Friday, October 20, 2006

On the racism trifecta

Okay, so some of the slimier Repubs have been showing their true colors lately, and when I say "colors," I should say "shades ranging from bisque to golden beige," because brown, apparently, doesn't qualify as Grand Old Pigmentation:
BLACK MAN #1: "If you make a little mistake with one of your 'hos,' you'll want to dispose of that problem tout suite, no questions asked."
BLACK MAN #2: "That's too cold. I don't snuff my own seed."

BLACK MAN #1: "Maybe you do have a reason to vote Republican."

That is a transcript of a new ad targeting black voters in ten battleground states this election season. The ad was financed by J. Patrick Rooney, a white billionaire, with money funneled through America's PAC, the group founded by Republican consultant and Intelligent Design proponent Richard Nadler (who produced an ad for school vouchers in 2000 in which a white parent declared that his child's school "was a bit more diversity than he could handle").

So, all of you black men out there, if you're concerned for the safety of the illegitimate children you conceive with the multiple "hos" that Rooney knows you have, and you're prone to throwing the occasional French phrase into your conversations, be sure to vote Republican in November.

Of course, say you're not black, per se. Say you're just fairly tan. If that's the case, the GOP doesn't want you voting at all:
Be advised that if your residence in the United States is illegal or if you are an immigrant, voting in a federal election is a crime that can result in incarceration, and possible deportation for voting without the right to do so. …

Not like in Mexico, here there is no benefit to voting. In the United States there is no registration card to vote. Therefore, it is useless and dangerous to vote in any election if you are not a citizen of the United States.

Do not pay attention to a politician who may try to tell you otherwise. They only care about their own interests.

That letter was sent to 14,000 Hispanic Democratic voters in Orange County, California. Let me highlight my favorite part:
Do not pay attention to a politician who may try to tell you otherwise. They only care about their own interests.

Stay away from the polls, naturalized citizens who are registered to vote! And don't listen to any Democrat who tells you otherwise! They'll just lie to you to protect their own interests! The California Secretary of State is on it.

And while this isn't anything new, never forget that Asians are always welcome in the New World.

So when you hit the polls in November, don't forget: The Republican party loves black people, and black people love them.

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