Skip to comments.Great Moments in Race Relations ... by Democrats
Posted on 09/16/2009 10:56:34 AM PDT by bloodmeridian
With all this talk of racist marches on Washington and racist comments made during presidential speeches and racist outcry over the pResidents policies, we really should look at the facts. We all know that the Democratic Party has a long history of racism its members want you to forget. Jimmy Carters rant to CNN yesterday is one way they try to pretend that were the racists.
Here are a couple of joke quotes for fun -- followed by a slew of real quotes made by real racist Democrats.
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Democrats *are* the party of psychopathic projection.
How quickly they forget Henry Louis “Skip” Gates, Junior.
That's an interesting term. I think it's a national epidemic, this "psychopathic projection."
He actually SAID that?!?
So when are the archaeologists gonna go digging for this lost Utopia?
I think he’s referring to the semi-mythical Kush empire, which predated the Egyptians, and may have originally constructed the edifice that later became the Sphinx. There’s not much left of Kush, and what is left is hard to accurately date.
Paleo-anthropologically speaking, this faculty probably had survival value as a self defense mechanism when homo sapiens' intellectual capacity to detect deception in others improved to the point that the only sure hope to deceive was for deceivers to be self-deceived and therefore behave as if they were being truthful.
Uh,, Yeah... Sure, Al.... Sadly, they forgot to write it all down.
I mean, everyone knows that equatorial Africa was/is the global hotbed of advanced technologies - take the sharp stick for example. What Cro Magnon could have ever figured that one out on his own? Think of the advanced calculus that took!!!
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