MSNBC contributor: You’re racists, Romney is using “code words” and we fear the scary black man

I just have no idea what to say here, other than WTF? Touré, who is a self-described TV host, novelist, journalist and cultural critic threw down the race card again, and normally I’d just chalk it up to a socialist racist being a socialist racists – that’s right Touré, I’m calling you a racist – but this time this fool outright said GOP candidate Mitt Romney’s recent comments represents the “niggerization” of the campaign.

What did Romney say?

Over the last four years, this President has pushed Republicans and Democrats as far apart as they can go. And now he and his allies are pushing us all even further apart by dividing us into groups. He demonizes some. He panders to others. His campaign strategy is to smash America apart and then cobble together 51 percent of the pieces.

If an American president wins that way, we all lose. …

So, Mr. President, take your campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago and let us get about rebuilding and reuniting America.

Touré – who thinks he’s so popular he only needs one name – referred to Romney’s comments today on MSNBC.

Recently I have not been able to post much, but when I write, I write about issues that matter to me. When someone like this idiot suggest the opinions I have – which happen to match exactly what Romney said – represents the “niggerization” of the campaign, I get physically ill. Seriously, I feel like I’m going to puke right now.

In this man’s eyes, President Obama can do no wrong, and if the conservative blogosphere or someone who is running for office disagrees with the current path we are on, we are automatically racist since the president happens to be a black guy. I don’t see black, I don’t see Mulatto (I actually had to look that word up), I don’t see a minority or someone of mixed race.

I see a socialist, and I think I’ve proven my case during the last three and a half years.

More at Gateway Pundit, Big Journalism and Steven Hayward at Powerline who notes…

In the 1980 election, Jimmy Carter’s wild charges that Ronald Reagan was a racist backfired badly on him, and propelled the media to start writing about Carter’s “meanness” factor …

Look for liberals to get even more desperate if polls show Romney pulling ahead.  Those who don’t remember the past are fated to repeat it.  I’m guessing even liberals who do remember 1980 won’t be able to help themselves.

13 replies
  1. dairyair
    dairyair says:

    Too bad the clip wasn’t longer so the conservative at the round table could chime in…HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! I forgot, it was MSNBC. Only Fox gives both sides air time. Lame stream, indeed!

  2. PatRiot
    PatRiot says:

    Does anyone have the code book??
    It also appears that this “live” show was scripted – This guy looked down onto?the table top numerous times.? Perhaps making sure he hit on all?his talking points.?

  3. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    I looked at Tour?’s bio: attended Milton Academy, Emory (dare I say, a member of the “1%”?), a spotty record and firing from Rolling Stone magazine, the requisite Columbia grad school (training school for liberals), then a series of books that read like Michelle ?bama’s thesis (the persecuted black), all pointing to a career at MSNBC.
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    So who better qualified to expound on Romney’s so called “racism”?? This lout has made a career of finding racism under every nook and cranny, with all the credibility of Al Sharpton.
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    Turning to this false racism charge is a sure sign of the utter desperation of the ?bama campaign and the DNC.?? The absolutely can’t run on a record of success, so tearing down the other guy is the only avenue left open to them.
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    Compare: “the other” vs. “the Mormon”; “the scary black man” vs. “the killer of union wives”; “hate” vs. “felon”.?? You get the idea: once again, the Dems accuse others of doing exactly what they are doing or plan to do.

  4. JBS
    JBS says:

    I have been wondering about Obama for many years. At first, I thought he was following some Marxist line. Lately, I understand his goal is to utterly demolish America. While he has done little or nothing for the black citizens of this country, he has waged a consistent campaign of hatred, division and confiscation against the whites of this country. It is the meme of Black Power. Black racial superiority. He really is an echo of Jeremiah Wright.
    Obama’s sycophants and court flatters are openly displaying their decidedly pro-black bias by charging everyone who would dare disagree with their anointed one as being racist. It is insulting. Injecting the “n” word, in any form, is smug and superior. Rational interchange instantly disappears. Thoughtful dialogue is replaced by loaded, coded rhetoric. It is the equivalent of the “wife beating” question; it is a conversation stopper, a hyper-cynical challenge. It is Tour? who is putting blacks back on the plantation. I’m surprised gaffetastic Joe hasn’t said that. Yet.


    A demagogic liberal will always tell you what he really thinks. Just listen. Tour? says it plainly. He hits all of the talking points. He uses a debate technique…

  5. JBS
    JBS says:

    . . . He immediately dominates the conversation with a highly controversial, suspect, racial charge. A trained and practiced Obama supporter with a “hate whitey” racial agenda. He is an Obamaton.
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    This kind of stuff doesn’t play well in Peoria. Obama is moving from the gutter to the sewer. He is desperate.
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    • Eric
      Eric says:

      Frankly speaking, this kind of babble doesn’t play well to the majority of Americans. ?It’s normal for liberals to categorize people, put tags on them with neat little explanations as to who/why they are what they are, and then treat them accordingly. ?Such a shallow group these lefty’s are!

  6. WagTheDog
    WagTheDog says:

    Okay – I’m going to speak in code.? This Tour? guy is speaking from a position of delusion.? That’s code for HE’S SO STUPID!? Not one word that came out of his mouth made sense.? Jimmy “The rent’s too damn high” McMillan made more sense.

  7. stinkfoot
    stinkfoot says:

    I cordially invite Tour? and his ilk to consume fecal matter and expire.? I trust there’s little difficulty in cracking this oh-so-cryptic code.

  8. Tim-in-Alabama
    Tim-in-Alabama says:

    Dems like Barry Obama, Joe the Dumber and Tourettes are giving us some classic phrases to ridicule this election season.

    • Lynn
      Lynn says:

      Yes, their silly comments are like earworms, causing hystical laughter each time your brain reruns the clip.

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