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When did it become so engrained in your lib mind to scream xenophobia racist at anything and everything
I am pretty sure there are equal amount in both parties of racial feelings towards all.... Somehow pretty much 8 yrs ago it's been full tilt to say it's only white people that can be construed as racist and every gullible white guilted lib has fell for it and are downfor this destroy anything euro white related

Take back our country is used CONSTANTLY by both and means winning back an election from the other party
Tea party meme was for less govt intervention lower taxes and enforcing current immigration law ......gasp........ What perverrted type of person could be so racist in wanting to have its countries immigration laws abided by and borders secured

do you have any idea of mexicos immigration laws


LOL, talk about deflecting! Where did I say only white people can be racist? Are you honestly trying to tell me that Dems use "take back our country" as often as people on the right? Prove it. The term is so associated witht the contrary that it has its own Urban Dictionary entry by now:

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Take+back+our+country

Take back our country
1. A rallying cry for people who think the United States has been "taken over" by anti-American socialists, foreigners, liberals, Marxists, minorities, etc.

The phrase is typically used by white male conservatives who oppose any type of change they perceive as a "threat" to their "way of life." Instead of providing a specific plan for improving the country or the government, they imply that the nation has been "kidnapped" by evil people who hate America and want to destroy freedom.

Unanswered questions: A) Who is "we"? B) Where do "we" want to take the country back to?

2. A phrase that implies our current government is somehow "illegitimate" despite the election of November 2008 when a majority of Americans voted for Obama and the current Congress.
ED: "We've got to take back our country. Otherwise those people in Washington will force our children to become Communist Muslim freedom-hating slaves of Obama. The rest of us will be forced to live in secret FEMA concentration camps. Just you wait and see!"

CINDY: "You've been watching Fox News again, haven't you?"

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Your now resorting to urban dictionary to double down on your claim?

Obama Hilary biden al Franken Howard dean James CarrvillePaul begala all in recent memory have said the same thing


How and what am I deflecting??
I was indicating the general opinion/meme of this administrations goal and the vast majority of left wing media outlets that are only interested in whites and their racism. Clearly did not say you
but since you bring it up you are certainly falling into the trap and do point the racist stick at every story of real alleged or perceived at whites alot

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While it's true that some Dems have used the term in the past as well, lately, it's primarily a rallying cry for the GOP, starting with the Tea Party. Are you telling me you never heard the GOP and their media arm tossing around the term "elites" when specifically casting disparagement at people who live in blue states?



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Originally posted by translucent
While it's true that some Dems have used the term in the past as well, lately, it's primarily a rallying cry for the GOP, starting with the Tea Party. Are you telling me you never heard the GOP and their media arm tossing around the term "elites" when specifically casting disparagement at people who live in blue states?

Primary rally cry of a group of people having political dissent seems ok to me on any side what's not ok is to point that racist stick at an entire group of people

Elites are used as gun toting bible thumpers in labels what's you point


So u were aware of Mexicos immigration laws

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Originally posted by bxbomb
Primary rally cry of a group of people having political dissent seems ok to me on any side what's not ok is to point that racist stick at an entire group of people

Elites are used as gun toting bible thumpers in labels what's you point


So u were aware of Mexicos immigration laws


The big difference is that at GOP/Tea Party rallies, it was fairly common to see Obama on a placard as a witch doctor or something else obviously referring to his race. At Dem raillies, you don't tend to see people openly protesting against rural white people.

What does Mexico's immigration policy have to do with anything?

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Originally posted by translucent
The big difference is that at GOP/Tea Party rallies, it was fairly common to see Obama on a placard as a witch doctor or something else obviously referring to his race. At Dem raillies, you don't tend to see people openly protesting against rural white people.

What does Mexico's immigration policy have to do with anything?


Yeh your right must have been in my dreams I saw those Bush hitler and Bush gorilla signs and placards and all the code pink and anti war crowds signs of good will towards W

Your vilifying the anti illegal immigration tea party types and their stance on said illegal immigration
Are you aware of mexicos stance on immigration

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Originally posted by bxbomb
Yeh your right must have been in my dreams I saw those Bush hitler and Bush gorilla signs and placards and all the code pink and anti war crowds signs of good will towards W

Your vilifying the anti illegal immigration tea party types and their stance on said illegal immigration
Are you aware of mexicos stance on immigration


There's a difference between Code Pink demonstrators protesting the war and right-wingers protesting Obama's race.

Again, what does Mexico's immigration policy have to do with anything?

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Originally posted by translucent
There's a difference between Code Pink demonstrators protesting the war and right-wingers protesting Obama's race.

Again, what does Mexico's immigration policy have to do with anything?

Your the one that claimed and still is in this last response that tea party GOP ,"take back America crowd" is racist and wants to take their country back from illegals n blacks besides claiming falsely GOP righty invented and only ones wh said that term

Again are you or were you aware of mexicos insanely racist bigoted immigration laws

As far as I could remember as a kid witch doctors are associated with Africa Barry has African roots does he not if not?
They were protesting medical issues ...you remember the one when Barry told those racist white people they could keep their doctors? Not a far stretch for those 5-10 people in America who came up with the idea and irun with it
Far as I remember not one had referenced anything being racist.... That is of course if your not a white guilted lib who sees racism in anything a white person over 40 does or says

Fact proven by your words "right winger protesting obamas race"

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Wow, you're really saying that the witch doctor thing was purely a reference to physicians under Obamacare and wasn't racist? If protesters are bringing up Obama's cultural heritage in a caricature on placards, that is by definition racism. When was the last time you saw protesters bringing up a white President's ancestry when arguing against a policy decision.

Back, to Mexico; please explain exactly how their immigration policy is relevant here.



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You ar the problem and the lefts wet dream when it comes to "racism"

Now that South Carolina has taken down the Confederate flag flying on statehouse grounds, MSNBC is drumming the five whose state flags incorporate “Confederate themes.”

MAP: The 5 states that still have flags with #ConfederateFlag themes. #ConfederateTakeDown pic.twitter.com/HkYOHEoQX5

— bernie lubell (@bernielubell) July 10, 2015

They continue to prove liberals are never satisfied. We fought the Civil War. We ratified the Fourteenth Amendment. We have the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The civil-rights movement was a success. Now, we have South Carolina pulling down the Confederate flag. But it’s still not enough. And Hillary Clinton agrees.


“Removing this symbol of our nation’s racist past is an important step towards equality and civil rights in America,” Clinton said in a written statement after the South Carolina legislature voted to remove the flag. “The flag may soon no longer fly at the State Capitol, but there is still unfinished business in confronting and acting on the inequalities that still exist in our country. We can’t hide from the hard truths about race and justice. We must do everything in our power to have the courage to name them and change them” (emphasis mine).

In saying this is a “step toward equality and civil rights,” Clinton is acting as if the civil-rights movement never happened. She is painting our nation with the brush of racism as if it were still 1950—or even 1860.

Whites Must Stop Being Racists, But They Can’t
Shelby Steele, author of “White Guilt,” calls this “manipulating stigma.” With the victory of the civil-rights movement, whites lost their moral authority—something that inevitably happens when you admit you’ve done something wrong. As a nation, we confessed our racist past, and we righted that wrong. That should have been the end of it, but with the loss of that moral authority came an increase in the moral authority of minorities—power they and the Democratic Party have twisted and used to advance one social-justice agenda after another. Steele says this happens because of white guilt, and the stigma of racism reinforces white guilt.

‘If they don’t prove the negative, then the stigma sticks.’
Clinton says we can’t hide “from the hard truths about race and justice.” Which hard truths is she talking about except that we must overcome our inherent racism? President Obama said it is “in our DNA” to be racist. With this statement, he stigmatizes our nation. Clinton’s call to do everything in our power to have the courage to name those truths and change them is another way of saying that whites are racists, so we must “stigmatize them” and force them to change—to comply. A lot of effort won’t even be needed, as we’ve seen with the Confederate flag. Just point the accusatory finger, and those who don’t want to be delegitimized by stigma will dissociate from any hint of racism. They will obey.

Since the civil-rights movement, which community organizers and Democratic elites capitalized on to increase their power, “whites, and particularly, institutions, have lived under threat of stigmatization,” says Steele. He explains that through this manipulation of white guilt, whites are continually put into the position of forever having to prove the negative, that they’re not racist. This is an impossible task, which is why we’ll never really be free of it. “If they don’t prove the negative, then the stigma sticks,” he writes.

The Left Incites Racial Controversy to Secure More Power
The Confederate flag controversy has never been about being sensitive to minorities in the aftermath of the dreadful mass murder in South Carolina. It has been about stigma and the Democratic Party using it to delegitimize anyone who doesn’t bend to its will. Steele explains that if an individual or institution in America is stigmatized as racist, then they are delegitimized. They lose all power and authority and influence. They are marginalized and ostracized. When that happens, they can be easily defeated or manipulated.

Clinton, in true totalitarian form, isn’t concerned about inequality.
When this occurs at an institutional level, that institution can no longer really function effectively. The institution wants to function, to be legitimate, so it disassociates from any appearance of racism by showing how inclusive and tolerant it is, bowing to the will of the totalitarians who want to exert their power and have complete allegiance. This is what the Great Society was built on. It’s not about compassion or equality; it’s about wanting to be able to function, to be valued, and to be legitimate.

When Clinton says inequalities still exist in our country, this is a play at white guilt. Blacks and whites are both equal before the law, so her statement is a glaring falsehood. But Clinton, in true totalitarian form, isn’t concerned about inequality. She’s concerned about power.

The Only Thing We Have to Fear
As Tom Nichols writes at The Federalist about totalitarians like Clinton, “They are not really trying to capture something as pedestrian as political equality, nor are they satisfied if they get it. They are not really seeking a win in the courts, or a legal solution, or a negotiated settlement. Those are all just merit badges to be collected along the way to a more important goal: what they really want, and what they in fact demand, is that you agree with them. They want you to believe.”

The Silent Majority has now become the Silenced Majority.
While Nichols calls these people the “new totalitarians,” they’re not all that new. They’ve been with us for decades. The difference is they have now accumulated a significant amount of power, and the Silent Majority has now become the Silenced Majority. They don’t want to be stigmatized. They don’t want to lose their legitimacy in society. So they remain silent and they conform.

“White guilt is a powerful, powerful force,” Steele says. “Not because people feel guilty, but because people are stigmatized, and again have to prove the negative all the time, and living forever under threat of being stigmatized.”

Stigma is a club in the hand of the totalitarian to increase power. Clinton, Obama, Loretta Lynch, and others will use it over and over again, as long as people allow the stigma to stick. As long as individuals and institutions fear delegitimization because of stigma and refuse to pay the high price of dissent, the power of the totalitarians will grow.

Denise C. McAllister is a journalist based in Charlotte, North Carolina, and a senior contributor to The Federalist. Follow her on Twitter @McAllisterDen.

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By your logic then those hitter as bush placards are completely racist since both are euro whites ....say hi to all your racist friends for me

Regarding Mexico pyou did notread the prior response yet again
You brought up "racist xeomphobes"who are worried about their country being invaded by illegals did you not?
So here it is again

Your the one that claimed and still is in this last response that tea party GOP ,"take back America crowd" is racist and wants to take their country back from illegals n blacks (besides claiming falsely GOP righty invented and only ones who said that term)

Again are you or were you aware of mexicos insanely racist bigoted immigration laws

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Originally posted by bxbomb
By your logic then those hitter as bush placards are completely racist since both are euro whites ....say hi to all your racist friends for me

Regarding Mexico pyou did notread the prior response yet again
You brought up "racist xeomphobes"who are worried about their country being invaded by illegals did you not?
So here it is again

Your the one that claimed and still is in this last response that tea party GOP ,"take back America crowd" is racist and wants to take their country back from illegals n blacks (besides claiming falsely GOP righty invented and only ones who said that term)

Again are you or were you aware of mexicos insanely racist bigoted immigration laws


Comparing Bush to Hitler had nothing to do with racism. It wasn't a comment on his ethnicity, it was about his policy of preemptive war that resulted in countless deaths. Mexico's immigration policy is moot in this case. Since we supposedly hold ourselves to a higher standard than other nations, it's our immigration policy that matters. What other nations do with immigration is their deal. You don't hear of Denmark telling us how to run our borders.

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And witch doctors wasn't a comment on his ethnicity it was on obamacare

Your willfully not following the Mexican govt point
your complaining that the take back America crowd is inherently racist in saying so ....I point out that they want their current immigration laws enforced and then advise you of the countries policies that these people are from or coming through to get here...and you say it doesn't apply to the discussion?!


Please save the Pollyanna bullshit we are better than most countries ...besides the fact no lefty lib feels that way in their heart
I call bullshit on your statement and every time I bring up something Obama has done contrary to his statement of transparency etc then you always bring up bush did it

But wait Barry is suppose to be better than that he said so

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You're willfully ignoring that the witch doctor thing had less to do with a healthcare plan and more to do with delegitimizing Obama because of his race. Just google "racist obama placards" and you'll see a ton of websites devoted to cataloguing them. Spend some time on those sites and then tell me his race wasn't an issue at GOP / Tea Party rallies.

Our immigration policy is independent of other countries' policies. We get to decide what's right for our country and the degree with which we comply with another country's immigration policy requests. The latter aren't usually complied with if there's a gross disparity between our policies and theirs or if their policies contradict our values too much.

Please save the old right-wing canard that all liberals hate America and only Republicans can be patriots. A true patriot looks at his country and sees not only the good, but also the bad. A true patriot tries to improve on the bad, instead of just midlessly chanting "we're #1!" while by most measures of a civilized society, we're dropping to the ranks of a Third World country.

As far as Barry's transparency goes, I've said on multiple occasions that in that department, he's one of the least transparent Presidents ever. I've also stated numerous times that Barry didn't live up to the hype. Nevertheless, he's most certainly better than W, but that's not saying much.



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Originally posted by translucent
You're willfully ignoring that the witch doctor thing had less to do with a healthcare plan and more to do with delegitimizing Obama because of his race. Just google "racist obama placards" and you'll see a ton of websites devoted to cataloguing them. Spend some time on those sites and then tell me his race wasn't an issue at GOP / Tea Party rallies.

Our immigration policy is independent of other countries' policies. We get to decide what's right for our country and the degree with which we comply with another country's immigration policy requests. The latter aren't usually complied with if there's a gross disparity between our policies and theirs or if their policies contradict our values too much.

Please save the old right-wing canard that all liberals hate America and only Republicans can be patriots. A true patriot looks at his country and sees not only the good, but also the bad. A true patriot tries to improve on the bad, instead of just midlessly chanting "we're #1!" while by most measures of a civilized society, we're dropping to the ranks of a Third World country.

As far as Barry's transparency goes, I've said on multiple occasions that in that department, he's one of the least transparent Presidents ever. I've also stated numerous times that Barry didn't live up to the hype. Nevertheless, he's most certainly better than W, but that's not saying much.

The witch doctor is anti obamacare. People who want racism will find it and yell it out even if can't be proved

Congrats we found on that Google search the 17 racist people who identify with the tea party
We also do know that there have been dem plants at rallies as well as vice versa
We also know black congressmen lied about being called nagger and being spit on at a teaparty rally

Your paragraph on immigration almost reads like you do believe the U.S. Is a sovereign state and current laws should be enforced


And I'm not a Murrica type guy by any means but the left def owns the America is not exceptional label.

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How many of the web sites returned by that search term did you actually go through? You actually find it easier to believe that there were more Dem plants acting as racists than actual racists at GOP/TP rallies? Are you one of those people who believes in chem trails and that 9/11 was an inside job? Occam's razor.

Where did I say that our laws shouldn't be enforced in a reasonable manner?

I agree with you on that last part. America is not exceptional. It is definitely still the best country in the world for rather intrinsic, unmeasurable reasons. Much like one could say a Ferrari is the best car in the world, when honestly, it's only good at a few things. It sucks as a daily driver, for picking up the groceries, going on long road trips, has horrible gas mileage and poor reliability. Yet, no one lusts after a Toyota Camry.



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Originally posted by translucent
How many of the web sites returned by that search term did you actually go through? You actually find it easier to believe that there were more Dem plants acting as racists than actual racists at GOP/TP rallies? Are you one of those people who believes in chem trails and that 9/11 was an inside job? Occam's razor.

Where did I say that our laws shouldn't be enforced in a reasonable manner?

I agree with you on that last part. America is not exceptional. It is definitely still the best country in the world for rather intrinsic, unmeasurable reasons. Much like one could say a Ferrari is the best car in the world, when honestly, it's only good at a few things. It sucks as a daily driver, for picking up the groceries, going on long road trips, has horrible gas mileage and poor reliability. Yet, no one lusts after a Toyota Camry.

I looked at the first 2 how many lib blogs do you want me to look at to verify that the left thinks any one white and conservative is racist?
I did not say that dem plants outnumbered racist people that show up to rally's
Merely pointing out they were out there to further push the angry racist whit tea partiy mantra.... Without question there are racists in the GOP ,teaparty dem party,black congressional caucus ,the Girl Scouts, my local jiffy lube etc etc
Don't paint an entire political movement with that racist brush when you have no real proof that all u claim is racism isn't
Like Rick perry ranch and witch doctor poster

Then if you do feel that way bout our nations law then don't say boo about racism n xenophobia when that is all those teaparty types are looking for



Chem trails n 9/11 c'mon

We simply aren't operating on the level of mutual respect I assumed.

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Originally posted by bxbomb
I looked at the first 2 how many lib blogs do you want me to look at to verify that the left thinks any one white and conservative is racist?
I did not say that dem plants outnumbered racist people that show up to rally's
Merely pointing out they were out there to further push the angry racist whit tea partiy mantra.... Without question there are racists in the GOP ,teaparty dem party,black congressional caucus ,the Girl Scouts, my local jiffy lube etc etc
Don't paint an entire political movement with that racist brush when you have no real proof that all u claim is racism isn't
Like Rick perry ranch and witch doctor poster

Then if you do feel that way bout our nations law then don't say boo about racism n xenophobia when that is all those teaparty types are looking for



You might not have said that the plants outnumbered racists at the rally, but even bringing up that there were Dem plants was an attempt to imply that the rallies wouldn't have had so many racists without them, that the racists WERE the plants. I asked you to to look at the pics from the rallies not as proof that all white conservatives there were racists, but to put the witch doctor placards into the context of the other placards at these rallies. Hard to believe that this was just a reference to Barry's healthcare reform when those placards are surrounded by others with the word nigger on them. While it's obvious to any intelligent person that not all white conservatives are racist, you do have to admit that the GOP is a party that after desegregation, courted the racist votes. They explicitly courted racist Dixiecrats and under Barry Goldwater, had an entire Southern Strategy to get people who opposed desegregation aboard into a voting block. Lots of these people are still alive and well, part of the GOP. When you have a racist foundation like that, is it really that surprising that the GOP still attracts lots of white racists?

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