Skip to comments.Dem Rep Calls GOP Senator 'Upper-Middle Class, Elitist White Boy' [ Video on Breitbart ]
Posted on 05/30/2013 1:27:24 PM PDT by NoLibZone
WGN: Congressman Bobby Rush unleashes criticism on U.S. Senator Mark Kirk over his proposal to crackdown on gangs.
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This is one reason why they are quite about the Chicago murder rates.
CW-II, coming to a theatre (and city) near you thanks to the dim-bulb-crats.
If it happens, remember, a dim-bulb-crat is essentially a gang member and should be treated as such.
99.9% of the murders in Chicago are black-on-black...so, who’s the racist here?
Gangs in Chicago help democrat politicians - and keep the little people in line... New program: thugs helping thugs.
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If he did that to me I would call him a colored boy. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.
We Be Thugs
Massah White Boy. Who yo daddy?
If we ever have a GOP controlled Congress and WH, we must repeal the Voting Rights Act. It’s these mandated majority-minority districts that give us most of the cretins who are in the Black Caucus. The reason the GOP goes along with it is because it lumps all the Dem voters together..but it is not good for our democracy..
Here's what I know - as a citizen I've had it up to here with black liberal know-nothing crap. Stop all worthless fails: ‘programs, midnight basketball, firemen walking kids to school, job training, social workers etc. NONE OF IT HAS WORKED.
If a gang banger kills an innocent citizen, put that gang member to death. And yeah, the death penalty isn't a ‘crime deterrent’ but it's a one hundred percent effective deterrent with the gangbanger who's been put to death. That person will never kill again.
Bobby Rush knows all about gangs.
Being a violence prone member of the Black Panthers AND an Army deserter, Rush is simply another piece of Chicago trash never properly disposed of. The inbred, drug addled, Chicago dirtbags who serially and multiply vote for the twit are no better.
I think elitist blackman has lost touch with blackboys of the hood. He doesn’t know jack, either.
I qualify on all but elitist
I was told not to apply to graduate school, by a the black female president of the school, because I was a “white girl from the Suburbs”.
My son is daily discriminated against because he is a smart white child.
Bobby rush is a felon. End of discussion.
Bobby Rush is a wizened dried up little Sixties burnout who thinks he’s still a Black Panther bad to the bone.
Worthless outside of Chicago.
The video disturbingly sends out mixed messages imo.
First the country was verifiably founded by rich white men, most of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention being wealthy. In fact, George Washington who precided over the Con-Con was a Bill Gates of his time.
Next, the federal government was the toy of the rich, and rightly so imo. This is because the rich uniquely paid the taxes which the federal government operated on.
"The rich alone use imported articles, and on these alone the whole taxes of the General Government are levied (emphasis added). Our revenues liberated by the discharge of the public debt, and its surplus applied to canals, roads, schools, etc., the farmer will see his government supported, his children educated, and the face of his country made a paradise by the contributions of the rich alone, without his being called on to spend a cent from his earnings." --Thomas Jefferson to Thaddeus Kosciusko, 1811.
And since our poor USA pioneering ancestors evidently did not pay federal taxes, the rich white boys could corrupt the federal government all they wanted to imo. Again, the federal government is their toy and they were paying for the party.
As a side note to the rich being able to corrupt the federal government since the rich uniquely paid for the federal government to operate, I suspect that the delegates to the Constitutional Convention had envisioned the rich also policing Congress, making sure that Congress respected its Section 8-limited powers, in order to keep their taxes low.
Getting back to the video, another confused message is Senator Mark Kirk's remedy for dealing with gangs. If I understood the video correctly, the problem is that the states have never delegated to Congress via the Constitution the specific power to address gang issues. So Sen. Kirk evidently doesn't know about or respect Congress's Section 8, Article I-limied powers any more than the likely low-information voters who elected him to office do.
Are we having fun yet?