Thursday, September 29, 2011

Liberals' views on Herman Cain and the Black Community

I make it a habit to check the Drudge Report each day like most people.

Today featured this story from CNN: Cain: Black community 'brainwashed' into voting for Dems

"African-Americans have been brainwashed into not being open minded, not even considering a conservative point of view," Godfather's Pizza executive Herman Cain said on CNN's "The Situation Room" in an interview airing Wednesday between 5-7 p.m. ET. "I have received some of that same vitriol simply because I am running for the Republican nomination as a conservative. So it's just brainwashing and people not being open minded, pure and simple."
I agree with his statement, and there is nothing but truth and fact to back it up. Blacks consistently vote for liberal politicians nine times out of ten, nationwide. And why? Liberal Democrats promise minorities freebies. They promote laziness. They "take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not" as Thomas Jefferson so eloquently put it. They chain them down with the all powerful outstretched hand in return for a vote. This is how the Democrat party operates and if you cannot see it I seriously suggest you get your brain checked. Many people, however, have not got their brain checked. I scrolled down to read the CNN reader comments. Just listen to a few of these.

"That's really weird seeing Cain accusing someone of being brainwashed.
Repubs serve the corporations and Dems serve the public – so the question to you Mr. Cain is when you look around that boardroom or that big tea-bagger revival tent – how many African-Americans are standing with or even near you?"
---The RNC (Righteous Neanderthal Circus)

Dems serve the public? By "serve" you mean encourage non productivity and laziness? If the Democrats really served the blacks why is it blacks are seven times more likely to go to prison than whites and consistently lead in the unemployment category? Is this some sort of joke? Something is obviously not working.

"Any non wealthy person with a brain should dump the GOP teabagger party. I think that I shall never see, a republican smarter than a tree."
---No Amnesty for Teabaggers - Impeach Republicans

Good point! I just might vote Democrat now!

"The "Black Community" is not brain-washed into voting for Democrats, they vote in the best interest, since the Republicans do absolutely nothing for this community, minorities in general, and the middle-class at large!!!"
---Moderate Sean

Best Interest= Free stuff from gubmint'! Yay! Gimme! Republicans platform is to lower taxes for the middle class, Democrats consistently raise taxes, yet Republicans do nothing for anyone. That makes a lot of sense.

"That's because they know that the republican/tparty is really nothing more then the party of the old south and all they are interested in is making the country safe for lunacy, hypocrisy, hate, and exploitation. The republican/tparty represents today's modern day equivilent of the planation owners who want to bring back slavery. The republican/tparty screams freedom but the only freedom they are interested in is the freedom to exploit others. Caine, like the rest of the republican/tparty candidates and the idiots who vote from them need to get back in the insane asylum where they belong!"

So I guess the Republicans are the new Dems and the Dems are the new Republicans? If you knew some history you'll know it was the Republicans that freed the slaves and the Democrats who opposed Emancipation, and also the Democrats who consistently supported Jim Crowe. This whole racism spiel is getting old. Again, no grasp of history or fact. If the GOP and Tea Partiers are so racist, why is Cain even a frontrunner? Next.

"Orrrr maybe they realize that the GOP is the party of the Rich, White man? Rich, White men who don't particularly care for them? Brainwashed? No, they just know what's up!"

My favorite! The evil rich white man. Sounds like discrimination to me. Or does it not count as discrimination because he is white, male, and has money? I thought everyone was equal! The rich white man probably doesn't care for me either but do I whine and complain about it because I am not as wealthy? No, I don't care. And I won't vote for liberals just because I am butt hurt about it. I'd rather man up, work hard, and possibly be wealthy some day like them! A person like this commenter would rather sit around on a twelve year old couch with stains, eat cheetos, drink beer, smoke weed, watch Maury and collect benefits from the government while they occasionally log on to the internet (paid for by gubmint' funds) to cry "woe is me" and claim how racist the "Teabaggers" are. Loser!

"BRAINWASHED?!?!? No, we are not brainwashed. Republican elected officials consistently legislate against minorities....CONSISTENTLY.

They were against the Civil Rights act
They were against the Dream Act
They were against equal pay for women
They were against the abolition of Don't Ask Don't Tell

We simply see, hear and feel the effects of Republican legislation.

YOU, Herman Cain, have been brainwashed into believing that the GOtP accept you as an equal.
You are a token. You are a pawn. You are a tool. You are a cover for the racist agenda for the Republican party."

Being against the Civil Rights Act does not constitute racism. It says the government has no business telling private citizen business owners who they can and cannot hire. The Dream Act is a push to legalize illegal immigrant criminals who slapped all legal immigrants in the face when they broke the law. Why is supporting this a good thing? Equal pay for women...again...why is it the government's place to dictate business practice in the private sector? Thomas Jefferson would be rolling over in his grave. Abolition of Don't Ask Don't Tell? Oh don't even get me started. If you want my entire response to that little ray of sunshine, here you go. Token, pawn, tool? Wanna throw Uncle Tom in there too? Why can a black man not be conservative and for limited government? Because this is how the liberal mind works....if you are black, you automatically must be programmed to need help from the government, therefore you are a Democrat. If you are black, and are a conservative, you are a misprogrammed traitor working for the white man, and not a "real" African American. That is the very definition of racism and this commenter, and the liberals in general, demonstrate it with amazing clarity!

I could go on and on with this idiocy. There were plenty of other comments I could have posted, but after cleaning up the vomit off of my laptop, I figured it wasn't worth it.

Just with these few comments you can see the mindset of the Obama voter and the progressive movement. They favor government power, because government is the solution to everything. They are wrong. Their hollow words of reply actually backed up everything Herman Cain said. I can't help but laugh.


Fredd said...

Sorry, Hack. I did not read a single solitary word of those liberal idiot comments you posted.

I don't need to, I already know what they have to say.

We don't need to argue with these idiots, we simply need to defeat them unconditionally.

Jim McKee said...

In 5 minutes of research, I learned that a ~much~ higher percentage of Republicans voted for passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act than Democrats. So who REALLY opposed it?

Also, Dems should go Google the following names: Robert Byrd, Strom Thurmond, George Wallace, Orval Faubus... all Democrats.

Gorges Smythe said...

I've always said that the Democratic Party is the party of anger and ignorance. And if you question the angry ones, you soon learn that they can't even give you a logical reason for their anger.

Anonymous said...

In 5 minutes of research, I learned that a ~much~ higher percentage of Republicans voted for passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act than Democrats. So who REALLY opposed it?

What percentage of those Republicans were from the South/ex-Confederate states? Only one from the Senate: John Tower (of Texas), and he voted against CRA-64. I'll leave it to a five-minute-researcher to determine the political milieu of the GOP at that time when only one senator out of 22 (two from each of eleven ex-Confederate states) was a Republican. Or the already growing divisions within the GOP over such matters. Doesn't take me five minutes to remember that the GOP nominee in 1964 was one of the Republicans who voted AGAINST CRA-64 and that was his wedge issue in the general election in the South. Not only did Goldwater oppose CRA-64, so did the other conservative members of the GOP caucus like Hickenlooper (Iowa). Senator Dirksen, a pro-New Deal Republican, took a lot of heat from the conservative wing of the party. Which, as I wrote above, had only one member from the South. Today, Dirksen would be opposed with a teabagger candidate for being too moderate or liberal; his only purpose in today's GOP is to serve as cover for disingenuous twits who want to take credit and pretend that they're not what they really are.

By the way, here's some help with the math:

The filibuster in the Senate was ended by GOP liberals and moderates, not by the conservative wing of the party. For conservatives, especially Southern ones, today to take credit for that -- as if they've always been the dominant wing of the GOP -- is risible. Side-splitting risibility.

Today's GOP is much more reflective of those who opposed CRA-64. It's gd-freaking ironic that those Johnnie-come-latelies to the GOP would call the mostly New England/Midwestern establishment moderates and liberals in the GOP who helped end the filibuster and pass CRA-64 names like RINOs today. Then again, you're probably unable to find much support from Lincoln for the modern GOP shift to being an adamantly pro-states rights party. Remember that next time you want to talk about freeing slaves or passing civil rights legislation if you're political views are more in line with a Southern Democrat circa 1868 than with a pre-Goldwater/Reagan-Southern-Strategy Republican.

Remember, you wingnuts, teabaggers, and amoral minority wackos used to be the RINOs, or at the very least a marginal part of a bigger tent that was dominated by the centrists you now revile. At least you should give credit where it's due. "Freeing the slaves" involved denying the kind of states rights positions you nutjobs hold today. "Helping pass LBJ-era civil rights" legislation was over the objections of your wing of the party. You new Southern-style Republicans didn't build the GOP or broaden its big tent. You've made it a more regional party and, with teabag BS purity tests, a much more rigidly ideological one -- which, again, is ironic when the new ideologies (pre-Civil War-style states rights and opposition to civil rights legislation) oppose the things you want to take credit for. Amazing... lol.