Which is more racist? — Part 2

In the previous post I noted how a Mom was suing a pro-life group for using daughter’s photo in “racist, defamatory” NYC billboard.  That, along with a comment on a friend’s Facebook page accusing Tea Partiers of racism got me thinking about which party is most racist.

I see two indisputable facts at play:

1. The Democratic Party is the Abortion Party.  They recently gave up $40B of budget cuts to save less than $0.5B of money for Planned Parenthood.  Meditate on that: Democratic politicians and false teachers* thought it was eighty times more important to keep funding Planned Parenthood than they did to (allegedly) help the poor.  And I assume my loyal readers aren’t foolish enough to buy the “but the money went to non-abortion services” line. Money is fungible, folks.  And even so, are PP’s non-abortion services eighty times more powerful than the rest of what was getting cut?

This was reminiscent of how the same leaders were willing to sacrifice the entire Obamacare Bill rather than have an allegedly redundant Stupak Amendment added to it.

Man, they really love abortion.

2. Abortionists target the black community and their rate is three times that of whites.

Compare this to the “evidence” against the Republican fringe who wanted to see Obama’s birth certificate** and how some folks viewed that as a sure sign of racism.

Please remember these sound bites: The Democrats and theologically liberal “Christians” do dramatic fasts and moan about wanting to help the poor, but they gave up eighty times the money to keep Planned Parenthood fully operational.  They risked the entire health care bill rather than add an allegedly redundant amendment banning taxpayer-funded abortions.  They are the Abortion Party.  And those abortions kill blacks at a rate three times that of whites.

Never let them play the race card without mentioning these things.

*False teachers include people like Jim “the Gospel is all about wealth redistribution” Wallis and race-baiting Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie

** BTW, if the WordPress search engine can be trusted, this is the first time I’ve mentioned his birth certificate on this blog.  Whatever the motives of the “birthers,” it wasn’t necessarily driven by race.  Oh, and guess who started the birther meme?  Democrats.

25 thoughts on “Which is more racist? — Part 2”

  1. Well, I never said that there was no White Supremacist element to the LEFT, and I am not an apologist for the left, and the ONLY PARTY I have ever been affiliated with is the GOP, that being said, the GOP has allowed the birthers to dominate their landscape and I can have nothing to do with them until that changes.

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    1. This is simply not true. Birthers, a derogatory name created and propagated by the leftist media to make all GOP members look like nuts. The “birther” mentality is the mentality of most rank and file GOP members only if you get your information from the same people who refer to the tea party as tea baggers as they accuse them of all sorts of evils.

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      1. What you stated makes it WORSE, if rank and file GOP members were actually concerned about President Obama’s birth certificate, it is WORSE Than I thought!

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  2. Also, it is the Demokratic Party which promotes the failed welfare system which adversely affects blacks, leading to the mass exodus of black fathers from the home, and keeping the black families in perpetual need of government assistance. It’s just a different form of slavery.

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      1. There is part of the problem. There is no such place as “Africa America.” Therefore there are no such people as “African Americans,” and those who use that term, in my opinion, are racists. They want to be separate from America. And there are many darker-complected people who have no ancestry in Africa. And those who do are almost 200 years removed!! I don’t call myself an “Anglo-American,” or “German-American” etc. Those who want to balkanize the nation are the racists.

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      2. To enslave whites would be in the best interest of blacks. Is that what you are arguing for? I agree with Glen here. When, from the outset, the real question is: what is best for my group, as opposed to, what is best for America, then hatred between the groups naturally ensues. Your same argument can be made from any group, including whites. “Neither party is doing what is best for ___________.” Then the red herrings of derogatory names like racist, bigot, homophobe, sexist, xenophobe, and whatever other group that can find footing in the mountain of PC, could be cast into the arguments of those who disagree while America washes over the falls of red ink and blood of infants.

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  3. Glen:

    See, your white supremacist worldview is showing. Did you people have a problem with “Irish” Americans? Italian Americans? Nope. Soon as WE identify with Africa (because our ancestors were kidnapped and we can’t pinpoint exactly which nation in Africa they came from) YOU folks have a problem. YOU don’t get to classify
    me. The names given to US, I and many of us REJECT: Colored, Negro, etc., I am an AFRICAN American. If that bothers you, I really don’t give a damn.

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    1. Now how am I racist because I don’t think ANYONE should be a hyphenated American, at least not past the first generation. If you came over here, then you can say you are a something-American, but if it was your parents or grandparents, etc then you were born here!

      It was Africans who kidnapped your ancestors and sold them.

      We are all “colored” – just different colors. Negro is Latin for black. If we’re going to use “black” use English. You AREN’T an “African American.” You are a dark-skinned American. That isn’t racist. We are all Americans without hyphens.

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    2. Labels are tricky. I generally defer to what people preferred to be called.

      But one of my dearest friends is black, and she prefers to be called black (friendly tip: Don’t mention Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton around her).

      Some might refer to my closest friend at work as African-American, but he is from Jamaica.

      A close friend in my weekly accountability group is literally African-American (born in Africa and living here permanently), but he is white.

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      1. Neil:

        I accept Black, I am an African American. My ancestry, primarily is from West and North Eastern Africa. If some like Black, that’s their business, people acting like I am racist because I prefer “African American” and intellectually fraudulent in my opinion.

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      2. Why not try being just an American if you want to be an American. You are not personally from Africa, nor are your parents. You are as American as I am. That’s my point. And the majority of the people I have met who call themselves “African-American” do so to separate themselves out as a separate people, and use that moniker as part of their victim card.

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  4. Glen:

    Seriously, WHITE people practice segregation, discrimination all systematic against Blacks since slavery all the way up till about 40 years ago, and you have the audacity to say I am racist because I am African American? Unbelievable….

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    1. In the 59 years of my life I have seen more racist attitudes from blacks than ever from “whites.” I see perpetual victim-hood from darker-skinned Americans based on what happened decades ago. No one alive is responsible for slavery. There should be no “Affirmative Action” for anyone – it should all be based on merit, not skin color or gender. No special government rules or programs should ever be based on skin color or gender.

      I believe in only one race – the human race – because that’s how God made us. I am not racist, but I am also not politically-correct.

      And I also despise the term “Native American” – anyone born in the USA is a native American.

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    2. Just from a logic standpoint I don’t see how what other people did years ago — as ghastly as the actions were — has anything to do with whether your views would be racist today. That isn’t to say you are racist, just that I don’t make the connection in your statement.

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      1. How sad it is when the answer to every problem is those evil whites, or blacks for that matter. I can’t reasonably live my life like that. The fact that black people, and white, and whatever else you want to come up with to sign up for victim status, are all sinners and capable of incredible evil, regardless of their skin color, seems lost on true racists. Being black evidently means never having to take responsibility for poor decisions. I’ve made some horrible decisions in my life, and have been subjected to significant injustices, what a difference it makes when the roosters of those decisions came home to roost that my knee jerk reaction was not simply to blame whitey. Larry Elder, an Uncle Tom I’m sure, in his book “The Ten Things You Can’t Say In America” wrote of taking a test for a job as a young man. He was told by one of the “brothers” ahead of time that he would be weeded out because of his skin color. After passing the test he was standing outside. The “brother” who failed the test walked out and simply said dejectedly “I told you”. This is a tragedy, that any group has been so successfully programed to simply blame whitey when he fails, as if whitey has never fail a thing in his life and everything is always just honky dory, a veritable dreamland on the backs of blacks. Yes, a tragedy in deed. That D. J., and obviously intelligent man, cannot see the racism dripping from his comments, is another tragedy, a tragedy of the highest order that no amount of wealth transfer, no amount of “social programs” or “social justice” is ever in a million years going to be able to overcome.

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      2. Spoken like the TRUTH it is, only an willfully ignorant intellectually fraudulent individual would posit that this nation was NOT started by Western Europeans who thought everyone else was an inferior and legislated and ruled as such, read a history book….

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      3. For arguments sake, lets say you’re right DJ. You see, the problem is, even if your view of history is dead on, those events are written in stone and nothing can ever overcome that fact. You will never lack for a reason, with that in mind, to hate. Those are the simple realities of history. You have your narrative, and the one thing that you, and all those like you who feed their hatred and bitterness off the sins of men long dead, fear the loss of that narrative above all else.

        You, sir, are clearly a racist. But don’t feel alone. So are many other sinful men of every imaginable skin color and national origin, and even historic period; and even though you are too blinded by your hatred to see it, you’re no different than those at which you so self-righteously point your finger.

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  5. Dan:

    I don’t recall asking for a “wealth transfer” or “social program”. I recall saying that I am an AFRICAN AMERICAN, an American who has a proud ancestry from AFRICA and if that makes White People uncomfortable, I don’t rightfully care.

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  6. Dan:

    I take responsibilty for my own choices, I know quite a bit of African Americans who do, NOT TAKING RESPONSIBILITY for your own choices is not a “Black” problem, it is an AMERICAN PROBLEM (as I know quite a few White people and Black people who blame someone other than themselves for their situation: i.e. immigrants, blacks, whites or whomever they can blame this week).

    That does not change the actuality of the sociological preset of White Supremacy in THIS country. It is changing, but it still exist. I don’t expect Whites to do much about it, I expect Blacks to stop buying into that crap and move on, but it must be an actuality that we recognize
    in order toe move from it.

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  7. Dan:

    I take responsibilty for my own choices, I know quite a bit of African Americans who do, NOT TAKING RESPONSIBILITY for your own choices is not a “Black” problem, it is an AMERICAN PROBLEM (as I know quite a few White people and Black people who blame someone other than themselves for their situation: i.e. immigrants, blacks, whites or whomever they can blame this week).

    That does not change the actuality of the sociological preset of White Supremacy in THIS country. It is changing, but it still exist. I don’t expect Whites to do much about it, I expect Blacks to stop buying into that crap and move on, but it must be an actuality that we recognize in order to move from it.

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