Rep. Joe Walsh: My What a Lovely White Hood

27 May

Don't Call Me A Racist Just Because I am

Am I the only one that is terrified that we, as a country, are experiencing a whole new wave of vicious racism?  I am so tired of people saying we are no longer racist because we have a black president.  If anything, the racisim in the United States seems to have reached a fever pitch since President Obama was elected.

Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL) is just more proof of completely unacceptable racism. When talking to Slate, Walsh said:

Why was he elected? Again, it comes back to who he was. He was black, he was historic. And there’s nothing racist about this. It is what it is. If he had been a dynamic, white, state senator elected to Congress he wouldn’t have gotten in the game this fast…They were in love with him because they thought he was a good liberal guy and they were in love with him because he pushed that magical button: a black man who was articulate, liberal, the whole white guilt, all of that.

Really?  Really?  Did you think of all this on your way back from a Klan meeting?  How many white freshman are there in the House right now, you fool!  Are you really going to tell us that Rand Paul won his seat in the Senate because of all of his experience?  Click here to read the full article.

3 Responses to “Rep. Joe Walsh: My What a Lovely White Hood”

  1. jonolan May 28, 2011 at 3:17 am #

    Yeah, it’s just so racist to the truth.

    Rep. Walsh is, by and large, correct; Obama likely wouldn’t have made it into the Senate – unless he moved out of Chicago – if he’d been White and NEVER would have won the Democratic primary in 2008.

  2. roland June 30, 2011 at 5:33 pm #

    Both you and joe walsh are complete racist assholes.

    • Michael Hulshof-Schmidt June 30, 2011 at 5:44 pm #

      I presume you are talking about Jonolan’s response to my article and I would agree they are both racists.

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