Yo, GOP: Prez is Black. Get Over It.

July 8th, 2009 at 7:33 am | 50 Comments |

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Yesterday, as I was driving around my hometown of Richmond, Virginia with my mother, who said she thought racism had worsened since the election of the country’s first black president. We both then reflected on how there seems to be a growing number of white people who simply loath the fact Obama is president. These people seem to have decided a black president is more than they can stomach.

A quick recap of the summer to date: Sherri Goforth, legislative aid to Tennessee State Senator Diane Black (R-Gallatin), emailed a racist photo of President Obama; Rusty Depass, Richland County GOP Chairman and former chair of the South Carolina state election commission, compared Michelle Obama’s ancestors to gorillas; and Mike Green, a GOP communications consultant from South Carolina joked on his Twitter page: “Just heard Obama is going to impose a 40 percent tax on aspirin because it’s white and it works.”

The latest luminary to take center stage as the “best and brightest” GOP racist is Audra Sigler Shay, a blond, white 38-year old army veteran, mother and event planner from Louisiana.  Shay is vice chairman of the Young Republicans and a favored candidate to be elected chairman of the Young Republicans at the group’s national conference in Indianapolis Saturday. Last week in an apparent move to stir up the base and support for her campaign, she posted a comment on her Facebook page about Wal-Mart endorsing the Obama administration’s mandate for employers to pay for workers’ health insurance.

What ensued was a flurry of racist comments posted on her Facebook page which Shay condoned.

Eric S Piker wrote at 1:54pm: “Obama bin lauden is the new terrorist. . . muslim is on there side. . . .need to take this country back from all these mad coons. . .and illegals”

Audra Sigler Shay at 2:02pm: “You tell em Eric! Lol”

To say this is repugnant and offensive is to state the obvious! What’s even more incredible is Shay, a candidate endorsed by Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, seems to revel in her Facebook friend Eric’s remarks. Her laugh out loud (lol) comment sounds like she’s slapping Piker on the back in support of his good racist humor. As I noted in my previous post, coon is a racist word used to refer to blacks as shiftless buffoons. It also means a building used to hold slaves for sale during America’s slave trade.

Shay immediately de-friended Cassie Wallender, a national committee woman of the Washington Young Republican Federation and Sean L. Conner of the DC Young Republicans for their comments condemning Shay for allowing Piker’s comments to take root on her page. According to the Daily Beast’s story, Shay deleted the comments, wrote on her Facebook page they were unacceptable but she kept Piker as a friend. Apparently, the comments weren’t that reprehensible to her but she had to pretend like they were because they found their way into the public domain.

Later, at 10:31pm Piker returned with his racist vitriol, “. . . this is still America. . .freedom of speech and thought is still allowed . . .for now any ways. . . . and the last time I checked I was a good ole southern boy. . . and if yur ass is black don’t let the sun set on it in a southern . . .”

What is shocking isn’t the bigoted comments but this undeniable pattern of behavior wildly propagating within the Republican party. Even more appalling is the persistent, seemingly intentional lack of acknowledgement or rebuke of these actions from the Republican party, its leadership or rising stars. At a minimum, Governor Jindal should withdraw his support for Shay before this weekend’s election.

As Maggie reflects in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof:

Laws of silence don’t work. . .

When something is festering in your memory or your imagination, laws of silence don’t work, it’s just like shutting a door and locking it on a house on fire in hope of forgetting that the house is burning. But not facing a fire doesn’t put it out. Silence about a thing just magnifies it. It grows and festers and in silence, becomes malignant.

The racist fringe of the GOP is infecting the party like a malignancy and quite frankly turning it into a marginalized party of losers. Apologies made after the fact by these bands of bigots only remind the public of how terribly broken and void of credibility the GOP has become.

With many Americans, particularly independent voters, growing increasingly disenchanted with president Obama’s high deficit, big spending agenda, producing zero jobs, a Republican resurgence could be within reach. But if the GOP refuses to publically acknowledge and rebuke this racism flourishing in the party and develop a reinvigorated platform capable of attracting political converts, there is no hope for a comeback but only continued rule by the “foaming in the mouth crazies.”

Recently, my mother was power walking through our neighborhood as she often does and said hello to a woman pulling weeds in her front yard. The woman, who happened to be white, didn’t respond. Determined to be neighborly, my mother followed with “how are you today?” The woman uncomfortably stuttered saying “uh, oh just working” but never looked my mother in the face. In telling me the story, my mother said “They don’t even want to acknowledge we exist.”

The GOP needs to acknowledge there’s an electorate beyond its good ole boy and girl base and appeal to it. In doing so, the Republican party will either force the racist radicals to fall in line or crowd them out of the tent with a “new majority.”

America’s political landscape has changed and is changing. We elected a black president, we may soon have our first Hispanic Supreme Court justice. The 1964 Civil Rights Act isn’t going to be reversed and the word “coon” has no place in political discourse. Deal with it. The Grand Old Party would be wise to start encouraging its members to criticize politicians on their positions rather than their ethnicity. After all, evolution is about the survival of the fittest, not the racist.

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  • ottovbvs

    Your problem Crystal is that you are a foot soldier in a party in which covert and semi covert racism is endemic because of the preponderance of southerners in its makeup. Ultimately this may change but it isn’t going to happen anytime soon. It ‘s just another of the unintended consequences of the Southern strategy which the GOP saw as a ticket to electoral dominance. The party of Lincoln, who was mildly racist but it was 150 years ago, has become the party of the people you describe who after all aren’t just some folks hanging out in a bar but officials in the second party in the country. Good luck with crowding them out.

  • senor

    As I have said before, the only solution for this situation is to disenfranchise all those white, bigoted southerners. Then neither party would have to worry about them. Or just let them secede this time.

  • barker13

    Oh, yeah, David… you’re trying to build a “new” majority.


    How could anyone think otherwise.



  • VA Shepherd

    To Crystal:
    You say “We both then reflected on how there seems to be a growing number of white people who simply loath the fact Obama is president. These people seem to have decided a black president is more than they can stomach.” Whoa, those are some pretty large leaps. What did get that from? Thin air? I’d say the same people probably didn’t like Jimmy Carter or Bill Clinton either, but then you couldn’t say “It’s because he’s black, isn’t it?”
    Regarding your mother’s neighbor: I deal with roughly equal numbers of black and whites everyday, and not all them want make eye contact or say hello either. I’d say it has more to do with personality than skin color, but that’s just me. I think race, color, and creed would be largely irrelevant in America today except for the people who won’t get over it. Funny that your headline says “Get Over It” but half your posts at New Majority concern race. I’ll be keeping count .

  • mymy

    Yo Crystal , Can’t tell you how many times I’ve been in store with money in pocket ready to spend and haven’t been served by sales persons.I’ve said Hey to people and not had them respond.Waiters at restaurants don’t take my order lots of times. My response I just shop at other stores,assume the person didn’t hear me,and lastly wait for my husband.Oh by the way I’m a white middle-aged southern woman .Sure there are some racist in all parts of the country(south Boston).The majority of us don’t give a flip about Pres.Obamas color and don’t think about him personally at all We think he is wrong on policies and frighteningly so

  • ottovbvs

    mymy // Jul 8, 2009 at 9:12 am

    …….Of course there are racists in all parts of the country, one of them walks his dog past my house in the NE, but you’re ignoring that officials in the GOP, not waiters or bar room drunks, are peddling this stuff and it’s pernicious if the the GOP wants to enlarge its tent. I had a house in the south for a long time and got to know a lot of people down there and amongst the upper middle class, primarily Republican, folks I know racism is fairly endemic. Most of it is apparently mild but that it exists cannot be denied.

  • mymy

    OTTO You hit a nerve with me Let me tell you how the white middle age female feels .We are scared of groups of low pants black males.I had a friend carjacked and murdered by such a group This all happened at 1pm in a “nice ” area.I’ve seen my city go down hill, members of our city council under investigation ,go to jail come out and get elected again .Our Mayor is under FBI investigation.I’ve heard a Black congressman from hear say ‘you blue eyed devils don’t bother calling my office” I’ve listened to”black radio.You want racist just try that.I think there are racist in both communities at all levels,but I refuse to believe the majority on either side is.

  • balconesfault

    VAShepard wrote: “I’d say the same people probably didn’t like Jimmy Carter or Bill Clinton either, but then you couldn’t say “It’s because he’s black, isn’t it?”

    You’re onto something here – it isn’t that many conservatives hate Obama for being black – it’s that they hate him for being liberal. And they like to call people names when they hate them. The problem is that their everyday vocabulary contains some very offensive names for blacks, and when you’re throwing the kitchen sink at someone, hitting them with every insult you can justify using, some of those offensive names are going to slip out.

    The only corrective for this is the process that’s taking place – people being called out for using offensive racial epithats and stereotypes when attacking Obama, and paying a penalty at least of being publicly shamed, if not losing their positions. Not tolerating racial slurs is a discipline, and let’s face it, it’s a discipline that the conservative movement has been sorely lacking in since … well … forever.

    But now, thanks to a combination of changing social expectations (in San Antonio in the 60′s, someone dropping the “n-word” or using the term “wetback” in “polite company” wasn’t shocking at all – now it would freeze the room in most situations), thanks to the internet spreading information much more quickly than the stodgy mainstream media would have in the past, and to social networks that allow “jokes” to easily slip outside of their intended audience, this lack of discipline looks increasingly like a lack of seriousness. And people of all colors want the party they vote for to be serious.

  • ottovbvs

    mymy // Jul 8, 2009 at 9:45 am

    ………I agree there are racists among the black community and there are rabble rousers like the Rev Al (who even managed to get in on the act yesterday) and perhaps those in your community who use race to whip up tensions. I have nothing but contempt for these people, but lets face it crookedness isn’t a unique black phenomenon. In recent times I’ve seen the governor of our state and a couple of mayors of major cities do time for corruption, another one (hispanic) is currently under indictment, and another one is inside for molesting children. The problem Crystal is alluding to is the permeation of one of our two major parties with racism. Surely we’re not going to hold these people to the same standard as a bunch of dirtbags who may be running your city. And if you’re from the south you surely can’t disagree with my characterisation of the situation there. Politically she’s right in making the broader point, it’s electorally damaging as with the whipping up of phony racial controversies about Sotomayor who is obviously a delightful woman we’d all love to know.

  • ottovbvs

    balconesfault // Jul 8, 2009 at 10:23 am

    ……..I don’t disagree with your premise that using race as a put down for Obama because they don’t like or agree with him is a factor but there is a thing called racism and it’s not a mirage……Usually it’s pretty mild…..I suffered from a mild version forty years ago…..most people as you point out did…..but sometimes it isn’t……..The problem is its a bit of a subtext in the GOP particularly in the south……it’s all very emotive but one tries to be honest and realistic about it.

  • mymy

    So you give a pass to Black Racism. I’m tired of the double standard and yes I can disagree with your “characterization’.I have no dog in the Sotmayor fight,but if she is delightful or not should have no baring on whether she should be a Surpreme Court Justice.By the way how doyou know if she is delightful?From watching her on TV.

  • ottovbvs

    mymy // Jul 8, 2009 at 10:37 am

    ……..When someone says this is giving a pass to black racism:

    “I agree there are racists among the black community and there are rabble rousers like the Rev Al (who even managed to get in on the act yesterday) and perhaps those in your community who use race to whip up tensions. I have nothing but contempt for these people”

    “a bunch of dirtbags who may be running your city. ”

    …….What can one say……I’ll pass on commenting on your other observations.

  • mymy

    OttO I am truly sorry if you thought I meant you personally.Rev.Sharpton is a perfect example.He is now an acccepted spoke person on TV and in the press.He is acccepted in the White House.Where are the howls of racism every time he shows his face.

  • sinz54

    balconesfault: I think you’re exactly right.

    Obama is the first genuinely doctrinaire liberal President since LBJ in 1965-68–forty years ago. It’s quite a shock to many sincere conservative citizens to have to live under a doctrinaire liberal administration, pushing ideas that conservatives had thought had been buried long ago. Any of them under the age of, say, 45, is too young to remember the Great Society and all those liberal changes from the 1960s. So for them, this is their first experience with a liberal government. And they truly hate it and are outraged. They’ve been told for so long that liberalism is the death of the nation that now that liberals are in power, they truly believe the nation is doomed.

    So for those citizens with even mildly bigoted leanings, they are now throwing bigotry and conspiracy theories and everything else they can think of at Obama.

  • mymy

    Oh and none of this was thrown at Pres.Bush?It just amazes me that ya’ll are so willing to accept the idea the GOP is racist.I think it would make you fighting mad

  • ottovbvs

    mymy // Jul 8, 2009 at 11:19 am

    ……….mymy….The Rev Al is a total dirtbag but you have to admire his chutzpah…….The other Rev is somewhat in the same category but at least he has some battle scars…….What you have to recognize as an unfortunate fact of life is that yesterdays dirtbag is today’s hero if they can make a plausible claim to representing a significant constituency……hence the guy blew up the King David’s hotel becomes prime minister of Israel…..that Irish terrorist Gerry Adams one of whose bombs went off when I was visiting an exhibition in Britain in the early seventies is a guest at the white house……c’est la vie as they say……I commiserate with your local problem and I’m sure I’d be a ticked as you if I lived there but it doesn’t really invalidate Crystal’s wider point does it………I’m a product of my generation and as loaded with its prejudices as anyone but I always try to see things in perspective and avoid generalisations although you might say I’m generalising about the south but I do base it on quite a lot of personal experience……Back in the early nineties a black guy who worked for me had his father killed in an industrial accident and invited me to the funeral…..I was rather touched by the invite and a bit uncomfortable initially to be honest but I soon got over it……at the end of the day we all have to get along.

  • barker13

    Re: Balconesfault // Jul 8, 2009 at 10:23 am –

    “They… They… They…”

    (*SHRUG*) Same old crap from the Left. Group assault. Comes out of their warped perspective of group identity politics as opposed to respect for the individual.

    It’s so damned sad…

    In Balc’s world everyone who didn’t like the politics and/or ethics of Jimmy Carter, then Bill Clinton, and now Barak Obama are “them.” (Kinda like the old “them people….”) (*SMIRK*)

    “They” hate. “They” call people names. (*SMIRK*) Yeah… it’s all… er… “them.”

    Re: Ottovbvs // Jul 8, 2009 at 10:24 am –


    When Otto’s right… (*SHRUG*)… he’s right.

    Re: Sinz54 // Jul 8, 2009 at 11:29 am –


    Sinz. We are doomed. That’s why I keep noting that we’re doomed. (*WINK*)


  • mymy

    No I don’t admire his” chutzpuh”.He a racist who harms this country for his own personal gain.I find nothing to admire in that.I’m not sure what to make of your comments about going to a Black Church.Do you not think white southerns work and socialize with blacks constantly?

  • sinz54

    mymy sez: “He a racist who harms this country for his own personal gain.”

    Please explain.
    In what way is Obama gaining personally from his policies?

  • Oneon1isto

    Racism is bad, coming from anyone. Don’t bicker over that. I don’t think Crystal makes her point eloquently at all, but the point is there: you’re trying to build a house and your foreman’s spouting racist nonsense. Kick him off the team.

    Those of you who point and say “they do it too”–when is that argument EVER relevant? What do you tell your kids when they say “they do it too?”

  • ottovbvs

    mymy // Jul 8, 2009 at 12:14 pm

    …….Well I admire his chutzpah just as I admire Palin’s……My perhaps clumsy little anecdote was to try and explain how attitudes evolve….Of course white people in the south constantly work with blacks; socialize with them considerably less in my experience although I recognize this might have been a class thing but I don’t think so; and can be uncomfortably racist at times in more casual surroundings like say when out on a sailboat.

  • balconesfault

    Sinz: “mymy sez: “He a racist who harms this country for his own personal gain.”

    Please explain.
    In what way is Obama gaining personally from his policies?”


    I think this comment is bouncing back to the Rev. Al, who is clearly more than happy to exploit any racial or cultural wedge for the greater glory of Al Sharpton.

  • ottovbvs

    “think this comment is bouncing back to the Rev. Al, who is clearly more than happy to exploit any racial or cultural wedge for the greater glory of Al Sharpton”

    ……It was but I get great amusement from the Rev…….he’s one of the gallery of national grotesques of which if anything there are more from the right than the left…….I remember going to see a play in NYC thirty or forty years ago in which society was divided into two classes……the proles who spent all day watching TV on which the elite class were having sex………It actually wasn’t too far off the mark in some respects

  • mymy

    SINZ%$ I meant AL Sharpton rather than Obama.Sorry for the confusion. .

  • balconesfault

    “I remember going to see a play in NYC thirty or forty years ago in which society was divided into two classes……the proles who spent all day watching TV on which the elite class were having sex”

    That seems to capture the Paris Hilton phenomena completely.

  • mymy

    Of course racism is bad. What I don’t understand as I said before is the GOP backing off every time the race card is played.I’ve heard a group of very liberal NY City woman say horrible things about Porto Ricans and Haitians,but I would never take from this all liberal NY woman are racist.

  • AlexK

    It’s Southern bigotry, not a Republican or ‘white’ problem.

  • mymy

    ALEXK so bigotry in NY or south Boston is just fine so long as it doesn’t have a southern accent.Al Shaptons bigotry is fine also because he is amusing and gets TV time

  • Oneon1isto

    Yeah uh, Alex…the most overtly racist people I’ve ever met hail from PA. Just saying pockets of bigotry spring up wherever.

    I think the difference between Al Sharpton and Crystal’s examples is that he’s been made illegitimate over time, and the Dems reflect this. He lost his pull with the party long ago and they’ve moved past him. The problem with Crystal’s examples is that they’re not lightning rod figures–they’re party rank and file. And they’re not being moved past or run out of town. In some cases they’re being celebrated, and at best they’re being ignored.

    If my corporation had these people they would’ve been fired long ago.

  • mymy

    I remember seeing a recent picture of Al Sharpton with Pres Obama at the White House.Just checked he was there 5-09.

  • Oneon1isto

    My God, so were the Foo Fighters!

  • mymy

    Have no idea Who the Foo Fighters are,but if the are Race hustlers they shouldn’t be there either.You say the Dems have gotten past Rev.Al,well he was having meeting with the Pres. It just doesn’t appear they have moved away as much as you want to believe

  • ottovbvs

    AlexK // Jul 8, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    “It’s Southern bigotry, not a Republican or ‘white’ problem”

    …….Substantially true(although it’s not unknown elsewhere as One on one points out) but the South is the heartland of the GOP these days which is why it looms large! And these folks are basically mainstream southern Republicans not freaks.

  • ottovbvs

    balconesfault // Jul 8, 2009 at 1:35 pm
    “That seems to capture the Paris Hilton phenomena completely.”

    ……..make sure you are in the elite seems to be the answer!!

  • mymy

    WOW this is amazing.you are ready to paint an entire region of the country as racist and more than happy to dismiss them .Well if this is the new big tent idea I’m not sure there is much of a future in it.

  • ottovbvs

    mymy // Jul 8, 2009 at 3:21 pm

    ……You know if you’ll excuse the pun you’re awfully black and white about this. No one is saying the an entire region of the country is racist. What’s being said is that for a variety of probably historic reasons there is a high incidence of racism amongst southerners. You don’t believe that to be the case while others do and on the basis of the information presented by Crystal there is some credibility to the claim.

  • Oneon1isto

    Mymy #32: The Foo Fighters are an alternative rock group…they were invited to play his July 4th BBQ. My snide point was made to basically show that Al Sharpton isn’t inner circle just because he garners a meeting with the President. He wasn’t instrumental during Obama’s campaign, and was probably more a hindrance. Same with Jesse Jackson. He is most decidedly not in the inner circle of cabinet members and officials who unduly influence the President.

    Once again, pointing to Al Sharpton and saying “he’s crazy and says stuff about white people” does not refute Crystal’s examples that are readily apparent within the party structure of the GOP. I refer back to my earlier statement: “they do it too” does not excuse anyone’s behavior.

  • VA Shepherd

    ottovbvs // Jul 8, 2009 at 3:39 pm
    “on the basis of the information presented by Crystal there is some credibility to the claim”

    What information? Her feelings? She wrote “there seems to be a growing number of white people who simply loath the fact Obama is president. These people seem to have decided a black president is more than they can stomach.” What does she base that on? Does she have a sixth sense?

    There’s no shortage of rascism in the other regions of the country or other communities (black, hispanic, asian). Labeling Southern whites as rascist is just another form of discrimination.

  • mymy

    OTTO”its southern bigotry, not a republican or white problem” ” substantially true” those statements seem pretty comprehensive. Oneon The statement “you blue eyed devils better not be callin my office” was made by a congressman. I’m not here to defend racist statements ,but you sure do paint with a broad brush around here.

  • sinz54

    One other point that should be mentioned is that the advent of the Internet, including blogs, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, etc., is enormously amplifying the national (and even global) reach of the loudmouths and the lunatics.

    The vast majority of Republicans are neither racists nor bigots nor conspiracy theorists. But (or perhaps “therefore”) they’re not loudmouths trying to rant nationwide via the Internet either.

    In the old days, Ms. Shay would have held a meeting of Young Republicans in some rented meeting room. Perhaps some bigot would have shown up ranting about blacks or Hispanics. But she would just have quieted him down and continued with the meeting.

    Today, the bigot’s rant will likely end up on YouTube, and the whole world will see what went on. That Ms. Shay is not a racist, and that most of the time her discourse is civil and professional, won’t matter. The bigot’s rants will be what everyone will see.

    Lefties say some pretty hateful and crazy stuff on the Internet too. But conservatives are late to the Internet party. They’re still not experienced in the use of Internet media to catch their Leftist opponents in embarrassing moments. And so a lot of this stuff doesn’t get out more.

  • dacookson

    sinz54 makes a good point. I disagree with Crystal’s mum, the US isn’t getting more racist from what I can see. Certain people are just being more vocal and we get to hear about it much easier than before. The line there seems to be a growing number of white people who simply loath the fact Obama is president. These people seem to have decided a black president is more than they can stomach is either an unjustified assumption or a muddy piece of writing. The central point she’s making, that racism exists within the GOP and that it needs to be tackled and condemned publicly if the party is to increase its electoral appeal, is valid and correct.

  • AlexK

    Of course Al Sharpton is also a racist. What’s your point? Don’t justify a wrong with a wrong.

  • AlexK

    BTW, I happen to think that racism is not a serious problem and that these are just loud, impolitic people — the ‘screaming minority.’ A lot of them are just joking, too. Lord knows I’ve made racist jokes before, although I’m about as anti-racist as it comes, being fiercely individualistic.

  • sinz54

    dacookson: I agree.

    What is happening is that for the first time in their lives, conservative citizens under the age of 45 are learning what it’s like to live under a doctrinaire liberal government. And they hate it, they absolutely hate it with every fiber of their being. And they’re responding emotionally–with conspiracy theories, and even racial slurs.

  • VA Shepherd

    sinz54 // Jul 9, 2009 at 8:22 am

    So unlike how liberals dealt with living under President Bush.

  • sinz54

    VA Shepherd:
    It’s actually not the same.

    Liberals had become grudgingly accustomed to living under conservative administrations since Reagan’s in 1981. So for them, the Bush Administration was not that much of a shock. In fact, Bush’s original “compassionate conservatism” could have been more palatable to them than Reagan’s hard-right policies had been.

    Liberal anger at Bush came from an entirely different source: The disastrous November 2000 election and recount mess in Florida, which left many of them convinced that Bush had stolen the election away from Gore. I remember that prior to the election, liberals had disagreed with Bush on policy, but they certainly didn’t hate him. The hate began after the Supreme Court intervened, with a ruling that essentially left Bush the winner.

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    LMAO. What more can I say? Every one of Cheryl’s pieces are a deplorable waste of electrons…

  • ottovbvs

    Just went over to a noted conservative site and picked up this sample of comments on the Obama kids who are apparently doing the sights in tees and shorts in Italy. No racism problem on the right at all Crystal you’re a waste of electrons:

    “Were being represented by a family of ghetto trash.”

    “Looks like a bunch of ghetto thugs. A stain on America.”

    “Looks like a typical street whore.”

    “What we now are sending the ghetto over to represent us. and if so who the hell is that flea bag who looks to be dragged from the trash dumpster.”

    “you could go down any ghetto right now and see exactly the same.”

    “could you imagine what world leaders must be thinking seeing this kind of street trash and that we paid for this kind of street ghetto trash to go over there”

    “the world must be laughing like mad right now at that we have this kind of street trash in our white house.”

    “Wonder when she will have her first abortion.”

    sad isn’t it that we now have ghetto street trash over there representing us in Europe.

    “AND NONE I REPEAT NONE of the Palin kids never even ventured into the public arena making anykind of statement comparable to this Obubbo’s daughter”

    “This disgusting display makes me more and more eager for the revolution.

    They make me sick…. The whole family… mammy, pappy, the free loadin’ mammy-in-law, the misguided chillin’, and especially ‘lil cuz… This is not the America I want representin’ my peeps.”

    Of course not! They have black friends!

    WHERE………IS HIS BIRTH CERTIFICATE?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!!!!!!!!!
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