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  thug life

Ted Nugent Being Racist Again, News At 11

You know who is the greatest friend The Blacks ever had? We mean besides Donald Trump. It is awesome rock & roller and Republican Minority Outreach Specialist Ted Nugent! He is always talking about how he is not racist because he loves Motown and some other “reasons” probably too, oh, we remember one, he is Rosa Parks! So it is definitely a problem with your ears and eyes that you keep imputing racism to Ted Nugent, because it is definitely not him, because! Let us look at Ted Nugent’s latest non-racism, about Martin Luther King Day and how The Blacks should really all go die already because they are all Thugs and Gangsters and Very Bad “Men.” Read more on Ted Nugent Being Racist Again, News At 11…
  holiday memories

MLK DAY SPECIALS: Remembering That Time Hillary Clinton Was Black

Back in early 2007, the clowns running the nascent Hillary Clinton For President campaign thought it would be a good idea to stop in famous Selma, Alabama to deliver a sermon at a black church and show off Hillary Clinton’s own Negro Dialect. It was hilarious. That’s all. [YouTube] Read more on MLK DAY SPECIALS: Remembering That Time Hillary Clinton Was Black…
 

Mittens Asks Black People ‘Who Let the Dogs Out?” And Then Woofs

To celebrate Martin Luther King Junior Day, Mitt Romney asked a bunch of black people in Florida who let them “dogs” out, and how he might put them back in their cages. “Who, who,” or maybe “Woof, woof,” he continues, depending on his Mormon advisers’ current understanding of Ebonics. Always shifting, they are! [CBS News, YouTube] Read more on Mittens Asks Black People ‘Who Let the Dogs Out?” And Then Woofs…
 

A Quick Word About Martin Luther King Jr.

On April 4, 1967, Martin Luther King Junior delivered a famous speech at Riverside Church in New York City, his first to overtly tackle the Vietnam war. This was exactly — to the day — a year before he was shot and killed. He didn’t like the direction in which America was heading, and today we celebrate his birth by letting a bunch of people take days (you) or half-days (me) off from work. So maybe ponder these words from Riverside as you watch another Dr., like Dr. Phil, on the teevee. As you kill the day: Read more on A Quick Word About Martin Luther King Jr….