Originally posted by SecondAmendmentUser
I'll go out on a limb here, the sad part is political correctness has become so frickin pervasive and ingrained in the American
public.....especially concerning the issue of race. (even damages the ability to have serious discussions here in ATS just witnessed this on another
thread about an 84 year old white man, getting beaten by a group of black youths)
The reason why you are seeing this elite tool canaanite (Cain ) guy getting so much "game time" is because he is BLACK., and that is about the ONLY
I always have to sigh because the American people have become so cowardly and timid about discussing and exposing the "race" angle of issues, so
that the elite play most people like a damn harp. It has become a very effective way at short circuiting and crippling the critical thinking and
discernment of intelligent people, a brilliant move on the ruling ghouls part.
I can imagine the smug snickering of these criminals discussing this part of their strategy at their various get togethers like the Bildeburg and
Bohemian grove events.
edit on 26-10-2011 by SecondAmendmentUser because: (no reason given)
Political correctness might have gone overboard when Sally Jessy Rafael was a hot item on the talk show circuit, and every other episode of Oprah was;
"My man doesn't love me for who I am." But that was over a decade ago.
PC is just another term for being "polite."
>> I'm "mostly" Liberal, and very much a Progressive - and I don't give Obama a pass for continuing wars and not prosecuting Bush and arresting
people who demonstrated against the total mess that the Tar Sands pipeline is going to be. I'm also haven't seen anyone pulling punches on Herman
Cain. I do think he got ON THE TICKET to at least have that symbol of blackness removed from the Democrats. It is crass, it was useless inevitably,
but it was also FAIR GAME in the political world. Playing politics is the only thing that politicos do during campaigns -- and this one is no
This world has oceans getting acidic, economies imploding with international banking, businesses running governments and not being curtailed -- and we
worry about the PC issue? When ecosystems, poverty, and moronic dirty energy policies from both parties bring this country down -- the LAST thing
anyone is going to worry about is this nonsense.
When people complain about "Political Correctness" -- it seems to me that it's so much like the guy who gets really angry and homosexuality because
he is worried about his own orientation. Herman Cain might be crazy, he might be one of those myopic Businessmen who got lucky once and thinks he's
God's gift to capitalism. But how is he any better than Michelle Bachmann, or a dozen other useless hacks? Slimy Rahm Emmanuel, religious
profiteers, machiavellian Carl Rove, or Joe Lieberman who puts this country 2nd on his list of priorities.
If not being able to use the "N" word gets you down, or that you worry people can't figure out that most crooked bankers are Jewish (since most
bankers are Jewish to begin with) -- well, that isn't anyone else's problem.
>> Herman Cain is the village idiot and a political hack -- its the ultimate "Equal Opportunity" when a Black Man can be just as incompetent as
George Bush and still have a job.
And what is wrong with the Tea Party protesting Obama as a Socialist? This guy is to the right of the last President and he's approved more oil
drilling, given more free passes to capitalists, and deported more Mexicans than the last three Presidents. What MORE do they want than for him to
change his skin color? His "Liberal" moves have been symbolic, empty threats at best. His stimulus package was more than 60% tax breaks and handouts
to corporations with NO requirement for US contracts. George Bush couldn't have done a more feeble attempt at helping the Middle Class out than Obama
has -- and yet the Right screams "Socialism."
I suppose everyone reads a book by it's cover these days.
When I look at Herman Cain and the raft of phonies on all sides of the isle -- I figure that there is no point OPENING THE BOOK to read what is
>> An 84 year old white man getting beaten by ANYONE is pretty much a crime -- so why is it really that significant WHO beat him up. The chance of a
banker kicking me out of my house far exceeds my risk of a mugging and it's going to be a lot more painful.