Thursday, May 28, 2009

Inspirational Indeed

If you can't take the heat, stop being a racist.

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5 comments:

  1. I have been discrimnated against because of the color of my skin and my gender. Multiple times. For jobs, in social situations, and particularly in the mainstream media. Over and over and over and over again. I am sick of it. And I am sick that this women will get a pass and go on to legislate from the bench. If a conservitive had said what she said they would have been hounded out of public life in less than a day. Liberals have made a religion out of their hypocrisy.
    Oh yea, by the way, I am a pale male.

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  2. Ditto that...because of my blonde hair and freckled skin I've had to put up with sexual discrimination in the work place, harrassment from men in social situations, and do you know how many times I've heard the "Debbie Does Dallas" jokes? But not ONCE did I complain. It only made me stronger and rise above the insults. I will never place the victim because of my race. But that is the mantra of those hypocritical liberals.

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  3. How about we post that poster next to one of MLK and his "I have a dream.." speech?

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  4. Ma Liberty BelleMay 29, 2009 at 10:50 AM

    Liberty Belle is absolutely accurate. I am her mother and I know that my grandmother, my mother, my father...all Americans of Mexican heritage...would be dismayed that someone who has benefited so significantly from our American economic, social, educational, political and governmental systems could subscribe to such a racist point of view.

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  5. Hmmmm, very interesting and timely comment: "that someone who has benefited so significantly from our American economic, social, educational, political and governmental systems could subscribe to such a racist point of view"...

    What's interesting also is that hits to the very point of Sotomayor's only apparent upside, she's the leftists' new poster child of how big, bad America couldn't keep this gal down (makes one wonder just how much Sotomayor was able to take advantage federal government's push for reverse racism?) but through perseverance, blah, blah, blah made it to the top of the heap...

    Funny how this didn't apply to Miguel Estrada...

    Then again there's a real question regarding Sotomayor's grasp of the Constitution which seems to reflect Obama's inability to grasp the Constitution's meaning...

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