Friday, July 24, 2009

Just what we need...

Left-wing McClatchy columnist Leonard Pitts says he will pontificate on the Gates arrest in a column to be published Sunday.


Anonymous said...

Let me guess, his message will be how we must become the perfect society and all collectively need to “Hate Whitey” together, pass socialized health care, and euthanize our elderly, all out of respect for Dear Leader.

Anonymous said...

Just like race hucksters, jessie and sharpton are saying thank you Mr. President for putting us back on the front page, McClatchy's race baters are also now back in business!

Anonymous said...

With his approval numbers swirling down the toilet, his handlers had to remind him he was sold to American as a racial healer, not a race hustler.

So, Mr. Hyde goes back into the closet and today Dr. Jekyll is all smiles, singing about racial harmony and brothers sharing beers.

And McClatchy, faithfully, once more into the breech, shilling for Dear Leader

Anonymous said...

They may be back in business, but it isn't working anymore. They're getting pushed back and exposed now days.

Personally, I am waiting on that dude in KC who said that Socialism is another name for black. I am a comedy writer and need some material. That guy is perfect because he drags the whole race bating industry down with him.

Anonymous said...

The Harvard professor sounds like a racist jerk. Time for Obama to apologize and put some distance between this angry little man and the President of the United States. Maybe next time, Obama will stay out of things he knows nothing about...ohhh...that would include health care.

Anonymous said...

Miami Herald reporter, Carol Rosenberg, is sued for her repulsive conduct.

This poor woman talks just like the folks at the Daily Kos write. Seems that she let the mask drop a bit.

Anonymous said...

He's one of the worst columnists in the country, which is why he's a McClatchy guy.

Anonymous said...


U.S. Navy Commander Files Sex Complaint Against Female Miami Herald Journolist Carol Rosenberg
(MNI employee?)

In the complaint, Gordon calls for a "thorough investigation" to put an end to Rosenberg's "appalling behavior" that includes comments about the Commander's sexual orientation.

The complaint outlines examples of Rosenberg's alleged "abusive and degrading, comments of an explicitly sexual nature."

Gordon writes:

To me, in front of another journalist with reference to why 9/11 co-defendant Mustafa Al Hawsawi was seated on a pillow in court:

"Have you ever had a red hot poker shoved up your a**?

Have you ever had a broomstick shoved up your a**?

Have you ever had anything in your a**?

How would you know how it feels if it never happened to you? Admit it, you liked it? No wonder why you like to stay in South Beach on your Miami visits."

Anonymous said...


Mark Steyn: Obama knows 'stupidly' when he doesn't see it. (Orange County Register)

By common consent, the most memorable moment of Barack Obama's otherwise listless press conference on "health care" were his robust remarks on the "racist" incident involving professor Henry Louis Gates and the Cambridge police.

The latter "acted stupidly," pronounced the chief of state. The president of the United States may be reluctant to condemn Ayatollah Khamenei or Hugo Chávez or that guy in Honduras without examining all the nuances and footnotes, but sometimes there are outrages so heinous that even the famously nuanced must step up to the plate and speak truth to power.

And thank God the leader of the free world had the guts to stand up and speak truth to...... municipal police Sgt. James Crowley.

For everyone other than the president, what happened at professor Gates' house is not entirely clear. The Harvard prof returned home without his keys and, as Obama put it, "jimmied his way into the house." A neighbor, witnessing the "break-in," called the cops, and things, ah, escalated from there.

Professor Gates is now saying that, if Sgt. Crowley publicly apologizes for his racism, the prof will graciously agree to "educate him about the history of racism in America." Which is a helluva deal.

I mean, Ivy League parents remortgage their homes to pay Gates for the privilege of lecturing their kids, and here he is offering to hector it away to some no-name lunkhead for free.

Anonymous said...

Rules for Reading Mark Steyn:

1. Move all liquids away from the keyboard.

2. Secure pets; alert all family members and neighbors that everything will be OK; you’re just reading Mark Steyn.

3. If you think you might have to pee — even a little, pee before reading.

Anonymous said...

“A black president, a black governor and a black mayor all agree with a black Harvard professor that he was racially profiled by a white-Latino-black police team, headed by a cop who teaches courses in how to avoid racial profiling.”

I love Mark Steyn.

Anonymous said...

Dear Leader apologizes for America every time he opens his mouth, but couldn’t bring himself to apologize for himself.

Anonymous said...

The Star columnist Lewis Duiguid chimed in on this episode quickly and put in the right and cop in the wrong.

But that's Lewis--race baiting columns--its how he keeps his job.