Friday, June 13, 2008
You can't have your hate and eat it too.
The other day I was driving behind this guy pulling a U-Haul or something similar and he had an odd sign attached to the back of the trailer.

There was a large picture of Barack Obama dressed as Osama Bin Laden. I'm sure the thinking behind that was "Hey, those names sure do sound alike, and anyone who disagrees with me on any issue is obviously as evil as the man who planned the 9/11 attacks." In other words, standard political discourse.

However, under the picture was written in bold letters 21st Century Uncle Tom.

Which one is it, piece of filth whom I wish death upon? "Uncle Tom" is defined as "a black person who is regarded as being humiliatingly subservient or deferential to white people." While mass murdering terrorist Osama Bin Laden has many faults, I don't think a subservient attitude toward white people is one of them, do you?

So, fucking moron I'd like to see slowly fed through a wood chipper, is Barack Obama a terrorist hell-bent on ending Western culture (which is defined and controlled mostly by white people) or is he a sycophantic toady willing to debase himself to the white power structure? Before you die of syphilis and are buried ass-up in Al Capone's grave, make up your fucking mind.


15 Comments:

Blogger lostinutah said...

Holy cow, what an asshat that person is and how angry and bitter he must be.

Blogger John said...

Can I stab him in the eye? You can choose which eye. PICK ME PICK ME!!!

Blogger flounder said...

It would have been even better if the picture had him wearing this on his shirt. Then he would have completed the circle of hate.

Blogger Steph said...

Why didn't you shoot him? You all own guns over there don't you?

Blogger Ćœbermilf said...

Here's the thing: if someone wants to oppose Obama because he lacks experience or doesn't present a clear platform or even because they think he's going to raise taxes, that's fine.

But this thoughtless nonsense, on both sides, has got to stop.

Blogger yournamehere said...

lostinutah,
but I hear he's a good dancer.

john,
right eye, please. He would probably refuse to look out of that commie left eye of his.

flounder,
is all black power about hating white people? Did the one black guy who lives in your town tell you that?

steph,
ha! As an Australian, you lumped all of the hippie, tree-hugging states in with my backwoods, gun-totting state. Serves 'em right.

ubie,
I'd like permission to continue the toughtless nonsense from the left's perspective, at least until I post my fake interview with the guy who worked with John McCain at the dirt factory.

Blogger Melliferous Pants said...

I think it's time you admit that you moved back to Louisville for the plentiful blogging material (douchebags). Though, come to think of it, there's no shortage of douchebags anywhere.

Blogger Tits McGee said...

Sweet baby Jesus.

Flounder, WHAT THE FUCK?! The Black Power movement was about taking pride in one's own heritage and claiming ownership of one's own success rather than relying on the dominant culture for assistance (a notion that I would have thought a conservative like you could get behind). Black Power wasn't about hating white folks, it was about celebrating and empowering black folks.

Unfortunately for you, they hide that information in books.

Blogger Scarlet Hip said...

I came here for the cake. I misread the title.

Blogger flounder said...

OK, so white power is about hate, but black power isn't?

That sounds kinda racist.

Racism: the prejudice that members of one race are intrinsically superior to members of other races.

If anything, the Black Power movement did more to hurt race relations in this country than to help it.

Blogger Jo said...

Don't be so silly, Flounder. Next thing you'll be saying is that it's sexist for women to demean men.

Blogger jesse said...

Depends on which way you look at it. Ever heard of two famous historical men known as Malcolm X, and MLk? Didn't think so. Malcolm X preffered black power which felt was translated into "with any means necessary". Violence was considered necessary in some people's eyes, and not in others. For those, there was MLK. MLK stood for tolerance and anti-ignorance. He believed that the only way that things would get resolved, is with peace. Unfortunately, both were assasinated, but their hopes were fulfilled ending segragation and earning civil rights. Was one more correct then the other? No. It's just one way of looking at it. But, hate is a strong word flouder, and I don't think the black power symbol stands for anything more evil and supremacist than say, the nazi symbol. I'm only 13, so what I say is probably not of significance. Give him a break guys, he's a conservative.

Blogger lostinutah said...

I believe Malcolm X, too, by the time he died believed in a peaceful solution to a really horrible, truly shameful problem.

I can't say I understand the "black" point of view...because I'm a white woman who was 2 when MLK died. But I do appreciate the fact that there was reason for anger in the black community. Damn rights there was.

Blogger John said...

Doesn't really matter much longer either way. The Hispanics are taking over, Gringos. Better learn some Spanish, white devils.

If I didn't know any better, I would say that was a Moveon.org sign you saw. Seems like something from the same pieces of garbage that publically portrayed our President as a Nazi and General Petraeus as a traitor. Where was the outrage from liberals when that crap came out? Nowhere to be found. That sign of Obama was disgraceful. Period. However, the left's selective outrage on these matters make me sick.

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