Monday, April 3, 2006

Mea Cuzzulpa I just couldn't hep mah sef, fo' shizzle

If this be racism, well then, make the most of it. Thank you, Michelle!
Racism, fascism, rape, those words have long ago lost their
meanings. Nowadays, they are hurled about with such frequency, that they no longer shock. Definitions, like education and behavior, have been dumbed down, so there no longer is a gold standard for words.
It used to be that uttering racial slurs was in bad taste, but now, meh. Who cares.

Take the lovely lady on the left, here. She looks remarkably like the cute little rascal above and on the right...the difference between them being about 70 years, and the fact that the lady is a Congresswoman(!) and the fella on the right was Billie Taylor, a child actor from the 1930s serial "Our Gang: Little Rascals" where he played the part of Buckwheat. If you are not familiar with this series, you can buy it on DVD or rent it. The character Buckwheat's hallmark quality was his incomprehensible way of speaking. And that is the only thing he has in common with Ms. McKinney.

Bob Weir also has the scathinest take on the Unhinged Demonatrix Ms. McKinney at American Thinker, and he pulls no punches. In the immortal words of William Styron, and pardon the added touch of crass:
"I'd call her a cunt, but she lacks the depth and charm." I couldn't agree more.

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