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napoleon888

Niggerhead Y El Nuevo Macaca

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Por sus fruto los conoceras

En el 2006 fue George "Grand Dragon" Allen con su MACACA, en el 2011 el ultimo en caer en la lista es el mismisimo Rick Perry, candidato para la nueva teocracia que sueña el escuadron de blancos desquiciados que compone las fuerzas especiales republikkkanas tambien conocido como el Tea Party.

Y es que en el 2006 todavia no estaban tan confiados como ahora....macaca? He...ahora es NIGGERHEAD como machetazo al pecho. Rick tiene esta piedra memorial de los good ol times en su propiedad desde el 80, segun el trato de pintarla o quitar el epiteto pero resulta que ha tardado uno 31 años en sacar ese sucio dificil, ahora igual que George Allen en el 2006 esta dando reversa y comprando tiempo a ver que se inventa luego que fuera descubierto su "oversight". Yo personalmente no entiendo porque tiene que dar excusas, estoy seguro que si dice que el fue el autor de Niggerhead y que lo va a dejar donde esta porque le da la real gana, los republikkkanos se vuelcan en las urnas y lo eligen presidente de una vez. Que mas puede exitar a un republikkkano que el poder llamarle a un negro nigger o una estampa de un negro guindau de un arbol?


[left]Republican presidential candidate and Texas governor Rick Perry spent Sunday on damage control after a stinging [url="http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/rick-perry-familys-hunting-camp-still-known-to-many-by-old-racially-charged-name/2011/10/01/gIQAOhY5DL_story.html?hpid=z1"]report in the Washington Post[/url] tying Perry to a racial slur used at a Texas hunting camp his family once leased.
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]The Perry campaign and some Republican commentators downplayed the story, saying Perry was not associated with the use of the name "Niggerhead" at the Throckmorton County property. The word was painted on a large rock at the entrance of the camp, but Perry said he and his father quickly painted over the word when they started using the property and noticed [color=#ff0000]it in the 1980's[/color]. Some of the people interviewed by the Washington Post gave different accounts, with one former ranch worker saying [color=#ff0000]he saw the word as late as 2008.[/color][/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]Even if the Perry campaign is right about the story, however, it keeps Perry backpedaling as his campaign continues to falter. Almost immediately after bursting into the race and seizing frontrunner status in August, Perry was left defending controversial statements, weak debate performances and overall questions of electability.[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]Perry's ties to the ranch were [url="http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/10/02/politics/main20114488.shtml"]criticized[/url] over the weekend by Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, the businessman who in recent days has stolen some of Perry's thunder and the only African American vying for the Republican nomination. Cain said Perry was insensitive for not acting sooner to remove the offensive name from the camp.[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]As conservative voters once intrigued by Perry turn to Cain (as evidenced by his [url="http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20111229-503544.html"]victory[/url] in a Florida straw poll) and moderates [url="http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20113403-503544.html"]pine for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie[/url] to get into the race, liberals suggest Perry's campaign is unraveling.[/size][/font]
[/left][left]"Even though he's running in a party whose primary [does] not have a substantial African-American vote, the average American does not want to be identified to such racial insensitivity," liberal Rev. Al Sharpton [url="http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1011/64945.html"]told[/url] Politico.
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]David Axelrod, senior strategist for the Obama re-election campaign, declined to comment specifically about the ranch to the New York Times, but he said it [url="http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/03/us/politics/perrys-link-to-n-word-place-name-puts-campaign-on-defensive.html"]illustrates[/url] the challenges Perry and other candidates face.[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]"Campaigns are like an MRI for the soul -- [color=#ff0000]whoever you are, eventually people find out[/color]," he told the Times. "Time will tell whether this comes to reflect him or not."[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]Commentators on the right came to Perry's defense after the story broke. Conservative pundit Hugh Hewitt [url="http://www.hughhewitt.com/blog/g/9a0e3365-d6f4-4919-8712-6f131ea89bad"]wrote[/url], "There is no hint of prejudice or race-baiting in Rick Perry's long career in the public eye."[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]Indeed, one of the recent issues to create problems for Perry among the conservative base was his [url="http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20110488-503544.html"]support[/url] for in-state university tuition breaks for the children of undocumented immigrants.[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]In New Hampshire over the weekend, Perry [url="http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20114383-503544.html"]defended his support[/url] for the policy in Texas, but he said at the federal level, it amounted to "amnesty." The Perry camp in New Hampshire emphasized the governor's efforts to secure the Southern border and deny undocumented immigrants drivers' licenses. But in another potentially controversial move, Perry raised the possibility of sending U.S. troops to Mexico to help fight the drug war there.[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]Perry has made multiple controversial remarks and policy gaffes that have left the GOP establishment wondering about his mainstream appeal. For instance, some on the right questioned his characterization of Social Security as a [url="http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20103039-503544.html"]Ponzi scheme[/url], while Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann [url="http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20110261-503544.html"]pounced[/url] on the Perry policy requiring young girls to get vaccinated for HPV.[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]The damage to his campaign is showing; after weeks in the lead, Perry [url="http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20113438-503544.html"]fell behind former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney[/url] in a Fox News poll last week.[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]Romney as of late has been polling particularly well in some key early states, where the latest controversy surrounding Perry could derail his campaign. A recent [url="http://www.suffolk.edu/images/content/FINAL.New.Hampshire.Marginals.Sept.20.2011.pdf"]Suffolk University poll[/url] in New Hampshire, for instance, put Romney, at 41 percent, far ahead of Perry, who received just 8 percent support.[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]Dejalo ahi Rick que eso emociona a los de tu partido y le sirve de indirecta al negrito Cain que esta como cucaracha en baile de gallina, pa que se acabe de recoger y no este donde no lo quieren......[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]Macaca = Niggerhead[/size][/font]
[/left][left][font=inherit][size=4]WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO[/size][/font]

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Asi que una piedra que decia "Niggerhead" de un hunting ranch que el rentaba cuando era [b]democrata[/b] es el issue ahora?

[color=#ff0000][i]Some of the people interviewed by the Washington Post gave different accounts, with one former ranch worker saying he saw the word as late as 2008.[/i][/color]

Who? Any names? No one on camera saying that? Donde estan esos 'sources' que el AP encontro?


Si hay algo que Rick Perry no es es racista. Mira quien lo acusa, Al Sharpton, que lleva el racismo a flor de piel todo el tiempo.


Y los 500 millones a Solyndra? y El Fast and Furious? Y el desempleo y la recesion? Y los 16 trillones en deuda? Napoleon, la escases de argumentos te arrastra a pequen~eses como esta.

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El que lo acusa es la cucharacha de los republicanos.. .......:whistle:



[b] Cain: Perry insensitive over name of hunting camp[/b]

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain on Sunday criticized rival Rick Perry as being insensitive for not acting sooner in removing the racially offensive name from a rock outside the Texas hunting camp his family once leased.
Perry's campaign countered that Perry's father painted over the rock to cover the name, Niggerhead, soon after he began leasing the site in the early 1980s. While the Texas governor later joined the lease, neither he nor his family ever controlled, owned or managed the property, the campaign said in a statement.
The Washington Post reported Sunday that the origins of the name were unclear and there was no definitive account for when and how the name first appeared on a large, flat rock at the gated entrance to the Throckmorton County property. In recent photos the word is mostly obscured by white paint, the Post reported.
Cain, the only black Republican in the presidential race, accused Perry of insensitivity when asked about the report on Sunday news programs.
"Since Gov. Perry has been going there for years to hunt, I think that it shows a lack of sensitivity for a long time of not taking that word off of that rock and renaming the place," he told ABC's "This Week."
"Yes, it was painted over," he said. "But how long ago was it painted over? So I'm still saying that it is a sign of insensitivity."
Perry told the Post that the word on the rock is an "offensive name that has no place in the modern world."
"My mother and father went to the lease and painted the rock in either 1983 or 1984," Perry told the newspaper in a written response to questions. "This occurred after I paid a visit to the property with a friend and saw the rock with the offensive word. After my visit I called my folks and mentioned it to them, and they painted it over during their next visit."
Perry added: "Ever since, any time I ever saw the rock it was painted over."
The Post reported that people interviewed for its story remember seeing the rock with the name at various points during the 1980s and 1990s, the period in which the Perrys had the hunting lease and Perry brought friends to the site. Some of those interviewed said they worried that it could become a political liability for Perry.
Ray Sullivan, communications director for the Perry campaign, said the governor's father, Ray Perry, leased the hunting rights in the early 1980s and that Rick Perry was on the lease from 1997 to 2007. Rick Perry has not visited the property since December 2006, Sullivan said.
"Mr. Cain is wrong about the Perry family's quick action to eliminate the word on the rock, but is right the word written by others long ago is insensitive and offensive. That is why the Perrys took quick action to cover and obscure it," Sullivan said.

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Biden insensitive to indian convenience store clerks, but sensitive to "clean and without a dialect" black men like Obama.
Sharpton insensitive to white interlopers
Jesse Jackson insensitive to "hymietown" jews.
Obama insensitive to "typical white grandmothers".


Y puedo seguir por un mes. El racismo del Partido Democrata (creadores del KKK) se transformo de racismo abierto de Jim Crow hasta los 60's, a in racismo intrinsico al esclavizar al negro a una vida de mantengo a cambio de votos. The Plantation Master is now the DNC.

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Esto no es mas que un "titilallatingly salacious non-issue" sobre un candidato que no pisa ni arranca.

Artaguito tiene razon, pero se le olvida que cuando fue a marchar en Selma, en el 2007 u 8, Lo hizo con en nuevo partido de las panteras negras... Vaya voting de muestra... Las mismas panteras que violentaron el proceso electoral en el 2008 y Citi crimen fue compensado con impunidad por Holder.

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[b] Un buen compendio del racismo en el Partido Democrata:[/b]



[b] [url="http://bigjournalism.com/jjmnolte/2011/10/03/msm-more-concerned-with-perrys-relationship-with-rock-than-obamas-racially-charged-past/"]MSM More Concerned with Perry’s Relationship with Rock than Obama’s Racially-Charged Past[/url][/b]

[url="http://bigjournalism.com/jjmnolte/2011/10/03/msm-more-concerned-with-perrys-relationship-with-rock-than-obamas-racially-charged-past/"]http://bigjournalism.com/jjmnolte/2011/10/03/msm-more-concerned-with-perrys-relationship-with-rock-than-obamas-racially-charged-past/[/url]

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Tu crees que a George Lopez lo van a criticar en MSNBC o en 'The View' despues de decir esto: [i][b][color=#ff0000]and [b]Herman Cain- it's funny, the Republicans do know that he's darker than Barack Obama- maybe- but whiter on the inside[/b].[/color][/b][/i]


Que pena que le cancelaron el show, yo en verdad se lo cancele personalmente hace como un an~o cuando tuvo a Jennifer Lopez de guest host y ella en el show se refirio a Sarah Palin como "La Cabrona".

Espero que su vida personal le vaya mejor que su show y se consiga pronto una novia (ya que se divorcio de su esposa que le dono un riñon para que no se muriera).


Read more: [url="http://newsbusters.org/blogs/matthew-balan/2011/10/03/george-lopez-cain-darker-obama-whiter-inside#ixzz1Zp4muP98"]http://newsbusters.o...e#ixzz1Zp4muP98[/url]

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Muy bien por George Lopez......esos candidatos republicanos/teabaggers no valen nada......piensan primero en su bolsillo que en la gente....y son unos racistas!!!! Esto es como si tu tienes un hijo hp y viene tu vecino y te dice ese hijo tuyo es un hijo de p......y tu le caes encima.....porque solo tu le puedes decir hp.......jejejejejeje :whistle:

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George Lopez es un comediante mediocre. Richard Villa es mucho mejor que el. Aclaracion para los de mente de spandex... (estrecha)... Ser Republicano no es ser del "Tea Party"... Ron Paul es del Tea Party. Bachman es mezo-TeaParty. Perry es un Neo Con (former Democrat who doesn't want his wealth taxed)... Herman Cain es un conservador. Como les doera a los mercaderes de las politicas divisionistas el tener que bregar con un negro conservador... Maxime cuando su candidato tiro a su propia abuela blanca al hoyo... El Tea Party piensa primero en el bolsillo del ciudadano y contribuyente Americano. Los Democratas piensan primero en como pueden comprar el voto del que se lucra del extranjero ilegal y del ciudadano mantenido por la minoria provechosamente ocupada que contribuye...

Perry es tan inconsecuente que las facciones del "establishment" ya estan buscando su tercera alternativa de Huntsman a Perry a Christie para lograr aun otro presidente mas arrodillao a los intereses bursatilo-bancarios que el actual mandadero de Goldman Sachs.

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[quote name='mimapr' timestamp='1317740104' post='2939059']
Muy bien por George Lopez......esos candidatos republicanos/teabaggers no valen nada......piensan primero en su bolsillo que en la gente....y son unos racistas!!!! Esto es como si tu tienes un hijo hp y viene tu vecino y te dice ese hijo tuyo es un hijo de p......y tu le caes encima.....porque solo tu le puedes decir hp.......jejejejejeje :whistle:
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[color=#ff0000][i]piensan primero en su bolsillo que en la gente[/i][/color]

De que manera estar a favor de mi bolsillo es estar en contra de [color=#ff0000][i]la gente[/i][/color]? (a menos que por "gente" tu te refieras a los [b]moochers[/b] de la sociedad que viven del cuento y votan straight democrat)

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Ahora la palabra favorita de estos idiotas teabaggers/republicans es Nazi/Hitler.....luego se molestan cuando los llamamos comunistas.....La verdad es que no valen nada.....son una basura!!

[url="http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/1198931921001/coulter-on-wall-street-protests/"]http://video.foxbusi...treet-protests/[/url]

[b] Ann Coulter: Occupy Wall Street Protesters Are Like Nazis (VIDEO)[/b]


First Posted: 10/4/11 08:44 AM ET Updated: 10/4/11 08:44 AM ET



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[b]Ann Coulter made some rather surprising analogies on Monday when she compared the Occupy Wall Street movement to Nazism and the French Revolution[/b]
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Coulter was speaking to Fox Business' Eric Bolling, who seemed to share her less-than-charitable views of the protests, which have gained widespread attention and [url="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/04/occupy-wall-street-protests_n_993728.html"]sparked similar demonstrations[/url] in cities across the U.S.

Bolling first quoted the protesters' use of the phrases, "demolition of capitalism" and "if we can learn to share we can all live in prosperity," and asked Coulter for her reaction. Coulter responded quickly that these terms could have been said right "before the French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, and with only slight modification when the Nazis were coming to power...This is always the beginning of totalitarianism."

Coulter also stated that the Democratic Party loves "mob uprising" as it is their "path to power" and that Democrats "always assume that the mob leaders will remain mob leaders and not end up like Maximilien Robespierre, beheaded a couple years after the revolution began, that is often the way revolutions go."




[b][size=6]ESPN pulls Hank Williams Jr. after he compares Obama to Hitler[/size][/b]
[b]Chris Chase[/b] - October 3, 2011


Hank Williams Jr., the singer whose various videos for the hit song "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Monday Night" has served as the intro to "Monday Night Football" for 23 seasons, compared President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler during a Monday morning appearance on "Fox and Friends." The statement led to ESPN pulling his popular intro segment, best known to fans for its "Are you ready for some football?" ending, for Monday night's game between the Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers .

During a discussion on the 2012 presidential race, Williams began discussing Obama's golf outing with Speaker of the House John Boehner. He said it was a political mistake, on par with "Hitler playing golf with [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu."

Even if using Hitler in an analogy was something that was socially acceptable, the comparison still doesn't make any sense.

If you watched until the two-minute mark of the clip, you'll notice that Williams doesn't seem particularly coherent throughout the segment. He stumbles over words and declared Obama and Joe Biden to be "the Three Stooges." ("That's only two," host Steve Doocy dryly noted.)

ESPN released a statement expressing disappointment in Williams' comments. The network said the intro will be pulled for one game and any further decision will be based on how contrite the singer-songwriter is in the immediate future.

[ Check live scoring and set your lineup with Yahoo! Sports' Fantasy Football app ]

Stories like this can blow over quickly or burn slowly for a few days before building into a major news story. If it's the former, Williams' intro could be back for next week's game between the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions . If it's the latter, "Monday Night Football" may just have become a little less rowdy.

Update: ESPN skipped over the intro without mentioning the controversy. Instead of leading into the opening bars of Williams' song after a pre-packaged 15-second promo, the network cut to Mike Tirico in the booth and proceeded like nothing had happened.

Also, Williams released a statement late Monday explaining he was "misunderstood." It reads, in part:

"Some of us have strong opinions and are often misunderstood. My analogy was extreme — but it was to make a point. I was simply trying to explain how stupid it seemed to me - how ludicrous that pairing was."

They're polar opposites and it made no sense. They don't see eye-to-eye and never will. I have always respected the office of the President."

It's an explanation more than an apology. I don't sense much contrition. Whether or not those words are enough for ESPN remains to be seen. (For what it's worth, I think we've partied with our rowdy friends on Monday Night for the last time.) And the next time you want to compare polar opposites, oil and water is always a safe analogy.

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Tienes razon... Robert Mugabe le queda mejor.

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[color=#0000ff][i]Ahora la palabra favorita de estos idiotas teabaggers/republicans es Nazi/Hitler.....luego se molestan cuando los llamamos comunistas.....La verdad es que no valen nada.....son una basura!![/i][/color]


No es que nos molestaba Mima, es que estabas completamente erronea usando ese insulto. El comunismo es las ideas de tu partido en steroids.

Mira como el Partido Comunista apoya la legislacion de Barack Obama:

[b]What you can do to mobilize support for the American Jobs Act:[/b]
[url="http://cpusa.org/organizing-for-jobs-jobs-jobs/"]http://cpusa.org/organizing-for-jobs-jobs-jobs/[/url]

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[font=Georgia,]
[color=#0000ff][b]Ya los democratas en panico estan desplegando el Race Card antes de tiempo, y no les esta funcionando, Obama sigue en picada.[/b][/color][/font]
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[color=#0000ff][b]Este es un buen articulo de Michelle Malkin:[/b][/color][/font]
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[size=5][b]Macaca Media: Squeezing Blood from the 'N*****head' Stone[/b][/size][/font]

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The Washington Post's stoning of Texas GOP Gov. Rick Perry is journalistic malpractice. Instead of calling the newspaper to task, other national media outlets have joined in. And now, the Post is doubling down on slander.[/font]
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The Post dispatched reporters to the remote hunting grounds of a Perry-linked ranch — "associated" with Perry through "his father, partners or his signature on a lease" — because it once had a rock on it somewhere that had the word "Niggerhead" painted on it. The term is an embarrassing vestige of past racism not just in Texas but on geographical landmarks across the country.[/font]
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The Washington Post interviewed dozens of people about the remnant, which Perry says his family painted over and turned over years ago. The New York Times piled on Perry with its own crack investigation of hazy memories of bygone days. They unearthed one Perry hunting pal who never saw the sinful stone, but "could not be sure it was the same parcel that was the subject of the Post article." Another friend, Fred McClure, who is black, also could not recall ever seeing the rock and emphatically added that the paper's stone-cold insinuation that Perry is a bigot "is not only untrue but also extremely unfair."[/font]
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But the actual testimony of black Texans counts for nothing at the newspaper that infamously "Macaca'ed" former Virginia GOP Gov. George Allen after he clumsily traded barbs with a young liberal operative of Indian descent during his failed Senate bid. Recycling the tried-and-true "GOP equals racist" narrative, the Post composters published a second Stone-gate piece on Tuesday claiming that unidentified "minority legislators" had a problem with Perry's "complicated record on matters of race."[/font]
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Perry appointed the first black Texas Supreme Court justice, hired several top minority aides and "enjoys warm associations with many black leaders," according to the Post. So what's "complicated"? Unidentified minorities don't like his "embrace of the tea party movement" (which currently favors black GOP candidate Herman Cain, but never mind that). They, whoever "they" are, also seem to be upset that he featured race-hustler Jesse Jackson (you know, the demagogue who called New York City "Hymietown") in an old campaign ad.[/font]
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You don't have to be a Perry supporter (and I am most certainly not) to spot the Post's boulder-sized double standards. These rubble-rakers vetted the origins and whereabouts of a painted-over inanimate object with far more investigative zeal than they did with any of the actual living, fire-breathing race-baiters Barack Obama consorted with before and during his first presidential run.[/font]
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Case in point: the continued whitewashing of Obama's ties to the New Black Panther Party and its leader Malik Shabazz, a Jew-bashing, America-hating, 9/11 conspiracy theorist who inveighed: "If 3,000 people perished in the World Trade Center attacks and the Jewish population is 10 percent, you show me records of 300 Jewish people dying in the World Trade Center. ... We're daring anyone to dispute its truth. They got their people out."[/font]
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Former Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams blows the lid off the Obama administration's coddling of Shabazz and the NBPP's voter intimidation thugs in his new book, "Injustice" — and uncovered photos of Obama and the race-hustlers appearing at a 2007 civil rights event in Selma, Ala. The Post's response to Adams' whistle-blowing over the past two years? Liberal columnist E.J. Dionne sneeringly dismissed the career civil servant as a "Republican activist."[/font]
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But, hey, let's get back to squeezing blood from stones.[/font]
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Has Perry himself actually used the racial epithet that was once painted on the rock — you know, like the late former KKK leader Robert Byrd did as recently as 2001 when he referred to "white niggers"?[/font]
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Did Perry condescendingly refer to a black politician as "articulate and bright and clean" like Joe Biden did when he described Barack Obama in 2007?[/font]
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Did Perry racially stereotype Hispanics for political gain or refer offensively to President Obama's "light skin" and "lack of a Negro dialect" like Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid did just last year?[/font]
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What does it all say about Rick Perry? Nothing. Nada. Zip.[/font]
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While the Post cites unnamed minority pols decrying Perry's right-wing "racially tinged rhetoric," this is the guy who has indulged in left-wing impulses and disparaged his own base as racist in two separate GOP debates. First, he shamelessly suggested that opponents of in-state tuition discounts for illegal aliens were xenophobes who didn't like the sound of foreign last names. Then, he told them they were haters who lacked compassion: "I don't think you have a heart."[/font]
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That sounds a lot like the very suggestion the Macaca Media is leveling against him.[/font]
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It stinks to be falsely accused of racism. Maybe Perry, now under siege by the ruthless race card-playing media, will remember that the next time he's tempted to accuse conservatives who disagree with him of heartless bigotry.[/font]
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[i]Michelle Malkin is the author of "Culture of Corruption: Obama and his Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks & Cronies" (Regnery 2010). Her e-mail address is malkinblog@gmail.com.[/i][/font]



Read more: [url="http://newsbusters.org/blogs/michelle-malkin/2011/10/05/macaca-media-squeezing-blood-nhead-stone#comments#ixzz1ZwCzwHts"]http://newsbusters.org/blogs/michelle-malkin/2011/10/05/macaca-media-squeezing-blood-nhead-stone#comments#ixzz1ZwCzwHts[/url]

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      [left]Hours after Pennsylvania State Police arrested a 21-year-old Idaho man for allegedly [url="http://abcnews.go.com/US/white-house-shooting-suspect-ramiro-ortega-hernandez-arrested/story?id=14966099#.TsQa7HKVo-I"]firing a semi-automatic rifle at the White House[/url], the top student official for the College Republicans at the University of Texas tweeted that the idea of assassinating President Obama was “tempting.”[/left]

      [left][color=#333333][font=Georgia]At 2:29 p.m. ET, UT’s Lauren E. Pierce wrote: [/font][/color][color=#ff0000][font=Georgia]“Y’all as tempting as it may be, don’t shoot Obama. We need him to go down in history as the WORST president we’ve EVER had! #2012.”[/font][/color][/left]

      [left][color=#333333][font=Georgia]Pierce, the president of the College Republicans at UT Austin, told ABC News the comment was a “joke” and that the “whole [shooting incident] was stupid.” [/font][/color][color=#ff0000][font=Georgia]Giggling, she said that an attempted assassination would “only make the situation worse.”[/font][/color][/left]

      [left][color=#333333][font=Georgia]“Insofar as she’s a representative [of the College Republicans], maybe it shouldn’t be said, but she’s made a positive statement in a way, ” said Cassie Wright, the group’s vice president.[/font][/color][/left]

      [left][color=#333333][font=Georgia]“I don’t really see anything wrong with it,” Wright added. “It’s just a personal comment, not representative of any group. Just freedom of speech, you know?”[/font][/color][/left]

      [left][color=#333333][font=Georgia]Public Relations Director Spencer Raley had no comment.[/font][/color][/left]

      [left][color=#333333][font=Georgia]Earlier in the day, Secret Service Special Agent in Charge Edwin Donovan revealed that Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez had been taken into police custody after a nationwide search. The suspect was found at a Hampton Inn near Indiana, Pa.[/font][/color][/left]

      [left][color=#333333][font=Georgia]The Secret Service told ABC News Tuesday it suspected that a bullet fired during an incident last Friday may have hit a White House window. The agency said it feared the suspect might pose a threat to President Obama.[/font][/color][/left]


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      Estan todos pensando lo mismo.....