The Dime Store Indian’s 11 Commandments For Kooktardism

18 07 2014

Detroit

Fauxcahontas speaks:

1.  We believe that Wall Street needs stronger rules and tougher enforcement, so that’s why I’m going to have Goldman Sachs fund my Presidential campaign.

2.  We believe in science, which means we must believe that human evolution totally stopped in regards to brain development 200,000 years ago.

3.  We believe that the Internet shouldn’t be rigged to benefit big corporations, instead it should be rigged to benefit never-do-evil paragons of virtue like Google.

4.  We believe that no one should work full-time and still live in poverty, and that means opening the borders.

5.  We believe that fast-food workers deserve a livable wage, and that means that when they take to the picket line, we are proud to fight alongside them right up to the point when their work is replaced by robots.

6.  We believe that students are entitled to get an education without being crushed by debt, and that’s why I’ll always be committed to the set of Democrat Party policies that allow colleges and universities to raise college costs year in and year out.

7.  We believe that after a lifetime of work, people are entitled to retire with dignity, and that means letting all the world’s grifters in to collect SSI.

8.  We believe—I can’t believe I have to say this in 2014—we believe in equal pay for equal work, and it’s a good thing too, because we won that battle decades ago.

9.  We believe that equal means equal; everybody except for me will be equally impoverished and miserable, and as men and women of science, we have faith in equality.

10.  We believe that immigration has made this country strong and vibrant, and that means letting the whole world flood in, because slave wages and tuberculosis and Ebola outbreaks and the demographics of an international airport and bowling alone…and all that jazz.

11.  And we believe that corporations are not people, that women have a right to their bodies.  I will fight with every last drop of your blood to make Hobby Lobby pay for your abortifacient drugs!

And the main tenet of conservatives’ philosophy? “I got mine. The rest of you are on your own.”  Oops, my bad, that’s more like my philosophy, I got mine, the rest of you don’t have a way to pass yourselves off as part Indian.

UPDATE

A bonus 12th commandment:

“In my quest to end corporate welfare, I am proud to announce today that I support the Export-Import Bank.”





#BringBackOurJillAbramson

15 05 2014

New York

Factor out the New York Times Company, and America’s gender pay gap virtually disappears.





Diverse As I Say, Not As I Do

12 05 2014

Washington, D.C.

Really easy.

Usually, when people don’t practice that which they preach, then that which they preach is in their eyes a socio-political weapon to be wielded against other people for their own benefit.





Klan Rally

5 05 2014

Washington, D.C.

huffpodc

Oops, my mistake.

“DOJ, citing disparate impact, files employment discrimination suit against the Huffington Post.”  MSM copy we’ll never read.





For Yee But Not For Thee

28 03 2014

San Francisco





Taking It to the Streets

28 02 2013

America

weaponsofwar

Now, pray tell, with all this fancy machinery supposedly being used for “immigration and customs enforcement,” why are we swimming in perhaps as many as 36 million illegal aliens?





Making a Name

16 01 2013

Talk Radio

Rush:

The NRA is calling Obama an elitist, and the left and the media are up in arms over this and they’re asking, “Does everybody think that they’re in the same situation as the president?  Of course the president needs to be protected.  Of course the president’s kids need to be protected.”  I got a column here from a leftist blog asking the people of the country, “Do you really think you’re in the same situation of the president?”  Let me tell this leftist blogger something.  As many kids are being shot on school campuses today, and as much senseless law is being passed about guns, I mean, if you actually proclaim a gun-free zone, you are providing a road map to somebody with a gun to go and take action.  You’re telling somebody where to go, where they can’t be stopped.

My point here is, in answer to this leftist blogger, [name and URL of the underwear-clad loser in his mother's basement redacted].  The title of his piece is:  “The NRA Opens Fire — They’ve obviously decided that the most effective strategy is to rile up their base.”  This is a column critical of the NRA and critical of you.  The NRA riling up their base?  What is Obama doing?  Obama is riling up the country.  And why?  What’s in it for him to do this?  Why is he deliberately in people’s faces making them upset?  What is driving him?

Anyway, [underwear-clad loser in his mother's basement], let me join his piece in progress here just to make my point.

“This does actually reveal an important aspect of the NRA’s world view. As far as they’re concerned, all of us should act as though we exist in the same security situation as the president of the United States. You may think you’re just the assistant regional manager of a widget company, but in fact, a terrorist commando strike force could be coming to lay siege to your home at any moment. Which is why you need to be prepared not just with a gun, but with enough weaponry to hold your own in the two-hour firefight that’s just inevitable.”

The guy is mocking you.  Let me tell you something.  I don’t know if this guy’s a parent or not.  I’m not.  But I know plenty of people who are.  Try being one today.  Is an average American parent’s concern for his or her kids any less than the president’s for his?  Should any parent be less concerned for their kids than the president is for his?  Is this what we’re now being told that we’ve gotta understand?  The president needs a $4 million a year entertainment budget?  The president needs limitless flights all over the world on Air Force One with his wife on a different plane?  The president needs countless Secret Service agents, countless armed weapons to protect him and the White House and his kids.

But you don’t, because you’re not nearly as important as the president. You’re not the target the president is.  Well, in fact, I don’t see the president’s kids in danger.  I don’t see the president’s kids going to Sandy Hook elementary.  I don’t see the president’s kids living in Chicago.  Other people’s kids do.  And they love them just as much.  And they want to protect them just as much.

I’m sure that on the evening of December 13, 2012, the parents of six-year old James Mattioli, of Newtown, Connecticut, had no reason to fear that major international terrorists had it out for their son and their son specifically by name.  Now, I don’t expect underwear-clad loser libkook bloggers in their mother’s basements to grok my point, but I know most of you do.  In case you don’t grok my point, what I mean is that the enemy that Mother and Father Mattioli really had to fear were the loser nutbars in their own midst looking to make a name for themselves the only way they could, by going bonkers in a school, killing a lot of people, and thereby becoming a major international celebrity.  That we did make the Nutmeg Nutbar a major international celebrity will only beg the next wannabe nutbar out there to do something.

Rush goes on:

My friends, I’m here to tell you: It’s the president ginning things up. It’s the president creating unrest and fear and instability and I don’t know why. I mean, I know the president’s political leanings. I know what his ideology is. I know why and what about this country he doesn’t like and wants to change. I understand all that, but I don’t understand why he wants to get in people’s faces and irritate them.

I don’t understand why he wants to make people so upset. I don’t understand what drives him on that. Now, I can understand some underwear-clad, pajama-clad, unhappy, sniveling little liberal in the basement blogging about why he would want to make you mad, because he’s miserable and he wants you to join him in it. But the president’s not miserable. (interruption) What? You think the president is miserable? No, he’s not.

I know why, Rush, and your rhetorical-polemical devices prove that you know why, too.  It’s because President Alinksy is trying to tease and antagonize the pit bull (us) to the point where we lash out enough such that they have an excuse to put us down.  Fortunately, I have an advantage over a pit bull:  The manual ability to press the power button.  Sure, Obama’s trying to provoke us.  I just choose not to participate.  It may be as hard to avoid having to hear about and see that man as turning off all media and all doodads and and just sitting around in the park listening to what birds remain around here for the winter chirp and quack and make noise, but it is possible.





Now We’re Getting Somewhere

15 01 2013

NRA

By the way, the answer to their first question is “Yes.”  Obama literally does think his children are better than your children, because he thinks he’s better than you.  While “elitist hypocrisy” is useful from a vernacular-provocative-passion standpoint, it’s not literally true that Obama is an elitist hypocrite.  What seems like elitist hypocrisy is really elitist self-perpetuation.

See also:  Gregory, D., and Bloomberg, M.





Not Really

27 12 2012

Washington, D.C.

David-Gregory-Quickmeme-2

Unfortunately, no.

If you were a no-name white person, you would be.

UPDATE 12/28

David French at NR makes a good point.  He could have added the point about elitist hypocrisy, which isn’t actually elitist hypocrisy, but members of the (d)ruling class plainly demonstrating that they literally think they’re better than the rest of us.

UPDATE 1/2

A better example.





Nothing’s Going to Happen to David Gregory

26 12 2012

Washington, D.C.

Brian Aitken writes a letter to the Chief of the New Jersey State Police to ask if it was legal to bring hollow point ammunition into New Jersey.  Mr. Cop says it’s legal, but Aitken later finds out otherwise, and is sentenced to seven years in a Garbage State prison.  The Governor later commutes his sentence to time served after the public outcry, but does not wipe out the felony conviction.

The DCPD specifically warns NBC News, accurately to the letter of DC law, that possessing high capacity firearm clips for any reason is illegal, including for political and media stunts.  But David Gregory went right on ahead and did it anyway, and might I add, Wayne LaPierre kinda flubbed the response.  (Larry Correia has a much better response.)  Yeah, DCPD is “investigating,” but that’s all they’ll do.  If anyone spends a minute in jail, it will be some 22-year old intern/stooge/lackey.

Why would you expect anything to happen to David Gregory himself?  After all, he doesn’t oppose your kids’ schools having armed guards but send his own kids to Sidwell Enemies which has 11 full time armed guards not counting Secret Service or Congressional security because he likes you.  He doesn’t even do it because he’s consciously engaging in hypocrisy.  He does it because he hates you, and he literally thinks he’s better than you.  Ergo, his kids are better than your kids.  Even though “better” parents breeding “better” kids is supposed to be an example of “discredited Nazi eugenics.”

Likewise, Michael Bloomberg doesn’t hoof it down to Florida to complain about Stand-Your-Ground then defend his own city’s Stop-and-Frisk because he’s threading some fine ideological needle.  He does it because he hates you.  SAF keeps you safe, SYG keeps him and his Top 0.01% buddies safe.  In fact, if a whole deep south state, e.g. Mississippi, adopted SAF, Bloomy would find a way to oppose it while continuing to defend New York City’s use of it, and the “hypocrisy” wouldn’t bother him at all.

That’s because, in spite of my categorization of this post, elitist hypocrisy isn’t really, it’s elitist self-perpetuation.





San Francisco Treat

18 12 2012

Blast from the past.

Also, Las Vegas treat.  Then, he was trying to get the NRA’s endorsement to head off Sharron Angle to win re-election.  An endorsement which the NRA gave him at first then withdrew, then went back and forth on giving it back and taking it away.  The real forces that dragged him over the line were the casino owners and casino employees unions that like having a friend in the Senate Majority Leader.

Also, West Virginia treat.  But…this was before he had a “change of heart,” i.e. let the media pressure get to him.





Hypocrites on a Plane

6 12 2012

Chicago

trotter

And he wants Jesse Jackson Jr’s seat in Congress, too.

The trick, Mr. Trotter, is to get yourself into IL-2 first, then wait until you’re sworn in to commit a felony.

UPDATE 12/11

This may have set up a chain reaction that exposed another felony on his part.





Racial Descriptions for Me, But Not For Thee

2 10 2012

California

VDH, in PJ:

I pick up the local paper: it has become a litany of rapes, murders, gang shootings, and molestations, peppered with drunk-driving fatalities and the uninsured and unlicensed who maim and kill routinely. The lurid tales of crime seem almost as if they come from a Sao Paulo suburb or the outskirts of Johannesburg. Yet the more violence, the more worry about insensitivity. So there is a general rule: the name of the driver, the killer, the robber, or the rapist arrested is rarely initially disclosed, much less his biography or photo — as if these are just random stats that can offer no higher wisdom. No worry — there is an answer to our world of Mad Max. Governor Brown will borrow $200 million for high-speed rail.

I note that an exception in California is the marquee universities.

A Stanford, for example, is home to elites and therefore it must be crime-free, so they often send out life-saving “alerts” that pop up in your email when a male has groped, attacked, or threatened a co-ed on campus. Oddly, the descriptions are graphically explicit: even though we are dealing with suspects — not the arrested. And so the appearance, size, and ethnic profile of the supposed attacker are provided in great, politically incorrect detail. One thing about liberalism: it takes care of its own.

Yeah, leftist hypocrisy.  Whoever heard of such a thing?





One Percenter

19 09 2012

Chicago and Washington, D.C.

Man of the people Jesse Jackson Jr is putting his D.C. residence on the market.  Asking price is $2.5 million.





Sorta Sorry

6 07 2012

Australia

H/T “ViolenceAgainstWhites” on AR.





A Tale of Two Michael Bloombergs

13 05 2012

The first Bloomberg uses Ma Skittles as a prop in his jihad against the “racism” of white people defending themselves against black crime:

Meanwhile, the second Bloomberg supports the “racist” Stop-and-Frisk:

New York police frisk more people despite criticism

(Reuters) – New York police conducted more than 200,000 frisk searches in the first three months of this year, a 10 percent increase from the same period last year, even as critics say the practice often is racial profiling.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly have long defended the program as one that saves lives and has helped bring violent crime down to historic lows, making New York one of the safest big cities in America.

H-Y-P-O…





This Hypocritical Bud’s For You

11 04 2012

Bud Selig let Ozzie Guillen have it for praising Fidel Castro.

Now, for the rest of the story.

Click the photo.





Diversity For Thee, But Not For Me

4 04 2012

H/T Steve the Sailer Man.

Feds trying to make Westchester County, N.Y. more vibrant.  But the liberal Democrat-voting natives are none too happy.

Sailer noted this comment from what seems to be a white liberal:

Nor is Chappaqua opposed to racial diversity; on the contrary, this is a town of Democrats, and people welcome diversity.

That’s what “diversity” means to white liberals:  A town full of white liberals who say they love diversity, without having any actual diversity.





“Nominal Utility”

15 12 2011

Code words for items that are popular with low class blacks and Hispanics.

What’s the matter, L.A. City Council?  Trying to turn Venice Beach into SWPL territory?  Hell, most beach front in Los Angeles County is that way already.





She Is the 0.01%

6 12 2011

Because 99% of the people can’t afford to pony up five kilobucks for a plate of supper.





Those Walls

1 12 2011

Fox Nation:

Obama: My Kids Will Succeed, Even if USA Doesn’t

President Obama believes that Republican leadership of the country would ruin the United States as a land of opportunity, but he’s (justifiably) confident that his daughters will have plenty of opportunities, no matter what.

“Our kids are going to be fine,” Obama told supporters at a campaign event last night. “[T]hey’re on a path that is going to be successful, even if the country as a whole is not successful. But that’s not our vision of America.  I don’t want an America where my kids are living behind walls and gates, and can’t feel a part of a country that is giving everybody a shot.”

Obviously.  Your daughters will have a nice successful career being their father’s daughters.  See also:  Chelsea Clinton.

But what’s with this business about you “don’t want an America where my kids are living behind walls and gates?”  With your open borders immigration policy, and your administrative amnesty, you’re guaranteeing just that.  The plutocrats and the privileged will live behind walls and gates, to keep the brown lumpenprole masses out, even though the cheap labor of those brown lumpens will be how the future plutocrats will get so rich.  Actually, I should couch that sentence in the present tense.  That’s the way it is in Mexico, and most of Latin America, and that’s the way it will soon be in Mexico Del Norte (formerly the United States of America).





RIP, Rickroller’s Presidential Aspirations

16 11 2011

Hypocrisy alert.

WBZ-CBS Boston:

NH Town Hall Audience Asked To Prove Citizenship At Rick Perry Event

MANCHESTER, N.H. (CBS) – People attending a Rick Perry event in Manchester, New Hampshire on Wednesday were asked if they were U.S. citizens.

Obama pulled a similar stunt recently.  In May 2010, he was the commencement speaker at Kalamazoo Central High School in Michigan (which was also in the news again this week, as its high school baseball field will be named in honor of alum Derek Jeter).  All the graduates and attendees had to undergo background checks, including citizenship checks.  (Citizenship checks on people who were still technically public school students?  Plyer v Doe, anyone?)  At the time, Obama’s DOJ was starting its lawsuit against Arizona for SB 1070, and now that Alabama has passed a similar and tougher set of immigration laws, including some educational provisions, they’re also now suing Alabama.





Just You Wait And See

16 10 2011

Wisconsin State Journal:

Bars defend new policy requiring valid driver’s license or passport

Some Downtown [Madison, Wisc.] bars now only let in patrons who have a current, valid driver’s license or U.S. passport, a policy bar owners say has significantly helped improve security after a spike in violence that hit the region over the summer.

(snip)

“It’s not racist,” he said. “I turn away every race that has a (state) ID card.”

State-issued IDs, as well as those issued by colleges or other entities, don’t cut it for entry.

A 2005 UW-Milwaukee study found a vast racial gap when it comes to who doesn’t have a driver’s license: Just 17 percent of white men and women in Wisconsin lack one, compared with 55 percent of black men and 49 percent of black women. The numbers are similarly high for Latinos, the study found.

(snip)

[Madison] Mayor Paul Soglin said the city researched the legal implications of the policy and found that state law allows it.

Yeah, for now.  Methinks the civil rights crowd has found their new civil rights crusade.  It might be safe from state scrutiny because Gov. Scott Walker and Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen are both Republicans, but just wait until Eric “My People” Holder starts noticing.

Funny, the Mayor of Madison has to be a big time lib, and so are all the bar owners in Madison.  Yet, they don’t seem to like minorities very much.  See also:  The U-City Loop.





Sarah Palin’s Whitopia (Many Exclusions Apply)

23 05 2011

Arizona Republic:

Sarah Palin buys a luxury house in north Scottsdale?

Has Sarah Palin bought a house in north Scottsdale?

For months, rumors have circulated in Arizona political circles that the former Alaska governor and possible 2012 presidential contender either was shopping for homes in Scottsdale or had already bought one.

A just-closed deal on a secluded luxury home in far north Scottsdale might fit the bill, and talk has begun that this may be the one. It’s an 8,000-square-foot, dark-brown stucco home with a guard gate that can keep unwanted visitors away. It has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a six-car garage, a swimming pool and spa, and a full basement with a home theater, billiards room and wine cellar.

(snip)

Requests seeking comment from Palin or her aides made Friday and Saturday through her political action committee, SarahPAC, were not successful.

Confirmation of a Palin house purchase in Scottsdale likely would rekindle chatter about whether Palin might run a political campaign out of Arizona, the home state of U.S. Sen. John McCain, who plucked her from relative political obscurity in 2008 to be his vice-presidential running mate.

Palin has been rumored to be considering headquartering her 2012 White House campaign, if there is one, in Scottsdale. She also has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by the retiring Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.

As someone who has a great uncle living in the Phoenix area (then again, everyone has a retired relative living in the Phoenix area), I can attest that Sarah Palin’s apparent decision to purchase a new abode in North Scottsdale by which she could base a Presidential or Senatorial campaign is telling…of elitist hypocrisy.

Just days before John McCain chose her as his running mate, the Anchorage Daily News ran an article stating that the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs was about to open a Consulate Office in Anchorage, which would have the power to issue Matricula Consular cards, largely a quasi-legalization means for Mexican illegal aliens.  The ADN noted in passing that the Consulate in Anchorage was being opened to serve the fast-growing minority that Mexicans were (and presumably still are), and also that the state’s Governor, Sarah Palin, implicitly welcomed the news.

In October 2008, Palin gave an interview to Univision’s Jorge Ramos, in which she stated that:

There is no way that in the US we would roundup every illegal immigrant — there are about 12 million of the illegal immigrants — not only economically is that just an impossibility but that’s not a humane way anyway to deal with the issue that we face with illegal immigration.

Obviously, the huge flaw in her thinking is that it’s impossible to enforce any law against all the people who violate that particular law in the face of it never being enforced to begin with.  Most people follow the law because they see the consequence of a violator being “strung up.”  If income tax laws were never enforced, then it would be impossible, perhaps not “humane,” to incarcerate all the people who violate income tax laws, because most people would not pay income taxes.  It’s true that they can’t send us all to Federal prison, but they do send someone every once in awhile (and make damn sure we know about it), and that scares the rest of us into complying dutifully every April 15.  That Palin thinks it’s not “humane” to deport “12 million” (probably far many more) illegal aliens, combined with her relatively warm welcome of an institution in her own state that greases the skids for illegal aliens of one nationality, probably means that she doesn’t want immigration law enforced.

If she wants to move to the Phoenix area, why doesn’t she want to live around the very people of whom she is so welcoming?  If she thinks it’s not “humane” to deport Mexican illegals, then the really “humane” thing to do is to be their neighbors.  That’s what she wants for all other white people.  But no, she is not buying in any one of The Valley’s many heavily Hispanic census tracts.  She is buying in North Scottsdale, whose tracts are anywhere between 87 and 94 percent white, and, thanks to its high real estate values and the paucity of rental units, will probably stay that white for the foreseeable future.

Also notice that the residence itself has “a guard gate that can keep unwanted visitors away.”

Does she think Arizona’s border with Mexico should have such a gate?  Don’t bectcha’ on it.





Common Obama Hypocrisy

12 05 2011

Joked about killing cops.

One word:  Hutaree.

The favorite retort on the part of Obama flunkies is that Bush 41 invited Eazy E to the WH.  Really, is that the best they can do?  Citing an old centrist establishmentarian globalist war horse, and that’s supposed to shut us up?





All Ye Nations “Ride” (aka That’s How He Rolls)

21 12 2010

Irony alert:  John Nations, former Chesterfield Mayor and recently installed CEO of Metro Public Transit, has a company car as one of his perks.

I’m guessing it DOESN’T have a “My Other Car is the MetroLink” bumper sticker on the back.

I found that out while listening to Charlie Brennan today, driving to Columbia, Missouri on business.  Ironically, I was driving a “company car,” of sorts.  And in a bit of good news, I’ll have my job until at least January 7.  You’ll get the whole story eventually, trust me.





GOOG and AAPL do ENE Accounting

21 10 2010

Hypocrite liberals Larry, Sergey shield a good chunk of Google’s corporate income from American taxation by shuffling money around from country to country.  All the while funding leftist politicians who want the rich to pay more in income taxes.

There is a claim that if iPhones were manufactured in the United States, that the retail unit cost would be $5,000, compared to the typical $500.  Not buying it — When the iPhone 4 was about to come out, WalMart sold the iPhone 3GS for under $100.  So even with the most expensive unionized labor in America, why would a purely American made iPhone need to cost $5,000, if the biggest retailer can profit from selling the previous model for under $100?  I could imagine that it would be a little more expensive than $500, but certainly not ten times as much.  Methinks this study was somebody’s propaganda, either Apple’s or Foxconn’s or both.

A few months ago, I had the news in this space about Foxconn opening up a new facility in central China that could host up to 400,000 employees.  Imagine if a new factory opened in the middle of America to make iPhones that employed 4,000 people and paid wages and benefits similar to automobile assembly lines — We would all go apeshit in a good way.  It could happen, if the Federal government stopped dicking around with shit they have no authority over (i.e. forcing people to buy health insurance), and started doing things the Constitution plainly permits (and demands) they do, i.e. regulating foreign trade.  Force Foxconn to build in OH or PA or MI and hire unionized Americans, even a small fraction of the total workforce needed to manufacture devices ultimately sold in the American retail market, as a price for accessing the American market to begin with.  Four thousand fewer people in the rust belt would be without health insurance.





The Real NutMeg Whitman Stood Up

29 09 2010

That’s two in the number of faces you have.

Hiring illegals.  She let go one that was her domestic servant before she started in on her campaign for Governor, and the jilted illegal has hired Gloria Allred to go on the warpath.

This certainly hasn’t changed my opinion of NutMeg.  I knew she was an open borders hack all along, and that she was faking when when she tried to match the “tough on immigration” rhetoric of her conservative primary opposition this past summer.  Only days after she won the primary, she let her true open border feelings be known.

All this news does is prove that the real Meg Whitman is the open borders one.

I wouldn’t have vote for her anyway.  Now, I don’t have a vote, and I don’t have a good enough read on California politics to say whether this will help or hurt her.  But I do know that California’s not long from declaring bankruptcy, and when the shit balloon pops, I’d rather have the stench on a real liberal Democrat than a phony RINO moderate.  But wouldn’t it be so cosmic justice if the $119 million she’s already spent so far to become Governor plus whatever she’ll spend in October gets flushed down the drain because of this?  So much for fiscal restraint…





Surprise Surprise — More Liberal Hypocrisy

5 08 2010

Elena Kagan was confirmed today as the 112th member of the U.S. Supreme Court.  Yesterday, the NYT told us that her private high school alma mater wasn’t quite so diverse as she might soon demand of public schools and fire departments:

When Justin Hudson, 18, stood up in his purple robes to address his classmates in the auditorium of Hunter College, those numbers were on his mind. He opened his remarks by praising the school and explaining how appreciative he was to have made it to that moment.

Then he shocked his audience. “More than anything else, I feel guilty,” Mr. Hudson, who is black and Hispanic, told his 183 fellow graduates. “I don’t deserve any of this. And neither do you.”

They had been labeled “gifted,” he told them, based on a test they passed “due to luck and circumstance.” Beneficiaries of advantages, they were disproportionately from middle-class Asian and white neighborhoods known for good schools and the prevalence of tutoring.

“If you truly believe that the demographics of Hunter represent the distribution of intelligence in this city,” he said, “then you must believe that the Upper West Side, Bayside and Flushing are intrinsically more intelligent than the South Bronx, Bedford-Stuyvesant and Washington Heights. And I refuse to accept that.”

The entire faculty gave him a standing ovation, as did about half the students. The principal, Eileen Coppola, who had quietly submitted her formal resignation in mid-June but had not yet informed the faculty, praised him, saying, “That was a very good and a very brave speech to make,” Mr. Hudson recalled. But Jennifer J. Raab, Hunter College’s president and herself a Hunter High alumna, looked uncomfortable on the stage and did not join in the ovation, faculty members and students said.

In a sense, Mr. Hudson’s message came from the faculty. To relieve some of the pressure on its students, the school does not name a valedictorian; instead, it invites seniors to submit proposed graduation speeches and a faculty committee selects one to be read. This year, it chose Mr. Hudson’s, to his surprise.

IOW, he wasn’t the valedictorian based on GPA — The panderers that comprise the “College’s” faculty chose someone based on affirmative action and racial pandering to deliver a valedictorian-style speech.

I can tell you this much — If I had the chance to speak at my own high school graduation (which I didn’t), and I absolutely Pwn3d and Punk’d my own school in that fashion on such an important day in my life and the school’s yearly ritual, the Principal would have burned my diploma.





Bill Clinton’s Projection

2 07 2010

42:  Recruiting members for the K-people and organizing chapters for the K is just something you had to do in West Virginia in the 1940s to become a U.S. Senator from that state.

To think, Clinton won that state, twice.  And he just Pwn3d it like nothing has ever been Pwn3d before.

I think Clinton is projecting himself onto the late Sen. Byrd.  He’s the one who had to act more conservative (albeit not extremely right-wing) in order to get votes, both in his statewide races in Arkansas, and eventually on a national basis.  Signed Confederate Flag Day in AR, proudly proclaimed seggy J. William Fulbright as his mentor, Pwn3d Sister Souljah, signed welfare reform, signed Federal DOMA.  Of course, that was mostly for outward consumption; Bill Clinton was always a hard-core left-winger through-and-through.  (By their judicial appointments, ye shall know them.)  Robert Byrd, on the other hand, never had much of a “great transformation” on race — He voted against and tried to filibuster CRA ’64, VRA ’65, Hart-Cellar-Kennedy Immigration ’65, and a few other pieces of major anti-white legislation of the day.  Even in his latter career, after his supposed transformation, he voted against CRA ’91, opposed the H-1B and other legal immigrant corporate cheap labor worker visa programs steadfastly, voted to confirm Ashcroft for USAG even after it had been turned into an implicit racial issue by hedonists hooked into the D-Party who didn’t like John Ashcroft for his moralism more than anything, opposed the failed Bush/Dem CIR in 2007.








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