Canton

Canton, OH

#26589 Mar 7, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
Right. Democrats cover up their own hate by accusing everyone else of being prejudiced. And, unfortunately, they're successful at it, because there are a lot of people in society who are looking for opportunities to be offended or feel like victims.
Democrats instinctively see society through the lenses of race, gender, and class, because they're bigots. They can't get away with the Old South way of doing things anymore, so they've put a new face on their hate. They've learned to thrive politically by pitting one group against another, while simultaneously claiming to be the champions of minorities -- not certain groups within those minorities, but all minorities.
Based on the democrats' rhetoric, one would expect them to be thrilled about the incredible achievements of people like Ben Carson, Clarence Thomas, Condi Rice, and even Sarah Palin, who went from being a small-town mom to governor of her state and the VP candidate of a major political party. She is everything the left claims a woman should be: An accomplished professional in a man's world, and a successful wife and mother. She's done it all. But instead of propping up those individuals, the democrats turn on them like a pack of hyenas, because It's never been about helping the underdogs ... it's been about using them to stay in power, just like the slave owners did in the Old South. As long as the minorities serve their master loyally, they won't be beaten into submission.
I know, All those years we had to listen to the Dems go on and on about how atheists aren't real Americans. How the gays are like animals. All those Democrats at the Tea Party rallies with their rebel flags and racist signs. Back in the 60's all those Democrats firing into groups of Republican war protester students. The Liberal churches opening their doors wide for the KKK...Oh wait. None of that outspoken hatred was coming from the Democrats at all. What else can we rewrite history about? Rewriting history, which the right is known for, is the only way you guys can live another day without blowing your brains out for being the vile, racist hypocrites that you are.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26590 Mar 7, 2014
Now tell us all what names like Super Mutt, Mutt and Half Breed are all about. I'm sure it has nothing to do with racial purity. Huh, lil St. Racist?
Canton

Canton, OH

#26591 Mar 7, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
Right. Democrats cover up their own hate by accusing everyone else of being prejudiced. And, unfortunately, they're successful at it, because there are a lot of people in society who are looking for opportunities to be offended or feel like victims.
Democrats instinctively see society through the lenses of race, gender, and class, because they're bigots. They can't get away with the Old South way of doing things anymore, so they've put a new face on their hate. They've learned to thrive politically by pitting one group against another, while simultaneously claiming to be the champions of minorities -- not certain groups within those minorities, but all minorities.
Based on the democrats' rhetoric, one would expect them to be thrilled about the incredible achievements of people like Ben Carson, Clarence Thomas, Condi Rice, and even Sarah Palin, who went from being a small-town mom to governor of her state and the VP candidate of a major political party. She is everything the left claims a woman should be: An accomplished professional in a man's world, and a successful wife and mother. She's done it all. But instead of propping up those individuals, the democrats turn on them like a pack of hyenas, because It's never been about helping the underdogs ... it's been about using them to stay in power, just like the slave owners did in the Old South. As long as the minorities serve their master loyally, they won't be beaten into submission.
We are all proud of Sarah Palin. I mean she went from an oil lobby paid floozie, to being an oil lobby paid floozie. I think I was most proud of the quitter from Alaska who gets directly paid by oil billionaires, when she stood in front of her church congregation and told them that building a pipeline was "God's will". Cashing in on the stupid and religious for a corporate agenda? Quitting her job so she could attempt to inject a purely corporate agenda into the white house? It makes us all so very proud.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26592 Mar 7, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
People can't talk and work at the same time? They can't make out paperwork or double count merchandise while talking? Sounds like you know my job more than I do. But then again, you're a liberal. You think you know more about everything than everybody else.
Depending on where you go, it takes anywhere from a half-hour to two hours to get loaded or unloaded. Usually about 45 minutes if there are no problems like having to wait in line to get a dock. Some places don't have the delivery ready yet and you sit there for an hour or so. Other times like today we have dead-time; there are no deliveries of pickups, so you find a place to sit and clean your windows, mirrors, or catch up on paperwork. When you have nothing to do, you sit there and play video games on your phone or something.
As stated in my previous post, I worked for a temporary agency years ago. When I or the other tractor-trailer driver is off for a day, our company calls in our temporary agency for a replacement driver. Our customers use temporary agencies, so when it comes to temp agencies, I know exactly what I'm talking about.
According to you, people can't work in their office and post on Topix at the same time. The only way you could have possibly talked to others is if you are an unemployed free loader and have lied about you actually having a job...right?
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26593 Mar 7, 2014
Canton wrote:
Now tell us all what names like Super Mutt, Mutt and Half Breed are all about. I'm sure it has nothing to do with racial purity. Huh, lil St. Racist?
No, it doesn't.

Why did you assume that my usernames reflected something other than my own personal story? Because you're a racist, so you assume everyone else is.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26594 Mar 7, 2014
Canton wrote:
We are all proud of Sarah Palin. I mean she went from an oil lobby paid floozie, to being an oil lobby paid floozie. I think I was most proud of the quitter from Alaska who gets directly paid by oil billionaires, when she stood in front of her church congregation and told them that building a pipeline was "God's will". Cashing in on the stupid and religious for a corporate agenda? Quitting her job so she could attempt to inject a purely corporate agenda into the white house? It makes us all so very proud.
Excellent job proving my point. Any minority individual who doesn't tow the democrat-party line is attacked and beaten back into submission. But those who do the democrats' bidding. like Obama, are hailed as outstanding examples of what minorities can do.(It makes no difference that Obama is in the back pocket of those "evil" Wall St. cronies, as long as he pushes the agenda in public.)
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#26595 Mar 7, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
Right. Democrats cover up their own hate by accusing everyone else of being prejudiced. And, unfortunately, they're successful at it, because there are a lot of people in society who are looking for opportunities to be offended or feel like victims.
Democrats instinctively see society through the lenses of race, gender, and class, because they're bigots. They can't get away with the Old South way of doing things anymore, so they've put a new face on their hate. They've learned to thrive politically by pitting one group against another, while simultaneously claiming to be the champions of minorities -- not certain groups within those minorities, but all minorities.
Based on the democrats' rhetoric, one would expect them to be thrilled about the incredible achievements of people like Ben Carson, Clarence Thomas, Condi Rice, and even Sarah Palin, who went from being a small-town mom to governor of her state and the VP candidate of a major political party. She is everything the left claims a woman should be: An accomplished professional in a man's world, and a successful wife and mother. She's done it all. But instead of propping up those individuals, the democrats turn on them like a pack of hyenas, because It's never been about helping the underdogs ... it's been about using them to stay in power, just like the slave owners did in the Old South. As long as the minorities serve their master loyally, they won't be beaten into submission.
You are nothing but downright stupid. It had be your test results that coined the phrase 'the dumbing down of Americans'. You are living proof.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#26596 Mar 7, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
I guess that since any negative feelings about DumBama must be about race, shouldn't that rule apply across the board? I guess not with liberals.
The thing is that during the Bush years, Powell, Rice, Thomas and others were all fair game.
I notice that you and many others here seem to be unable to refer to the President without using an insulting nickname.(This time it's "DumBama.") Why don't you remind of the the nasty names that "liberals" used when they referred to Powell, Rice, Thomas?
xxxrayted wrote:
Not so much now that it's conservatives voicing their objections on the policies of their magnificent Mulatto.
I don't know anyone that uses terms like "mulatto" and "half breed" except bigots.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26597 Mar 7, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
No, it doesn't.
Why did you assume that my usernames reflected something other than my own personal story? Because you're a racist, so you assume everyone else is.
Does the term Half Breed have to do with race? When someone calls someone a half breed, is it a racial thing? As much as you would like to imply that the word is only viewed as a racial issue because I have made it that way, hundreds of years of history tell another story. Continue with your lies, St. Racist. You became VOID on this forum months ago, so it really doesn't matter that you have been busted telling lies so many times at this point. No one believes a word you say anyway. Oh and...keep your goose stepping fascist beliefs away from the American children.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26598 Mar 7, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
Excellent job proving my point. Any minority individual who doesn't tow the democrat-party line is attacked and beaten back into submission. But those who do the democrats' bidding. like Obama, are hailed as outstanding examples of what minorities can do.(It makes no difference that Obama is in the back pocket of those "evil" Wall St. cronies, as long as he pushes the agenda in public.)
Is that why the GOP backed away from Tea Baggers like Palin? Because the Dems are bullies? So Democrats working with a Democratic president is all an evil scheme, but a corporate paid candidate who pushes for solely a corporate agenda is downright patriotic, if not a higher moral standard. Ahhh ha ha ha ha! Keep telling yourself that, St. Racist. Just like I'll keep calling you out for being VOID. Say it with me...VOID.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#26599 Mar 7, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
So? Democrats are democrats everywhere. They have their history rooted in the racism of the old south.
Still trying hard to promote that half-truth, aren't you? Those white bigots in the South left the Democratic party and joined the Republicans after the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. Today the Republican party is overwhelmingly "the white people's party."

"One of the more important realities in American politics today is the substantial divergence in the racial and ethnic composition of the major political parties. Almost nine in 10 Republicans are white, in stark contrast to the racial and ethnic composition of the overall adult population."

http://www.gallup.com/poll/160373/democrats-r...
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#26602 Mar 7, 2014
Jackie_Chiles_10024 wrote:
Mulatto is a perfectly good word...
..if you are a bigot.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26603 Mar 7, 2014
Jackie_Chiles_10024 wrote:
<quoted text>You mean like this guy?
"Obviously, a lot of shelter dogs are mutts like me," Obama said with a smile.
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/27606637/#.UxoiP4Xs...
Was Obama talking about his race? I was told by a liar that terms like "mutt" and "half breed" have nothing to do with race. Thanks though for pointing out that even the president of the United States knows what the term means. Keep squirming lil' Putin fan. VOID
Canton

Canton, OH

#26604 Mar 7, 2014
Jackie_Chiles_10024 wrote:
<quoted text>
Syndicated cartoonist Ted Rall depicted Rice proclaiming herself Bush’s “house n****.”
Rall’s depiction was followed months later by that of Jeff Danziger of the New York Times Syndicate. Danziger drew a big-lipped, barely literate Condoleezza Rice.
On his Twitter account Tuesday, state Rep. Ryan Winkler called the justices’ 5-4 ruling striking down a part of the law racist, and the work of “four accomplices to race discrimination and one Uncle Thomas.”
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jun/...
<quoted text><quoted text>
Mulatto is a perfectly good word, but "octoroon" is far more accurate.
Boy, Annie. You sure did come running quick and out of nowhere when someone mentioned the word "racist". I wonder why you would suddenly feel an overwhelming need to defend the GOP as not being racist when no one was talking to you? It's almost as if...
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26609 Mar 7, 2014
Canton wrote:
Was Obama talking about his race? I was told by a liar that terms like "mutt" and "half breed" have nothing to do with race. Thanks though for pointing out that even the president of the United States knows what the term means. Keep squirming lil' Putin fan. VOID
I never said they don't have anything to do with race. You asked me if they have to do with "racial purity", implying that I think there's something wrong with mixed races. I don't.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26611 Mar 7, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
Still trying hard to promote that half-truth, aren't you? Those white bigots in the South left the Democratic party and joined the Republicans after the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. Today the Republican party is overwhelmingly "the white people's party."
"One of the more important realities in American politics today is the substantial divergence in the racial and ethnic composition of the major political parties. Almost nine in 10 Republicans are white, in stark contrast to the racial and ethnic composition of the overall adult population."
http://www.gallup.com/poll/160373/democrats-r...
The white bigots left the democrat party? Um, I'm venturing to say almost every democrat was white during the post Civil War and Jim Crow eras. A hatred of blacks is what unified the party. After the Civil Rights legislation passed, some of the democrats left. The ones that remained were still the same bigots who hated blacks before, and they got busy revamping the image of the democrat party of today.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#26612 Mar 7, 2014
half-breed wrote:
<quoted text>
The white bigots left the democrat party? Um, I'm venturing to say almost every democrat was white during the post Civil War and Jim Crow eras. A hatred of blacks is what unified the party. After the Civil Rights legislation passed, some of the democrats left. The ones that remained were still the same bigots who hated blacks before, and they got busy revamping the image of the democrat party of today.
"Thurmond represented South Carolina in the United States Senate from 1954 until 2003, at first as a Democrat and, after 1964, as a Republican."

"In 1948, Thurmond stated: "...all the laws of Washington and all the bayonets of the Army cannot force the Negro into our homes, into our schools, our churches and our places of recreation and amusement.""

"In the 1960s, he opposed the civil rights legislation of 1964 and 1965 to end segregation and enforce the voting rights of African-American citizens."
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#26613 Mar 7, 2014
Here's the link for those quotes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strom_Thurmond
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#26614 Mar 7, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
I notice that you and many others here seem to be unable to refer to the President without using an insulting nickname.(This time it's "DumBama.") Why don't you remind of the the nasty names that "liberals" used when they referred to Powell, Rice, Thomas?
<quoted text>
I don't know anyone that uses terms like "mulatto" and "half breed" except bigots.
Actually mulatto is a proper nomenclature but has been made obsolete by the creation of affirmative action which made being simply "black" more advantageous. The creation of PC terms aided the transition.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#26615 Mar 7, 2014
Canton wrote:
<quoted text>
Is that why the GOP backed away from Tea Baggers like Palin?.
In my opinion & some others have said to me, many in The GOP lack gahoona's or backbone to take a strong stand about anything.

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