the newt deal

Gingrich Super PAC Head Rick Tyler: Democratic Party Aborts Black Babies

Rick Tyler, Newt Gingrich’s former communications director and now the head of his super PAC Bloviating About Our Future, had/created a terrible time on MSNBC following Tuesday’s primary in Florida. Rachel Maddow had Tyler on during her primary coverage to talk about whether Gingrich’s superbly negative Florida not-victory speech was using “racially coded language” to try to “appeal to Southern white conservatives.” Maddow said she personally thought Gingrich was using language “designed to call on resentment of African American achievement in this country.” Tyler immediately accused MNSBC of “race baiting” and then launched into an insane analysis of how the Democrats have failed African Americans. The subtext was that Democrats are racist because they support abortion. EH?

The nugget of Tyler’s remarks:

…the Democrats have failed in the public schools with the African Americans, they abort their babies, they’ve done nothing to lift them out of poverty.

Santorum? Is that you? When Tyler defended Gingrich’s remarks that Obama is the “food stamp president,” post-primary opiner Al Sharpton responded by saying that there were more new food stamp applications under W. than Obama. Also, GLOBAL RECESSION HELLOOOOOOOO. When asked to explain what Republican principles have actually helped lift people out of poverty, Tyler admits that, well, there haven’t been any, but remember Abraham Lincoln? He was a Republican. And also, Gingrich HAS some principles that will lift people out of poverty! Basically he is the first one since Lincoln, if you would just give him a chance!

Maybe we have good intentions too, but our policies haven’t been tried…Maybe we should try our policies, that put people back to work and not … give them a handout, tell them to live in public housing, shut up, collect a check and vote for Democrats…

No word yet on what those policies actually are, despite Maddow’s, Sharpton’s and Lawrence O’Donnell’s endless attempts to get Tyler to explain them. Tyler’s basic gist: EVERYONE SUCKS EXCEPT WE, WHO HAVE DONE NOTHING.

As Tyler and Sharpton escalated to the point where it became really difficult to detect actual English words, Tyler then brought George Lucas into it, just to strengthen his argument, saying that African Americans didn’t have “any” role models until the movie Red Tails (which is about the Tuskegee Airmen).

“They have many,” said Sharpton. “They have doctors, they have lawyers. We have many role models.”

“Sure they do, but Hollywood doesn’t show that.” WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH NEWT? Is Team Newt really trying to somehow take credit for knowledge of the existence of Red Tails, just because he and George Lucas are both sort of cuddly and like space???

So what, for what couldn’t possibly be the last time, but should be, is THE NEWT DEAL? Nobody knows, which is really fine, come to think of it, shhhhh. [Salon]

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    1. Rosie_Scenario

      Same thing with wife #2. Married Newt, but no babies. Plus the time they were both mistresses and had to be really careful not to get preggers. Old wife #1 had two chilluns.

    2. Lionel[redacted]Esq

      Well, the Catholic Church has nothing to say about women giving birth, so I assume they use plenty of contraception.

      Anyway, Newt always ditches his wives after they get flabby from birth.

    1. Barb

      I had an appointment at the hospital yesterday and I wanted to see the cafeteria. They had baby back ribs there, I kid you not. I'll get Jeff to take a picture of them next week.

      1. FraAnima

        Catchy slogan! I can see the commercial now, a cross between Tony the Tiger and that scene from Eraserhead.

  1. PsycWench

    Republican policies haven't been tried, despite eight years of a Republican president and many more years of a Republican-majority Congress. What policies were they trying, then?

    1. JustPixelz

      EXACTLY! The Go-Pee'ers say they don't want to return to the failed policies of the past (meaning anything Obama did). But their own proposals are strictly Dubya Bush: lower taxes and less regulation. Which led to huge deficits and the worst economic downturn in the history of the universe (since the 1930s).

      By the way: Before the Great Depression, the U.S. economy had frequent, severe recessions (so-called "panics"). Afterward, regulations stabilized the economy, creating longer periods of prosperity with inevitable downturns less severe and somewhat shorter.

  2. Terry

    "And also, Gingrich HAS some principles that will lift people out of poverty! Basically he is the first one since Lincoln, if you would just give him a chance!"

    We've had ample chance to see Gingrich's principles in action, thank you very much.

    1. anniegetyerfun

      What you obviously don't understand is how complete government shut downs aid the African American community in… you know, doing stuff. Like jerbs.

  3. orygoon

    I have to leave for my p/t day job* in a half-hour or so, which leaves just enough time to perform three or four abortions, if I just tear myself away from my computer.

    Which will it be?

  4. SexySmurf

    Gingrich Super PAC Head Rick Tyler Says Democrats Abort Black Babies

    Only if they're Christian; they leave the Muslin ones alone.

  5. BaldarTFlagass

    "Maybe we have good intentions too, but our policies haven’t been tried…"

    Maybe you have good intentions, but your policies blow dead dogs, so fuck off. And I really don't believe that you have good intentions, either, for that matter.

    1. yrbmegr

      Newt and his handlers are very good at the Republican two-step. "Our policies haven't been tried." What are those policies? "Put people back to work. Don't give them a handout." Yes, but what are your POLICIES? They don't tell us their actual policies, because they would be arrested if they did. They just permute their policies into aspirational statements that nobody can refute. Of course, we should put people back to work. Everybody's individual policies allegedly do that. Republicans will never tell us their actual POLICIES, because nobody will vote for them.

  6. SorosBot

    So wait, the Democratic party is somehow oppressing black women by making sure that they're not forced to have unwanted children? Huh?

    1. Barb

      Shit, I just got the email from Christine. Victoria told me about it yesterday and this is the first I've heard from Christine. I am going to forward it to you. I felt guilty yesterday, thinking our dead baby bbq jokes caused this. Christine's baby is going to die.

      Jeff said yesterday, "Soros's kids didn't die from the bbq jokes." I said, "no, but they will be redheads, which is the same thing" I got the dirtiest look from a woman who heard me say that.

      I'm still going to make fetus bbq jokes. I have to stay true to my asshole self.

      1. SorosBot

        That is so sad. But no, your jokes don't hurt anyone, just bring laughter; there's no reason to feel guilty.

        1. Barb

          Thanks, I know and it is cool. I slipped into the chapel yesterday and I didn't know what to do there. I made Jeff stay outside and I just kinda wandered around and apologized to God for fetus bbq jokes. He didn't respond, which tells me that he thinks we should tell more.

        1. Barb

          Thanks Histori. I'm going to buy Chrissy a new car to try to cheer her up. She doesn't have the space in her backyard for a pony.

  7. Serolf_Divad

    wait, I'm confused. If democrats are aborting black babies, how are they supposed to get them hooked on food stamps so they'll vote for them?

    1. Generation[redacted]

      It must work on the same principle that rock bands put subliminal messages in their music to make all their fans commit suicide.

    2. spinozasgod

      if democrats keep aborting black babies in order to somehow get the black vote then who will vote for democrats when there are no more blacks whose babies democrats need to abort in order to get the black vote??

  8. Native_of_SL_UT

    First off, what the fuck is Red Tails?
    Second off, ever heard of Will Smith, the hero in every movie ever made? Psst, he's black and a role model to pasty white guys like me too.

    1. BarackMyWorld

      It is a really corny movie about the Tuskegee pilots in WWII with bad acting and great special effects (i.e. a typical George Lucas production).

    2. yrbmegr

      My goodness. The list of role models who are black is very long, and includes luminaries such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Nelson Mandela, Barbara Jordan, um, um, um. Oh, yeah!! Barack Obama, Rosa Parks…. I don't have time to list ALL of them. But, goodness!

  9. jus_wonderin

    I get confused. Are we Democrats aborting black babies or promoting policies that foster breeding scores of browns to overwhelm the comfort of whiteys? It is one or the other, right?

    1. Swampgas_Man

      It's both, actually; we breed them to feed our demonic Abortion Machine, but too many slip through the cracks.

    2. Nothingisamiss

      It doesn't have to be one or the other. See: Ayn Rand/Christianity thread.

      Does the dissonance in their heads get louder when they're near a cellphone tower?

  10. BaldarTFlagass

    "And also, Gingrich HAS some principles that will lift people out of poverty!"

    I thought broken homes were one of the driving factors in keeping people mired in poverty.

    1. Biff

      I wouldn't say my home is broken, but the stucco is cracking. Can newt help me? I can't really afford to have it fixed right now.

  11. Schmannnity

    I am thinking that forcing a 14 year old girl to carry her child to term and then drop out of school to raise and support is not going to "lift them out of poverty."

          1. horsedreamer_1

            What is Your Quest?

            To find sex in the Champagne Room.

            To attempt this, You must answer these Riddles three. First riddle: what is the land speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

            Anti-Colonial, or Enlightened?

            [face palm]

    1. fuflans

      i was just reading an economist article on nicaragua (poorest country in central america with toughest abortion laws). mentioned a 12 year forced to bear her stepfather's baby.

      so what i'm taking from this is that daniel ortega and newt gingrich have a lot in common.

      1. doloras

        Wait, didn't Ollie North get in trouble for diverting funds to help people overthrow Ortega in the 80s because he was a COMMIE?!?

        OMG, it is NEWT who is the secret Marxist!!!

  12. SexySmurf

    Samuel L. Jackson isn't a role model? He played a corporate executive in Deep Blue Sea. Sure, he gets eaten by a shark, but let's ignore that (even though it was totally fucking awesome).

    1. Generation[redacted]

      He got those mutherfucking snakes of that mutherfucking plane. If that isn't a role model, I don't know what is.

    2. SorosBot

      And he would have stopped the Sith lord Palpatine from turning the Republic to the Empire if that punk-ass Anakin hadn't interfered.

    1. Chet Kincaid

      WHAT!!?? No fucking way. He doesn't deserve her!! What a mismatch, Lawrence O'Donnell is as far from "hot" as you can get, and I find him vaguely annoying, too.

          1. Limeylizzie

            Agreed. He is also very funny, used to write for Harvard Lampoon, so that is hot, plus he is politically honest as he admits to being an unabashed socialist.

      1. ProgressiveInga

        Yeah, I thought I had her convinced to take a walk on the wild side….What's Larry O'Donnell have that I don't have?…….

    2. SorosBot

      "O’Donnell … was linked to actress Kerry Washington in 2008"

      Methinks I see a pattern.

      Also, O'Donnell's 60? I thought he was more like mid-40s; he's practically robbing the cradle here.

      1. Limeylizzie

        19 years difference that is exactly the same as between myself and MrLimeylizzie, except for 5 months of the year when he is 20 years older than I am.

        1. Biff

          I am also a mere 19 years older than Tamron Hall and (arguably) as attractive and intelligent and funny as Lawrence O'Donnell, but I haz none moneys. It's a pattern I've noticed developing for about the last 60 years. Just an observation, just sayin'.

  13. BaldarTFlagass

    "African Americans didn’t have “any” role models until the movie Red Tails"

    Oh YEAH? What about Cuba Gooding as Carl Brashear in "Men Of Honor?" Huh? Huh?

      1. widestanceshakedown

        A Patch of Blue?

        When we were kids, there was a very old family friend who was blind–and racist, as was the fashion of the times (my family was adamantly not racist, BTW). One night, we were watching 'A Patch of Blue' on late night TV and the scene where Poitier kisses the heroine had just ended, and out of the blue comes a telephone call from the blind racist. She had been watching/listening to the same movie and called up outraged and wondering if he had just kissed the white woman. My mom told her no so as to avoid Blind Racist's rant. It became a family joke that exists to this day.

    1. HistoriCat

      Edit – *Sigh* Barack My World one ups me by finding the clip on YouTube (comment on page 2). Well-played BMW, well-played.

      Did no one see Chasing Amy?

      "What about Lando Calrissian?"
      "Lando Calrissian?!? That Tom! … And don't get me started on Jedi – that was the worst! When they removed Vader's beautiful black face, making it seem like we all want to be pasty middle-aged white guys."
      "Well, don't you?"

  14. BaldarTFlagass

    "Democrats abort black babies."

    As opposed to the Republican policies of neglecting them to death?

    1. Generation[redacted]

      White people don't drop out of school, either, apparently. White people graduate to a job where they can rant on the floor of the Chicago stock exchange about how their neighbors are all losers who need to fail.

    2. widestanceshakedown

      Those are just little white abortions and I am appalled that you would bring them up in a comment.

  15. VinnyThePooh

    The Repugnants' idea of raising the Blahs from poverty is with a noose.

    I was fortunate and honored to shake the hand of one of the Tuskegee Airmen from the 302nd at Ft. Lauderdale's airport last month. Bummer these gentlemen didn't strafe the Gingrich Plantation when they returned.

    1. DrOzarkZ.Hellbender

      No decent hard-working America-loving African-American child (who's survived the gauntlet of abortion-mad Democrats) would want to consider that shiftless nigra a role model.

  16. Chet Kincaid

    These assholes need to get their poisonous bullshit ducks in a row. Don't they believe black children are anchor babies for the welfare system? You can't tell me they wouldn't love to get rid of them. I guess forced sterilization is the one option that fits their "moral code", so do not be surprised to hear that from Newt or Santorum or a spokesman in the next month, I mean week, I mean day, I mean hour. (What is the fucking code for strike-throughs??)

    1. Chichikovovich

      open bracket, "strike" close bracket
      open bracket, right leaning slash, "strike", close bracket, to close.

        1. DrOzarkZ.Hellbender

          Typical Europe-loving liberals. You people just LOVE it when all the Italics go on strike.

    2. spinozasgod

      wasn't it Sen. Coburn who was actually investigated for doing tubal ligations on black teenagers without permission?

    1. CapnFatback

      Coming this summer:

      Madea's Family Reunion, Abort-a-thon, and . . . um . . .I Forget the Third. Oops.

    2. Negropolis

      Who are "three people I wouldn't want to see in a movie?"

      Who are "three people with closets so big they are walk-ins?"

  17. Goonemeritus

    I’m sadly old enough to remember when the Republican Party was actually on the right side of this issue. That was a long long time ago, since the 60’s they have been unrepentantly evil.

    1. Generation[redacted]

      According to my Republican friends on facebook, they still are, it's only the races that have switched, somehow. Now the only racism that exists is against white peoples (wah people?). Maybe there was an unnoticed, massive migration where all the racist Democrats moved from north to south, and all the Republican civil rights workers moved south to north, or was it the other way around in reverse? Oh, and did you know the first black Congressmen were Republicans from South Carolina, thus cementing South Carolina's reputation as a bulwark of civil rights? Have you heard that the KKK were democrats, and by logical extension, still are? I have!

  18. SorosBot

    The Republican plan of eliminating the safety net we do have and leaving the poor to die in the streets probably won't actually help them much.

  19. ttommyunger

    This demonstrates the only positive result of the efforts of a slug like Newt to obtain National Office, other than the circular firing squad aspects of it: the outing to millions of Americans of dickwads like this who otherwise would fly under the National Radar appearing to be normal human beings. Welcome to the compost heap, Rick.

  20. widestanceshakedown

    Newt wishes to raise ALL Americans up and out of poverty, but only as far up as his crotch.

    1. Generation[redacted]

      Look, if they can't be bothered to pay the poll tax and answer a few simple questions about American history…

  21. SayItWithWookies

    Yes, Newt clearly shows he understands what America's black population is concerned about when he tells the NAACP they should demand jobs instead of handouts. And Abraham Lincoln was a states' rights advocate just like the modern Republicans. It's like these fuckheads aren't even trying to make sense anymore.

    1. Dashboard Buddha

      Beat me too it. Seriously…black folk don't have no one to look up to until a white dude made a movie about heroic black dudes. We have split-s'd into the rabbit hole.

    1. ElPinche

      On the same vein and just for clarification , Count Chocula is a chocolate vampire. He's not black as some have led us to believe.

    2. doloras

      I nominate Dolemite. Why, the day he dropped from his momma's ass, he slapped his poppa's face, and said "From now on, cocksucker, I'm running the place!"

  22. fartknocker

    What I just witnessed after watching that video iss a man who truly believes Newt is the next Messiah as that campaign circles in the hydraulic vortex of a toilet after taking a dump. I sincerely hope the GOP embraces him and makes him their candidate so I can finally here Callista speak.

    1. Generation[redacted]

      Her programmers are still struggling to rewire her speech subsystems. Until then, she's touch-screen input only.

  23. JustPixelz

    African Americans didn’t have “any” role models until the movie Red Tails

    Well, there is our current President of the United States, who — may I add — is a role model for anyone. His only flaw is not divorcing his first wife (Michelle) so she can marry me.

  24. OkieDokieDog

    I got my Girl Scout Abortionist Badge by performing abortions on my fellow black girl scouts. They weren't actually pregnant but hey we had to practice on somebody. Then we all had chocolate milk and cookies. Good times.

    1. freakishlywrong

      Careful there Okie, per conservatives, Girl Scouts are only less pinko than Sponge Bob and and the Muppets.

      1. OkieDokieDog

        Oh yeah, the Girl Scouts are known Feminazies. In between the bowling lessons, swimming lessons, horseback lessons, and cookie and calendar sales, we talked about feminine things. I don't recall ever talking about Nazies though. I must have missed that meeting.

        1. deelzebub

          I remember that meeting from my Brownie (shirted) days. The Nazi discussion meeting was always the third Wednesday in July.

    1. HistoriCat

      That's step 1.

      Step 2 involves selling off the excess – and this is why government needs to get rid of these burdensome regulations and stop interfering in the Free Market.

  25. prommie

    Hell, Santorum says that every day, about how whitey is hooking the blacks on the drug of welfare and then killing their unborn children. I think he stole it from Fox-Piven and Cloward.

  26. Evil AynBot

    Sharpton: "We have many role models.”
    Doofus-face: “Sure they do, but Hollywood doesn’t show that.”

    Tyler has such a short memory span. It seems only yesterday when black men broke tinseltown's whitest ceiling of them all, after Kunta Kinte scored a gig on Star Trek: Next Generation.

    1. jus_wonderin

      And that very competent and pretty negress Uhura showed up on the bridge of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701.

      Edit: "No bloody A, B or D!"

  27. Chichikovovich

    Maybe we have good intentions too, but our policies haven’t been tried

    Following up on Psych Wench's remark above, let's compute. LBJ used considerable muscle to pass indispensible Civil Rights legislation, against furious opposition from Republicans (and Southern Democrats too, to be sure, though most of them soon became Republicans) including opposition from the Presidential candidate they ran against LBJ. I'm sure even Gingrich's hack would grant that those civil rights bills were good for African Americans. So let's start the clock with the end of LBJ.

    There have been Republican presidents for 28 of the last 43 years. And since Gingrich is lumbering around claiming that anything that happened under Clinton was really due to him, it's effectively 36 of the last 43 years, for the purposes of conversations with Gingrich hacks. During many of those 36 years the Republicans controlled both the House and the Senate as well.

    If the Republicans wanted to implement their "solutions", they could have. They didn't. So apparently they really are hostile or at least indifferent to African Americans.

    1. BarackMyWorld

      Many northern Republicans supported the Civil Rights legislation, including Senate Republican Leader Everett Dirksen. Opposition was by region, not by party.

      1. imissopus

        Yeah, it's interesting that these guys never seem to recognize that the GOP once counted actual social liberals among its members. Everett Dirksen today probably couldn't get past security at the GOP convention.

      2. Chichikovovich

        I didn't say that all Republicans opposed it, only that many did, and the Republicans as a party chose a presidential candidate who opposed it. And that many of the southern Democrats who did oppose it migrated to the Republican party. And I might have added: (I may be wrong about this one, but if so I expect the counterexamples are rare) none of the Republicans who opposed it found their way to the Democratic party.

  28. MissTaken

    WAIT! I'm supposed to abort the black feti? And here I've been aborting my white babies everyday for the last 15 years.

    1. SorosBot

      Well then, you've got to go get yourself knocked up with some half-black fetuses and abort them to make up for it.

      1. MissTaken

        But half-black babies are freaking adorable. Can't I just abort the people who work at the California DMV instead? I mean if they refuse to take my renewal payment online or on the phone then they are obviously stupid and need to be put down, right?

        1. SorosBot

          It would be nice, but then you might have to go to jail and we don't want that. How about just a swift kick in the balls instead, or I guess the gut if it's a woman?

  29. ThundercatHo

    Of course it has been the policy of the democrat party to only perform abortions on black women cuz they can pay for them with food stamps. Duh.

  30. imissopus

    You could just see Rick Tyler's circuit boards shorting out so he starts babbling whatever gibberish right-wing talking points started popping into his head in no particular order. He's like HAL in 2001, without the charm or the humanity.

  31. BigDumbRedDog

    Aborting fetuses creates jobs. Jobs for abortion doctors for the fancy elitist abortions and jobs for clothes hanger manufacturers that the rest of us use for our abortions.

  32. imissopus

    Also, this doofus should go watch the interview Lucas did on the Daily Show a couple of weeks ago, in which he said it took him 23 years to get this movie made because no one in Hollywood wanted to finance it. Not because the studios are filled with racist swill, but because no one thought a film with an all-black cast and this subject matter could make any money (free market!) Lucas eventually put nearly $60 million of his own money up to get it made. But this guy wants credit because the Gingrich campaign hosted a screening?

  33. bfddad

    Listen, I am sure ol' Newt has policies for African-American, but first you need to know he calls them 'blacks' for short. Once we all get that, then it'll be easier to hear him explain.

    I think.

  34. owhatever

    I approached a black woman who was very pregnant and asked if she wanted me to abort her baby and she asked, "Are you a registered Democrat?" I said that I was, and she was all like, "Well, OK, since Planned Parenthood is out of business now. Just be sure to cut the head off." I said, "You got it, Negress. You bring the painkiller?" She said she took her abortions without medication, unless it was free from the government.

    1. Dashboard Buddha

      "You got it, Negress"

      Ahhh…now I know how it feels to snort coffee directly into my sinuses.

  35. Chichikovovich

    Sigh. Just sticking to non-fiction (typically "Hollywoodized, of course): Vivien Thomas in What the Lord Made, Herman Boone in Remember the Titans, the starting five for Texas Western that beat Adoph Rupp's Kentucky in Glory Road, Jackie Robinson in The Jackie Robinson Story and many others, Larry Dobie in Pride Against Prejudice, Thurgood Marshall in Thurgood, various movies and documentaries depicting Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks and Adam Clayton Powell, Carl Brashear, as Baldar T. pointed out above…..

    That's what i get after thirty seconds of reflection. Everyone watching that Deputy Salamander on TV has seen or at least heard of many if not all of those. But it doesn't matter. Just throw it out there.

    Now it's one thing to make claims about the civil rights movement, when you know the people in the audience you're really trying to reach have less historical knowledge than a sack of turnips. But this is about Hollywood movies – anybody with a knowledge of popular culture in this country can come up with dozens of counter-examples immediately. Doesn't matter.

    This is not the "big lie" technique, though it shares elements of it. It's the relentless tsunami of small lies. Told not only with complete disregard for the truth, but even complete indifference to whether or not the lie is obviously false and seen to be after even an instant's thought. Each one so preposterous and obviously false that you don't know where to start. By the time you've pointed out that one is evidently false, ten more are on the table.

    It's discouraging, exhausting and occasionally frightening how well this works among the 27% – ers.

    1. bfddad

      For a second there I thought the sack of turnips might be insulted by what you said, but I reread the sentence, and I think they'll be cool with it.

  36. anniegetyerfun

    "I don't understand this. Newt Gingrich makes a little thing and suddenly it's a racist thing."

    I understand it perfectly.

  37. anniegetyerfun

    I think that the idea that the Republican Party started and fought the Civil War is a strategic message that Newt should make a central part of his campaign.

    1. SorosBot

      But see, as an astrophysicist who has gone on the TV and explained how the universe is 13.75 billion years old and not six thousand, not to mention an avowed agnostic, Tyson can't be a role model in wingnut eyes.

  38. fuflans

    not clicking but that dude looks like tony blair / michael sheen.

    i love michael sheen.

    that is all.

      1. fuflans

        this is why i'm not clicking.

        i am happy thinking about michael sheen.

        and not thinking about whatever poison that tool is spewing.

  39. Naked_Bunny

    It's always bizarre to witness the "states' rights" screamers turn around and hug Lincoln when they're called racists.

  40. MadBrahms

    Yes, but do any of their role models teach them how to be proper janitors, as all children should be?

  41. Jukesgrrl

    After having given a large dinner party Tuesday for out-of-town guests on two days notice, I sat down and turned on my TV. This interview is what I saw. Seriously, I thought I was hallucinating.

  42. Puffperney

    Wait a minute… They used to say that Democratic policies encouraged black women to have babies by rewarding them with more welfare dollars…. …but, now Democratic policies are encouraging abortion by black women? I'm confused!

    1. Chichikovovich

      Good point! That hadn't even occurred to me. But it just brings out how diabolical the Democrats are: They are getting black women to abort their black babies, and then the Democrats are giving them other, different black babies so they can go on welfare and buy steaks for their shiftless big buck boyfriends when they get out of jail for being Black Panther thug voter-fraud-doers.

  43. fitley

    Rick Tyler came across as a sputtering ignorant twat. Aborting black babies? I knew Spewt was going to ramp up the RACISM. It's all he has. Space Newtron bombed. C'mon Spewt let's hear more about those lazy blacks, Mexicans, and Muslims. Put on your pointy hat. Fire up your cross, Fatty.

  44. Negropolis

    I saw the entire thing go down when it happened. To say that "they" don't have role models when the fucking president of the United States is black was just on its face offensive. He couldn't even bring himself to acknowledge the president.

    I'd seen the guy on television, before that. As a major Gingrich surrogate, he'd been paraded around, but he didn't release the full crazy until that night.

    If they — the Republican Party — considers this "outreach" to minority communities, I say to them to keep their damned, dirty paws away from us. Why don't you just turn around and re-embrace, completely, your sweet, ever-present whore-mistress: Racism.

  45. outragedcitizen

    He really brought up Lincoln as a comparison to Gingrich? The only thing Gingrich has in common with Lincoln is that neither one of them has a ghost, (pun?) of a chance of being elected president in the coming election.

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