How Much More Racist Can A Liberal Possibly Be?

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Now, what would the liberal attack machine do to Sarah Palin, if she would have said what liberal hack Joan Rivers said, on syndicated radio(Howard Stern Program)recently?

http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2011/01/joan-rivers-calls-michelle...

Why has this disgusting diatribe been hidden?

Joan Rivers considers her remark to be "a beautiful comment".

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This topic and all the others like it. Although it exists on both sides of the fence, racism should not be treated as an excuse for political debate by people of any color. It is baseless, immoral and evil, born of and perpetuated by ignorance, and completely unsupportable by any study, scientific or otherwise. Move on.

You may want to look up the terms "Social Darwinism" " Progressivism" and "Eugenics"....

“Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.”

In other words, you want to ignore it. Does that have anything to do with the source this time?

So you don't have any problem with it, everyone does it, yada-yada.

Remember Harry Reid can do the same thing and it's ok.

MikeyA

What Rivers said is tantamount to her calling the pres. "Rastus". These Hollywood socialists can get away with ANYTHING. Even Clinton wouldn't have gotten away with something like this.

Those crazy Democrats
M: One of the most surprising things to me is that you’re a Republican…
JR: How can you not be? How can anyone not be? How can you live in a country when you can not say the Pledge of Allegiance anymore? Insane people have taken over the Democratic Party. They’re mad. They’ve taken over the asylum. To be worried about what the terrorists were eating at Camp X-ray, I think you’re beyond insane. They’ve just blown up New York.

http://www.montrealmirror.com/ARCHIVES/2002/070402/comedy1.html

Point 1 - I don't like Joan Rivers, but she is/was a comedian. Comedians have different rules - it's their gig. It's their job to say things to push the boundaries and rile it up. And it's funny that you quoted Howard Stern - like he has any right to be indignant about anything anyone ever says.Sarah Palin is someone who was in the public office, and is probably looking to do so again. Of course anything she says will be scrutinized with a different lens - she is looking to be in a public office where she is leading us.

Point 2 - how ridiculous is it to take a racist remark and associate it with either of the parties as something condemning of the party? There are plenty of racists on either side of the aisle.

Wombat's point #2 is on the money. And Palin wouldn't be treated any differently than Rivers. They're both comedians.

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