June 14, 2006
the party of compassion
Democrats love to praise "diversity"--- as long as it's practiced THEIR way. But when dealing with some uppity black person who runs for office as gasp! a Republican, Democrats display their true... uh... colors.
Last week, in a post on her Web site, Hunter criticized congressional candidate Vernon Robinson for running for office as a Republican, even though the staunch and outspoken conservative lost his bid for state GOP chair at the party's convention in 2005.
Watch out, Ann Coulter! You've got some serious competition in the racist bigotry department. Of course, Hunter, being the compassionate, diversity-loving saint that she is, was quick to correct her insensitive remarks.
On Tuesday, Hunter revised that statement on her Web site, calling Robinson's behavior like that of an "Uncle Tom" -- considered to be a contemptuous term for a black whose behavior toward whites is regarded as fawning or servile.
Oh, that's MUCH better! Did you ever notice that these diversity-worshipping Democrats frequently use such insulting terms to describe blacks who don't kow-tow to the party line? Y'know... those disgusting, lazy, white-actin' ass-kissers such as Colin Powell and Condi Rice? Or Clarence Thomas? Or Thomas Sowell? The ones who ARE NOT "fawning or servile" to the Democrat party?
Democrats NEVER direct such low-blow insults at true credits to their race such as John Lewis, Cynthia McKinney, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton or William ("Iced Bribes") Jefferson. All hail diversity... as long as the
Just remember when you read such drivel--- Republicans are racists. Democrats aren't.
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