Liberalism’s Pervasive Racism

They just can’t stop gnawing that bone – from the Washington Post:

With House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) announcement Thursday of her three appointees to the bipartisan debt “supercommittee,” the panel’s 12-member roster is complete. It represents a broad range of ideological views, from House Republican Conference Chairman Jeb Hensarling (Tex.) on the right to Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) on the left.

But the group’s membership is marked by a problem that has plagued Congress — a lack of gender and racial diversity…

This just gets so tiresome – it doesn’t matter what a person’s sex or skin color is – all that matters is what they believe and what they do.  I wouldn’t care if the entire panel was made up of differently-abled trans-gendered persons of color…as long as they were patriots who had America’s best interests at heart.  The problem is not a lack of sex and skin color differences, but the fact that the liberal members of the panel – black, while, male and female – are rigid, left wing ideologues who only care about getting Obama and the rest of the Democrats re-elected.

This liberal racism just goes too far these days…everything is based upon skin color or sexual identity.  No one is allowed to broaden their mind and look at things from a different point of view.  We’re to have the “black view” or the “woman view” or the whatever view…no way that I, as a white man, can look with sympathy upon a black man, no way that he can do the same for me.

Utter rot – complete racist nonsense.  Way past time to end this sort of garbage.  America no longer has any place for people to play racial politics…and that is another thing we’re going to have to fight to end through the 2012 campaign.

76 thoughts on “Liberalism’s Pervasive Racism

  1. Sunny August 15, 2011 / 2:16 pm

    “The problem is not a lack of sex and skin color differences, but the fact that the liberal members of the panel – black, while, male and female – are rigid, left wing ideologues who only care about getting Obama and the rest of the Democrats re-elected.”

    Mark, just curious, what is the object of the right wing ideologues? Are these ideologues not as rigid? Exactly under what conditions with they agree to a compromise that will be in the best inderest of this country. Did I not hear Mitch McConnell make the statement that the number one goal of the GOP is to make sure that President Obama is a one term president? Or did I just dream that he made such a statement? I do not recall McConnell saying that the number one goal of the GOP was to make sure that the US stay strong economically. Not once.

    • js August 15, 2011 / 2:26 pm

      oh get real sunnystooge…the worst spenders in congress are appointed by the liberals…and they expect to get results…

      or do you have that tingly feeling runnin up yur leg…its probably shingles mind ya…but you can call it whatever you want…its not gonna keep obieOne outta jail in the end…

      • Sunny August 15, 2011 / 4:32 pm

        js, exactly what does this mean “the worst spenders in congress are appointed by the liberals…and they expect to get results…”? That statement makes absolutly no sense.

        What spenders and for what? What are the expected results?

    • Mark Edward Noonan August 15, 2011 / 8:12 pm


      We on our side run the whole realm of thinking except for hard left ideology…which is demonstrably false, and thus no wise person would subscribe to it. Think about this – I’m a Distrubutist and thus not in favor of the so-called capitalism of modern America, I’m in favor of amnesty for illegals long domiciled in the United States, in favor of gays in the military, opposed to gay marriage, against the death penalty, an abolitionist on abortion…this is not the set of views of an ideologue, and I partner with people who disagree with me on each and every one of those issues. The difference between the sides is not the difference between to rigidly opposed ideologies, but that a rigid ideology wishes to fasten itself upon our society, and all those who are in favor of the society are banding together. Once the left is utterly crushed, we’ll break up in to half a dozen different parties and battle it out…but we’ll hold to the central view of limited government and personal responsibility.

      The people selected by the GOP for the debt panel do represent a diverse set of views…the Democrats are all absolutists in defense of the liberal world view, not one of them will retreat an inch.

      • Sunny August 16, 2011 / 12:35 pm

        Mark, who compromised just a couple of weeks ago on the debt ceiling debate? Who compromised last December in increasing revenue? Your party has been the Party of No for a long, long time. Lets see who is willing to compromise with the super commission. What you are saying is blatenly false.

      • js August 16, 2011 / 2:37 pm

        such…sweeping assumptions…he sunnystooge…what spenders and for what…expecting what…who will compromise…

        you appear to be a brain dead plant…how much do they pay you to disrupt conservative topics in blogs like this…is it a government position…is that why you ply your double talking halfwittedness here…implying that you are a clueless bimbo needing a total and clear explanation of everything that…normal folks…take for granted…

  2. js August 15, 2011 / 2:23 pm

    there’s rotten fruit in that basket…nuttin good is comin down…you can be sure o’dat

  3. Cluster August 15, 2011 / 2:34 pm

    Exactly under what conditions with they agree to a compromise that will be in the best inderest of this country. – Sunny

    Sunny, why would we compromise with a party that has proven failed policies? Why would we compromise on a plan that will accomplish nothing? Because that is exactly what the democrats have offered.

    How about if you compromise with us? Let’s change the tax code to a flat tax, get rid of loop holes and cut spending back to 2008 levels. Deal?

    • Sunny August 15, 2011 / 3:47 pm

      Really Cluster? A party that proven failed policies? Really? Exactly what happened in 2008? And you accues the Democtars of having failed policies? That was a direct result of failed policies by the Republicans. The worst economic failures since the Great Depression.

      I would say that the Democrats have compromised with the Republicans many times. The problem is that the Republicans want to be obstructnists – even to the detriment of this country. They are more interested in winning the WH than working with their fellow congresspersons/senators across the aisle. That would be too disapointing to the Tea Party members to actually work with the other side to do what is right for the country.

      Flat tax and closing ALL loopholes – all for it. Cut spending back to 2008? Fine. We do have two wars to pay for that were started under Bush. How about we go back to the tax rates under Clinton? Would you compromise there? Seriously doubt it. Compromise will only come from one side of the aisle – the Democrats. The economy was thriving under Clinton. If that worked then and would work again, would you agree to returning to Clinton era tax rates? Lets see how willing you are to compromise.

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 3:50 pm

        How about we just go back to the tax rates we had in December of 1912. I would be all in favor of that.

      • Cluster August 15, 2011 / 4:31 pm

        Exactly what happened in 2008? – sunny

        This is 2011 sunny, and Obama stated that he had the plan to turn the economy around back in 2008, hence my failed policies comment. Secondly, the housing crisis was almost single handedly responsible for this economic disaster which we are currently in, and Bush warned Congress about the over capitalization of the GSE’s numerous times, only to met with ridicule from people like Barney Frank and Maxine Waters who told everyone that there was no problem.

        Lastly, the military is the primary responsibility of the federal government, and should never be compromised to grow the welfare state, and liberals desire.

      • Sunny August 15, 2011 / 4:45 pm

        Yes, clsuter, it is 2011 and the Republicans made such a hell of a mess under Bush that it is going to take years to get it cleaned up. That is how much they screwed up our economy – it could not be fixed in a year or two. So exactly what is your point?

        Obama has had obstructions Republicans at every turn. The Party of No will go down in the history books at the killers of the economy. And yet, the Republicans have this idea that they own the White House. The Republicans who do not know how to govern.

        The military may be the responsiblity of the US government but no where in the Constitution does it say that we are suppose to defend every pathetic country that does not know how to defend itself – including Israel. Nowhere does the Constitution say the US is to nation build. Only to defend our own. So, our military has grown to is way beyond what the founding fathers intended. And I have not seen the military suffer because of the “welfare state, and liberal desires” – whatever that means.

      • tiredoflibbs August 16, 2011 / 6:15 am

        Dreggs regurgitates: “The problem is that the Republicans want to be obstructnists – even to the detriment of this country.”

        Dreggs, the Senate has not passed a budget in 800 days, many of those budgets did not even get debated. Who is the obstructionist?

        Before a bill is even voted on in the House, the obAMATEUR is promising a veto and the Senate is promising to not even allow the bill on the floor. Who are the obstructionists?

        You do realize that the “Party of No” was first used against Democrats???

        Quit with your dumbed down talking points.

        BTW, we are now in three wars and obAMATEUR is in control of all of them and they are going nowhere. The economy thrived under Clinton because of the boom, that is over.

        The liberals will never NEVER allow spending to be cut back to Clinton era rates. They would have to give up baseline increases of 25% under obAMATEUR and whatever baseline increases under Bush. To them, they would not give up that much power. We saw it in the debt ceiling debate.

        Your naive and mindless regurgitations of “IT’S BUSH’S FAULT” and “IT’S THE GOP’S FAULT” and cherry-picking the few and next to non-existent liberal “successes” are getting tiresome.

      • tiredoflibbs August 16, 2011 / 6:19 am

        “Obama has had obstructions Republicans at every turn.”

        Uh, wrong Dreggs.

        The Republicans just recently won in the House. Before that, Democrats have held sufficient majorities in House and a filibuster proof majority in the Senate. The Republicans could do nothing to obstruct.

        At least check out actual FACTS before regurgitating dumbed down talking points carefully crafted for the useful idiot liberals of this country.


      • js August 16, 2011 / 2:42 pm

        what happened in 08…the DNC lied to america…obieOne assumd the office of POTUS fruadulently…members of congress ignored the constitution…and all 50 states failed to insure that the folks on thier ballots were qualified…accepting the lies of nancy pelosi instead of proof…of eligibility for obieOne…

        and what did we get…when the DNC presented a fraud for POTUS…the market crashed the housing bubble burst and…the national debt almost doubled….

        failed policies…REALLY…are you as ignorant as you appear to be…NO…dont answer…we already know…

    • Bodie August 15, 2011 / 4:45 pm

      “why would we compromise with a party that has proven failed policies?”

      I agree–the proven failed policies of Republicans shouldn’t be repeated.

      • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 5:15 pm

        boobie and scummy

        dumb and dumber DNC sock puppet – useful idiot twins.

      • Bodie August 15, 2011 / 5:59 pm

        So you think the proven failures of Republican policies should be repeated, neocon? Of course you do.

      • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 6:26 pm


        tell me about the GOP “failed policies”
        lower taxes?
        flat fair tax?
        ALL pay taxes?
        balance the budget?
        cut spending?
        failed is right….failed to get through the donk controlled senate and the commie POS.

      • Bodie August 16, 2011 / 1:12 pm

        Start with what Bush did to the economy. See if you can figure it out. I’d bet a large sum of money that you can’t, though. After all, your presence here is the only thing that allows tiredoflibbs to legitimately claim that he isn’t the dumbest person on the blog, and that’s really saying something.

        By the way, ALL do pay taxes. If you’re going to mouth stupidity, could you at least try to not have it be a brazen lie?

      • js August 16, 2011 / 2:47 pm

        compromise is a strange critter…when the fox is in the chicken coop…no need to compromise…we saw that…when they passed obummbercare…in the middle of the night…and we still havent found any elected official outside of the small group of radical pelosi sucking stooges that even had a clue what they voted on…

        but try to understand…compromise…in the contest spoken of on this blog…is about taking the right thing…that government should do EVERY DAY…instead of whats been going on behind closed doors….compromise is…not doing the right thing…compromise…is setting americans up for an even bigger problem…down the road…

        so…compromise…as in working together to do the right thing…is not compromise at all…when the right thing is tossed under the buss so that it appears bipartisian…

        an ingenious lie, in other words…is what you call…compromise…how to screw free america and take another step toward socialism

  4. bardolf August 15, 2011 / 3:55 pm

    The super-committee is unconstitutional. Nancy should be glad it’s white males who are making a mockery of the intended checks and balances.

    • Cluster August 15, 2011 / 4:32 pm

      Wasn’t it Obama who encouraged the super committee?

      • bardolf August 15, 2011 / 6:25 pm

        maybe, you goopers like everything Obama encourages or just the unconstitutional stuff?

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 6:55 pm

        Bardolf. Goopers?? LOLOL I am going to steal that line and remind everyone that the three stooges,(boener,cantor,mcconnell) agreed to the supercommittee.

      • bardolf August 15, 2011 / 7:00 pm


        Look up gooper on the urban dictionary.

      • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 7:36 pm

        Gooper 2 up, 1 down

        A combination of “good” and “super”. Used to say something is really awesome.
        Justin: That movie was gooper.

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 7:40 pm

        Bardolf. Please do not ever refer me to anything like the urban dictionary ever again. The 1st definition was ok and even got a small laugh from me. But me being me I had to keep reading the other definitions.

        Which are crimes against humanity on par with Neo’s pic links. The court will now begin indictment proceedings. 😛

      • bardolf August 15, 2011 / 10:03 pm


        Once Mark referred to money mcbags at

        Mark warned the site was NSFW. I’ve got 3 older brothers so it’s hard to shock me (disgusted like Neo’s pics yes). The guy had a link to an urban dictionary term which WINS hands down the crimes against humanity award.

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 10:20 pm

        Bardolf. I am not even tempted to check your link out. You are no longer to be trusted in that catagory. I will stick with the cheezeburger site. 🙂

        BTW if anyone knows of where I can find some information about the 2012 Iowa caucusus. I want to find if there is a certain date for a candidate to declare for the caucus or not. So far all I have been able to find is “we’re first!!!! we’re first!!!!” yada yada. Any help would be appreiciated.

    • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 4:34 pm

      Ok lets put some of the donks brightest light bulbs on the committee

      shiela jackson lee, je$$e jackass, al sharpstone, charlie wrangle, maxine waters

      Oh yeah a stellar list of financial geniuses.

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 5:07 pm

        Oh Yeah!!?? At least they have the proper pigmentation and internal plumbing!! So there!!!

      • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 5:13 pm


        yeah how silly of me.
        has Guam overturned yet?
        or men on mars?

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 5:27 pm

        No, not yet. But me this but though. I heard some guy named johnson spotted bigboy on the radar again. This time over area 51a. Just for you folks that are not in the know or on Koch Brothers mailing list. Area 51a is right next to Area 51. It is where the Bildebergers, Tri-Lateral Commission, and The Fee Masons hold thier super-sekrit summer picnic. Some even say (GASP) that The Skull and Bones Society participate. So far Pat Buchannon and Ron Paul have not confirmed this rumor.

  5. Cluster August 15, 2011 / 5:22 pm

    Obama has had obstructions Republicans at every turn. – Sunny

    Yet the democrats controlled all three branches for two years under Obama with filibuster proof majorities, and in fact have controlled two of three branches since 2007. Are liberals permanently stuck on stupid???

    It might surprise you to know that I definitely blame conservatives for our economic mess. Only because we can never expect emotionally unstable liberals, like yourself, to be good stewards of this country. It would be like expecting a child to do well in accelerated calculus – it’s just not going to happen. So take heart, you did the best you could with the limited faculties you have, and conservatives will take the helm again, and this time hopefully do it right.

    • casper August 15, 2011 / 5:50 pm

      “Yet the democrats controlled all three branches for two years under Obama with filibuster proof majorities”

      The Democrats haven’t have a filibuster proof majority in the Senate since Obama has been in office. In fact hundreds of bills passed by the House died in the Senate between 2009 and 2011.

      • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 5:54 pm

        like 0 bammy care rammed through at midnight Christmas eve?

        Riiiiight, I have some real estate to sell you here in Fla catspuke.
        Proof and links to these “hundreds” of bills.

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 6:10 pm

        Technically Casper is correct. However if you want to argue semantics it is incorrect. Sanders and Lieberman are/were Independents that caucus with the donkrats?

        You arguing semantics here Casper?

      • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 6:12 pm

        More Teen Violence: Shooting at K.C. Plaza Injures 3 While Mayor Ducks for Cover

        Shots ripped across a crowded plaza in Kansas City on Saturday night, striking three teenagers and forcing a nearby city Mayor Sly Jones to hit the deck for cover with his bodyguards.

      • casper August 15, 2011 / 6:16 pm

        “Technically Casper is correct. However if you want to argue semantics it is incorrect. Sanders and Lieberman are/were Independents that caucus with the donkrats?

        You arguing semantics here Casper?”

        No, I arguing facts. With Sanders and Liberman, Democrats controlled 59 seats. A filibuster proof majority would require 60 seats.

      • Cluster August 15, 2011 / 6:17 pm

        Casper, that just proves that democrats could not agree with each other. They had a 59-41 majority, with Lieberman in the wings. You might want to blame other democrats instead of the republicans. Just saying

      • Cluster August 15, 2011 / 6:20 pm

        With Sanders and Liberman, Democrats controlled 59 seats.

        And yet they couldn’t peal off one republican – not Snowe, or Collins. I would say that was because of weak policy, not evil republicans

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 6:23 pm

        Dear Casper,

        When the 111th Congress was sworn in the donkrats had 60, I say again 60!!!! Votes in the Senate. It was not until the special election in taxxachussettes that brought rino scott brown into office that that the donks lost that 60th vote.

        Please tell me you do not teach history.

        Yours truly

        Green Mountain Boy.

      • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 6:30 pm


        reading comprehension and knowledge are not one of the boys strong points.
        circular irrelevant arguments are.

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 6:44 pm

        Again I must apologize. Casper is again Technicaly correct. When the congress was sworn in on Jan 12, 2009, Votes in my trunk Al Franken was not among them. The senate waited until his court challenge was over the swore him in.

    • Sunny August 16, 2011 / 12:43 pm

      Cluster, how well did the GOP do in fixing the economic mess for six (6) years under GW Bush with control of the WH, House of Representatives and the Senate? Were they “good stewards” of this country. If so, please explain in detail. Thank you.

    • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 6:36 pm

      Detroit 187: 16 Shot, 7 Dead in Motor City Within 24 Hours

      • Majordomo Pain August 17, 2011 / 10:37 am


        What is your point?

      • neocon1 August 17, 2011 / 6:00 pm

        majordope pain

        What is your point?

        Liberalism’s Pervasive Racism
        uummmm the TOPIC ?

  6. casper August 15, 2011 / 6:42 pm

    Please provide a source showing that the Democrats 60 votes in the Senate during the 111th congress. I’ve provide sources showing they didn’t.

  7. casper August 15, 2011 / 6:55 pm

    I do,

    “In the Senate, an incoming group of 34 took the oath of office from outgoing vice president Dick Cheney. These included five new Democratic senators who replaced or defeated Republicans, giving the Democrats a 55 to 41 majority, with two independents who vote with the Democrats, and two vacancies, both likely to be filled by Democrats. That would give the Democrats an effective 59-41 majority.”

    Your article proves My point. They never had 60 votes.

    • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 6:56 pm

      See my reply above Casper about frankenberry.

      • Cluster August 15, 2011 / 7:07 pm


        Wouldn’t you think that good, sound policy could fly through the senate with a 59 majority?

      • casper August 15, 2011 / 7:40 pm

        Cluster and GMB,
        We were all wrong to a point. The Democrats did have a 60 vote majority from April 28th, 2009 until Feb 4th, 2010 with the party change of Arlen Specter. On Feb. 4th Brown became a senator. There was also a period from Aug. 25 until Sept. 24th 2009 after Kennedy passed away that MA wasn’t represented. So, in total, the Democrats have a filibuster proof Senate for about 8 months. Not quite the two years that cluster claimed.

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 7:47 pm

        Casper, i was working on memory mostly. I keep remembering all this hubaloo about sctt brown being the 41st vote.Does anyone else remeber that during the health care debate?

        And I completely forgot all about spectre jumping parties.

    • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 7:32 pm

      I will concede on this on this. I just cant find that elusive 60th vote. Maybe he/she/it is at area 51a? I hate to admit I am wrong. But I am.

      Now excuse me while I format my c drive scrub any evidence that I was here an retreat to my bomb shelter before the GMG sees this post. 🙂

      • neocon1 August 15, 2011 / 7:40 pm


        I hate to admit I am wrong. But I am.

        Damn you……….fat bwany fwank pic to follow as your punishment…:)

      • Green Mountain Boy August 15, 2011 / 7:49 pm

        Well 8 out of 24. One third. Now the GMG will say I am only two thirds wrong. It is improvement at least. 😦

      • casper August 15, 2011 / 7:52 pm

        I was also working from memory, but I also know that sometimes I forget things. I found the answer when I looked up the Affordable Health Care for America Act and who voted for it.

  8. casper August 15, 2011 / 7:55 pm

    We have to remember that there are no constants in politics. While the 112th Senate has stayed fairly stable the has had several changes this year. It’s hard to keep up with all of them.

    • neocon1 August 16, 2011 / 2:42 am

      this is constant

  9. theshadowiswatching August 16, 2011 / 3:12 pm

    The Shadow is back, and not happy at being dragged from hammock, beach and mai-tais to deal with moderation duties on the blog.

    So we will offer a reminder of what is not allowed:

    “ists” and “isms” That includes but is not limited to racist/racism, sexist/sexism, ageist/ageism, etc. This means not calling other people racists, too, Sunny. Get a new line. It includes uses of the word “ghetto” and no, neo, we will not accept or tolerate any lame references to Polish ghettos, etc.

    References to genitalia. Neo, pay close attention here. When moderation slipped, you immediately started in on smutty talk. You know better.

    F-bombs in any form, including initials. Grow up.

    Wandering too far afield from the thread. A little side trip is OK now and then but do try to address the issue at hand. This is not a blog for people who just want to hurl insults and personal attacks. At some point repeated posts which depend on personal attacks will simply disappear.

    This is not the full moderator list of do’s and don’t but it is a reminder.

    • neocon1 August 16, 2011 / 5:30 pm

      glad to see you back Ama.

      • neocon1 August 16, 2011 / 5:34 pm

        Neo, it is expected that you will try to play games. Don’t. //Moderator

      • neocon1 August 16, 2011 / 5:37 pm

        so mentioning Anthony W#@$#ER the ex congressman from new york is also banned…..hope he gets the memo.

        OK ….. 🙂

  10. Jeremiah August 16, 2011 / 4:41 pm

    If you’re not racist, Liberal Democrats will do their best to make you into a racist.

    • neocon1 August 16, 2011 / 5:55 pm

      A judgment call. Do not play games. You know that the accusation of “racism” is a favorite insult and as such it will not be tolerated. You can certainly discuss racism, as a topic, and its use as a political tool. //Moderator

      • Green Mountain Boy August 16, 2011 / 6:41 pm

        I would like to see “tommiegasbag” added to the list of forbiden words also. I want to see Neo twist himself into a human pretzel trying to rearange that one 🙂

      • neocon1 August 16, 2011 / 7:19 pm

        am I being challenged ????

      • Green Mountain Boy August 16, 2011 / 7:26 pm

        LOL Yes!!!! 🙂 🙂

      • neocon1 August 16, 2011 / 7:50 pm


        take a chill pill
        I was being sarcastic and joking.

      • neocon1 August 17, 2011 / 5:00 pm

        aye aye maam sir..

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