Saturday, August 11, 2012

The Video Deemed Too Offensive for Republicans... and why they'll lose in 2012


...I guess it must hit too close to home with their real perceptions of the man.

Oh wait, they don't like it because they might get accused of racism if they are seen laughing at black people eating fried chicken and watermelon.

Here's a news flash for you, Republicans, the perception that you are RACISTS is already OUT there. Your hypersensitivity to the subject simply looks like a COVER-UP of your TRUE feelings.

So thicken your skins, Republicans, because the race issue is a lose-lose for you, no matter HOW you react to it (or don't). And let's face it, "Call me Maybe" parodies are topical... especially those containing stereotypical elements.

6 comments:

Stanley Kowalski said...

Word....

Always On Watch said...

Damn, I'm sick of all this race card stuff.

-FJ said...

We'll never move beyond it by pretending that its not funny and that we don't laugh when a *ss-clown like Obama gets EXACTLY what he deserves.

-FJ said...

It's unhealthy to pretend that Republicans are "above" making fun of brown people.... it's both patronizing and perhaps the grossest example of an underlying "soft" racism originating from an inherent belief in one's own "superiority." Let's acknowledge a FACT. Every member of EVERY race inherently believes himself to belong to a "superior" race.

The world is will to power. To deny it, is to deny "life" itself. And perhaps the BEST and most "equality affirming" way to acknowledge this fact, is to tell and "exchange" a stereotypical joke.

Thersites said...

Insight on obsecenity being necessary for the maintenance of ideologies from a former communist...

Thersites said...

When do you make a friend? The moment you are formally introduced and exchange pleasantries, or the moment after you exchange an obscene joke denigrating the powers that be?

Republicans are too racially stuck up to exchange obscene jokes...