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May 10, 2009

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"Scary" is neocon code for "black." You are a racist bigot.

"Scary" is a result of the nasty tone of some of the humor including wishing someone'' kidney's fail (a horrible way to die by the way) to making fun of a needless flight of "Air FARCE One" over Manhattean, calling it a "joy ride" when it scared the crap out of 10's of thousands of New Yorkers who lived through 9/11 and its aftermath.

Mr. Ortegburn, calling someone a racist bigot because they offer sharp and pointed disagreement with the president is the height of stupidity.

No Sam, it has nothing to do with skin color and everything to do with his politics.

"Scary" is neocon code for "black." You are a racist bigot.

Obviously a statement like that is code word for vacuous.

"Racist bigot" is progressive code for someone who believes in the Constitution, liberty and the foundational values of this country.

Racist, n. Anyone who is winning an argument with a liberal. See also: bigot.

"Scary" is neocon code for "black." You are a racist bigot.

What about us "black" folk who think Obama is scary, are we bigots too?

When in doubt, yank out the race-pimp card to try and kill the debate.

We wanted a (Bill) Clinton, got a Chavez. Ortegburn is merely a chavista....

Dear Sam: I realize it is very difficult for you, but please make use of the following site.

From dictionary.com

Scary:
–adjective, scar⋅i⋅er, scar⋅i⋅est.
1. causing fright or alarm.
2. easily frightened; timid.

Bigot:
-noun
a person who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, belief, or opinion.

If you can not read and interpret these two completely different definitions, please return to grade school for remedial education.

It's difficult to explain things to people such a with limited understanding of words.

Hey Sam, just because you think that way doesn't mean I have to.

Now shush, grownups talking

I wonder what Samuel Ortegbum would say if Rush Limbaugh said "I hope Obama's smoking gives him inoperable lung cancer".

I'm guessing Samuel wouldn't think that was very humorous.

Barack Obama is progressive code for incompetent statist.

I don't go to places like dailyKos or Huffpo very often, so when I see comments as stupid as Sam's I tend to think someone thinks he's a comic.

I assumed Sam was kidding, but I guess it's hard to tell these days.

I think Samuel was being sarcastic.

Dude, you're against Dick Cheney because you don't like white guys.
I can't stand the Obamakorn and guess what. I'm black.

Rush Limbaugh merely wanted President Obama to fail, not his kidneys to fail. When they heard this, Big Media and the Progressive Left that expressed an opinion were apoplectic.

Wanda Sykes wants Rush Limbaugh to fail and his kidneys to fail. When they heard this, Big Media and the Progressive Left who expressed an opinion apparently found it humorous.

I want Michelle Obama's vegetable garden to fail.

Sam has it backwards. Like most liberals he is a bigot. He tolerates no view of the world and human nature that does not coincide with his own. I am of Scots decscent. I find Thomas Sowall and Walter Williams two of the most capable analyizers of todays societal problems. I loathe the opinions of many leaders, including our President, some of whom happen to be black. Does that make me insane because I can admire some people of African descent and not others. To admire because of race is bigoted like Sam the bigot.

I don't really care about the color of his skin - it's the fact that it seems to be so thin that disturbs me.

Ah yes, "XXX is code for black" rears its head again. I've seen that phrase so often since Obama rose to the top of the Democratic pack in the primaries that I've long since realized that any unfavorable adjective applied to Obama is "code for black" in the minds of the O-bots.

It's a pathetic cop-out on their part, yet it's also a sign that you're on the right track. O-bots descend to ad hominem labeling when they can't refute the substance of your argument.

"Racism" is the easy cry of people who project their own racism on to others. The way we know this is that the people who cry "racist" all the time are the ones who are always looking at things through the prism of race. They're hyper-conscious of it. They're obsessed with race, therefore they project a racist on to everyone else, because they know damn well that they, themselves are the racists. The people who are fast to scream "racist" do so because the more they shout it at someone else, and point the finger elsewhere, they are safe from being called a racist themselves.

The people who cry "racist" all the time are racist cowards, and they are also the people who will not allow race issues to ever be addressed and healed in this nation.

Scroom.

"Dumb" is a neocon code word for "Democrat."

Wanda Sykes: "Boy, Rush Limbaugh said he hopes this administration fails – so you said you hope America fails. To me, that's treason. He's not saying anything differently than what Osama bin Laden is saying. You know, you might want to look into this, sir, 'cause I think maybe Rush Limbaugh was the 20th hijacker, but he was just so strung out on Oxycontin he missed his flight."

There is nothing remotely comedic about these mean, stupid lines. It is simply a straightforward declaration of the same irrational leftist moral equivalence crap we've been listening to since 9-12-01.

The scary part is that we now have a president who laughs at this "joke" and a press that laughs at the president laughing that they all voted for him.

A few days after 9-11, when I attended the memorial service for Flight 11 First Officer Tom McGuinness at the church down the road with about 2,000 other people, half of whom wore American Airlines uniforms like my husband, and listened to his widow and 14-year-old son speak about Tom, I never would have guessed we'd come to this a mere seven-and-a-half years later.

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