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Gutfeld Hammers NYT’s Adolph Reed

Posted on | December 21, 2012 | 7 Comments

by Smitty

Greg Gutfeld does a straightforward job of rebutting Adolph Reed. It’s a fairly obvious argument, but it builds nicely, and the conclusion is effectively delivered, for all you kind of know it’s coming:

via The Daley Gator

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  • http://twitter.com/directorblue Doug Ross

    Oh, damn. That was a beatdown.

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  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    We need everyone to study game film of this, and learn to emulate it. Way to slice like a fk’n hammer, Greg.

  • http://PrimordialSlack.com/ Joan Of Argghh!

    ADOLPH! Heh.

  • http://proof-proofpositive.blogspot.com/ Proof

    Classic!

  • theBuckWheat

    “Black?” “Racist!” Recall that he who controls the meaning of words controls the outcome of the discussion.

    In the context of Critical Race Theory, just what, exactly, is meant by “race” and thus “racism”, “racist” and even “black”? We have a prominent case of “race” in that BHO told us in his own autobiography that in his youth he struggled with his racial identity and finally chose to be ‘black”. However, he also tells us that his mother was Caucasian and his father was from Kenya but listed as part Arab. In 1988, none other than Bill Clinton was called our “first black president” by Nobel poet Tony Morrison.

    If a Caucasian man can be “black”, and a person with a Caucasian mother can decide to be black despite the fact his biological father may be more Arab than black or something else, then what, exactly is meant by “black”?

    When Bill Maher, during a panel discussion on HBO complains that Obama’s policies are “half-assed” “because
    he’s only half black.” and that “if he was fully black, I’m telling you, he would be a better president.”, and that “there’s a white man in him holding him back”, than what is “black”? For that matter, then what is “white”?

    CNN’s Soledad O’Brien writes of a private meeting in 2007 with Jesse Jackson in her book, “The Next Big Story.” During the meeting, Jackson complained to O’Brien, whose mother is a black woman from Cuba, that there weren’t any black anchors on CNN. She wrote, “He looks me in the eye and reaches his fingers over to tap a spot of skin on my right hand. He shakes his head. “You don’t count,” he says.” She closed the section with “[t]he arbiter of blackness had weighed in. I had been measured and found wanting.”

    These are all facts that anyone can verify on Google in 0.8 seconds.

    References to race, racism and especially to “black”, in all these contexts, is clearly not about “race”. It is about ideology, socialist ideology. The problem is not how black all these people may be, but how RED. With that in mind, to a person who equates “black” with socialist, then “racism” and “racist” is only about people who reject socialism and socialists.

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