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Embracing what has been redefined

Bookworm has decided to take advantage of the current political climate:

Since we can't seem to escape the term "racist," I suggest that we embrace the term, and let other Americans understand what a conservative racist is:

I'm a racist because I believe that blacks are fully capable human beings who are perpetually demeaned by the liberal theory holding that blacks cannot function without handouts from condescending, rich white people.

I'm a racist because believe that blacks are just as academically capable as any other people in America, but that they are having their abilities systematically squished when condescending, rich white people assure them that they can't make it without assistance -- a heinous approach predicated on the liberal's implicit assumption that blacks are inherently stupid, ill-informed and ill-suited for intellectual effort.

I'm a racist because I believe that vigorous (but still constitutional) law enforcement benefits blacks, who are disproportionately the victims of crimes by other blacks.

I'm a racist because I believe that excusing harmful behaviors in the black community (whether academic failures, teen pregnancies, drug use or crime), on the ground that blacks cannot help themselves because whites have essentially ruined them, is the ultimate insult to blacks, reducing them to the level of animals without intelligence, self-discipline, moral fiber, ambition or ordinary human decency.

I'm a racist because I think liberals have sold blacks a bill of goods by convincing them that, because slavery was work, all work is slavery.

I'm a racist because I believe that a rising tide lifts all boats -- which means that I believe that social programs that destroy the economy will not raise up minorities, but will ensure that everyone wallows in poverty.

I'm a racist because, in San Francisco in the 1960s and 1970s, I saw non-English speaking Asians fresh from the Killing Fields of Cambodia, the prisons of Vietnam, and the horror of the Great Leap forward all arrive in America and immediately begin working and studying, so that their children could enjoy the American dream -- and I believe that only liberal condescension and paralyzing social programs stand in the way of both blacks and Hispanics making the same strides.

She's not done.  Finish with her and acknowledge your inner racism.

Crossposted at Brutally Honest.


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Comments (12)

I'm a racist because I don'... (Below threshold)

I'm a racist because I don't think that Guam is going to tip over.

Go to thehostages.wordpress... (Below threshold)

Go to thehostages.wordpress.com and look at the tabs and look for "I am a proud racist" then click it.

That was written in early 2008 by someone that noone knows anything about and is just a nice guy who lost his temper.

Two years ago (I deleted the original blog about a year ago, so you only have that capture)

I'm a racist because I have... (Below threshold)
jim m:

I'm a racist because I have principled disagreements with regard to what the size and scope of government should be and to the extend of its influence in an individual's life.

I'm a racist because I beli... (Below threshold)

I'm a racist because I believe in the words of Martin Luther King, especially:

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."

I'm a racist because I'll w... (Below threshold)

I'm a racist because I'll watch NASCAR or Indy or LeMans or Grand Prix or Iditarod or snail racing or...

I'm a racist because I beli... (Below threshold)
jim m:

I'm a racist because I believe that the militia people the FBI arrested are democrats:

"Jacob J. Ward, 33, of Huron, Ohio, voted as a Democrat in the 2004 and 2008 primary elections, and in 10 other elections since 2000."

Who knew?

Im a racist cause I beileve... (Below threshold)

Im a racist cause I beileve Waco was an inside job orchestrated by an ugly beast of burden.

What's ironic is that if a ... (Below threshold)
Caesar Augustus:

What's ironic is that if a liberal tried to read the underlying blog entry he wouldn't even be able to grasp the irony.

CW Halliburton - "I'm a... (Below threshold)

CW Halliburton - "I'm a racist because I'll watch NASCAR or Indy or LeMans or Grand Prix or Iditarod or snail racing or..."

I guess this makes me a racist also.

I wonder if this guy is a racist?

Somehow I doubt it.

I am a racist because I do ... (Below threshold)

I am a racist because I do not like people like Obama. He is red.

The liberals and those that... (Below threshold)

The liberals and those that embrace their beliefs are guilty of keeping people from achieving success both personally and professionally. By making them think and feel that they are not able to attain anything on their own and professionally because due to "diversity" one is never sure if a minority was promoted if it was based on merit. Such a shame and the worst part is minorities for the most part play along with the game. ww

Thanks, Hank - for being my... (Below threshold)

Thanks, Hank - for being my kind of "racist!"






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