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Thursday, June 12, 2008

I'm surprised they haven't asked her to run for Vice-Honky Bitch

My friend Eddie Clark recently posted a link to this piece in the Washington Post. As she said, just try to imagine the oh-so-funny comments about Hillary being directed, not at women, but at blacks, jews, gays, amputees.....

What I want to know is when this kind of open hatred masquerading as campaigning or commentary became acceptable in the USA. Because as the article says, hardly any Democratic Party leaders voiced any complaints; nor did Barack Obama.


At 12 June, 2008 16:50, Blogger JoeinVegas said...

Hatred or some group not like you has always been the norm. Only when it is severely pointed out (as with the black hatred) does it become politically incorrect. Since Hillary is one of the majority (white women) I guess it is OK to use that against her. But, as it says, don't call OBama a black anything.


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