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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Oppressing the White Man

Kathleen Waligore
Patriot

Dear Mrs. Waligore,

In your letter of support for Dr. David McKalip, you asked:
Why aren't more people taking to the streets [to oppose Obama] like they did in Iran?
It's an easy question to answer, really. The oppression of the white Christian man has become so pervasive, we are no longer capable of gathering up the courage needed to go to the streets.

Just look around, White people are being oppressed everywhere:
  • A policeman working for the Seattle Socialist Republic ignored a white man's pleas that he was simply exercising his constitutional rights and oppressed him for kicking a Vietnamese man.
  • The oppressors force a white man, Dr Dr. David McKalip, to resign from a heath care front group simply because he sent out a blast email featuring Obama as an African witch doctor.
  • The oppressors call a white man, Sgt. James Crowley of the Cambridge police, a racist after he arrests a black college professor,Henry Louis Gates Jr., for "disorderly conduct" in his own home.
  • Obama oppresses that white officer by calling the arrest, "stupid."
  • The oppressors force the Boston Police Department to suspend a proudly white officer for calling Gates a "jungle monkey."
  • Supreme Court nominee Sonya Sotomayor oppresses white Republican Senators by forcing them to ask stupid questions over and over again.
  • Black children oppress white children by swimming with them.
  • Oppressors unsuccessfully try to derail a 40-year-old woman's campaign to become chair of the Young Republicans simply because she defended racial slurs on her Facebook site.
So there's your answer. White people are so oppressed they're afraid to go to Tea Parties carrying signs comparing Obama to a monkey.

Heterosexually yours in a chaste, biblical, but very oppressed kind of way,

Gen. JC Christian, patriot

18 comments:

  1. .
    Thank GAWD somebody is finally standin' up fer the WHITE man! But we gotta be careful. THEY are everywhere, now, even in the WHITE House! We'll have to organize secretly and hide our identities somehow. Maybe with masks or bedsheets or something. Anyways, we'll figure that out as we go along. Meet me under that big cross on the edge of town, yawl. I'll find some way to light it up. By golly, we'll get our freedom yet, if we have to Reconstruct this whole country! To HELL with that tyrant Lincoln. I mean Obama.
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  2. General, Sir:

    I'm not Mr. mjs, Sir, but I do what I can.

    With apologies to the Village People.

    "The New G.O.P." (to the tune of Y-M-C-A)

    White man, there's no need to feel down.
    I said, white man, pick yourself off the ground.
    I said, white man, 'cause you're in a new town
    There's no need to be unhappy.

    White man, there's a dream you can dream.
    I said, white man, when you're short on self esteem.
    You can go there, and I'm sure you will find
    Many ways to have a good time.

    It's fun to be in the New GOP.
    It's fun to be in the New GOP.

    They have everything for you men to enjoy,
    You can hang out with all the boys ...

    It's fun to be in the New GOP.
    It's fun to be in the New GOP.

    You can get yourself clean, you can have a good meal,
    You can do what about you feel ...

    White man, are you listening to me?
    I said, white man, what do you want to be?
    I said, white man, you can make real your dreams.
    But you got to know this one thing!

    No man does it all by himself.
    I said, white man, put your bride on the shelf,
    And just go there, to the New GOP.
    I'm sure they can make you UnGAY.

    It's fun to stay at the New GOP.
    It's fun to stay at the New GOP.

    They have everything for you men to enjoy,
    You can hang out with sturmabteilung boys ...

    It's fun to stay at the New GOP.
    It's fun to stay at the New GOP.

    You can get yourself clean, you can have a good meal,
    You can do what about you feel ...

    White man, I was once in your shoes.
    I said, I was down and out with the blues.
    I felt no man cared if I were alive.
    I felt the whole world was so tight ...

    That's when someone came up to me,
    And said, white man, take a walk up the street.
    There's a party called the New GOP.
    They can teach you how to sin while you pray.

    It's fun to stay at the New GOP.
    It's fun to stay at the New GOP.

    They have everything for you men to enjoy,
    You can hang out with all the boys ...

    New GOP ... you'll find it at all the New GOP.

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  3. In the interest of accuracy, Gates was not "in" his home, he was outside causing a disturbance (according to the officer).
    Also, Obama said that they "acted stupidly."

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  4. he was arrested on his porch. That's his home. It would not matter if he was on his lawn. It's his property, his home, his castle.
    But then some will cling to anything to justify their bigotry

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  5. Not to get all legal on anybody’s ass, but the General is exactly right here. It makes absolutely no difference whether he was in his home, on his front porch, on his front lawn, in his garage … So long as he was within the metes and bounds of his property, and the cops had verified that it was, in fact, his property, they had absolutely no right to do or say anything to the man. The cops had no authority to be on his property once it became clear that he was the owner and that no crime had been committed. None. Period.

    This is first year law school stuff, folks. The arrest was blatantly unconstitutional, and the only person who should be apologizing for anything is Crowley. Even Fox “News’” own legal analyst, (former) Judge Andrew Napolitano, understands that.

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  6. Counsellor von Ebers:

    Does the same rule apply if he is a tenant? It is my understanding that he might be living in a house that is owned by Harvard (I don't know that). I'm just wondering if it makes any difference, since he is the person who lives at that address. It's just a bit of a puzzler.

    fulton490:

    Your statement is far easier to deal with then Mr. von Ebers'; blow it out your ass.

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  7. democommie: I believe you are implying that the Godly and Christian C Street house is the new YMCA. I wonder if any female legislators ever stay there and, if so, do they get themselves cleaned, do they have a good meal, do they do whatever they feel?

    And, more importantly, do they get to hang out with all the boys?

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  8. Excellent question, Demo. And I loves me some excellent, meaty legal questions, doncha know.

    But I don’t think it makes a difference if he owns or rents the property, so long as he rents the entire property. If he only rents an apartment in a building, the situation might be somewhat different. Even then, though, the area where the arrest took place was private property, not public property; and, more importantly, the fact is the cops’ reason for being there – i.e., the alleged break-in – was no longer in play; they had confirmed that Gates was there legally and that no crime had occurred. So, I’d say that no matter what the situation was, the cops’ authority to question (or, more accurately, harass) Gates no longer existed. Point being, once their “investigation” was over, they really couldn’t justify sticking around and goading the homeowner (or renter) into a “disorderly conduct” charge. They should have gotten off the property and completed whatever “police work” they had left to complete. (Crowley claims he was trying to contact the station to report the situation – that there was no break in – but Gates was “being loud,” and so he (Crowley) suggested to Gates that they go out onto the porch to “continue their conversation” … which is why the arrest took place outside.)

    Seems to me, Crowley’s problem is that he, like most cops, can’t seem to find the “off” switch on the asshole machine. Once he realized that he had no authority to act, it was incumbent on Crowley, not Gates, to end the dispute by getting the hell out.

    Bottom line: Being rude and nasty to a cop isn’t a crime, especially when it takes place in your own home and/or on your own front porch. The Constitution wasn’t written by Emily Post. It doesn’t concern itself with etiquette, or politeness, or good manners. It concerns itself with fundamental liberties and the limitations of government power. Crowley crossed that line, and it simply doesn’t matter what Gates did or said in response.

    One last point: I don’t know whether Gates was the victim of racial profiling, but I do know this: Had Gates been a rich, influential white Harvard professor, he’d’ve been canonized by the right and Crowley would be looking for a job.

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  9. Dave von Ebers:

    I go along with everything you said, except that last bit. If Gates was a rich, influential, white, Pepperdine (Regent, Liberty, etc) professor--then he would be canonized.

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  10. Drama Queen:

    Perhaps you're correct, I just hadn't given it too much thought with women--well sane women, anyway--being such a rare commodity in the GOP.

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  11. It's a black day indeed when the white man turns yellow...

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  12. democommie: thanks for breaking into my mind and putting the YMCA/GOP song in there. I lost my keys so I can't get my forehead open and thus find myself stuck outside. Oh well. I can hear the bass through the cheap windows.

    ++++

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  13. Demo: Maybe. But after all, George W. Bush went to Harvard. Got his MBA there. (Imagine me, making those air quotes when I say “MBA.”)

    So they got their share of righties over by Harvard, is alls I’m saying.

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  14. Why aren't more people taking to the streets [to oppose Obama] like they did in Iran?

    In the interest of accuracy (oh, I like that phrase!), let's take a look:

    John McCain and Sarah Palin were colossal electoral losers with damn few people willing to publicly admit afterward to voting for them, much less take to the street and protest.

    John McCain quickly gave a concession speech, relieved to be off the national stage, rather than appearing at mass -- I mean-- so-so rallies to encourage protest.

    The largest voter turn-out in U.S. presidential elective history overwhelmingly turned out to vote for the winner of the election, as unofficially verified by exit polling, and officially by the actual polls. In contrast to Iran.

    Most of the people in this great country, the U.S. of A., were ecstatically happy to have the White House returned to someone whose education dollars were not totally wasted. (Which by the way, is probably how Bush spent his education anyway.)Why would anyone protest when they just woke up from their worst national nightmare?


    Oh, and Fulton490, when your interest is really in the spirit of accuracy, you need to factor in all the facts, including that the charges were dropped. Quickly.

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  15. "Why aren't there more people taking to the streets [to oppose Obama] like they did in Iran?"

    I answer quoting the Lemonheads:

    "What if somethings on TV and its never shown again?" - Outdoor Type.

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  16. It's important for officers of the law to have all the authority, thus disturbing the peace laws that give cops the authority to arrest anyone for basically anything including looking cross-eyed at one of them. They need this authority to maintain the police state that keeps us all safe. Some things just have to trump the constitution for "things that really matter" to work. The less said about this the better for everyone, I have no doubt.

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  17. Knowdoubt: Hence the phrase “contempt of cop.”

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  18. Ah, yes Dave sir, it is so related to the gateway drug marijuana that leads to all kinds of hard stuff like heroin, etc., in that; it inevitably leads to the other equally egrigious and equally intolerable, "contempt of court." May God save the Kings, Queens, Barons, Earls, Barristers and others that really matter from the rabble.

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We'll try dumping haloscan and see how it works.