Stacey Dash draws on MLK Jr. to defen...

Stacey Dash draws on MLK Jr. to defend Romney

There are 295 comments on the New York Daily News story from Oct 10, 2012, titled Stacey Dash draws on MLK Jr. to defend Romney. In it, New York Daily News reports that:

After experiencing a firestorm on Twitter fueled by racially-explosive language, "Clueless" star Stacey Dash evoked Martin Luther King Jr.

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pogue mahone

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#2 Oct 10, 2012
Historically most political racists tended to be Democrats. They are still the party of divisivness.

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#3 Oct 10, 2012
The majority of Blacks know that the criticism from the right is based out of racism and bigotry. We have watched right-wingers over these 4 years spewed subtle and blatant racist hate as they suffered with the fact that a Black man is the President of the United States. So Blacks see other Blacks who support a Party that hates the President mostly because he is Black as a self hating fool. Stacy Dash is a beautiful fool, but she has always been dimwitted.

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#4 Oct 10, 2012
Obama is basically a murderer Who would vote for him? He's the Butcher of Benghazi.

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Clint Eastwood

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#5 Oct 10, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
The majority of Blacks know that the criticism from the right is based out of racism and bigotry. We have watched right-wingers over these 4 years spewed subtle and blatant racist hate as they suffered with the fact that a Black man is the President of the United States. So Blacks see other Blacks who support a Party that hates the President mostly because he is Black as a self hating fool. Stacy Dash is a beautiful fool, but she has always been dimwitted.


You've called black people "Uncle Toms" when they supported Romney before and now that Obama is losing, I expect your racism and dimwitted views to become even more pronounced.

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Clint Eastwood

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#6 Oct 10, 2012
Eighthman wrote:
Obama is basically a murderer Who would vote for him? He's the Butcher of Benghazi.
Stacey Dash draws on MLK Jr. to defend Romney support:‘I chose him not by the color of his skin but the content of his character’

Obama's character is to call American citizens "Shady" and "His "Enemy" while dividing the country by every conceivable race, class and religion. Stacey sees this and so did millions of others during the debate. It's OVER. Mitt Romney is the leader that will pull this country back together despite Obama's efforts to destroy it.

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Clint Eastwood

Petersburg, VA

#7 Oct 10, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
The majority of Blacks know that the criticism from the right is based out of racism and bigotry. We have watched right-wingers over these 4 years spewed subtle and blatant racist hate as they suffered with the fact that a Black man is the President of the United States. So Blacks see other Blacks who support a Party that hates the President mostly because he is Black as a self hating fool. Stacy Dash is a beautiful fool, but she has always been dimwitted.
Dash also dished that the GOP nominee’s running mate, Paul Ryan, called her personally to praise her, she said.

RELATED: STACEY DASH MET WITH RACIST TWEETS (Marine Corp Pat is 1 of them.)

But Morgan began the interview by reading Dash some of the more provocative tweets pouncing on her initial Twitter post Sunday, when she urged people to “vote for Romney.”

“This is somebody who tweeted,‘You’re an unemployed black woman endorsing Mitt Romney. You’re voting against yourself thrice, you poor beautiful idiot.’ And somebody else just put,‘Kill yourself, you old hag,'” Morgan said, labeling the remarks “disgusting.”

“I don’t feel offended. I just feel that, you know, as a country, this is my choice,” Dash responded.“This is the man [Romney] I want to lead my country.”

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/election-2012...

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#8 Oct 10, 2012
pogue mahone wrote:
Historically most political racists tended to be Democrats. They are still the party of divisivness.
George Wallace. The biggest racist that ever lived was a staunch democrat. That's right. George Wallace.
Clint Eastwood

Petersburg, VA

#9 Oct 10, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
The majority of Blacks know that the criticism from the right is based out of racism and bigotry. We have watched right-wingers over these 4 years spewed subtle and blatant racist hate as they suffered with the fact that a Black man is the President of the United States. So Blacks see other Blacks who support a Party that hates the President mostly because he is Black as a self hating fool. Stacy Dash is a beautiful fool, but she has always been dimwitted.
Other Twitter users who attacked Dash referred to her as an “indoor slave” and joked that she is no longer black.

“RACIAL DRAFT: I LIKE TO REQUEST A TRADE TO SEND STACEY DASH TO THE CAUCASIANS TO ACQUIRE BILL CLINTON TO THE BLACKS,” tweeted someone named Mr.Controversy.

Samuel L. Jackson, an ardent supporter of President Obama, also tweeted his surprise Tuesday that Dash plans to vote for Romney — although the potty-mouthed actor kept it clean.

“Wait, did Stacey Dash Really endorse Romney today?! REALLY????! Is she CRA.......... Jackson wrote.

Dash said getting bashed on Twitter “saddened and shocked” her. But plenty of Twitter users also came to her defense — and she mentioned that veep candidate Ryan called her Tuesday.

“He said,‘Thank you so much for your support,’ and that I was brave, and they support me, and I thought that was so generous and kind,” Dash said.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/election-2012...

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#10 Oct 10, 2012
Guess who was a republican? MLK. That's right. MLK and his father were both staunch republicans. That's right. MLK.
Clint Eastwood

Petersburg, VA

#11 Oct 10, 2012
A former Obama supporter in 2008, she told Morgan that she decided to switch parties after seeing the Romneys on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

“They spoke to me, and they seemed authentic and genuine about what they said about this country, about the need for us to be united and move forward,” Dash said.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/election-2012...

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#12 Oct 10, 2012
What a slap in the face! What a put down! What an attempt to control!

Evidently, if you are a member (or partial member) of any racial minority, you Have to vote for anyone who shares a part of the same racial minority?

Does that mean you believe individuals who happen to be members of a minority cannot or will not think for themselves? They should have nothing to say about it? They should have no choice?

So, if we are members of some minority,(we all have some minority to claim), we are easily led, easily used, have no thought, easily bought,--... wait a minute, that means we are slaves again!

That's crazy! That also plays right into our (temporary) value of either political party.

I will base my vote who will be the best candidate -- for class secretary, local council member, state rep, president etc.

Since: Jul 11

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#13 Oct 10, 2012
Clint Eastwood wrote:
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Stacey Dash draws on MLK Jr. to defend Romney support:‘I chose him not by the color of his skin but the content of his character’
Obama's character is to call American citizens "Shady" and "His "Enemy" while dividing the country by every conceivable race, class and religion. Stacey sees this and so did millions of others during the debate. It's OVER. Mitt Romney is the leader that will pull this country back together despite Obama's efforts to destroy it.
What you say is true.

Our choice seems to be one of: promises (both sides have promises - some more clear than others) and past records. One record is ineffective, inexperienced, and lack of experience, and I believe, poorly advised. One record has experience and effective leadership. One touts individual blame, one touts national plans.

Even though the polls seem to be 'even' or even turning to Romney, Obama will be reelected. Evidently racial unity is stronger than national unity.

Since: Nov 08

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#14 Oct 10, 2012
Eighthman wrote:
Guess who was a republican? MLK. That's right. MLK and his father were both staunch republicans. That's right. MLK.
MLK switched parties to support Kennedy after Kennedy got him out of jail. I guess some kind of deal was made. Then his father supported Jimmy Carter and the democrats after that. MLK Jrs real name at birth was Michael King. He later changed it.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#15 Oct 10, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
The majority of Blacks know that the criticism from the right is based out of racism and bigotry. We have watched right-wingers over these 4 years spewed subtle and blatant racist hate as they suffered with the fact that a Black man is the President of the United States. So Blacks see other Blacks who support a Party that hates the President mostly because he is Black as a self hating fool. Stacy Dash is a beautiful fool, but she has always been dimwitted.
BIG BIRD: LEAVE ME ALONE, OBAMA! Still no mention though of Stevens and the collection of lies Obama and his staff has made the last three weeks about Steven's death.

Ohio Obama Rally Features Rap Rendition of 'Sesame Street' Theme Song...

ROMNEY:'You have to scratch your head when president spends week talking about 'Big Bird''... AND NOTHING ABOUT JOBS, ECONOMY OR SYRIA.
Lonewolf

Leesville, SC

#16 Oct 10, 2012
Clint Eastwood wrote:
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Other Twitter users who attacked Dash referred to her as an “indoor slave” and joked that she is no longer black.
“RACIAL DRAFT: I LIKE TO REQUEST A TRADE TO SEND STACEY DASH TO THE CAUCASIANS TO ACQUIRE BILL CLINTON TO THE BLACKS,” tweeted someone named Mr.Controversy.
Samuel L. Jackson, an ardent supporter of President Obama, also tweeted his surprise Tuesday that Dash plans to vote for Romney — although the potty-mouthed actor kept it clean.
“Wait, did Stacey Dash Really endorse Romney today?! REALLY????! Is she CRA.......... Jackson wrote.
Dash said getting bashed on Twitter “saddened and shocked” her. But plenty of Twitter users also came to her defense — and she mentioned that veep candidate Ryan called her Tuesday.
“He said,‘Thank you so much for your support,’ and that I was brave, and they support me, and I thought that was so generous and kind,” Dash said.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/election-2012...
Jackson has played the bad guy role in hollywood so much,he really thinks he is.He's nothing more than a big-mouthed punk who couldn't back it up to save his life.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#17 Oct 10, 2012
Clint Eastwood wrote:
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You've called black people "Uncle Toms" when they supported Romney before and now that Obama is losing, I expect your racism and dimwitted views to become even more pronounced.
Careful, pattie will do a drive by on your key board.......if she can find her spit balls.
America is Not the Same

Miami Beach, FL

#19 Oct 10, 2012
Radical Liberals LISTEN UP

America gave Obama a chance., by deception and lies.
These were black whites and Mattalo that fell for his hope and change. He made the US worse.

Obama LIE and failed to lead America in the right direction. His actions have prove it

Race has nothing to do with Americans not wanting Obama back in office.
He failed to change washington, so now it's time to give him the plane ticket back to Chicago.
America is Not the Same

Miami Beach, FL

#20 Oct 10, 2012
Check out Obama's plan to take tax money from the suburbs and give that money to Cities.

Regional Equity Movement.
A test plan in Ohio

Under this movement Obama want taxes raised for those who live in the suburbs and give that money to large cities to build schools and infrastructure.

In other words the suburbs will be bailing out cities., which have a large black population

Of course obama want this because most of his people live in large cities.
Now if that is not racist nothing else is.

Vote this idiot out in Nov.
America is Not the Same

Miami Beach, FL

#21 Oct 10, 2012
Google

Obama's Regional Equity Movement

This will start in Ohio and will spread to all US states.

All Ohio posters wake up to what Obama wants in your state.

Destablizing the suburbs to build up large City
Taxes will be RAISED in the suburbs under Obama's plan

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Greenbackville, VA

#22 Oct 10, 2012

Obama's WAR ON WOMEN is LOST. He's driving them away in droves.

60 Million Americans watched Obama get his TEETH KICKED IN By Mitt Romney and the race will never be the same. It's clear to all with any shred of intelligence that OBAMA IS THE EMPEROR WITH NO CLOTHES.


The Empty Suit MUST GO!


Bye Bye Obama!

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