Stacey Dash draws on MLK Jr. to defend Romney

Oct 10, 2012 Full story: New York Daily News 295

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

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#206 Oct 13, 2012
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> It is a little more succinct. Honey and vinegar saying is more direct. When Dems won in 2008...it was massive the saying...YOU LOST, GET OVER IT". The President himself shut out the Repub party with basically those same words. Vinegar was and still is the main by product of the progressive Dems. Push guilt. Push the hate angle. But whatever we do is honey. Listening to Gibbs and others spew their venom on others after that election galvanized many people together. Repubs deserved the trouncing they got. Or the party did. But the citizens of America did not deserve the pure hate venom that spewed from the mouths of progressives. Especially as their wealth was declining and the same party was not showing any concern. In a few months from taking power, all of the good will was used up. In a few weeks this will be over. And it did not have to be. You see win or lose I will never trust a progressive again unless I am "paid" and it is written on a contract. And there are tens of millions of others who feel the same way. And they are voters. And they are voting in 2012 in a different direction then they voted in 2008. So if the President wins, it will be much closer. If he loses it may be a rout. A big one. Why they acted that way I don't know. But crapping on people who pay the freight is not smart. But the party must come first. always the party and the movement. No matter who suffers.
Funny how people can look at a situation and come away with entirely different views. You see the Republicans as the victims and I see them as the aggressors in spewing hate and dividing the nation.

I used to be a non-voter. Not even an independent. Raised as a Jehovah's Witness, they do not involve themselves in worldly affairs and do not vote. How did I come to vote and involve myself in politics? The hypocrisy I witnessed with the Republican party and their contract with America. Their so-called values and morals and how they went after Clinton, even though the nation was doing well. They had nothing else to offer or attack but his character. His opponents were just as bad or worst (Hyde and Gingrich) then Clinton and the farce of his impeachment was too much. I got involved and started voting. I begin to notice who was nasty, starting with gingrich's mother saying he called the president's wife, Hillary, a bitch. Politics has been in the gutter every since. The coulters, limbaughs, malkins, O'Reilly's, etc., have made it worst.

You don't come across as nice or decent people. You're always angry and always attacking someone whether racially or sexually. That's what I see and it's not a pretty picture and it most certainly won't draw people to your party unless their predisposed to being hateful and nasty.

Just saying.....
America is Not the Same

Overland Park, KS

#207 Oct 13, 2012
The Republicans were the ones who FREE the blacks
The Republicans were the one who put in Affirmative action.
Republicans
are the ones who DID THE MOST for the blacks.

It is the democrats who are creating a racial divide.
In America we are suppose to be free
Why are democrats against blacks who speak their mind.
Stacy was dehumanize by democrats because she back Romney
Democrats are EVIL Period.
It's plain to see Democrats are creating a racial divide.
Prove different
You can't
serfs up

Kissimmee, FL

#208 Oct 13, 2012
Sunobia wrote:
<quoted text>Funny how people can look at a situation and come away with entirely different views. You see the Republicans as the victims and I see them as the aggressors in spewing hate and dividing the nation.
I used to be a non-voter. Not even an independent. Raised as a Jehovah's Witness, they do not involve themselves in worldly affairs and do not vote. How did I come to vote and involve myself in politics? The hypocrisy I witnessed with the Republican party and their contract with America. Their so-called values and morals and how they went after Clinton, even though the nation was doing well. They had nothing else to offer or attack but his character. His opponents were just as bad or worst (Hyde and Gingrich) then Clinton and the farce of his impeachment was too much. I got involved and started voting. I begin to notice who was nasty, starting with gingrich's mother saying he called the president's wife, Hillary, a bitch. Politics has been in the gutter every since. The coulters, limbaughs, malkins, O'Reilly's, etc., have made it worst.
You don't come across as nice or decent people. You're always angry and always attacking someone whether racially or sexually. That's what I see and it's not a pretty picture and it most certainly won't draw people to your party unless their predisposed to being hateful and nasty.
Just saying.....
Clinton's impeachment was revenge for Nixon's impeachment. Clinton is an example of someone treating women like crap but make laws so others can not. Repubs with flaws are criticized because it is harder to defend when they say something else. Their flaws are minor compared to many Dems though. If you say there are levels of it. I vote both sides of the aisle and third party. I believe that men and women should not steal from others. And that includes the way we live our lives. Crossing the line and demanding others to pay for irresponsible behavior is part of it. No matter. This will end or resources will be allocated at some point effectively forcing better behavior in personal affairs. And it is sooner rather then later. Of course violence might arise and that is why our government has been slowly expanding a state of tyranny. You see some of it now with local, regional and federal police and the like. They turn men into criminals and even get money for it. They abuse, maim and kill good citizens and get away with it most of the time. Our privacy is rapidly diminishing and our rights to our physical being are violated more and more. We don't care about this and are going the way of other nations.

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#209 Oct 13, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
<quoted text>
YOU DON’T KNOW WHY?
Well here, allow me to enlighten you: it is because the republican Party is mainly a racist ‘Whites Only’ club – that allows a hand full of [and I’ll use your words from your post:#118] the right kinds of Blacks. More over – and very telling – is the fact that you say you don’t know why Herman Cain wasn’t nominated in spite of [and I’ll again use your words from post:#118]:
“Herman Cain is a very smart man who has built his resume from the ground up beginning by sweeping floors all the way to the top as a CEO.
Herman Cain knows business, he has been involved in business for decades”.
http://www.topix.com/forum/us/politics/TTQGU7...
<quoted text>
Again, another asinine comment/question: it was you who injected Herman Cain as the right kind of Black to be President; throwing Jesse Jackson as your counter argument to try and blunt the fact that the racist republicans didn’t nominate Cain shows just how pathetically desperate you were to say anything that you didn’t think things through enough (if at all) to realize that you actually went back 28 years to 1984 to pull Jesse Jackson into this, or that we pick a Black man as our nominee 4 years ago… AND HE WON… his name is President Barack Obama.
WOW; like I said before: I brilliantly boxed you in, and knocked you out, LOL!
Marine Corpse Patty, have another drink. No one but you injected race into this debate, long ago? No post but yours ever injects Barack Hussein Obama as a Black President? Get over yourself. Jesse(Jackass)Jackson and Jesse(Mind numbed robot)Jackson JR..are thieves of the first order, never had jobs, but 'sweet talked' the Black Community into supporting them in a style most Backs themselves could never afford. They(J&J Jackson)might have been carnival barkers for P.T. Barum in days gone by...
Go Blue

Miami, FL

#210 Oct 13, 2012
America is Not the Same wrote:
The Republicans were the ones who FREE the blacks
The Republicans were the one who put in Affirmative action.
Republicans
are the ones who DID THE MOST for the blacks.
It is the democrats who are creating a racial divide.
In America we are suppose to be free
Why are democrats against blacks who speak their mind.
Stacy was dehumanize by democrats because she back Romney
Democrats are EVIL Period.
It's plain to see Democrats are creating a racial divide.
Prove different
You can't
Then they switched sides...ironic....

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#211 Oct 13, 2012
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> It is a little more succinct. Honey and vinegar saying is more direct. When Dems won in 2008...it was massive the saying...YOU LOST, GET OVER IT". The President himself shut out the Repub party with basically those same words.
I remember when Republican Rep. Wilson screamed out "YOU LIE" when the President came to Congress asking that parties work together to pass a bill.

And that was followed by four years of the party of No doing NOTHING to get Americans back to work.

Why Republicans in Congress got a 9 percent approval rating.

“I just hate stupid people”

Since: Apr 07

DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#212 Oct 13, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
<quoted text>
YOU DON’T KNOW WHY?
Well here, allow me to enlighten you: it is because the republican Party is mainly a racist ‘Whites Only’ club – that allows a hand full of [and I’ll use your words from your post:#118] the right kinds of Blacks. More over – and very telling – is the fact that you say you don’t know why Herman Cain wasn’t nominated in spite of [and I’ll again use your words from post:#118]:
“Herman Cain is a very smart man who has built his resume from the ground up beginning by sweeping floors all the way to the top as a CEO.
Herman Cain knows business, he has been involved in business for decades”.
http://www.topix.com/forum/us/politics/TTQGU7...
<quoted text>
Again, another asinine comment/question: it was you who injected Herman Cain as the right kind of Black to be President; throwing Jesse Jackson as your counter argument to try and blunt the fact that the racist republicans didn’t nominate Cain shows just how pathetically desperate you were to say anything that you didn’t think things through enough (if at all) to realize that you actually went back 28 years to 1984 to pull Jesse Jackson into this, or that we pick a Black man as our nominee 4 years ago… AND HE WON… his name is President Barack Obama.
WOW; like I said before: I brilliantly boxed you in, and knocked you out, LOL!
Herman Cain wasn't nominated and neither was Newt Gingrinch, that's why it's called the nomination process.
Obama got nominated and selected because he talked the talk, he threw out a bunch of talking points and pretty phrases such as hope and change, 4 years later America is no better off, in fact we are worse off.
He has no record of accomplishments that will move this country in the right direction.
The closer this election comes the more people will be paying attention to the way things actually are and whether or not they want more of the same or to try another path.
We will be on another path called The Romney administration.
Nope Patsy, you will never be able to box me or anybody else in, all your post are the same regardless of the subject, praise god Obama, Obama got Osama, anybody who doesn't like Obama is racist etc etc etc.
You will be totally lost come November.
Go Blue

Miami, FL

#213 Oct 13, 2012
Ahh....I see Congressman Darrel Issa(R-California) is on the case....the veritable Gloria Allred of televised congressional hearings. Darrel, who never met a microphone of camera he did'nt like, more than willing to display false, partisan outrage, at the sad deaths of four brave Americans, in Benghazi....Let Darrel drag their memory and dignity, through the political mud for electioneering purposes...He's used to it, he's been a party shill for years, it's his specialty....BTW, this is the same Rep. Issa that voted againest security funding for our embassy's overseas.....Where's your outrage now?...Is it false or real?....Are you feelin Darrel, now?.....

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#214 Oct 13, 2012
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> Clinton's impeachment was revenge for Nixon's impeachment. Clinton is an example of someone treating women like crap but make laws so others can not. Repubs with flaws are criticized because it is harder to defend when they say something else. Their flaws are minor compared to many Dems though. If you say there are levels of it. I vote both sides of the aisle and third party. I believe that men and women should not steal from others. And that includes the way we live our lives. Crossing the line and demanding others to pay for irresponsible behavior is part of it. No matter. This will end or resources will be allocated at some point effectively forcing better behavior in personal affairs. And it is sooner rather then later. Of course violence might arise and that is why our government has been slowly expanding a state of tyranny. You see some of it now with local, regional and federal police and the like. They turn men into criminals and even get money for it. They abuse, maim and kill good citizens and get away with it most of the time. Our privacy is rapidly diminishing and our rights to our physical being are violated more and more. We don't care about this and are going the way of other nations.
Hmmm, interesting post. I will agree that we got off on the wrong foot but I do appreciate the civility of your last two posts. You and I both know how difficult that is to accomplish on sites like this.

Yes, I see some very upsetting things on the horizon and I am not foolish enough to believe that only one party is responsible. I guess it's outward behavior of republicans that gets to me eventhough I know Dems have some stuff with them too. It's kinda like which guy will get the girl, eventhough they both are lying and want the same thing. It's the approach, if you get where I am coming from.

“Historic American Greatness”

Since: Jun 07

The President & his AG

#215 Oct 13, 2012
SIR LANCELOT wrote:
<quoted text>
Herman Cain wasn't nominated and neither was Newt Gingrinch, that's why it's called the nomination process.
What, now is Newt Gingrich considered [in your words] the “right kind of Black”?

LOL, you said you didn’t know why Herman Cain wasn’t nominated after saying that Herman Cain would have been the right kind of Black, unlike President Obama. I literally have you spinning like a top trying to un-box yourself… TOO LATE… keep trying though, it is so pathetically amusing.

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#216 Oct 13, 2012
Go Blue wrote:
<quoted text>Then they switched sides...ironic....
They know this, but are loathed to admit it. At Mitten's rally in PA the racist skin heads came out wearing Romney/Ryan shirts with put the "white" back in the White House.

These are the types that are drawn to their party because of "buzz" words and innuendos thrown out their by the Republicans desperate to win this or any other election. These people are now crawling from underneath rocks, skin heads, nazis, klan members and the likes. It's no different than the massive numbers of southern, racist, democrats who moved over to the Republican party during the 50s and 60s over civil rights. They seem to draw and appeal to the haters in this nation and those who slither out from rocks. This is not the party of Lincoln nor Goldwater or former Republicans and they would be shocked at what their party has become for hoaring after votes.

They have no appeal to the diverse population that now inhabits this country and it's their own fault for their boorish behavior and the lengths they've gone too to get votes.

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#217 Oct 13, 2012
Go Blue wrote:
Ahh....I see Congressman Darrel Issa(R-California) is on the case....the veritable Gloria Allred of televised congressional hearings. Darrel, who never met a microphone of camera he did'nt like, more than willing to display false, partisan outrage, at the sad deaths of four brave Americans, in Benghazi....Let Darrel drag their memory and dignity, through the political mud for electioneering purposes...He's used to it, he's been a party shill for years, it's his specialty....BTW, this is the same Rep. Issa that voted againest security funding for our embassy's overseas.....Where's your outrage now?...Is it false or real?....Are you feelin Darrel, now?.....
Ryan was loathed to answer that question during the debate which is why Biden was laughing in his face. Pitiful creatures and there's nothing to low or base that they won't do or try to influence people, especially when they've been caught in lies or shown to be hypocrites.
RED FLAG BIDEN FOR PREZ

Phoenix, AZ

#218 Oct 13, 2012
Eighthman wrote:
<quoted text>George Wallace. The biggest racist that ever lived was a staunch democrat. That's right. George Wallace.
Black americans knew George Wallace was a racist, but they VOTED FOR HIM ANYWAY because he kept welfare. Wallace knew, as all Democrat politicrats descended from KKK-ology knew, welfare was power over blacks much like slavery.

It is no different today. There is a large contingent of white americans who are equally belligerent like Biden, who want government dependency. It serves the rich Democrat politocrats like Pelosi, Biden, Obama and it serves the poor voters because they mutually feed off taxes paid by the hard working population.

People left the Democrat Party and chose the Republican Party not because they are less racist but because they needed big government. The GOP philosophy has never changed since the days of MLK, which is life, liberty and freedom for all including slaves. The Democrat Party has and is still the party of people mind manipulation, big government and corruption.

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#219 Oct 13, 2012
RED FLAG BIDEN FOR PREZ wrote:
<quoted text>
Black americans knew George Wallace was a racist, but they VOTED FOR HIM ANYWAY because he kept welfare. Wallace knew, as all Democrat politicrats descended from KKK-ology knew, welfare was power over blacks much like slavery.
It is no different today. There is a large contingent of white americans who are equally belligerent like Biden, who want government dependency. It serves the rich Democrat politocrats like Pelosi, Biden, Obama and it serves the poor voters because they mutually feed off taxes paid by the hard working population.
People left the Democrat Party and chose the Republican Party not because they are less racist but because they needed big government. The GOP philosophy has never changed since the days of MLK, which is life, liberty and freedom for all including slaves. The Democrat Party has and is still the party of people mind manipulation, big government and corruption.
Oh really? You're a damn liar! Why were all those whites democrats, hmmmm? Because THEIR ASSES were on welfare, wanted all those handouts because their lazy southern asses didn't work! Has the south risen again since slavery? Free labor? No, it hasn't! They didn't just get up and decide to be RESPONSIBLE! Their hatred of blacks made them switch and just like then as today, they'll suffer, cut off their noses to smite their evil and racist faces if they think blacks and other minorities will suffer.

Of the 47% that Mittens wrote off, only 12% are black! So wtf else was he talking about wanting freebies, huh, lyin arse, slimey, Republican?

You are some filthy liars and the scum of this nation and I hope you'll always be the smaller party and we continue to keep you at bay! You all plucked up this country to the brink of bankruptcy, countless lives were lost in an unnecessary brought about by lies.

You all may be blinded by your hatred, racism and stupidity but the rest of the nation isn't and if you think the elite in that room weren't talking about WHITES like you, you're dumb as hell! They appeal to your small minds and wicked spirits while laughing at how stupid sheeples like you are.

Keep watching Faux News brought to you by the billionaire, Rupert Murdoch! You don't even get your political views from an American citizen but an Australian, dumb asses.

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#220 Oct 13, 2012
RED FLAG BIDEN FOR PREZ wrote:
<quoted text>
Black americans knew George Wallace was a racist, but they VOTED FOR HIM ANYWAY because he kept welfare. Wallace knew, as all Democrat politicrats descended from KKK-ology knew, welfare was power over blacks much like slavery.
It is no different today. There is a large contingent of white americans who are equally belligerent like Biden, who want government dependency. It serves the rich Democrat politocrats like Pelosi, Biden, Obama and it serves the poor voters because they mutually feed off taxes paid by the hard working population.
People left the Democrat Party and chose the Republican Party not because they are less racist but because they needed big government. The GOP philosophy has never changed since the days of MLK, which is life, liberty and freedom for all including slaves. The Democrat Party has and is still the party of people mind manipulation, big government and corruption.
Why did Ryan ask for Stimulus money? Not once, but twice? Why did he praise President Obama's stimulus program and say it was helping to create jobs in his state and then turn around and try to bash the president's program? In other words, why did he, a so-called Responsible Republican and member of your precious GOP party ASK FOR A GUBBERMENT HANDOUT?????

You people make me sick!
Go Blue

Miami, FL

#221 Oct 13, 2012
Sunobia wrote:
<quoted text>They know this, but are loathed to admit it. At Mitten's rally in PA the racist skin heads came out wearing Romney/Ryan shirts with put the "white" back in the White House.
These are the types that are drawn to their party because of "buzz" words and innuendos thrown out their by the Republicans desperate to win this or any other election. These people are now crawling from underneath rocks, skin heads, nazis, klan members and the likes. It's no different than the massive numbers of southern, racist, democrats who moved over to the Republican party during the 50s and 60s over civil rights. They seem to draw and appeal to the haters in this nation and those who slither out from rocks. This is not the party of Lincoln nor Goldwater or former Republicans and they would be shocked at what their party has become for hoaring after votes.
They have no appeal to the diverse population that now inhabits this country and it's their own fault for their boorish behavior and the lengths they've gone too to get votes.
Romney is actually a downgrade from McCain....At least McCain would have not allowed such behavior, as he has class....Romney is a political whore, in it solely for the power....like his party...They really don't care what they say or do, they just want your vote, that's all....And his running mate Ryan is perfect, another scumbag, that screwed over the country, by blocking everything coming through the House, that might help the United States economic recovery.....they don't give a shit for the people, only their party and power.....

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#222 Oct 13, 2012
SIR LANCELOT wrote:
<quoted text>Herman Cain wasn't nominated and neither was Newt Gingrinch, that's why it's called the nomination process.
And Romney never got 35 percent approval from the GOP until Frothy Rick turned titties up.

As GingRICH and Santorum **BOTH** observed: draft dodger Romney is the weakest candidate the GOP put up in 80 years.

We'll see. Clearly: he has a lock on 2nd.

Wonder what would have happened if Ron Paul ran...
Chicopee

Danbury, CT

#223 Oct 13, 2012
Sunobia wrote:
<quoted text>You should be ashamed of being associated with a party that has openly encouraged racists, KKK members, skin heads, Nazis and every other hate group in this country to join them in helping to defeat Obama by encouraging their racism and giving voice to it!
Any so-called black person that aligns themselves with a party that continually smears blacks, along with other minority groups, women and gays is a POS!
Who gives a chit who you applaud. I most certainly don't think getting praise from racists and hypocrites as something to be proud of.
As for the rest of your bs post, hypocrite, you might as well spit in the wind and have it swing back into your face for all it's worth which is nothing!
I'm a Democrat. And you are a...never mind. Arguing with a zealot is a waste of time. Keep on hatin' and lyin' and villifying.
Chicopee

Danbury, CT

#224 Oct 13, 2012
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
I remember when Republican Rep. Wilson screamed out "YOU LIE" when the President came to Congress asking that parties work together to pass a bill.
And that was followed by four years of the party of No doing NOTHING to get Americans back to work.
Why Republicans in Congress got a 9 percent approval rating.
Wrong.
Joe Wilson yelled "YOU LIE" when the President said illegal immigrants wouldn't be covered by Obamacare.
Just sayin'.
Chicopee

Danbury, CT

#225 Oct 13, 2012
Sunobia wrote:
<quoted text>They know this, but are loathed to admit it. At Mitten's rally in PA the racist skin heads came out wearing Romney/Ryan shirts with put the "white" back in the White House.
These are the types that are drawn to their party because of "buzz" words and innuendos thrown out their by the Republicans desperate to win this or any other election. These people are now crawling from underneath rocks, skin heads, nazis, klan members and the likes. It's no different than the massive numbers of southern, racist, democrats who moved over to the Republican party during the 50s and 60s over civil rights. They seem to draw and appeal to the haters in this nation and those who slither out from rocks. This is not the party of Lincoln nor Goldwater or former Republicans and they would be shocked at what their party has become for hoaring after votes.
They have no appeal to the diverse population that now inhabits this country and it's their own fault for their boorish behavior and the lengths they've gone too to get votes.
Why don't you educate yourself? It was the Republicans who pushed for Civil Rights. It was the Democrats who had the likes of the KKK and Nazi's in their ranks.
It was Republicans who did away with Jim Crow laws in the late 1800's. It was the Democrats who re-introduced them, and the Republicans again who did away with them.
It was President Eisenhower who tried three times to get the Civil Rights Act passed...and it was the Senate Majority leader, Lyndon Baines Johnson, who got in his way.
President John F. Kennedy would be right of the Republican party today.
Do you really think because a skinhead showed up at a Republican rally that skinheads represent what the whole of what the party stands for?
If so, then you must think that when the OWS crowd shows up at an Obama rally that they represent what the Democratic party stands for?
Really???

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