FL Rep Alcee Hastings: More Democratic Moonbat Liberal Hate Toward Sarah Palin … Blacks & Jews Run For Your Lives


Alcee Hastings proves one does not need to be literate to be elected to the US House of Representatives. Wonder what ever happened to your Democratic party? Talk about stuck on stupid or is it just pure hateful ignorance?

If some one can please provide logic to the following prejudicial anti-Jewish/Black comment made by Florida US Representative Alcee Hastings please do so. Some how Jewish people should be wary of Sarah Palin because “anybody toting guns and stripping moose don’t care too much about what they do with Jews and blacks.” WHAT???!!! Other than Hastings’ sentence being grammatically challenged … could some one, any one please explain how carrying a gun or filed dressing a moose makes them an enemy of the Jews or Blacks? Hmm … doesn’t Obama surrogate Hastings comments regarding anyone toting guns harken back to Obama’s statement in SF regarding small town America “clinging to their guns …”

“If Sarah Palin isn’t enough of a reason for you to get over whatever your problem is with Barack Obama, then you damn well had better pay attention,” Rep. Alcee Hastings of Florida said at a panel about the shared agenda of Jewish and African-American Democrats Wednesday. Hastings, who is African-American, was explaining what he intended to tell his Jewish constituents about the presidential race. “Anybody toting guns and stripping moose don’t care too much about what they do with Jews and blacks. So, you just think this through,” Hastings added as the room erupted in laughter and applause.

 Then after those hateful comments Hastings had a word or two for the Hillary supporters.

After telling attendees that the most important thing Jewish and African-American Democrats could do to support one another was to get Sen. Barack Obama elected president, Hastings had one more message: “For those of you like me that supported Sen. Hillary Clinton, she lost! Get over it!”

Hastings says Blacks & Jews should run screaming with their hair on fire away from Sarah Palin because … she can field dress a moose.

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    37 Responses to “FL Rep Alcee Hastings: More Democratic Moonbat Liberal Hate Toward Sarah Palin … Blacks & Jews Run For Your Lives”

    1. Sharon Chicago on September 26th, 2008 1:41 pm

      Alycee should go down to the city butcher house to see how we rope/tie and slaughter the cows and pigs that show up on his dinner plate, maybe he could “eat” his stupids words about moose droppings/shootings!!!

    2. Patti on September 26th, 2008 2:15 pm

      Sarah Palin is like an over-anxious girl scout:

      “I’m READY…

      I’m ready, I really am…

      I’m ready to serve…


      Serve WHAT?

      Moose ala Carte?



      Can’t you take a joke?

    3. dennisintn on September 26th, 2008 2:16 pm

      alycee is a living testament for the need to require an i.q. of at least l00 and a recent examination for mental problems before being allowed to run for congress.

    4. john staton on September 26th, 2008 2:41 pm

      Alycee was impeached by Congress in 1988, making him #6 in all history. He has been disbarred and can no longer be an officer of the court. He is total scum and one must question what kind of person votes for one such as this..JS

    5. Rusty Bridges on September 26th, 2008 2:59 pm

      When did Palin shoot a black and a jew, did I miss that news story? Jewish community should be afraid of GOP? Who called New York “himey town”?

      Hillary Clinton brings up the very real possibility of the threat that Obama could be assasainated if president and is chastized up and down the coast. But Michelle Obama points out that “as a black man in this country Barack could be killed filling up at the gas station”and where is the outrage?

      Jesse Jackson threatens to “cut his nuts out” and nobody says a word.

      Sarah Palin hunts, like millions of Americans, and all of a sudden she is going to go on a shooting rampage at Jewish Temple and a “community orginization”?

      This is too much! These people are so freakin’ out of touch with reality. Is this all the got to combat the Republican ticket? What a bunch of freaks.

      What a bunch of feet dragging, sabotaging, looking for a handout, crooked theiving, race baiting, anarchist.

      I see their game now. Some “expert” on the radio compared George Bush to Adolf Hitler in 1931 as in creating a financial crisis to sweep the country up as the savior. Look back and see who really created our current problem and see who is filling Adolf Hitlers role of the great savior.

    6. SUPER DAVE on September 26th, 2008 3:24 pm

      must be a cousin to the primate jeremiah wright !
      chicken shits attacking a woman . the most cowardly act possible. democrats are scared and scared of their own messiah as well they should be.
      if barry is elected this country will be a ghetto within a year.

    7. SUPER DAVE on September 26th, 2008 3:27 pm

      the natives are restless today !!!

    8. Kay Zee Ess on September 26th, 2008 4:45 pm

      Super Dave,

      If the natives are indeed “restless”, Gov Palin has the witchdoctor Thomas Muthee to throw gris-gris on their doorstep!

      That’ll keep ‘em tame.

      I stated before that this election will be won with the side that has the strongest ju-ju, and Rev Wright ain’t got nuffin’ on Rev Muthee !

    9. Kay Zee Ess on September 26th, 2008 4:47 pm

      Alcee Hastings saying…

      “anybody toting guns and stripping moose don’t care too much about what they do with Jews and blacks.”

      only proves that she is a nut job and should try working for a living.

    10. brie. on September 26th, 2008 7:40 pm

      The Democrats have become insane over this election…Obama is certainly revealing his true colors and not putting a stop to any of this…trying to start a war between race, creed, color and religion….his hostility…take him off the ticket…any of that is in no way how a President represents the United States of America…

      I think Sarah is a very remarkable women, not only is she intelligent, industrious, successful, energizing, represents outstanding accomplishments, gutsy and more. She is pretty and cute all at the same time and there is nothing wrong with that…some people are just plain jealous…

      A hunter, so what…how do you think the pioneers survived…For all you wimpy men and women out there try homesteading for one night…keep your fires burning 24/7, chop a whole in the ice to get water, live 35 miles from the nearest phone, go to grocery once a month and buy food that will make it through the winter, fight off a hungry bear that attacks the compound, row your kids across the lake in the morning to meet the school bus when you can….it’s a rugged life…you would never survive….

    11. Richard on September 26th, 2008 9:30 pm

      DennisinTn (#3) says:

      “alycee is a living testament for the need to require an i.q. of at least l00 and a recent examination for mental problems before being allowed to run for congress.”

      If those requirements were imposed, not many of the people in Congress would return to office.

      Perhaps that in itself is an argument for this….

    12. Alesia on September 26th, 2008 9:52 pm

      I agree with Richard on that…

    13. Patti on September 27th, 2008 12:20 am

      Well, I just watched the debates and stand by my opinion that Mr. McCain wears his war wounds like a crown and still has the effects of being a POW in that there is no peace in a mind that only knows how to fight. I was disappointed in his ploy of attacks and his strategy that he brought to these debates as well as his inability to exercise the art of democracy in Mississippi or anywhere else.

      I see, in Barack Obama, a new spirit of humility, compassion and, thereby, strength that goes well beyond that which can be achieved by the, mere, power of military deployment. McCain looks like a beaten man… old and tattered; and while his experience in this world is well beyond that of his colleagues, I can’t help but to feel that he would make a better General than a President.

      I have read many comments about his wife, and while she is very pretty, I don’t see her as a positive role model for our youth or young women of today. In my opinion, McCain has sold out to the enemy that is responsible for breaking up way too many homes in this country and that is: the sanctity of marriage. In my opinion, he should retire as an advisor to the wealthy, as that is how he views himself and his lifestyle cannot be compared to that of the ordinary citizen. There is no doubt in my mind that he, like George Bush, is backing big business initiatives that, while techinically, they should benefit the workforce in this country… they don’t because, like McCain, their executives are caught up in the game of acquiring wealth to be consumed, spent and horded by those that want to appear richer, and thereby, wiser.

      There was nothing wise about the way in which Senator McCain conducted himself, while Obama was cooperative, respectful and brilliant! Charisma, class and a willingness to take on the big issues facing America, along with the ability to stick with his constituents is what is going to win the election for Obama AND the American people. Big government, along with its’ spending to benefit the wealthy is on its’ way out. It’s about time that someone stood up for the little guy… afterall, it is because of HIS hard work and ability to withstand vast diversity that has made this country great…

      Power to the People!

    14. JMKC on September 27th, 2008 12:21 am

      What kind of dimwits support and VOTE for a scumbag like this?????
      Jesse Jackson should cut HIS own nuts off!


      “In 1981, Hastings was charged with accepting a $150,000 bribe in exchange for a lenient sentence and a return of seized assets for 21 counts of racketeering by Frank and Thomas Romano, and of perjury in his testimony about the case. He was acquitted by a jury after his alleged co-conspirator, William Borders, refused to testify in court (resulting in a jail sentence for Borders).

      In 1988, the Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives took up the case, and Hastings was impeached for bribery and perjury by a vote of 413-3. Voters to impeach included Democratic Representatives Nancy Pelosi, Steny Hoyer, John Conyers and Charles Rangel. He was then convicted in 1989 by the United States Senate, becoming the sixth federal judge in the history of the United States to be removed from office by the Senate. The vote on the first article was 69 for and 26 opposed, providing five votes more than the two-thirds of those present that were needed to convict. The first article accused the judge of conspiracy. Conviction on any single article was enough to remove the judge from office. The Senate vote cut across party lines, with Senator Patrick J. Leahy, Democrat of Vermont voting to convict his fellow party member, and Arlen Specter voting to acquit.[1]

      The Senate had the option to forbid Hastings from ever seeking federal office again, but did not do so. Alleged co-conspirator, attorney William Borders went to jail again for refusing to testify in the impeachment proceedings, but was later given a full pardon by Bill Clinton on his last day in office.[2]“

    15. Ray on September 27th, 2008 12:31 am

      I think that everyone should pass a test on how the government is suppose to work before they are allowed to vote. We dont allow people to drive until they pass a test.

    16. Patti on September 27th, 2008 11:19 am

      Plase do tell:

      Why would the president backed by the Republicans want to give 20% or $140 BILLION dollars to ACORN?


      Posted by Maggie (Good Job):

      The original bill called called for 20% of the 700 billion bail-out go to ACORN..

      This is ACORN..

      CRL Testimony on ACORN’s Voter Fraud
      09.25.08, 10:34 AM ET

      WASHINGTON, Sept. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — James Terry, Chief Public Advocate for the Consumers Rights League, today testified at a joint House Administration and House Judiciary Committee oversight hearing on “Federal, State and Local Efforts to Prepare for the General 2008 Election,” where he highlighted “corruption at every level of ACORN including embezzlement, cover-ups, misuse of taxpayer funds and voter fraud.” An excerpt of his testimony follows:

      “ACORN routinely says it will clean up its act. Yet, given its decade-long history of voter fraud, embezzlement, and misuses of taxpayer funds, ACORN’s pattern of fraud can no longer be dismissed as a series of ‘unfortunate events.’

      “The problem of voter registration fraud raises serious questions for this committee, and the Consumers Rights League appreciates that the right questions are being asked.

      “Here are the most important questions right now: We know about the thousands of potentially fraudulent voter registration cards turned in by ACORN and caught by officials. But given the size of ACORN’s efforts and the fact that the abuses appear to be systemic, we believe it is fair to question how many more fraudulent registrations have not been discovered, Furthermore, as this mega organization with a decades long history of violating the law is turned to get out the vote efforts, we believe it is fair to question how many fraudulent registrations may lead to fraudulent votes or what other activities they are willing to undertake to influence the election.

      “These are serious questions, especially in light of recent election results which show that a just few votes can change the outcome of an election, the course of our country and the course of history.

      “While we do not presume to tell this committee how to address this problem, we respectfully submit that our nation’s election system is facing a concerted campaign that raises serious issues that merit the committee’s oversight and attention.”

      Complete transcript of hearing testimony: http://www.consumersrightsleague.org/uploadedfiles/JamesTerryACORN9-24.pdf About The Consumers Rights League:

      The Consumers Rights League is a non-profit, non-partisan educational organization dedicated to protecting consumer choice and access to the marketplace. Through investigative analysis, CRL produces quality research that thoroughly documents the real-world choices and challenges consumers face and reports on the benefits enjoyed by an overwhelming majority of consumers. Learn more about CRL’s mission at http://www.consumersrightsleague.org .

      SOURCE Consumers Rights League

      One ex.. Operating in at least 38 states (as well as Canada and Mexico), Acorn pushes a highly partisan agenda, and its organizers are best understood as shock troops for the AFL-CIO and even the Democratic Party. As part of the Fannie Mae reform bill, House Democrats pushed an “affordable housing trust fund” designed to use Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac profits to subsidize Acorn, among other groups.

      Acorn and its affiliates have pulled some real stunts in recent years. In Ohio in 2004, a worker for one affiliate was given crack cocaine in exchange for fraudulent registrations that included underage voters, dead voters and pillars of the community named Mary Poppins, Dick Tracy and Jive Turkey. During a Congressional hearing in Ohio in the aftermath of the 2004 election, officials from several counties in the state explained Acorn’s practice of dumping thousands of registration forms in their lap on the submission deadline, even though the forms had been collected months earlier.


      Are they trying to buy another election??!?!



      People don’t have to take a test to become a legal voter in this country. Again that is a Southern notion that was used for years to keep the black vote under wraps. I have become totally disgusted by the actions of certain people on this site. This is 2008 and the ugly past is over. The name calling of one another based on the color of ones skin is not only childish, as was described by Idstlou, but it’s UN-American, non-democratic and is a breach of the many things this country stands for. We are a country that is aminant about our protected rights to freedom of religion, regardless of the color of our skin. We are a country that, long ago, stated that EVERY man is created equal based under the law. A law that has gone to great lengths to protect those rights.

      This is our chance for a new beginning…

      “Thinking” people are going to take it, and I suppose that ignorant people are going to balk, whine and cry. (period)

      Too bad, too sad…


    17. Patti on September 27th, 2008 11:44 am


      Is it showing support to laugh at such non-sense? Black people know what it’s like to be hunted down like animals, treated as second-class citizens and, while I don’t support the notion that we re-hash the terrible crimes that have been waged against them; I will say that it is obvious that the Republican party, as represented by the posters on this board, are insensitive of the requirement of protection, under the law, of minorities in this country.

      Good Day…

    18. Maggie on September 27th, 2008 2:20 pm

      Actually Republicans don’t back the Acorn deal, they are trying to get it removed from the deal..Acorn is funded by taxpayers from the Federal govt..to help low income people get homes.. budget like 110 million..

      Richard I agree… I don’t think nany of these people have a clue what they are doing with this package.. It’s starting to remind me of Nero.. Bunch of talking heads a mile a minute.. I am prepared to run, when one starts spitting pea soup.. with their head spinning. I am tired of hearing Rep & Dem..and get this damn thing fixed.

    19. Maggie on September 27th, 2008 2:20 pm

      oops ^ many

    20. Maggie on September 27th, 2008 2:23 pm

      In the Sept. 11, 2003, edition of the NY Times: ”These two entities — Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac — are not facing any kind of financial crisis,” said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, the ranking Democrat on the Financial Services Committee. ”The more people exaggerate these problems, the more pressure there is on these companies, the less we will see in terms of affordable housing.” (Via Blue Collar Muse, who has more.)

    21. Patti on September 27th, 2008 6:40 pm

      Bottom line for me is that I don’t think that it is the job of the federal government to back these banks that have pushed these mortgages on people. For years, they have been foreclosing on these mortgages; and if they didn’t notice the fault in the way these financial instruments were being written then they deserve the consequences that come with continueing with them for the years that followed. Everyone was warned. Congress and the Senate have both been having hearings about it and, still, some banks were still writting them.

      The truth is that we live in a world that has a market place that experiences up and downs. This isn’t the first time the market has taken a slump and the market comes back. Everyone is aware of how volitile the market is during an election year and many, including myself, pull their money out of the stock market because of this. Buying low and selling high is the whole idea in the stock market. However, I don’t think this crisis has as much to do with the stock market as it does with the housing market.

      I am amazed that the federal government will rush to the heed of a bank while many, truly innocent, people have lost their homes in disasters over the last few years and still are living in temporary housing. As a person who worked in Public Accounting for years, I can tell you that it was no secret that these mortgages were faulty.

      I agree with Bridges, give the 700 billion dollars to each and every American over the age of 18 and we will all become debt free with homes of our own. Certainly, putting that much money into the hands of the working class, along with small business owners and even large business owners would give the economy a boost… but to blindly throw that much money back into the machine that caused this problem in the first place is not the answer.


      As for head spinning and pea soup, I was surprised McCain didn’t start levitating as he was bragging about all the places he’s been, people he’s met and how much more experience he has… I did detect a few blood vessels popping as his REAL opinion is that no one should EVER question him about anything… he knows it all! EGO he has, but heart… I don’t think so.


      Obama for 2008!


    22. A New Girl on September 27th, 2008 11:44 pm

      Hey, Monkeys—it gets worse! Check out the article below in this weeks “Newsweek” mag….


      By Fareed Whatever the Hell his name is.

      I was so incensed by it, I wrote him and his Editors an email. Talk about taking one sound-bite of something she said and completely running away with it! What a bunch of BS !!

      I am cancelling my subscription immediately, and I am still seething from reading this crap. It’s baised, sexist and UNFAIR. Sara Palin has more executive experience than Obama on any given day, and SHE IS NOT RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT! Barrack is! Last night’s debate further proved one more thing….. Yes, Obama is still a smooth orator—BUT HE DOES NOT HAVE THE EXPERIENCE TO LEAD THIS COUNTRY !!!!!! Just like McCain said, he is naive and DANGEROUS.

      I truly hope the American public continue to see that and not be fooled by the Wolf in Sheep’s clothing. He’s an empty suit and Sara will hold her own this Thursday in her debate with that windbag Biden.

    23. A New Girl on September 27th, 2008 11:52 pm

      #20- Maggie–

      Just a note, I am from MA and I cannot STAND Barney Frank…that lisping, inarticulate buffoon!!

      Seriously, don’t listen to anything that man says….many in this State have been ignoring him for years. He’s so full of it.

      Now Mitt Romney on the other hand, there’s a politician I was rooting for. Palin is an excellent choice though and I am getting so weary of more of all this moonbat leftist drivel. What a whining bunch of babies !! Waaa Waaaaaa waaaa…we need a change America but we have NO IDEA what the * we are doing!!!!!!!! I am so sick of the all the mistakes also that our Government has made, but I absolutely REFUSE to elect someone who will jeapordize our great nation even further. We have enough problems as it is.

      *McCain/Palin ’08

    24. A New Girl on September 28th, 2008 12:13 am

      #13- Patti- 3 things for you:

      1. Stop your fantasizing,honey. Obama is a happily married man.

      2. You must need another drink of that poison Kool-Aide, I think you’re hallucinating.

      3. You are completely wrong in your assessment of McCain. Who cares about his age! Stick to his
      experience/leadership/judgement and character abilities. The only thing you were right about was, Yes, he’d also make an excellent General.

      *McCain/Palin ’08

      (the alternative is even scarier, I assure you!)

    25. Diane on September 28th, 2008 3:23 am

      Sarah Palin’s religious preferences should be a concern for all who do NOT worship like she does.
      Be it Catholic, Jew etc.
      She is a very scary women given to very complex and rigid belief systems.
      She is a fundamentalist who believes in the leteral interpretation of the bible.
      Slavery is oK in the old Testament

      Besides the fact that she cannot speak coherently, has NO foreign policy experience and refuses to cooperate with the investigation in Alaska(which tells me she’s guilty)
      She cannot be VP or president.
      SM: Funny, I would say the same thing about a man who spent 20 years listening to hate filled, reverse racism, hate America rhetoric when it was politically advantageous for his and then to leave the same church who backed him when it was no longer politically expedient. That person who would be Barack Obama.

      It would appear to me and any rational person that you may be the rigid and unbending person. The idea that you would say that she is pro-slavery because of her religious beliefs puts you firmly in the “moonbat” contingency.

      This Sunday, why don’t you attend a church service and maybe cleanse some of the hate from your heart. God does love you.

    26. A New Girl on September 28th, 2008 9:36 am

      #25- Diane!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Sara Palin’s religious preferences?? I have two words for you: REVEREND WRIGHT !!! You have got to be kidding me! While each individual under our Constitution is entitled to their own religious beliefs, just b/c she’s conservative in some of her views..you go jumping to all these conclusions (instead of being proud of the fact that a female can finally serve in the Oval Office!). Are you trying to tell me now that Sara Palin believed in Slavery? LOL

      As for your arguement as to Palin having NO foriegn policy experience, I have another 2 words for you: BARACK OBAMA !!!!!!! So, you want to elect a man into office who has NONE of that AT ALL ???????? You’re reasoning is completely lopsided. Sure, it’s okay for you to dislike Sara Palin on a personal level, but I am insulted as a female to listen to any other female making derrogatory statements about her experience, values and accomplishments. I think you are the one who is not coherent in your speech and communication skills. After reading your post, I can see that you are ill-informed about Ms. Palin.
      Were you a former HRC reporter or did you despise her too? Maybe if Barrack were intelligent enough to chose her for VP (as he should have since she deserved it and was qualified to do the job) you wouldn’t be so angry right now. To me living in the 21st Century, I find YOU the SCARY one here, Diane. So tell me—after all these years…we have fought so hard for equal rights as women…for what, exactly???? You’re a female, yet you are a complete sexist with bigoted and heavily biased views against another person of your own gender. Shame on you!

      ** McCain/Palin ’08 **

    27. A New Girl on September 28th, 2008 9:43 am

      Re: Post #26 @ Diane- Please excuse my typo— I meant to say were you a former HRC supporter, of course. Hmnnnnnnn….my money says you were. What a fool Obama was for overlooking her as VP. If she were on the ticket today, I don’t think McCain would have stood a chance in winning this election.

      Big mistake there for your man, Obama. lol The first of many he will make. His decision making is questionable at best. That stems from his overall inexperience. He’s a fine enough person in general, but NOT READY TO BE MY PRESIDENT! That’s for damn sure.

      **McCain/Palin ’08**

    28. Patti on September 28th, 2008 12:13 pm

      One has to wonder who is hallucinating when they make posts like that of New Girl. Just look at this page of misinformation… and they talk about drinking the Kool-Aid. :)

      While it would be nice to have a woman in the whitehouse, or a woman as V.P., it has to be the right woman. I lived in Alaska, and believe me; the close proximity of it to Russia does NOT qualify as ‘Foreign Relations’ experience.


      Like those that say that Obama was running away from the debates. While some may think I hallucinate… one has to wonder who they rely upon for their news source.


      McCain isn’t going to win. You don’t want to believe me, then turn on your t.v. stations and see the world through everyone else’s eyes.


      Obama ’08!

    29. Patti on September 28th, 2008 12:29 pm

      Sarah Palin is a religious woman and, yet, her underage daughter gets pregnant while she is living in the Governors mansion under all that security? Obviously, if she ran this country like she runs her home… we’d be in WHOLE lot of trouble. Not a problem, according to McCain… but then again, look at the way he conducts himself in the ‘sexually moral’ department. If a man cannot respect a simple vow of marriage with out selling out, how can he be trusted?

      Those are the things REAL American’s think about!

      … and he parades her around like a prize he won in a contest.


      He’s a washed out OLD man, with a friend’s daughter for a wife. I thought scared monkeys frowned on that?


    30. A New Girl on September 28th, 2008 2:03 pm

      Patti: You are entitled to your own views and opinions…so let’s just agree to disagree.

      I have no desire to argue with you over Sara Palin, please—all I am asking is just to be fair.

      PS- Just for the record, back in the day when our parents got married…the average age of the female was 18-20….to be married and begin raising their own families! I don’t see what Palin’s daughter’s current status has to do with Palin’s ability to be a good Mother. Oh, please! Forget the sexual morality BS in the White House….let’s not even go down that road! Do we need to review our Presidential history and point out every Commander-in-Chief who was unfaithful to their wives? Isn’t the point of selecting a President supposed to be who this nation believes to be the most capable for running our Country? As to why this topic even enters into the fray is beyond me…irrelivant.

      Look, I agree McCain(by his own admission) is not going to win any awards for Mr. Congeniality—but he is the lesser of 2 evils at this point.

      Let’s just both stick to drinking our own beverages of choice..whatever they may be.

    31. super dave on September 28th, 2008 3:05 pm

      native #9 : just exactly how do you feel about blacks & jews ? i bet you could care less either way. you are a hater just like the rest of your filthy ilk.
      you people are so jealous of Sarah Palin that you would follow a terrorist to hell & we won’t stop you. you follow an idiot blindly while he hates you and everything you stand for. that is if you are a true American. can’t tell about you trolls though.

    32. super dave on September 28th, 2008 3:11 pm

      and for all you harping on slavery. it’s over with and has used to death by your kind. please find another excuse for your bad behaviour, this one is getting old. matter of fact , a couple hundred years old now.
      i don’t owe blacks, indians, or any other race the time of day. i, nor my family have ever had a slave , don’t want one, don’t need one. you guys evidently are feeling guilty about your family ownig salves maybe ?

    33. A New Girl on September 28th, 2008 10:16 pm

      @ Super Dave #31 & 32: Oh, My God! Finally- another person who has the ability to tell it like it is! You have partially restored my faith in mankind, Dave. Very refreshing to hear. =)

      IMO, you’re doing a great job informing some of the Trolls and Chowderheads who post in here where it’s really at. You know how it is Dave, sometimes these bleeding heart liberals kind of need things spelled out for them. They just don’t get it, and we are forced to still listen to their BS about slavery, racisim, yadda yadda after 200 plus years. Love it!

    34. Patti on September 28th, 2008 10:36 pm

      New Girl:

      No… I don’t agree to disagree. What the hell does that mean? Do you want me to love you, inspite of the way you speak about me? Do you want to be able to belittle me with a blanket of forgiveness, place a crown of thorns on my head and parade me through the streets to be laughed at and belittled? Is that what you want from me? Try respecting yourself; then, perhaps, you won’t find a need to attack other people with such nonsense. If you want to apologize, then do it…. but to agree to disagree… that makes no sense at all.

      It sounds like you and Brie speak the same language:


      “I’m not sorry for calling people ‘Niggers’. I don’t have to apologize,,, we’re in a race war!!!”

      and, then you:

      “Even though I called you a ‘Nigger Lover’ it’s all good, we can agree to disagree, that’s all.”

      And in the next post, you shift:

      ‘I agree with Richard. People should be held responsible for their actions.’

      So which is it?


      Truth is you don’t know what you believe. And all that talk about when girls got married, in OUR day? What day, exactly, do you mean? You don’t know shit about me so, please, stop being so presumptuous!

      Stick with your friend…. two of a kind!


    35. Patti on September 28th, 2008 11:22 pm

      New Girl:

      Maybe that’s your problem… you expect your faith in mankind to be restored, here, in the battlefield of the blogs. Maybe you need to look elsewhere, there are few racists here… only people who want to share their opinion with people of sound mind… not with two-faced name-callers.


      Come on… impress me.


    36. Dana on September 30th, 2008 10:05 pm

      You are a very aggressive person. Do you really not understand the phrase “agree to disagree”? Do some research on the real issues…I don’t think Palin’s daughter is going to decide the future of our country, so why do you care? It is sad how you attack others. You talk about racism and about hardships, but you want to keep it going. You are the one full of hate, read your own blogs. “Impress Me”? Who do you think you are? Do you think you are better or more intelligent than other bloggers. You bark the words, “you don’t know shit about me”, and yet you make presumptions about another’s faith and ideals. You are a hypocrit. All I can do is laugh at you. If a person like you supports Obama, it only makes sense. Don’t blow your top when he doesn’t win, you might hurt yourself. Peace.

    37. killalcee on October 1st, 2008 8:51 pm

      I’m beginning to believe blacks are indeed an inferior race after watching this Alcee moron and that asshole Wright in action….why is it blacks commit so many crimes, want handouts and spout hate nonsense?

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