The big black cloud that hangs over America

It’s the repeated false charges of racism being leveled by leftists whose only purpose in doing so is to stymie criticism.  This time it was Ed Schultz:

Schultz has since apologized but not for leveling the racism charge instead he apologizes only for selective editing.

These are sick, seriously sick, people.

Sick and twisted.

Might America see them for who they truly are.

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Posted by on August 17, 2011.
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  • Anonymous

    Schultz is incredibly deceptive, dishonest, and shrill. It was a black day when he signed on with MSNBC. He has been a black mark on their reputation. Schultz should be blacklisted and blackballed. This incident is a real black eye for him. MSNBC is a black hole of rational thought. I’d send Shultz an email, but I can’t afford a blackberry unless I can find one on the black market.

    Enough. I’m about ready to black out.

    • herddog505

      It’s not a “real black eye” to MSNBC’s audience.  More like, “Yeah, man!  Speak truth to power, man!”

    • Anonymous

      iwog, you have me thinking dark thoughts. Like, did Ed slip into a black mood, in his dark place when Vice Consul of the US Consulate Maureen Chao said, “I became dirty and dark, like a Tamilian” last week? Or is his outrage more selective?

      • Anonymous

        Liberals are very “selective” in their “outrage”.  It’s very highly “nuanced”.

        • Anonymous

          Ain’t it grand that the very people who lecture us (endlessly) about our need to be more inclusive, at the same time can treat everyone else who isn’t exactly like them as “the other.”

    • Anonymous

      iwog, you have me thinking dark thoughts. Like, did Ed slip into a black mood, in his dark place when Vice Consul of the US Consulate Maureen Chao said, “I became dirty and dark, like a Tamilian” last week? Or is his outrage more selective?

    • Ken in Camarillo

      I don’t think it was a black day for MSNBC when Ed signed on. After all, that event raised the average IQ at both the place Ed came from, and at MSNBC.

  • Jeff Blogworthy

    I take it back. I meant “big Communist cloud.”

  • Anonymous

    Schultz is incredibly dishonest with his editing and his comments.  If Mr. Schultz sees a racist behind every tree and it is the first allegation that keeps coming out of his mouth, then he may have a problem with racism himself.  In fact, the leftest state, which creates a massive entitlement society that institutionalizes poverty is, in and of itself, condemning the poor and needy in our society to a lifetime of poverty at the subsistence level.  Governor Perry’s very clear and unambiguous remarks about the federal deficit being a dark cloud over our economy could not possibly have been misinterpreted.  So Mr. Schultz, why don’t you examine your motives for this very clear misrepresentation of those remarks.     

  • Anonymous

    Schultz is incredibly dishonest with his editing and his comments.  If Mr. Schultz sees a racist behind every tree and it is the first allegation that keeps coming out of his mouth, then he may have a problem with racism himself.  In fact, the leftest state, which creates a massive entitlement society that institutionalizes poverty is, in and of itself, condemning the poor and needy in our society to a lifetime of poverty at the subsistence level.  Governor Perry’s very clear and unambiguous remarks about the federal deficit being a dark cloud over our economy could not possibly have been misinterpreted.  So Mr. Schultz, why don’t you examine your motives for this very clear misrepresentation of those remarks.     

  • Anonymous

    The big black cloud that is the shadow of Ed’s big fat ass.

  • PBunyan

    It’s just projection.  People who judge others on the basis of their skin color rather than on the content of their character–which is esentially the definiton of a Democrat– think everyone else thinks like they do.

    News flash Ed, not everyone is biggot.  It may seem like that to you since you and everyone you know are, but it’s not true.

  • Anonymous

    Fat Eddie’s apology was for being caught.

  • Anonymous

    I think of Barry as more of a black pariah..

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/EU5DQWQTTHTPO4A4ZYSL3AAV2U Adjoran

    If Schultz really thought that Perry’s statement was racist, he wouldn’t have seen any need to edit it mid-sentence.  That he did edit it shows he knew fully well what he was doing.

    That some people scream “raaaaaaacism!” to avoid unpleasant truths is bad enough, but Schutz’ disorder and crime is of an entirely different level.  He purports to be a bringer of news, of truth, yet he is an intentional deceiver, a liar and prevaricator, a propagandist for an overreaching state.

  • Joe Miller

    You can’t say “black hole” because that’s racist even though it’s a scientific term. You can’t say “niggardly” because that’s racist even though it evolved totally apart from anything racial. You can’t say “tar baby” because that’s racist even though the story is about an Indian. And now you can’t say “black cloud” because that’s racist. Is it okay to say “really, really dark cloud”? Or is the “dark” part implied racism?

  • Anonymous

    Someone should tell Fat Eddie that the RACE CARD is to be held until the final weeks of the 2012 campaign.

    Or is it that Fat Eddie already knows THE CARD is already way overdrawn?

  • retired.military

    If they had said “big white cloud” when Bush was in office would anyone say racist.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bob-Armstrong/100002793292779 Bob Armstrong

    We all know Tea Party folks didn’t suddenly turn racist when Obama was elected — they were racist long before that.

    And Guess what Tea Party? Americans rank you below muslims and atheists.. lol

    In an op-ed article in the New York Times, Robert D. Putnam, a professor
    of public policy at Harvard, and David E. Campbell, a political
    scientist at Notre Dame, say they have collected data indicating that
    the tea party is “less popular than much maligned groups like ‘atheists’ and ‘Muslims.’”

    Yep – less popular than Muslims. I bet that makes you happy.

    And what about racism?

    “They are overwhelmingly white, but even compared to other white
    Republicans, they had a low regard for immigrants and blacks long before
    Barack Obama was president, and they still do.”

    Well, there you go! Proof postive that the tea party crowd didn’t suddenlty turn racist – they hated non-whites LONG before OBama was elected.

    • donwalk

      Next time they might poll someone other than Liberal Democrats!
      I just saw a poll that collected data indicating that Democrats are less popular than Muslim Terrorists, the Taliban, and Casey Anthony – proof positive! 

      • Anonymous

        You know Don I just saw a poll (libs seem to like polls) that shows 26% approve of Obama’s handling of the economy, 71% disapprove, man that’s a lot of racists. Obviously, the truth is Obama and his team are failing to lead.

    • Anonymous

      So are you ok with the absolutely deplorable treatment of Condi Rice, Colin Powell, Justice Thomas, Michael Steel and others at the hands of your friends the liberals? Probably not as they are not the right kind of African Americans right?

  • Anonymous

    Let’s BLACKball ‘em all, bloody BLACKguards!