Thursday, November 03, 2005

The Racist, Race-baiting Left

Although I am not a Republican, I never vote Democrat. A free-market, pro-life Catholic finds those liberal fields parched and dry. But I'm open to the possibility. Why will it most likely never happen? This is one of the reasons.

Maryland's Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele is running for the Senate. He is black. He is a Republican. So what is the response of the tolerant, intellectual crowd? Refutation of his positions? Engaging him on the issues? No. Racist insults and petty, childish tantrums which include throwing Oreo cookies at him when he tries to speak.

In addition to taunts of "Uncle Tom" and "Oreo," there's some Nixonian dirty tricks:

"Operatives for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) also obtained a copy of his credit report -- the only Republican candidate so targeted."


Mmm. How did the Party of Honesty obtain his credit report without his social security number? Answer: they didn't. You must have someone's SS# to get their credit report.

Can we now hear from Barby Boxer and Chucky Schumer about their concern for the privacy rights of Americans? How about a lecture on the pestiferous influence of illegality in the campaign process from those who still invoke Nixon's name as the anti-Christ?

No one from the "moderate" wing of the Democratic Party seems to have any views on this.

I'm often angry at Republicans. I dislike their willingness to betray their core principles, ignore those who put them in office, and their tendency to ape their liberal brothers on issues (like spending and border protection) where the differences should be obvious.

But the Democrats make me ill. Hateful, spiteful, lying, race-baiting, arrogant, anti-American, kleptomaniacs who truly view the Euro-socialist elites as superior in every way to their American counterparts.

How do they justify this campaign of vilefication against an African-American who chooses his own path?

"There is a difference between pointing out the obvious and calling someone names," said a campaign spokesman for Kweisi Mfume, a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate and former president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People."


Yes, there is a difference, but comrade Mfume is either too stupid or too dishonest to see it.

Like the Gay lobby, there is no compromise with these people. You defeat them or they will destroy you.

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