How to destroy a black man, Democrat style

I just read an article at the Weekly Standard blog describing the comments made by MSNBC analyst Karen Finney:

One of the things about Herman Cain is, I think that he makes that white Republican base of the party feel okay, feel like they are not racist because they can like this guy,” Finney said.  “I think he’s giving that base a free pass.  And I think they like him because they think he’s a black man who knows his place.  I know that’s harsh, but that’s how it sure seems to me.

Nice.  Make Cain seem like a sock puppet.  Can you imagine the uproar if some conservative said that Øbama was “a black man that knows his place” or “”I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy,” Biden said. “I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”?  But liberals get a pass.  Finney is as white as a piece of Wonder bread, but her longstanding Democrat party affiliations (see bio here) enable her to say anything she wants with impunity.  I am surprised she didn’t just say he was “acting white” for all the difference it would have made.

This is the latest mode of attack by the Democrats on a conservative black man that they feel could be a threat to Øbama, who has no economic credentials whatsoever.  As the Weekly Standard article points out, Elijah Cummings said to David Gregory on Meet the Press: “I think when [members of the Tea Party] can vote for a Herman Cain and hear him say the things that he says they feel like, ‘Well, you know, I can, I support this guy and…so it shows that I’m not racist and I’m supportive.’”  Sure, why not take a shot at the TEA party while making racist attacks on another black man, right?  The article also notes that alleged comedienne Janeane Garafalo has been spewing the same message.  In other words, to a liberal, you can’t be a conservative and not be racist.  There is no redemption from the false accusations of liberals.  It would destroy their fundamental belief system.  And if you are black, and stray off the Democrat plantation, you are nothing more than an “Uncle Tom” or a “house ni**er”.  Just do a casual search of “attacks on Clarence Thomas” and you will see.  Remember the racist cartoons of Condoleeza Rice?  Try that with Øbama.

This is not to say that conservative Hispanics have gotten a pass.   Remember Miguel Estrada, George W. Bush’s 2001 candidate for the Supreme Court?  He had it all: a compelling life story, superb schooling and training, excellent legal record, the highest rating by the American Bar Association etc.   Too bad he was a conservative though.   He was ambushed by Schumer and the Democrats in the hearings, and suffered an unprecedented filibuster of a Supreme Court nominee at the circuit court level.  He was lynched, in other words, for not being on the Democrat plantation.

The bottom line is that the liberals, despite all their accusations against conservatives claiming that they use “racism”, “code words” etc., are some of the biggest practitioners of racism in the country.  And that doesn’t even consider that the Democrats and all their decades of entitlement programs have done virtually nothing to aid blacks in this country.  Just check out the unemployment rate, or the quality of education blacks receive (and their reward for trying and liking tuition vouchers in Washington D.C.).  History shows that liberals will not hesitate to employ unrelenting and disgustingly racist attacks on conservative minorities.  And nothing happens to them.

There’s a litmus test for minority appointments to the Supreme court: conservatives need not apply.  The Dixiecrats live.

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52 Responses to "How to destroy a black man, Democrat style"

  1. winnie says:

    I remember one of the libs in the chatroom calling Juan Williams a “token black” for Fox after the ultimate lefty organization, NPR, fired him.  She apparently didn’t have an issue with NPR — a liberal media outlet — firing a man of color, she had a problem with Fox — a conservative media outlet — HIRING HIM!!!  Sounds very similar to what’s going on with Herman Cain and the liberal idiots who are denigrating him by implying that he’s basically the Republican party’s “token black”.  I could have sworn that democrats were color blind…but then again, I thought they cared about the homeless, too, so I guess their platform has changed and I didn’t get the memo.

  2. crystal4 says:

    Here it is…the post that explains that because Cain is the front runner absolutely proves that there are and never were ANY racists in the Tea Party!!!
    The right loves to incessantly bring up being called RAAAAACISTS so they can cry about being VIIIIIICTIMS!

    • Lynn says:

      The truth according to the MSM and all closed minded true believers, “The Right is always racist, but the Left has no faults”. How ludicrous. It is as ludicrous as the all time Na-Na-Na-Na- Na game of Kindergarten. The reply is sticks and stones will break my bones, but names will never hurt me. Have a nice day!

    • Dimsdale says:

      Isn’t the point of the post to show that it is the Democrats who display the most overt and hideous racism?  Why is a Democrat black candidate “historic” while a Republican black candidate “knows his place”??

  3. winnie says:

    naaaah…I think the democrats are pissed off that the Republicans have a viable candidate who *happens to be black* and THEY won’t be able to pull the race card should Cain be nominated.  When I vote for Cain in the primary I won’t be voting for him to prove I’m not racist…I don’t need to prove that to anybody.  I’ll be doing it because he is the best candidate and has more potential to beat obama than anyone else.  For liberal fools like Finney to assume that they know the reasons I’d be voting for Cain is insulting.  And what about black republicans?  What’s her logic for that?  That there aren’t any???
    From what I’ve experienced/witnessed, liberals project onto others everything they hate about themselves.

    • crystal4 says:

      Can’t wait to see who we are voting for next month.

      • Lynn says:

        According to your remark it seems that there is something wrong with the winnowing process of debates, straw polls and state primaries. It is the process used by both parties. Presumably, for members of their respective parties to make the best choice to represent them. I suppose all Democrats decided immediately to support Obama. Yet, that makes no sense because there was a strong base of support for Hillary Clinton. I think Mr. Spock says it best, “Illogical”.

      • Dimsdale says:

        No mystery there: I would have thought Øbama was your man.

  4. Anybody but Obama says:

    Crystal you should be the last one to weigh in about race after your comment about Marco Rubio on August 25th. Do I need to go and get the racist statement you wrote?

    • Dimsdale says:

      You forget: liberals and their apologists can say anything they want and get away with it.

    • crystal4 says:

      I’ll say it again!
      He should go back to Cuba (Kenya)!
      He is a secret Muslim!
      Where is his birth certificate?
      He is a Nazi!
      3 years of hearing this about Obama …sarcastically throw these insinuations back at the “flavor of the day” of the right…wow! Never ending comments.

  5. just sayin says:

    Yawn. You know, someone once said that liberals have great difficulty reasoning beyond the obvious, and the problem with the obvious is that it is so often wrong. This is similar to what another individual once said: “The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, it is just that they know so much that isn’t so.” – Ronald Reagan, October 27, 1964. This bears repeating and just moving-on every time a crystal4 or a Finney spews their drivel ignorance rather than trying to help them with their reasoning abilities. Like the schoolyard bully, the best way to respond is to do the direct opposite of what they want and expect their target to do (and that is to fight) in attempts to help themselves feel superior.


  6. ricbee says:

    Speaking of “code words”,what about;liberal & gay? They are just the opposite. The racists see racism everywhere because that is what they are.

  7. sammy22 says:

    Dims, you can be counted on to be dismissive and on the defensive. But, wait……

  8. crystal4 says:

    Seriously, back to Cain…I paid no attention to the GOP candidates until I started hearing, reading “Cain quotes” like wow…do you guys just pick the most outrageous guy?? I can see the distrust of Romney with the flip-flopping on every issue….how about Huntsman, he is totally ignored.
    From everything I have heard (Huntsman was on CSPAN yesterday and other shows on network tv.) he appears to be so articulate and bright.

    • Lazybum says:

      I love the liberal response to the GOP process- pick the guy who is most like the  socialist leader they hope for….very predictable.

    • Dimsdale says:

      To quote a woman that the Democrats tried (and are still trying) to destroy, “How’s that hopey changey thing working out for you (us)?”

  9. Dimsdale says:

    Maybe I should have named the post “The Democrats doth protest too much, methinks”….

    • crystal4 says:

      OK, Shakespeare, run with Cain…what do I care…actually it will be fun. He is like the male version of Bachmann.

      • Dimsdale says:

        What does this post have to do with “running with Cain”?  It is about how the so called “tolerant” Democrat big tent is trying to destroy a black man (among others) using race as the baseball bat.
        And since you brought it up, any way you look at it, Cain is far more qualified to be president than Øbama.  Even after three years.

  10. sammy22 says:

    No need to elaborate, Dims. You proved my point with your exchange w/ crystal4.

    • Dimsdale says:

      Yes, I can see how a fact filled response could be construed as being “dismissive or on the defensive”.  Elaboration is unnecessary.

  11. sammy22 says:

    Fact filled responses, eh? Q.e.d.

    • Dimsdale says:

      I answered her question, and corrected her on the topic at hand.  Twice.  I would entreat you to review some of my earlier posts, i.e. the $5500 Mac post, wherein I refuted her contentions with a full review of quoted polls and contrary polls.
      Of course, I guess I could just sit there and say, “I’ll never work” and “Lotsa luck with that” and “Nothing but rhetoric” or “just face the realities of the situation” or “everything posted here is a myth” or “You all are hoping for things to happen that WILL NOT happen.”  etc., etc., but that would be dismissive, wouldn’t it?  Or was this defensive?  Fact filled?  No.  😉

  12. crystal4 says:

    “It is about how the so called “tolerant” Democrat big tent is trying to destroy a black man (among others) using race as the baseball bat.”
    The only one who consistently brings up race in relation to Cain is you.
    And his “destruction” is coming from his own party, establishment GOP via Politico…coming out with the sexual harassment bombshell. (They want him out..the Dems want him in.)
    (“Politico is owned by Allbritton Communicat
    ­ions. Allbrittto­n Communicat­ions is owned by Joe Allbritton­, DC billionair­e; friend of the Reagans; business partner of right-wing Chilean dictator, Augusto Pinochet; owner of the (now-defun­ct) right-wing Washington Star; trustee of the George Bush presidenti­al library.

    Frederick J. Ryan Jr., former Assistant to President Ronald Reagan, is President and CEO of Politico.”)

    • Dimsdale says:

      Wow!  Politico is a right wing publication?  First I’ve heard of that, but then, from your perspective, I doubt there is much to be seen to the left of you.  With John F. Harris and Jim VandeHei both leaving The Washington Post (no friend of the conservative) to become Politico’s editor-in-chief and executive editor, that would be difficult at best.
      Anyway, that story really worked: Cain’s donations apparently doubled, according to the CBS Early Show this morning.  Remember: there is no bad publicity.  If your name is out there, people know who you are and are ripe to find out more.  You can’t buy that!  A real pro would have popped this nugget sometime in next October.  You could be right though, I wouldn’t put it past one of his opponents to drop this bomb, just like Al Gore and the Willie Horton story that tanked Dukakis, and the old school Republicans probably prefer Romney.   Another reason I am not a Republican.
      Some questions to ponder: why was Øbama’s candidacy and subsequent presidency “historic”?  Why is every criticism of Øbama twisted by the left as being racially motivated?  Why, to the left, is Cain’s candidacy everything from an attempt at (an…

      • Dimsdale says:

        … (an unsuccessful) redemption from slavery and bigotry to the Republicans putting up a token black who “knows his place”?  That’s what the liberal intellectual giants like Garafalo purport.  (not me)

      • crystal4 says:

        Bill O’Reilly even said last night these “leaks” are coming from Republicans.

    • Lynn says:

      I hope no Democrat wants to be part of the racist Democrat redneck lynching of Cain.

  13. crystal4 says:

    yes, Cain got a lot of donations via playing victim and demonizing these woman….maybe he is telling the truth.  One wants out of her confidentiality agreement…he should let her talk.
    On the other side, maybe he should keep this going as it is keeping the news off of the alleged campaign and tax law violations which are felonies.
    Anyway, Dimsdale, Ann Coulter’s statement “Our blacks are so much better than their blacks” sorta says it all, doesn’t it?

    • Lynn says:

      It doesn’t make any difference what she says, anyone will lie if they are paid enough. Personally, Cain speaks his mind at every juncture, that is his core. It is interesting that Bill Clinton never heard a whimper from NOW, talk about hypocrites, libs top them all.

    • Dimsdale says:

      Coulter says it in jest, Democrats say it with actions.

    • Dimsdale says:

      If the women want to speak, let them.   After they pay back the money they got for signing a confidentiality agreement, of course.  If it is “he said, she said”, then it is pointless.  If there is verifiable evidence, then go after him.

      • crystal4 says:

        He is breaching the confidentiality agreement by talking about the woman and calling her a liar so her lawyer is saying she should be released from it as well. Wouldn’t you want to defend yourself in this instance?

      • Dimsdale says:

        He did not initiate the claims, but is responding to them, which is his right.  If he is abiding by the terms of the agreement, then that is that.  If not, then it becomes null and void, or whatever penalties are stipulated in the contract.

  14. crystal4 says:

    One last thought, Dimsdale…you need to rename your post. “How to destroy a black man, Republican style”.

    • Dimsdale says:

      Like Willie Horton, let’s see where the chips fall.  And what about the other examples?

      • crystal4 says:

        (AP) — Third former employee complains of workplace sexual behavior by GOP candidate Herman Cain.

      • Dimsdale says:

        Again, let’s see the evidence, not hearsay.  You did not address what was done to Estrada etc. either.

  15. winnie says:

    lmao…Just came down to the storm shelter to charge my laptop and can’t believe that this is still being beaten to death.  The only people who want to destroy a black republican presidential candidate are liberals.  I almost fell off my chair when I read that politico is a “right wing” org.  I reeeeeeally needed that laugh today. 

  16. crystal4 says:

    “The Perry campaign needs to apologize to Herman Cain and his family,” Mark Block said Wednesday on FOX News.
    Block is Cain’s campaign manager. it came from Perry’s camp.
    Now can you rewrite the title? LOL

    • crystal4 says:

      “Republican­ presidenti­al hopeful Michele Bachmann says her party can’t have a nominee with “surprises­” in his record,…­…”
      “How to destroy a black man, Republican style”

    • Dimsdale says:

      If you will read my post on November 1 at 10:18, you will see that I agreed with you on that likelihood, as was the case in the Willie Horton debacle.

    • Dimsdale says:

      As for the title, absolutely not.  If true, accusations of sexual harassment are not racist, unless you want them to be.  In no way do these alleged revelations negate what the likes of Garafalo, Finney, Cummings and other liberal toadies have said about Cain and other minority conservatives. 
      How about addressing those?

      • crystal4 says:

        Oh come on….be honest, puh-leeze. You would be screaming “racist” if these revelations were found to be leaked from the democratic campaign

      • Dimsdale says:

        Actually, no I would not.  My post, if you remember it, was about the blatantly racist attacks on Cain and other conservative minorities by so called “tolerant” liberals.  Unless there was some as yet undisclosed racial component about the alleged harassment incidents, your bringing it up has little to do with the post.
        Now address the actual post.

  17. Lynn says:

    People will never get it. It doesn’t matter who said what first. The whole MSM is the lynch mob. I believe there is money out there for the women to talk. Follow the money.

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