Today’s AYFKM? Award Goes To Non-Rep Henry Johnson (D-GA)

Of course it’s a dem that is throwing down the race card again.  Dream on Dems –  your time has come to an end.  Hank seems to think that if the congress doesn’t reprimand Joe Wilson for his outburst, then y’all are going to be putting on pointy white hats and riding through the countryside.  I wonder how the black folks I met in D.C. during the march feel about this resolution.

Joe Wilson spoke the truth and is now be censored; just like the rest of us.

18 thoughts on “Today’s AYFKM? Award Goes To Non-Rep Henry Johnson (D-GA)”

  1. That comment by Rep. Johnson was just outrageous. How dare he? There was absolutely nothing racial about Wilson’s outburst. Gimme a break!

  2. I wish I could remember which site I saw the sign that said” It does not matter what is on the sign it is going to be considered racism” or something to that affect. If I can find it I will drop it here. It is no longer important what the issue is if you disagree with the crazies in the WH someone is willing to call you a racist. They have nothing else and it will soon lose its affect, at least with most Americans. It is like the little boy yelling the sky is falling nobody is listening and when it is for real no one will care. That is the real crime in calling everything racist when the real thing happens no one will be paying attention.

    It does show that they do not have an argument other than calling everyone a racist that questions what is happening to our Country. It does grow old and does not answer the question if we are such a racist nation just how did Obama get elected? I guess we would have to believe that not one white person voted for him.

  3. ROFLMAO!!

    Don’t be angry at these sad sad fools. Every time they try to diminish what we are and who we are they only succeed in pushing the people sitting on the fence over to our side.

  4. As Forrest Gump wisely said….

    “Racist is as racist does”

    In my experience, the one that screams the loudest is the most guilty. I grew up in an area where prejudice was a way of life. It mostly came from the blacks, the whites were only reacting to the prejudice they were on the receiving end of. One day I was on a job, remodeling a house. I went out to my truck to get a tool. There was a really cute black boy about 5 or so, just smiling big at me. I smiled back and told him hi. Then I heard his momma yell “get away from that white man, he’ll KILL you!”. This is the way blacks were raised in the New Orleans area. This created a distrust and hatred of whites.

    I am sad to say that this attitude is very prevalent in the black society. My mom was a school teacher, and worked with some black teachers. There were always smiles and good attitudes between all. One day as she was about to walk into the teacher’s lounge, she overheard 4 black teachers in the room talking about how the white teachers were not to be trusted, how they hated them, and how they can push the work load onto the whites.

    This attitude seems to be prevalent in society today. Obama was elected by the 14% population of blacks (though I do know many that saw through him and did not support him) and a large population of whites. Seems to me that prejudice was not a factor, rather the lack of it, but at every turn, even when it does not apply, the race card is thrown.

    I am not prejudiced against color, I AM prejudiced against ATTITUDE!!!! Color is an element of DNA that one has no control over, attitude is a CHOICE, and I am tired of being called names and judged by other people’s bad attitudes!

  5. PM… I would agree with you that some of the most racist people I have met are “people of color.”

    I’ve always said that whatever these people say is actually a mirror of themselves.

    Playing the race card is just a way to shutdown any discussion each time they cannot defend their incompetence, they espouse bad policy, or have nothing constructive to say.

    What I find interesting is… even with every black person of voting age voting for Obama (which most did), he still could not have been elected. So, in a very real sense, it was the non-black population that voted for him that, in effect, elected him. Some of those very same people, along with some blacks, are now regretting THAT decision.

    So much for the race argument.

  6. Why is it so hard for Obama and his minions to accept criticism? When you look under every rock to find racism, you will find it, but you no longer take responsibility for who you are and what you do. You become nothing more than an excuse for your life – and a miserable one at that.

  7. Whoever the people are who groomed and placed obama in the position to run for president were geniuses. They’re not just trying to silence the opposition with race, they are trying to ignite racial unrest. They’re trying to divide and concur the American people, and they’re doing a pretty dammed good job of it. Now even Jimmy Carter (who’s a member of the CFR) is jumping in to the fray. Freaking unbelievable.

  8. Well people of Georgia you should be proud! If this guy really believes what he said he just might be the dumbest man in your state. You folks better vote him out or you will get the same reputation as Mass. Vermont and Illinois for electing stupid people.

    For the record I judge this mans stupidity upon the content of his statement and not the color of his skin. I would love to hear what Walter Williams has to say about this guy.

  9. And you can add President Carter to that list. I could not BLEIVE when he came out with his statement last nigt. I guess it never occurred to any of these people that we oppose Obama’s policies on their MERITS. For that matter, we pick our presidential choices on their MERITS, something sorely lacking with Obama. It has NOTHING to do with the color of his skin – it has to do with his lack of experience, his race-baiting, his misogyny, especially his treatments of Hillary and Sarah; his caucus fraud; his payment of $832,000 to ACORN for “voter registration”; his 20 yrs in Rev. Wright’s church; his associations with Rezko, Khalidi, Kilpatrick, Meeks, Ayers, and Kmiec, to name a few; his “present” votes; his lack of holding ONE meeting of the committee charged with overseeing Europe, NATO, and Afghanistan, then having the audacity to claim what a mess Afghanistan was; his thugs; his reneging on FISA, DOMA, DADT, and I could go on and on. Not one of those has to do wirth the color of the man’s skin – not ONE.

    How DARE this representative, and Carter, call us racists because we don’t fall in lockstep on “Everything Obama Does Is GREAT!” We have the CONSTITUTIONAL right to disagree with, and CHALLENGE, our president, when we disagree with his policies – and that does NOT make us racists, but AMERICANS.

    But we knew this was going to happen, right?

  10. See Rev? When you go off like that I just do not have to write the obligatory “we oppose his policies and czars” post! Thanks for stopping by and thank you for linking to my site for the 9.12 march info. More pics and info to come; just getting settled back in and looking for a job.

  11. These idiotic, small minded weenies have been screaming RACIST! for the last 50 years, and it’s really getting old! And that worthless MORON Jimmy “Peanut brain” Carter needs to just shut the f@#k up and go away, and the Clintons need to do the same! I am so tired of being told that because of what I do, say, or think makes me a racist. For years I heard from these fools: “You OWE us for what you did 100 years ago by enslaving us”. Well I got some news for you brother…my family did NOTHING to you, and you need to get over it, and get a life! Race has NOTHING to do with what’s happening today.

  12. Sticks and stones will break my bones, but names will NEVER hurt me!!! I guess if he thinks me to be a racist, he can call me what he wishes. Obama’s free to lie (Go Joe Wilson- yeah!) It is still a free country with the First amendment intact, at least the last time I looked.

    My quote of the day: The government of the United States is a definite government, confined to specified objects. It is not like the state governments, whose powers are more general. Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government. James Madison (In Congress, he helped frame the Bill of Rights. Madison was elected President in 1808. He wrote, “The advice nearest to my heart and deepest in my convictions is that the Union of the States be cherished and perpetuated.” In later years, he was referred to as the “Father of the Constitution”. Did he really know what he was saying in the above quote? You bet he did. Also, seeing the US government in the situation it is in now, would he roll over in his grave? You bet he would.)

  13. Oh, and from a link on your page – tactics of Saul Alinsky. Looks like they play quite well by his rulebook.

    5. “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counteract ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, which then reacts to your advantage.”

    8. “Keep the pressure on, with different tactics and actions, and utilize all events of the period for your purpose.”

    9. “The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.”

    10. “The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition. It is this unceasing pressure that results in the reactions from the opposition that are essential for the success of the campaign.”

    11. “If you push a negative hard and deep enough, it will break through into its counterside… every positive has its negative.”

    Suzy

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