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ESPN pulls Hank Williams Jr. after he compares Obama to Hitler

October 3, 2011 1 comment

Jock-sniffing Jew snivel-snoots yank Hank for comparing halfrican to Hitler (What did Adolf ever do to  receive such a demeaning comparison?) after he speaks the forbidden words on “Faux and Fiends.” 

Freedom of Speech sacked for financial and social loss by hook-nosed tackle and Jewish “lyin’-backers” if you dare encroach into the Marxist “red zone.”

All your “rowdy friends” can come over only if they supplicate and fellate the total tribe network. Why, it’s a family tradition in McAmerica…

ESPN pulls Hank Williams Jr. after he compares Obama to Hitler

By Chris Chase

ESPN pulls Hank Williams Jr. after he compares Obama to Hitler

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,{ED-Translation: Hockey stick-nosed Hebes dictate to slave population what is “socially acceptable” in true Orwellian fashion} 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.

Stories like this can blow over and burn slowly for a few days. 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: 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.  And the next time you want to compare polar opposites, oil and water is always a safe analogy. {Ed-Groveling lapdog hack licks the heel of his master’s shit-caked boots.}

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Could You Imagine This….

July 6, 2011 2 comments

“If Whites sit out the election instead of saying, ‘We’re going to punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us,’ if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s going to be harder and that’s why I think it’s so important that people focus on voting on November 2.” ~ Ronald Reagan <<<not a real quote>>> 

What would happen in the media? What would you think? Is this outraguos? Is this racist? Heck what if a White talk show host said this, or a White teacher? I wager that they would lose their job and wear a big red R on their chest. I mean in this day and age no self respecting political leader would dare say something so outragous and controversial would they? I mean if they did, they would be commiting political suicide right?

 Well not so fast: read on please….. Read more…

White Flight

January 7, 2011 1 comment

What’s this? The Dynamic Die-versity Duo at cross purposes? Will the Kike Krusader and his Goy Wonders escape the evil clutches of race-reality? Can White America find the strength and courage to stand up to Mex Luther and the ‘Legion of  Coon?’

Tune in next week– Same Black time–Same Black Channel!

White Flight

Graphic: Two Diverging Views of America

Previously unreleased results from the 2010 exit polls show a stark gap between whites and minorities and a smaller but still significant difference between blue- and white-collar whites.

President Obama’s path to a second term may rely on states shaped by the same social forces he embodies.

By Ronald Brownstein [TAPIR ALERT]

Friday, January 7, 2011 | 6:05 a.m.

By any standard, white voters’ rejection of Democrats in November’s elections was daunting and even historic.

Fully 60 percent of whites nationwide backed Republican candidates for the House of Representatives; only 37 percent supported Democrats, according to the National Election Poll exit poll conducted by Edison Research. Not even in Republicans’ 1994 congressional landslide did they win that high a percentage of the white vote.

Moreover, those results may understate the extent of the white flight from the Democratic Party, according to a National Journal analysis of previously unpublished exit-poll data provided by Edison Research.

The new data show that white voters not only strongly preferred Republican House and Senate candidates but also registered deep disappointment with President Obama’s performance, hostility toward the cornerstones of the current Democratic agenda, and widespread skepticism about the expansive role for Washington embedded in the party’s priorities. On each of those questions, minority voters expressed almost exactly the opposite view from whites.

Much can change in two years—as Obama’s own post-2008 odyssey demonstrates. These results, however, could carry profound implications for 2012. They suggest that economic recovery alone may not solve the president’s problems with many of the white voters who stampeded toward the Republican Party last year. “It comes down to that those voters are very skeptical of the expansion of government,” says Colorado Republican Party Chairman Dick Wadhams, a veteran strategist. “The voters who went with Obama in 2008 did not know what they were going to get with that vote. Now that they’ve seen the health care bill, the stimulus bill, the bailout, the cap-and-trade proposal—issue after issue, they don’t like what they see.”

That resistance could, in turn, increase the pressure on Obama to accelerate the generation-long transformation of the Democratic electoral coalition that he pushed forward in 2008. With so much of the white electorate, especially working-class whites, dubious about the president’s direction, to win a second term he will likely need to increase turnout and improve his showing among the groups that keyed his 2008 victory—minorities, young people, and white-collar white voters, especially women. In 2012, Obama may be forced to build his Electoral College map more around swing states where those voters are plentiful (such as Colorado, North Carolina, and even Arizona) and less on predominantly blue-collar and white states such as Ohio and Indiana that he captured in 2008.

David Axelrod, [TAPIR ALERT] Obama’s chief political strategist, said in an interview that “it would be a mistake to take exit polls from a midterm election and extrapolate too far” toward 2012. Conditions—and the composition of the electorate—will change a great deal by then, he said. But he acknowledged that Obama must “reset” the public perception about his view of government’s role. Axelrod, who plans to return to Chicago next month to help direct the president’s reelection campaign, also made it clear that he sees as a “particularly instructive” model for 2012 the case of Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet[TAPIR ALERT] in Colorado, who won his contest last fall by mobilizing enough minorities, young people, and socially liberal, well-educated white women to overcome a sharp turn toward the GOP among most of the other white voters in his state. [Ed-In other words, Tapir-Bennet bussed in some nigger winos and Brown squatty invaders, while also relying on his usual choir of Heeb-homies, limp-dick White liberals and fem-twats that inhabit the Marxist metro-areas of Colorado.]

Given the trends among the white electorate evident in these exit-poll findings, that formula might represent Obama’s most promising path to a second term. Because the 2010 elections dealt such a heavy blow to the Democrats’ old models of electoral success, the imperative of electoral transformation is looming ever larger for the president. “He has to make an effort to reclaim some of the lost [white] vote,” says Simon Rosenberg, [TAPIR ALERT] president of NDN, a Democratic analysis and advocacy group. “But he’s got to push the new electorate harder.”

THE NEW COLOR LINE

After Election Day, several media outlets released exit-poll data breaking down the contrasting level of support among white and minority voters for Republican and Democratic congressional candidates. But they did not publish results that separated by race the responses to questions that measured attitudes about Obama’s performance, the state of the economy, the national agenda, and the way voters described their own ideology. It was those additional race-specific results that National Journal recently purchased from Edison Research, the organization that conducts the exit surveys. These polls provide an unusually valuable lens through which to assess such attitudes, because surveyors interview many more respondents (17,504 in the national survey this year) than in a typical poll.

From every angle, the exit-poll results reveal a new color line: a consistent chasm between the attitudes of whites and minorities. The gap begins with preferences in the election.

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An open challenge

October 30, 2010 6 comments

Recently, I had some time to peruse some Facebook posts and as is usually the case, I found some interesting discourse as the conversations digressed from the otherwise mundane topic.

The crux of my fascination was with the back-n-forth between Republicans and Democrats on the matter of the ‘Tea Party’. A liberal was making the accusation that the “KKK” was actively entrenched in this group. The Republicans involved in this debate-in their ever sheepish way whenever race is brought up-meekly countered that every group has its “loons.”

Right, now let’s take a little drive into Realityville, shall we?
Truth of the matter is, there exists no “KKK” for all intents and purposes as these libtards like to bleat, every time Whites organize for their implicit interests, as is the case with the Tea party. (Though the tea-baggers will never admit it, in essence what they want to perserve is a White culture.) These Libtards have had their brains pickled by History channel fish stories and Jerry Springer theatrics. You know, like when Springer would have on a purported White supremicist leader and his subservient acolytes, when in fact, they were nothing more than sheet wearing stage hands and interns on the Jew Springer’s show. Stating that the KKK exists in any serious, politically influential form is absurd.

The “KKK” has long since past into the pages of history. The last time it held any sway over the corridors of power was nearly one hundred years ago. I find it rather odd that in a time when Black Panthers are intimidating voters, when powerful Mexican advocacy groups are threatening violent overthrow of our country, when presidential hopefuls need the kosher endorsement of influential Jewish cabals in order to run for office, that someone would exhume the dry-rotted corpse of the Klan.

Sadly, the quivering Nancy-boys of the GOP never stand up to this racial bullying. They never take the offensive, since they’ve been conditioned and shamed into believing White rights equate to the blood-curdling “KKK” and all things wicked.

You see my dear Whinos, these suppurating servants of PC puss know this will send shivers down your spongecake spines. They know it’s bullshit. It isn’t roving gangs of Grand Wizards that are turning our cities and towns into savage no-go zones for Whites. It isn’t connected gangs of hooded marauders on horseback killing U.S. diplomats. No, I’m afraid the facts say otherwise, no matter how many farcical, Jewywood movie memes are implanted in the gullible minds of the masses.

So herein lies my open challenge to Liberals, Republicans and all their other flaccid derivatives:

Name me one organization that advocates exclusively and explicitly for Whites that will not be discredited and condemned by the mainstream media or you, as Nazi/White supremicist/KKK/racist/insert your invective here.

Name me one approved of pro-White group that is exclusively and explicitly looking out for us White folk, and is concerned about the future of our White children.

Oh, I can name you a couple that look after Jewish interests:

Ameinu
American Friends of Likud
American Gathering/Federation of Jewish Holocaust Survivors
America-Israel Friendship League
American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)
American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Congress
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
American Sephardi Federation
American Zionist Movement
Americans for Peace Now
AMIT
Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
Association of Reform Zionists of America
B’nai B’rith International
Bnai Zion
Central Conference of American Rabbis
Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America
State of Israel Bonds/Development Corporation for Israel
Emunah of America
Friends of Israel Defense Forces
Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
Jewish Community Centers Association
Jewish Council for Public Affairs
Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs
Jewish Labor Committee
Jewish National Fund
Jewish Reconstructionist Federation
Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America (JWV)
Jewish Women International
MERCAZ USA, Zionist Organization of the Conservative Movement
NA’AMAT USA
NCSJ Advocates on behalf of Jews in Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic States & Eurasia
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of Young Israel
World ORT – ORT America branch
Rabbinical Assembly (RA)
Rabbinical Council of America (RCA)
Religious Zionists of America (RZA or Mizrahi)
Union for Reform Judaism (URJ)
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (Orthodox Union or OU)
United Jewish Communities (UJC)
United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ)
Women’s International Zionist Organization (WIZO)
Women’s League for Conservative Judaism (WLCJ)
Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ)
Workmen’s Circle (Arbeter Ring)
World Zionist Executive, US
Zionist Organization of America (ZOA)

…And maybe just a few Black orgs…

NAACP
United Negro College Fund
Color of Change.org
National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL)
African American Women Business Owners Association
Blacks in Government (BIG)
National Black Business Trade Association
National organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE)
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)
Harvard Black Law Students Association
National Alliance of Black School Educators
National Black Child Development Institute
National Urban League, Inc.

…Let’s not leave out the Chicanos…

Brown Berets
MECha
National Council of La Raza
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
National Association of Latino Elected & Appointed Officials (NALEO)
Latino Advocacy Coalition
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
The ASPIRA Association, Inc.
Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC)
Committee for Hispanic Children and Families, Inc. (CHCF)
Diamante, Inc.
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
Hispanic Business Initiative Fund (HBIF)
The Hispanic Center, Inc. (THC)

Yes, no one in the mainstream media calls AIPAC, La Raza or the NAACP “loons.” They are respected as legitimate RACIAL special interest groups. And potent ones, at that. Just ask your favorite Republican/Liberal hot-air balloon, who has without a doubt tethered him/herself to one or all of these groups in order to succeed in the political stratosphere. So, now it’s your turn…

…It’s simple. Just one lefty-tasted, right-wing approved, explicitly and exclusively pro-White group that is accepted by you and your talking-talmudvision-gods. Just one association that cares about the welfare of White men, women and children. Just one. Shouldn’t be too hard for a bright bunch like yourselves. I’ll bet even that grotesque network of stretch marks Michael Moore could do it. Just one. And as The obscene phone caller from Faux news likes to say, “make it pithy.”