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October 21, 2008

Forget Bon Jovi and Heart, I'll bet Prussian Blue would let McCain use one of their songs

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"I didn't see it [as racist]. I never connected. It was just food to me. It didn't mean anything else." —Diane Fedele, president of Chaffey Community Republican Women and creator of Obama Bucks.


“There’s a real problem in what’s called the ‘white movement.’ One, there’s a lot of people who are just mentally ill, and we deal with those a lot. No. 2, there are people who have serious sexual problems.” —Bill White, head of the American Nazi party.

Posted by Daniel Radosh

Comments

Scratch the surface of "real America" and look what comes out.

John McCain has become shameful and weak since he sold his soul to Karl Rove.

Get with the times, Richard. It's not "real" America anymore, it's "pro-America."

Weird - behind the rack of ribs and Obama's head there are silhouetted Photoshop "glows" but the objects they're outlining are gone. One wonders what the artiste decided to edit out.

Did these racist assholes really feel the need to embellish his ears?

It is nice that these archaic symbols of racism have lost their idiotic power. If black people were the only customers for ribs, watermelon, KFC and Koolaid, the producers and distributors of such products would have gone belly up long ago. Whiter-than-white people have always consumed mass quantities of these four basic American food groups. Now, if they wanted something uniquely black, they'd have made each bill a foot long with a photo of a magic johnson on it! Monster black dick is a Republican's biggest fear and biggest fantasy.

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