Racism Enthusiast Charles Johnson still lookin’

This cracks me up.  Ol’ Chaz Johnson now thinks that people who make fun of Michelle Obama’s gaffe are … racist!

At a tea party in South Carolina over the weekend, former GOP presidential candidate Tom Tancredo said about President Obama: “If his wife says Kenya is his homeland, why don’t we just send him back?

Absolutely unbelievable. This kind of unabashedly racist rhetoric has become completely open on the right wing: “Send ‘em back to Africa!” – source

It’s sad that he desire to find racism trumps any ability to understand context.  Maybe someone should buy him an Abba Zaba.  I imagine he’d giggle like a little schoolgirl.

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What’s the Hot Trend in Neo-Nazi Flags?

According to racism enthusiast, Charles Johnson…  the state flag of Tennessee!

Guilt by Association at Little Green Footballs, part 5725

Racism enthusiast Charles Johnson gets his panties in a bunch over someone posting the text of the poem ‘Invictus‘ on Michelle Malkin’s website.  ‘Invictus’ gives it’s name to the recent  Oscar-associated film of the same name.  Oh and  the Class Motto of the United States Naval Academy, Class of 2010.

But… it seems that Timothy McVeigh liked the poem too.  So, it’s… like evil and bad and stuff.

Watta maroon…

No wonder Peter Beinart falls back on Racism

It doesn’t like he’s all that bright.  If you can’t make a reasonable argument, you can at lease call the other side “racist”.  As an example of his non-brightness, here’s some selections  his latest from the Daily Beast (“The GOP argues it would be undemocratic for Democrats to pass health-care reform using reconciliation. But, Peter Beinart argues, that’s how our republic works. “).

First, notice how he doesn’t give an example of any Republican saying that “reconciliation” is “undemocratic” per se.  (Granted some Democrats did make that claim back in the Bush era, maybe that’s what he’s thinking of…)   The “undemocratic” part comes in when the President and his congressional cronies try to ram through a bill that at most 30% of the American people would want.  If you ignore the vast majority of the people (the demos) … yeah, that’s undemocratic.

Eventually, Beinart manages to acknowledge that the polls are against Obamacare … but, claims that is poll “describe”  Obamacare people just loooove it.  (No references, so one can only assume he’s talking about polls that show that you can get a majority for some parts of the various Democrat bills.  Given the complexity of these bills, it’s doubtful that a poll could involve anything like a fair description of it.)

Here’s some more :

Senate Republicans are employing the filibuster more than any Congress in history. (In the 19th Century, the Senate witnessed about one filibuster per decade.

Beinhart is comparing apples and oranges.  Filibusters are rare; that’s because it’s a filibuster if it succeeds.  Where were all these successful filibusters in 2009/2010?  No where.  Oops.

More later, maybe.  Must get sleep.

Retracto, the Correction Alpaca!?!

Apparently, he’s a Senior Fellow at Breitbart.com, in charge of fact-checking and asking for retractions.   Apparently, he(?)’s looking into famous race-card playing white boy, Max Blumenthal.  (Max Blumenthal, is doubling down on his cries of “racism”, it seems.

Andrew Breitbart administers smackdown to Max Blumenthal

To quote Emeril Lagasse  : “Bam!

New tag – “white people playing the race card”

First to be tagged…

Kate Zernike

Kate Zernike

“White Like Me”

Herr Olbermann’s tries to play race card, fails.

Update: an article on the subject… also, added a new tag.