Quite a cheek for a poof:
Anyone who doubts that the liberal media goes out of its way to create and exacerbate racial tension must have missed this clip of CNN’s repugnant Don Lemon asking Herman Cain if he really thinks any white people will vote for him:
Live from the Iowa State Fair, CNN’s Don Lemon asked Republican presidential nominee Herman Cain if he could win the Iowa vote for the Republican nomination and for president, given that Cain belongs to a “mostly-white party” and is campaigning in a “mostly-white state.”
This after Hussein Obama was elected president with few if anyÂ qualifications other than his skin color. No matterÂ what we do, we will always be racists according to the liberal media. Bullies will never abandon a weapon so long as they can use it to bend others to their will. (Moonbattery)
“Racist White Bloc”
“Just two old white guys”
When it comes to gratuitous references to race, it doesn’t get more gratuitous than this.Â James “Holmy” Holm works as a producer for Ed Schultz on his radio and MSNBC shows.Â
‘Race hate’ gang in Temple Bar orgy of violence
A (black) Â MOB went on a wave of random race violence on Temple Bar, which left five Dubliners with horrific injuries.
One man — a Dublin DJ — was almost killed in the attack as he suffered serious head injuries when he was set upon by the gang.Â The level of violence has shocked gardai and the many witnesses to the race hate orgy — believed to be the first of its kind in the city.
One member of the African gang was arrested today in pre-dawn raids by detectives across the capital.Â Five Dubliners, all aged in their 20s, were left with horrific injuries in the October 2010 attacks, which have only come to light now. Â (source thanks to Vlad Tepes)
Like a broken record:
Black on white racism is cool:
So making the rich poor is the solution… Â to what?
Almost 70 percent of black children are born to single mothers.Â Those mothers are far more likely than married mothers to be poor…
No jobs, no real culture of work:
The delegitimising by academics of the institutions and the very soul of the nation, and the excusing of individual failure and irresponsibility:
Most social scientists, according to this sociologist at the University of Florida (White Racism, etc.) and president of the American Sociological Association, see racism “as something tacked on to an otherwise healthy American society.” ButÂ Feagin contends that the system embeds racism at the core, from the Constitution to the legacy of slavery and segregation in retarding black economic advancement.