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SC state senator refers to candidate as 'raghead'

There are 1184 comments on the WTHR-TV Indianapolis story from Jun 4, 2010, titled SC state senator refers to candidate as 'raghead'. In it, WTHR-TV Indianapolis reports that:

A South Carolina lawmaker on Thursday called a Republican gubernatorial candidate of Indian descent a "raghead," saying we have one in the White House, we don't need one in the governor's mansion.

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muhummadisdog

Charleston, SC

#909 Oct 11, 2011
Im voting for him i hate them smelly arabs
regular person

Myrtle Beach, SC

#910 Oct 12, 2011
towel toetin camel kickin sand sweepers!
bonniewheeler

Bowman, SC

#911 Oct 13, 2011
Taking care of Enron- Enron was around during the nineties and Bush and Cheney did not take the tazpayers money and put into it. If they put their money into it, it was their money to do with what they wished. Obama put our money into SOLYNDA
Mr Bull Dozier

Irmo, SC

#913 Oct 13, 2011
bonniewheeler wrote:
Taking care of Enron- Enron was around during the nineties and Bush and Cheney did not take the tazpayers money and put into it. If they put their money into it, it was their money to do with what they wished. Obama put our money into SOLYNDA
The money that you said President Obama put into Solynda is not even close to the cost of the war Bush started. The Solynda deal was a one time mistake while Bush's war is still counting up the human and financial cost.
Its obamas Fault

West Columbia, SC

#914 Oct 14, 2011
Then why hasn't obama ended the war?

You can rail against bush all you want but the truth is that three years into obama's administration not only is the war is still going on but obama has sent more troops and increased the spending for it.

So obama is no better than bush.
Pepper

Huntsville, AL

#915 Oct 14, 2011
Beersteiner wrote:
"A South Carolina lawmaker on Thursday called a Republican gubernatorial candidate of Indian descent a "raghead," saying we have one in the White House, we don't need one in the governor's mansion."
At least he HONEST! Something we haven't seen much of in Washington or politics! I'd vote for him! He spoke his mind, without running it through the "politically correct Police" first.
So the Senator who said "YOU LIE" was not telling the truth? It seems now that we have hind site, that Senator was actually telling the truth.
Pepper

Huntsville, AL

#916 Oct 14, 2011
Its obamas Fault wrote:
Then why hasn't obama ended the war?
You can rail against bush all you want but the truth is that three years into obama's administration not only is the war is still going on but obama has sent more troops and increased the spending for it.
So obama is no better than bush.
Good question but the real question you should be asking is why has Obama gotten us into 2 more civil wars? As much as people want to hate me for saying it, we ARE boots on the ground in Libya AND Syria.
Pepper

Huntsville, AL

#917 Oct 14, 2011
Mr Bull Dozier wrote:
<quoted text>The money that you said President Obama put into Solynda is not even close to the cost of the war Bush started. The Solynda deal was a one time mistake while Bush's war is still counting up the human and financial cost.
So you're saying that Obama didn't have a hand with sending troops to Iraq? Maybe you should go on a fact finding search in regards to the voting by congress on the invasion of Iraq. I believe you'll find that your man Obama was all for it himself.

At least Bush got Congressional approval, Obama was told "no" by congress and here we are, boots' on the ground in 2 more countries.
Its obamas Fault

West Columbia, SC

#918 Oct 14, 2011
Faster than you can say “Nakajima” the government of Japan torpedoed an idea floated by U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration in which the leader of the free world (or what’s left of it) would have publicly apologized for the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.
Never mind that those bombings saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of American soldiers (and likely hundreds of thousands of Japanese soldiers and civilians)– bringing to a successful conclusion the deadliest conflict in the history of human civilization. And never mind that Japan hasn’t apologized to America for its sneak attack on Pearl Harbor or the Bataan Death March.
Nonetheless, these realities don’t mesh with Obama’s politically-correct, revisionist view of world history – in which the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings fall into the category of atrocities that our nation should feel sorry for committing.
Oddly enough, it was Japan that shot down Obama’s proposed apology …
“The idea of President Obama visiting Hiroshima to apologize for the atomic bombing during World War II is a ‘nonstarter,’” a September 2009 cable from Japanese diplomat Mitoji Yabunaka reads.
Yabunka recommends that Obama’s visit “center mostly in Tokyo” instead.
The message is one of thousands of State Department cables published recently by WikiLeaks.

Obama bows to the Japanese Emperor
The State Department floated the idea of an Obama apology in advance of the president’s November 2009 trip to Japan. During that visit, Obama became the first-ever U.S. President to bow to the emperor of Japan – a gesture that has earned him justifiable derision.
Obama’s obsequent dip violated longstanding U.S. policy regarding presidents not bowing to their contemporaries – a.k.a. the “thou need not bow” policy.
Anyway, the decision to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki was made by U.S. President Harry Truman – who unlike the current occupant of the Oval Office has always been one of our favorite presidents.
Truman never regretted his decision – saying he didn’t lose “a minute of sleep” over it.
“You should do your weeping at Pearl Harbor,” he told his critics decades later.
(To read more about Truman’s decision to drop the bombs, visit his presidential library).
Truman was absolutely correct. Had America been forced to launch “Operation Downfall”– the planned invasion of Japan – anywhere from 100,000 to 500,000 U.S. solders would have died. Meanwhile, Japanese casualties (military and civilian) would have likely numbered in the millions.
By contrast, the bombings killed an estimated 150,000 to 240,000 people.
News of the cable comes just days after Obama’s government “expressed its condolences” to the family of al-Qaeda propagandist/ recruiter Samir Khan – who was killed in a recent American airstrike that successfully took out terrorist leader Anwar al-Awlaki.

Since: Oct 11

Columbia, SC

#919 Oct 16, 2011
Only thing that is political in anybodies eyes is putting someone down and a bunch of lies
bonniewheeler

Santee, SC

#921 Oct 18, 2011
Mr Bull Dozier wrote:
<quoted text>The money that you said President Obama put into Solynda is not even close to the cost of the war Bush started. The Solynda deal was a one time mistake while Bush's war is still counting up the human and financial cost.
Bush's war began with the approval of Congress, both Democrats and Republicans. Need I post the quotes of the Senators who urged it all of whom were Democrats
yo mamma

India

#922 Oct 18, 2011
you go girl! jimmy FARTER is a stud
yo mamma

India

#923 Oct 18, 2011
yo MRBULLDOZIER
Watchdog

Hephzibah, GA

#926 Oct 25, 2011
How about sand ape? Hahahaha!
http://www.csrawatchdog.com
yeabuddy

De Kalb, TX

#927 Oct 25, 2011
Responsibility wrote:
Oh such ignorance (even in jest) and from a Republican no less!
Desperation abounds.
what?
xtxt

Darlington, SC

#928 Oct 25, 2011
First of all, obama is not the first african-american president, he's the first "middle-eastern" president!! Check is genealogy, he's much more Arab than black. Also, as far as the Senator's comments, what he said is dead on, though in out litigating and corrupt society, not "proper".....

Since: Oct 11

Muttzville

#930 Oct 28, 2011
Poops smells like bad
The Lone Gunmen

Winchester, TN

#931 Nov 4, 2011
Homosexuals make up less than 4% of the population .

"The rate of homosexual versus heterosexual child sexual abuse is staggering," "Abel’s data of 150.2 boys abused per male homosexual offender finds no equal (yet) in heterosexual violations of 19.8 girls."

Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, counters that federal crime data refute claims that homosexuals molest children at higher rates than heterosexuals.

"According to data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), this claim is false,".
In terms of numbers of children abused per offender, homosexuals abuse with far greater frequency; and boys, research shows, are the much-preferred target.

Authorities say evidence examined disproves the assertion that child molestation is more prevalent among heterosexuals.

The risks associated with homosexual conduct are so drastic, in fact, that U.S. health regulations prohibit men who have sex with men (MSM) and women who have had sex with MSM, from even donating blood.

Consider that, according to the Food and Drug Administration, MSM, "have an HIV prevalence 60 times higher than the general population, 800 times higher than first time blood donors and 8,000 times higher than repeat blood donors."

Adults and children who engage in homosexual conduct, especially males, are also susceptible, at an astronomical rate, to nearly all other forms of sexually transmitted disease (STD). For example, the Hepatitis B virus is about five to six times more prevalent among "gays," and Hepatitis C is twice as common.

But perhaps most shocking are today’s syphilis rates among homosexual men and adolescents. A recent study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that although homosexuals comprise only a fraction of the population (one to two percent), they account for an epidemic 64 percent of all syphilis cases.
European

Lobelville, TN

#933 Nov 18, 2011
I have an accent. When I talk on the phone very often Americans drop the phone on me. They don't seem to have any manners. When I meet people in person they ask me two standard questions:

1. Where are you from?
2. What do you do for a living?

Those questions are even asked when people enter my house. Infinite impudence. Although "where are you from?" usually is a normal question,but entering one's house and asking them "what do you do for a living?" is considered gravely rude and inappropriate. Bad manners to say the least.

And thus it shows in the Senate, the true "colours" of "America".
European

Lobelville, TN

#935 Nov 18, 2011
Obama = Mulatto, a Mule.

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