Republican Resigns After Racially Charged 'Daily Show' Interview

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  1. Zaac

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    This is what repeating talk radio, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Neal Boortz talking points and ideology will get you.

    It would be different if the guy had an original thought. But he starts talking about all these different people who will be affected and then refers to lazy Blacks.

    It's hilarious because in my years of listening to conservative talk radio, I've heard the same talking points so it's easy to tell who is influencing the culture.
     
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    http://www.mountainx.com/article/53...ism-of-his-controversial-Daily-Show-interview
     
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    That's the most moronic statement you've made on here yet, Zaac. Have you ever heard Hannity et al say those things? I'll answer for you: NO! You have not.

    Tired of your crap, trying to paint a broad brush of racism across conservatives when the facts deny your nonsense.
     
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    You answer for you because I've certainly heard it so go ahead and prove that I didn't hear it. Go ahead and prove that I don't hear the racial division being pushed by these giants of talk radio everyday under the guise of good ole Republican values. It's actually pretty disgusting. And then people start repeating it.

    :laugh: What facts? You mean the constant racial banter that comes out of Rush's mouth that more and more shows that he harbors some very stereotypical views about a group of people because of their skin color?

    You must not have listened to talk radio much. Talk radio is very much guilty of convincing a lot of its listeners that Black people are generally lazy, uneducated, and wrapped in a entitlement mentality.

    You can be as tired of my crap as you like. Ain't no need to get huffy about the truth.

    The shows are filled with undercover, bigoted statements that get repeated by the millions of listeners of these shows.

    And the funny thing is that everyone of them seems to think they are being original whereas anyone who has listened to the shows has heard the same talking points and the same thought processes being thrown out.

    It just finally bit someone in the butt.
     
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    When you can post a link to a video showing Hannity, Limbaugh, et al using the words this knucklehead in North Carolina used, I'll listen to your diatribe. Until then, you speak utter nonsense. Yes, the man's a bigot. He's an idiot. He's a throwback to the hatred of the 60s. Is in anyway indicative of what most people today feel? Despite your hopeless desire to say "Yes" to that question, you would be as wrong as plaid and stripes worn together. This is personal prejudice, which everyone has, including you. Including me. It cannot be legislated against. Asking for that to be outlawed is asking for thought control.

    Calling what I do, what Hannity does, what others do in attempting to make a case against the race industry constant red-flag-waving cries of "racism" makes you no better than the race industry's lead spokesmen constantly creating racial friction over nothing in order to keep lining their own pockets. You, Sharpton, and others of your ilk don't even know what racism is, because you've never experienced it. Prejudice? Yes, but we all have experienced prejudice. It isn't limited to opinions on skin color.

    Has it occurred to you that you aren't getting any benefit from their garbage whatsoever? You probably even send them your own money, which just makes them richer, you poorer, and nothing changed in this nation which is so far removed from its shameful race heritage of 50 years ago as to be unrecognizable to James Chaney, Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, or Martin Luther King, were they able to walk the streets today and see what their blood, sweat and tears have wrought. For you to compare what is called "racism" today in this nation dishonors those great men and women who worked hard to achieve what you have today, but utterly fail to appreciate, instead preferring to listen to the idiocy of charlatans not fit to untie the shoelaces of those I just named.
     
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    You're obviously confused that I asked you to listen to anything. I didn't send out a bat signal asking for your response.

    I repeated a story. Denying that talk radio hosts make racial comments that get repeated by their listeners doesn't change it from being fact.

    Like most of your comments, this has nothing to do with anything. Just your opportunity to pretend to know something.


    Quite laughable. You refuse to recognize the racial statements coming out of talk radio that get repeated by its listeners but then think you can use an old slight of hand GOP trick of calling on the how the "greats" of the civil rights movement would respond really is laughable. Save the dimestore tricks.

    The pantheons of the Civil Rights movement would feel the same way today about the bigotry as they did back then.

    Guess you need to watch the video again. Look for John Lewis, the one sitting in the picture with Martin Luther King, Jr. and hear what he thinks.

    You're hilarious.
     
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    Not to mention that Talk Radio has really gotten its GOP listeners schooled in how to make the same old stereotypical comments but dress it up with a new face.

    If there is too much drama associated with lazy, let's start with calling them unmotivated, or looking for a handout, or here is my new favorite---entitled or looking for entitlements---because it wraps all of the sentiments about being lazy , looking for a handout and unmotivated into one. :laugh:

    But Sean, Rush, Neal, Ann, Mark, Drudge or any of the other conservative media personalities would never do that. :laugh:
     
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    You won't want me to respond to your poorly thought-out defense of the race industry, don't post it.

    You saying they "make racial comments" doesn't constitute proof they do. You haven't been able to answer my challenge, posting links to a video or audio clip showing they have ever said anything like what your clown in North Carolina said.

    It has everything to do with this thread, and your opinions. You constantly mimic and defend the insane drivel of the race industry which does everything possible to foment racial tension so its leadership can line its pockets, and you help them by promoting their idiotic, lying agenda.

    Again, claiming such statements are made isn't proof. Post a link, then we can talk. Until then, you're just like Sharpton et al, spouting accusations with no truth or proof behind them. All they have to do is drop the word "racism" and the money comes pouring in from people who can't afford to give, while these jerks drive around in limos and live in mansions. Talk about inequality, there is where it really lies in American.

    Nothing tricky about it. Perhaps a good dose of the reality of the race industry from Thomas Sowell would help you.

    Or course they would. But there isn't the blatant bigotry against minorities today there was then. They'd be sorely pressed to find it. That's why the people in the race industry you admire have to go around turning over rocks, and grossly exaggerating the truth, in order to stay in business.

    He's just another race industry bigwig, getting his pockets lined by calling "not-racism" racism. He doesn't speak for MLK. He speaks for himself, and his bank account.

    Thanks. You're pathetic.
     
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    And there you are as confused as ever. I didn't say I didn't want you to respond. I said I didn't ASK for your response.

    You don't want to listen to my "diatribe" until I do what you insist. So let me say again. I didn't ask you to listen OR respond.

    Anger can affect people's reading comprehension.
     
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    You should leave that thing alone.
     
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    Same thing.

    Yes you did. By posting.

    Yes, you should really do something to control that. You're gonna pop a vein.
     
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    Do the following quotes meet your criteria:

     
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    Nope. The clown in North Carolina used unconscionable stereotypical racial language. Those don't. And you won't be able to find any that do. Not even a halfway decent try.
     
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    Media matters :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

    The most dishonest people on the web and thinkprogress is a close second
     
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    And I'll repeat, respond all you like. I didn't say don't respond, I said I didn't ask for it.

    And likewise to your contrary statement.

    Man, how many times do I have to tell you that you don't get to frame the conversation for me? :laugh: If you want a video or audio clip link, go find one.

    I'm just calling out what I see. The thoughts and comments made by the man in NC are the same and similar to the thoughts and comments that are bandied about by the GOP, people on this board, and the conservative media.

    Don't be mad because I pointed it out. It's simply a very , unChristlike attitude like your feelings about your President. Yet folks continue to try and justify the comments and the attitudes and dress them up as being unbigoted when really all you've done is attempted to just wrap it in another covering.

    I ain't said anything about racism. I said racial. They aren't the same. But there you go on your Sharpton kick again. Any minute now the other one who likes to cry race as much as he likes to scream about other folks doing it will make his appearance.

    I get a good dose from talk radio and this board every day.:smilewinkgrin:

    Blatant bigotry? See that's just hilarious because you just admitted that its there. But just like I said, y'all try to dress it up as something else that's not as "blatant". You are indeed hilarious.

    Why? Because he disproves the point you were trying to make about old Civil Rights leaders feeling the way YOU thought they would? :laugh:

    You're welcome. I love you too.
     
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    So saying that all blacks want food stamps and it was blacks fault that Detroit went bankrupt are not racial comments?


     
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    Only in your world.[​IMG]

    Again, only in your world.

    My veins are good.:thumbs:
     
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    Thank you CTB. There's videos, show transcripts, etc, that show all of them constantly doing the same thing.

    But apparently a certain person on this board thinks that because it's not as "blatant" as it used to be that people can't see it for what it is.

    And to then turn around and hear people repeating the same words VERBATIM that they have been using on these talk radio shows and in the so called conservative media outlets, and think that no one is gonna recognize where they are getting their talking points from is asinine.

    And to hear it coming out of the Body of Christ is even worse because most of the time I don't think people even know what they are saying. They just heard it on talk radio and they know that they are mad and someone just verbalized what they are thinking. So it gets repeated and repeated and repeated.

    So where there was once a stereotype of lazy, etc, it's now been replaced by they're "entitled".
     
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    And for the record once you look at the links given to falsely accuse repubs in this thread you will find that they do not say what it is being accused of.
     
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    First, I'm going to deal with your last citing first. It's laughable you would put that Ann Coulter send-up in the mix. You do realize, don't you, The Daily Currant -- note, that's spelled like the fruit, not the event, which is their first clue as to their absolute lack of seriousness -- is a satirical website on the level of The Onion? If not, you should have. What's even more hilarious is that "legitimate" liberal websites -- an oxymoron if ever there was one -- picked up the story as though it was true. That's how gullible you are, and every other liberal I've ever met, ditto. While the anti-Obama message might be something people would hear from Coulter, the rest is nothing else but parody. The Daily Currant is an online site whose "mission is to ridicule the timid ignorance which obstructs our progress, and promote intelligence -- which presses forward." The site launched in July of 2012 and is considered a competitor to another popular satirical publication, The Onion, which has also fooled mainstream publications with fake stories in the past. The editors of the site are not publicly known.

    Note: The headline on the first article was not said by Limbaugh, it was the erroneous synopsis of the website, which by it's very title is left-leaning and therefore unlikely to recognize it's own prejudice and error.

    Note: In the second, again, the website -- probably deliberately -- misrepresents what Limbaugh said. He didn't say blacks drove out whites, he said " ... Mayor Coleman Young who causes riots in 1967 in Detroit and Mayor Young caused a white flight to suburbia, and Detroit is left with nothing but liberal Democrats running it." That puts the blame for white flight on Young and subsequent Democratic leadership and their liberal policies.

    Note: In the third, Coulter's comments are grossly misrepresented, quoted out of context, and in fact don't even use Coulter's actual column, but uses the ultra-liberal Huffington Post's synopsis of it, which was completely misleading to begin with, and your website added to the subterfuge. Perhaps you'd like to read the actual column, and then point out to me where any of the crap that The Post or this lame website actually told the truth about it:

     
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