Well we were just talking about one person, and how his demeaning comments sparked a reaction (surprise?). You expanded that instance to say it shows another instance of "vicious" institutional bias in the Democratic Party and liberal media against black conservatives, and further that it is somehow a hallmark primarily OF the Democratic Party. For further example you brought in Condi Rice, a woman and a black conservative.<quoted text>Hip you're tiresome. I try to answer your question honestly and you can't come back with just a disagreeing point it has to be flip and belittling. I understand that's your schtick but I refuse to be told everytime that I rationalize, present strawmen etc. I guess sadly it's just best that I don't try to answer your question since it is clear you don't want "my" answer.
You know that Condi was one of the most abused by the left. We were not just talking about one person but about the whole concept.
I believe I gamely followed your "whole concept" and showed that A) the remarks of a few unknowns do not constitute the voice of the Democratic Party, as you originally implied, and B) the left has no monopoly on the fringe, much less national figures, attacking those private and public citizens who dare to speak out. I, of course, would say that the racial comments toward the President and his wife, attacks on Sandra Fluke, attacks on Michael J. Fox, attacks on the "uninformed, handout-greedy" blacks who voted for Obama, etc ad nauseum, all originated by prominent national conservative figures, and many repeated, and tolerated, even defended, in this very forum, far outstrip anything some dude named Toure said on an obscure cable TV show(?) about Dr. Carson and the Republican party. But I understand you have your definition of "vicious" and I have mine. Vive la difference.
Regardless, it IS about Dr. Carson's degrading comments. Proof? Dr. Carson hardly appeared in this forum until AFTER his demeaning comments equating gay marriage with bestiality and pedophilia, and the subsequent reaction from the left AND right. He was on the RNC radar after his CPAC speech, but his "web-buzz factor" spiked only AFTER this incident.
Misdirecting the dialogue away from those specifics about Carson's comments, and re-directing them to a general indictment of the Democratic Party's treatment of black conservatives, is a transparent evasion tactic of those uncomfortable with what he actually said.