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When you sit in the pews of a bigoted church for 20 years...

... then you can't be surprised when what follows is considered to be race transcendence:

Coming our way via John at Verum Serum who adds:

What's striking is that he admits to most of the facts in the case, even admitting that it was "too black and too strong." But he then blames the whole reaction to it on John McCain's poll watchers and a vendetta by the Bush Justice department.

It's also noteworthy that Shabazz thinks the slap on the wrist the Holder DOJ gave one individual in the NBPP is a joke. He's right about that.


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Comments (24)

Yeah, the guy is "prohibite... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Yeah, the guy is "prohibited from carrying a deadly weapon near a polling place until Nov 2012".

Hey! Just in time for Barry to run for re-election! Coincidence?

WHITEY DID IT! ... (Below threshold)
914:

WHITEY DID IT!

Glad to see the Wizbang obl... (Below threshold)
Dane:

Glad to see the Wizbang obligatory Saturday homage to the KKK is out of the way. Or will this be one of those weekends where every other post is about race in one way or the other?

Will someone please ban Dan... (Below threshold)
howcome:

Will someone please ban Dane. He is taking up exactly where Lee Tard left off. His posts add absolutely nothing to the discussion here and I believe turn people away from this excellent blog. Sorry about the rant.

What a simple world Dane li... (Below threshold)

What a simple world Dane lives in. One either embraces the militant, violent New Black Panthers or one is a racist.

We must make note of the fact that Dane and the Obama regime have no problems with armed vigilante groups deciding to provide their own "polling security" on election day. Funny, I thought that was the sort of thing the Civil Rights movement was fought over... and they won.

J.

Armed vigilante groups? Is ... (Below threshold)
Dane:

Armed vigilante groups? Is that your latest pant-wetting nightmare? Poor baby.

racist bigots crack me up, sorta.

A USAToday.com story about demographic changes in the nation's kindergartens turned into open season on Latinos. "Go to any ER, school, jail and see first hand what race is over consuming precious US resources?" one comment said. Another complained in ugly terms about Latino birthrates.

Some believe such comments indicate that racism has not declined as much as people may think. Joe Feagin, a sociologist at Texas A&M University, said a study he conducted of 626 white college students at 28 institutions revealed thousands of examples of racism in "backstage," all-white settings.

Racism is alive and well in backstage venue like Wizbang. You can't go more than a day or two without coming across a post like this - raw meat to the racist bigots on the right who just slobber this stuff up -- while right wingtards defend the rights of racists to gather in congregation and grunt their approval.

It's more than stupidity, it's a whole new level of racism. One that's encouraged and promoted online.

Shorter Dane: You can't exp... (Below threshold)

Shorter Dane: You can't expect them darkies to live up to the same standards as decent white folk, and you're a racist if you even try.

J.

Dane,I think you s... (Below threshold)
jim m:

Dane,

I think you should learn hat there is a difference between people holding prejudiced beliefs and expressing them in company where they feel safe and actual discrimination that infringes upon other people's civil rights.

When white people in "backstage" environments make racist remarks they are merely expressing those prejudices and their own ignorance.

On the other hand, people who openly advocate violent oppression of others based on race and actually take to the street to act upon those beliefs are breaking the law whether their targets are black or white or any other race.

The NBPP case is one where obama's DOJ decided that being black is a free pass to infringe upon the civil rights of others.

Not only was this case a legal winner, but the video has been seen by millions of voters who have decided for themselves that these two men are racist thugs. Americans have seen that obama and his administration are no different from these racist thugs because they have chosen the same side.

Obama sat and listened to a vulgar racist for two decades. He allowed his children to be taught by a vulgar racist. He has taken sides with racist thugs against people whose only crime is that they want to vote and may be inclined to vote against him.

Excuse me if I think that the only racist relevant to this discussion is obama.

There is no finer exampl... (Below threshold)
gaius piconius:

There is no finer example of black leadership or black social influence than this. It is 100 percent clear to me on the other side of your northern border that black America is nourished primarily by such crap. Crap, because it is style masquerading as substance....and may God help these people in their near total malaise. Is there any other explanation required for American black contempt for other minorities. They sign up for this kind of direction giving, and finish up perpetually sucking hind teat. Given the fact that there is really decent, really worthwhile black leadership available I never fail to make note of just how welcome such nonsense, as shown above, is received by these poor, gullible people. Give thanks though that other minorities do not subscribe so willingly to this kind of persuasion. America would be unmanagable otherwise.
Talk about being the author of your own misfortunes!

He's welcome to try this sa... (Below threshold)
oldpuppymax:

He's welcome to try this same act at MY polling place this November.

jim m in #8,Thread... (Below threshold)
Sky Captain:

jim m in #8,

Thread winner!

Dane,

Project much?

Where does Dane stand on Sh... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Where does Dane stand on Shitfizz calling for the 'killing of cracker babies'.

............crickets..................

Dane, every time you post y... (Below threshold)
zaugg:

Dane, every time you post you prove my theory that Liberalism is a mental defect. Thanks.

Don't forget, it is the dem... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Don't forget, it is the democratic apparatus and Dane that think minorities are not up to facing the same challenge as whites. The democrats do not think they are smart enough to achieve on their own. That is the definition of racist. Conservatives believe ALL people who work hard and achieve have a place at the table. Conservatives do not think just because of skin color, they are not on par with whites. That is a democratic belief. ww

Go to hell rev Lee Ward Dan... (Below threshold)
914:

Go to hell rev Lee Ward Dane!

If I was a white voter that... (Below threshold)
ODA315:

If I was a white voter that was turned away that day, based on the testimony given yesterday and the high probability of the Repubs taking back congress, I'd be shopping for a good civil rights attorney and getting my bank account ready for a windfall.

Dane's World, Dane's World.... (Below threshold)
John:

Dane's World, Dane's World. Jez give it rest Dane you're a one trick pony.

Wanna see institutional racism take a quick look at the voting rights division of the DOJ, doesn't get more institutional than that.

obama's political agenda is... (Below threshold)
olsoljer:

obama's political agenda is weakening America from within, and attempting to destroy our political and military defenses.

Illegal aliens suck close to a trillion dollars (or more) out of our economy each year, money and programs that are designed to help the American citizens.

Both these are destroying the fabric of America.

Where is the racism in wanting this to end?

Black people can be racist,... (Below threshold)
tyree:

Black people can be racist, and Shabazz is indeed racist, and those who defend his actions and refuse to prosecute him are racist.

The Democratic Party that instituted and defended Jim Crow segregation for so many decades was racist.

And Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (D-Disneyland) is a racist. But it is OK in President Obama's administration for "people of color" to be racist, as long as they are Democrats.

No State shall mak... (Below threshold)
Eric:
No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. - 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution

The Voting Rights Act doesn't say anything about only protecting minorities. When members of the Department of Justice decide that the Voting Rights Act only applies to minorities then it is a clear violation of the 14th Amendment.

I feel shame and pity for the people who are so blinded by partisan zeal that they can't bring forth the courage to stand up and say this is wrong.

I feel shame and pity for the people who would rationalize away an unlawful act rather than stand up to their own side.

And Dane,The members... (Below threshold)
tyree:

And Dane,
The membership of the KKK has been mostly Democrats since it beginnings. At it's worst the KKK lynched thousands of blacks, who were almost all Republicans and over a thousand whites, who were almost all Republicans. My mother-in-laws family was forced out of Oklahoma by rifle toting clan members. Ignorant hate mongers such as yourself who bleat on about the Klan being a Republican group just serve to prove John Kerry's point about voters in this country.
I am a Republican and I my mother-in-law is a Democrat, and both of us chose our party affiliations for reasons that have nothing to do with race. I asked he about the party make up of the Klan in her town and she replied, "We never thought of the Klan as being part of any political party, Republican or Democrat." She kind of figured they were so far out that party affiliation didn't matter.



Ku Klux Klan, ofte... (Below threshold)
Dane:
Ku Klux Klan, often abbreviated KKK and informally known as The Klan, is the name of three distinct past and present far-right,[5][6][7] Christian terrorist[8][9] organizations in the United States, which have advocated extremist reactionary currents such as white supremacy, white nationalism, anti-immigration and anti-communism.[10][11][12] The current manifestation is splintered into several chapters and is widely considered to be a hate group.[13]

Anti-immmigrations -- anti communism - bedrock issues for the far right Christian extremists that populate the democratic party. Oh wait, that's bullshit, never mind.

It's hard to tell where the far right ends and the KKK starts. Wizbang does its best to blur that line, and bring the teaching and preachings of the KKK into the mainstream.

Hey, to them hate is hate - and any hate directed towards blacks and liberals is ok with the Wiznuts.

Of course, how long has it ... (Below threshold)

Of course, how long has it been since the Klan has been a significant factor? Apart, of course, from their incredible usefulness to the Left as boogeymen to tar the right?

Damn, now I'm committing the Zeroth Mistake -- actually taking Dane seriously.

J.

Dane, Last I checke... (Below threshold)
SCSIwuzzy:

Dane,
Last I checked it was FDR that appointed Hugo Black to the Supreme Court and it was the Democratic party that called Kleage Byrd the Lion of the Senate.




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