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‘Those Festering Stereotypes’

Posted on | March 28, 2012 | 8 Comments

Karen Finney, hatemonger:

“[Republican politicians] reinforce and validate old stereotypes that associate the poor and welfare as criminal behavior with African-Americans and people of color, calling us lazy, undeserving recipients of public assistance. In the case of Trayvon, those festering stereotypes had lethal consequences.”

Right: Trayvon was killed by a Democrat, who was undoubtedly influenced by those Republican politicians. BTW, have you got your resumé in at CNN, Karen? Because they may be looking for a new morning anchor, and you could hardly be worse than the one they’ve got.


8 Responses to “‘Those Festering Stereotypes’”

  1. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    March 28th, 2012 @ 11:03 pm

    Karen Finney:  Go tweet someone!  Your hypocritical positions make me sick.  

  2. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    March 28th, 2012 @ 11:05 pm

    Of course Karen Finney was filling in for Truth Terrorist,  the mendoucheous Martin Bashir.  

  3. JeffS
    March 28th, 2012 @ 11:24 pm

    For lefties, projection is a way of life.

  4. Michael
    March 28th, 2012 @ 11:43 pm

    Why do they allow a commentator on a “news” channel to spout off about something of which they have no knowledge?  Something, in fact, that is very easy to learn. “Magic Negro” is a phrase coined by a Black/Jewish columnist, and refers to a type of easy out for screen writers. There is no racial slur involved at all. 

    Saying that there is a dearth of role models in minority neighborhoods is a cliche, when Dems use it. Republicans are not supposed to notice.

  5. Adjoran
    March 29th, 2012 @ 12:50 am

     Limbaugh used it in a parody, and of course the leftists considered it “racist” at that instant.  Of course, it refers to the plot device of a character who really has nothing to do with the story being written in to provide some key action, advice, or other reason for a turning point.   It was coined because around that time several movies used a black character in that role.

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  7. Pablo
    March 29th, 2012 @ 8:25 am

    Of course it’s  Republicans that are responsible for  associating blacks with criminal behavior.  All the best gangsta rappers are Republicans.  Look, they even convinced this guy!

  8. Pathfinder's wife
    March 29th, 2012 @ 9:17 am

    Argh, so turn it around on them why don’t you? (not as though you don’t have the truth to back you up!)

    Both Martin and Zimmerman are products of a lefty mindset; victims of it even:
    Martin is the product of one of the most evil plots hatched on people — the welfare state as given to us by LBJ “this’ll keep those n***ers voting Democrat for the next 200 years”….and it also ensured that the ones that didn’t get picked off by Planned Parenthood would essentially kill themselves off.
    And that’s something the left can be blamed for.

    Zimmerman is a great example of what happens when you give a lefty power: he oversteps his bounds (oh, it’s for the good of the public, of course it is) and the result usually is somebody gets killed — and then he excuses it as he was just trying to do something good.
    And that’s something the left is famous for.

    While the rest of us wind up losing just a tad bit more liberty to live our lives the way we want to, and will willingly sign away more due to the chaos and fear that the affair brings upon us.  and also marginalizes some people who don’t take “the right response” — either in opposition or support (believe me they are working both sides of the table here).
    Which is standard operating procedure for the lefties in turning us into something less than animals.

    Get out there — shout that from the rooftops, and don’t fall for totalitarian tricks.