Sunday, November 2, 2014

Pathetic Democrats Blame Their Problems on Racism and Sexism

It looks like a Republican landslide historic victory this Tuesday, and the Democrats are running around like poisoned mice.
Here read a transcript of a Rush Limbaugh radio segment.

Here we have the hip, the modern, the cool Democrat Party. They have had to turn their playbook back to 1963 in a last-ditch, panic-filled effort to get out the black vote.  
Charlie Rangel says that Republicans still believe in slavery, still treat people in the black community as though they are slaves.  I watched specifically cable news networks this morning for Democrat analysts, and they're all acting embarrassed as hell. 
There's no way they can defend it.  Even the most strident, ardent, racist leftist would not even try to defend Rangel.  Rangel is living in the past.  He doesn't know anything but that.  He's not cool.  He's not hip.  He doesn't live in the moment.  He can't relate to things that have happened in America.  He cannot get the black vote other than to pretend it's still 1963.  In his case, 1863. 
Mary Landrieu. (sigh) Insulting, pathetic, incompetent.  The previous governor was a woman, the current governor is a minority -- Bobby Jindal, dark-skinned, Indian-American, immigrant [parents]. And yet Louisiana doesn't like people of color, and Louisiana, and doesn't like women -- even though they've elected Mary Landrieu -- and that's why they don't like Obama. And that's why he can't go to Louisiana is because people in the South just don't like black people. 
She's just gotta be honest. They just don't like black people in the South, and they don't like uppity women in the South. They just don't, even though she's been elected... What is this, her third term? Kathleen Blanco got elected governor.  She is living in the past.  They're clueless, folks.  These Democrats are not these invincible cool, hip, in-with-it people that the low-information crowd idolizes.
It's just one of the biggest myths in the world.  These people are actually out of ammunition.  They cannot, they cannot offer one reason why you should vote for them. 
 Furthermore, as Rangel describes Republicans, he's actually describing Democrats!  Landrieu talks about how the South is unfriendly to blacks? It was Democrats in the South unfriendly to blacks. 
How in the world have these people continued to get elected all of these years when they've got nothing to offer? They haven't done anything for their constituents.  They've made their lives worse; they've busted up their families.  Talking about minorities here.  And now, who knows?  We may be at a seminal moment.  I don't want to grasp at...
Well, not grasp at straws.  I don't want to maybe grasp at something that isn't there.  But, man, is this a teachable moment?  Is this a teachable moment? I mean, even the most strident, extreme, radical black leftists do not think that we live still in the era of slavery!  Most of them, no way do they think there hasn't been any progress. 
What Rangel and Landrieu are trying to say is that there hasn't been a shred's bit of progress.  All of this after the first African-American president gets elected in this country, and they still run around and say this?  Can I remind you, ladies and gentlemen, what I predicted on this program on February 22, 2008?  February. This is like seven, eight months, 10 months before the election of 2008.
RUSH ARCHIVE:  "If Obama gets elected president, wouldn't it be good to just get this done, Rush, then we could end those civil rights squabbles that we're having?" It wouldn't do that, folks. It wouldn't do that. It might even exacerbate them. ... You know that the race industry can't wait for this. Any criticism of Obama, the first black president, is going to be met with charges of racism by the likes of the Reverends Jackson and Sharpton.
It will make their race business all that much more prominent. It will operate on the premise that half of this country is seething, can't believe this has happened and they're going to fix this somehow, cannot believe there's a black man in the White House and a black woman in the residence. That will be the theme that the race business operates on. It will be full of presumptuousness and projection, but it will propel it.
RUSH:  Where are we now, folks?  Is this not exactly what has happened?  Here we are a few days, just a precious few days before a midterm election in Barack Hussein O's sixth year as president, and his party is running an entire campaign on race in which the opposing party still believes in slavery.  In every state, in every campaign, these pathetic, embarrassing, brain-dead, mindless Democrats are out crying racism. 
And I knew.
That's the point playing the sound bite. 
This was easily predictable. 
The election of the first black president was not gonna end racism in America.  The racism business was not gonna tolerate that.  There's no way the race industry ever goes away.  Too much money in it, too much power.  It's the reason that Sharpton and Jackson have seats at the table of power in the Democrat Party.  But even besides that, it was easily predictable.  So here we are six years after the election of the first black president, and the Democrat Party wants you to believe it's worse than ever?
Hey, folks, it's not just Mary Landrieu.  My nickname for her is "Cute Little Baby Fat" because she still looks like she's got some baby fat.  It's not just Mary Landrieu. It's not just Charlie Rangel.  Spike Lee is out. He was on the Fusion TV network website.  I have the sound bite coming up.  I don't have time to play all these bites; rather, I'll just give you a little heads-up. 
"Post-Racial America is B---S---."  Wendy Davis, in Texas, running an ad says that Greg Abbott does not want blacks to vote.  The Forehead, Paul Begala, on CNN today said, "Democrats are in trouble in states where they hunt Democrats down with dogs."  Thirty-, 40-year-old playbook pages are being utilized by the Democrat Party.  They've got nothing else.  I hope all of you remember something. 
I hope every last one of you remembers something.  So many people back in 2008 voted for one reason.  They voted for the first African-American president, not caring about his politics, not interested in his ideology.  The only thing that mattered to them was they hated the fact that there is racism in the country. They're sick and tired of being called racists. They're sick and tired of the racial divide.
They want everybody to get over it, and they thought voting for the first black man to run for office -- if he won -- we could finally erase it and move on and move forward.  I think people voted for Obama with the best of intentions, and a lot of people voted for Obama hoping that it would send a signal that this country isn't the way the Democrat Party describes it. And look what's happened.  It's gotten worse.  I hope people will realize: symbolism over substance loses.

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