March 20, 2012

Racist Sacks Of Crap Come Out Against Possibility Of White First Lady

The racist sack of crap making the comment is political hack-tor Robert DeNiro.

"Callista Gingrich. Karen Santorum. Ann Romney. Now do you really think our country is ready for a white first lady?" De Niro asked a star-studded crowd gathered in the backroom of Locanda Verde, a restaurant he owns on Greenwich Street in TriBeCa.

Someone in the crowd shouted, "No!" as De Niro quickly added, "Too soon, right?"

Among the attendees at the gathering who did not walk out were racist sacks of crap Beyonce, her mother Tina Knowles, Star Jones, Whoopi Goldberg, Gayle King, Angela Bassett and Ben Stiller. And presiding over the event was Michelle Obama, who disgracefully failed to denounce the racist appeal on the spot, indicating that she is a racist sack of crap as well and utterly unfit to be First Lady.

Now I think Ann Romney and Karen Santorum are fine women, and either one would make a wonderful First Lady (though I have a serious problem with one of their husbands). Ron Paulís wife Carol would make a great First Lady, were it not for the fact that her husband is a loon. Iím a bit less sanguine about the possibility of Callista Gingrich in that role, because of the way in which she and her husband carried on an adulterous affair for years (though I do think his response to these racist comments is magnificent).

But for those who cannot stand the notion of a white First Lady, let me offer some possibilities for you. Any one of them would be a better choice for a non-white First lady -- and all of them have spouses who are an improvement on the current President.

Mrs. Columba Bush, wife of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.

Mrs. Supriya Jindal, wife of Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal.

Mrs. Jeanette Rubio, wife of Florida Senator Marco Rubio.

Dr. Angela Graham West, wife of Florida Congressman Allen West.

And let me add one more to the mix.

Mr. Chuck Franco, husband of New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez.

I mean, given that we could have an open/brokered/deadlocked convention in Tampa, the spouse of any one of these individuals could end up as the GOP nominee for President in August.

Or at least the GOP candidate for Vice President.

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Great post, and I love all those women. They would make fantastic First Ladies. It was a stupid comment for anyone to make, but hey, look at his audience. No wonder they loved it. And the title using "crack" was a poor choice of words also. But hey, freedom of speech and all. They simply show who and what they are.

|| Posted by Debbie, March 20, 2012 04:25 PM ||

Um, it was a joke. Every first lady in history, until the current administration, has been white.

|| Posted by Zachriel, March 21, 2012 12:49 PM ||

It was indicative of the basic racism of Democrats -- who would not have let a comment about race of Michelle Obama by a Republican go by without imputing racism to whole of conservative America. That those who heard this racially tinged "joke" sat by and laughed rather than driving DeNiro from the stage show the tolerance of racism inherent in the malignant ideology of the Democrats.

And don't excuse it with a joke -- even the Regime has finally been forced to condemn it. You know, sort of like you folks demanded with the comments about Sandra Fluke made by Rush Limbaugh. now when will Obama be calling the three ladies DeNiro attacked to commiserate with them?

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, March 21, 2012 03:38 PM ||

Great choices! Love your take on it.

|| Posted by Sara Noble, March 22, 2012 07:27 PM ||

lol @ this article.


@Rhymes With Right, IT WAS A JOKE! Look up "comedic irony" you buffoon.

|| Posted by Derrick Hoftsmere, July 3, 2012 10:20 PM ||

Would such a racist joke be acceptable from a conservative? I didn't think so.

I've been holding liberals to the same stand s they hold conservatives to since the day I started blogging. I'm doing the same here, Derrick.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, July 4, 2012 07:02 AM ||

I'm fascinated with how some of you right-wingers are OBSESSED with pretending there is little or no racism on the right!! Come on...look at the make up/demographics of the Republican Party, its rabid anti-immigrants (dark skin immigrants specifically, i.e., Hispanics, Muslims, Asians, etc.), its huge base of fanatic, intolerant evangelicals,...just accept the fact that there is racism and prejudice aplenty in the Republican party, and if you are a genuine non-racist, then fight against it instead of posting pathetic little stories of supposedly 'racist' liberals.
I'm not saying every Republican is racist, absolutely NOT, but if you are racist, you are FAR MORE likely to be a Republican than anything else. This is obviously just my observation...

|| Posted by Dara, July 11, 2012 10:32 AM ||

Let's look at this for a minute.

1) If you are going to argue that the majority white composition of the GOP is evidence of racism, presumably you'll agree that the overwhelmingly black membership of the NAACP and near unanimously Hispanic composition of LULAC and La Raza make those racist organizations as well. If you don't then your argument fails.

2) Anti-immigrant? You must be joking! The GOP is explicitly pro-immigrant. What the GOP opposes is those who come to this country in violation of our nation's immigration laws and then demand legal status and a full plate of government benefits rather than a ticket back home. To the degree that there is a problem with Muslims, it has to do with the problem of terrorism connected to their faith, not the faith itself..

3) The GOP is racist because of a "huge base of fanatic, intolerant evangelicals"? You do realize that African-Americans make up the largest segment of evangelical Christians in America -- and that evangelicalism is growing by leaps and bounds among Hispanics and Asians, don't you? Or is your religious bigotry (and you are expressing religious bigotry there) blinding you to those facts.

4) Do I accept that there is some racism and prejudice among Republicans? Sure -- but I have invariably found it more among "progressive" types like yourself. After all, you won't hear Republicans calling folks who deviate from Republican talking points "race traitors" -- but consider that I've documented the frequent application of "Uncle Tom" and "Oreo" to black conservatives, "banana" to conservative Asians (yellow on the outside but white on the inside), and slurs too numerous to mention for conservative Hispanics.

5) What comments like yours illustrate is the blindness of "liberals" and "progressives" to their own racism -- indeed, their open embrace of racism. That's because you folks define your views as "correct" and any deviation from them as "evil" -- and it is therefore acceptable to heap hatred and contempt upon those who contradict them. And to the degree that those insults are based upon race and ethnicity -- well, those minority individuals unenlightened enough to disagree with you just merit a double dose that includes reference to their race/ethnicity in order to raise their consciousness enough that they will come back into solidarity with their people.

6) By the way, you folks on the Left define opposition to Barack Obama and his policies to be racist. The thing is, I've opposed similar policies my entire adult life, even when those seeking to enact them were white. Race has nothing to do with it.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, July 11, 2012 03:02 PM ||

Oh, Dara, let me comment on your conclusion -- I'm not saying every Republican is racist, absolutely NOT, but if you are racist, you are FAR MORE likely to be a Republican than anything else. This is obviously just my observation...

My EXPERIENCE is exactly the opposite. My party doesn't have a history of electing a Kluxer to the US Senate for over half a century. My party deployed all of its resources -- including a sitting President -- to defeat a racist gubernatorial candidate, even though it meant the new governor would be a Democrat. I've personally experienced racial slurs from Democrats campaigning in minority Democrat neighborhoods and witnessed white Democrats heap racist insults upon minority Republicans. I therefore suggest that your "observation" is simply a rehash of what you have been told and your own prejudices, not a reflection of reality.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, July 11, 2012 03:10 PM ||
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