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Apologize for his White Male Priviliege? Fuggedaboudit.

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

– Wiccapundit

Why I’ll Never Apologize For My White Male Privilege.

In which a Privileged White Male™ Princeton student speaks candidly about what his “privilege” really consists of.

A must read.

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Be careful what you ask for, Lefties

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

– Wiccapundit

Not much to say about the ObamaCare decision.   It is what it is.

Here’s what I think.  Leftists will come to regret this decision, when the inevitable Republican administration with a Republican Congress decides to gore one of Liberalism’s oxes.  Say, abortion or gun control.

1. Congress passes a law requiring that before obtaining an abortion, you MUST get counseling on alternative options and sit through lengthy video presentations of what happens during an abortion.   Don’t want to do it?  OK, just pay the substantial tax Congress imposed, like the ObamaCare decision says Congress can require you to do.

2. Congress passes a law (like the one in Kennesaw, Georgia from 1982) requiring all citizens to purchase a firearm and ammunition, in order to increase public security and reduce crime.  Don’t want to do it?  OK, just pay the substantial penalty – er, tax – which Congress thoughtfully set at $10,000.

I think Barack Obama will come to regret this decision as a Pyrrhic victory.  In the end, he will be voted out of office, ObamaCare will be repealed, and the Supreme Court decision upholding it will be relegated to a dusty footnote of interest only to law students suffering through Constitutional Law class.

Careful what you wish, you may regret it

Careful what you wish, you just might get it

– Metallica

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If he’d sprung from my loins, he’d look like this.

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

– Wiccapundit

Just a question: since Obama is half white, if he had a son, isn’t it just as likely that he’d look like George Zimmerman, who’s half white as well?  And on that note, which half of George Zimmerman is the racist half?  The white half or the Hispanic half?

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Death penalty opponents, answer this: what’s different about these two cases?

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

– Wiccapundit

Death penalty opponents among the screeching liberal hive-mind were apoplectic over yesterday’s execution in Georgia of convicted cop-killer Troy Davis.  To read a rebuttal to the shallow, superficial, self-serving and blatantly incorrect analysis of the case from the Lefty media, read Ann Coulter’s latest column.   What is amazing is how many people feel compelled to issue their opinion on the case and its outcome, having read NONE of the tens of thousands of pages of trial and hearing transcripts, having heard NONE of the actual testimony from the 34 prosecution witnesses, and having read NONE of the judicial opinions of judges who have presided over the trials, hearings,  or appeals during the past 22 fucking years.  Justice delayed is justice denied, so it is said.

Lost in the shuffle was another execution that took place on the same day, in another Southern state.   On September 22, 2011, the State of Texas executed Lawrence Russell Brewer, who was convicted just 14 years ago as one of three men involved in the infamous dragging death of James Byrd.

I’ll answer the question posed above, because the Lefty moonbats can’t or won’t.  Troy Davis was black, and his victim was a white police officer, so there is total outrage over Davis’s execution.  Brewer was a white supremacist, and his victim was a black man, so nobody on the Left is outraged in the least over his execution.

Jimmy Carter, Al Sharpton, Hollywood celebs without number; all opponents of capital punishment.  Ooops.  I meant, opponents of SOME capital punishment.   No candlelight vigils for Lawrence Russell Brewer.  No Hollywood pontification about Lawrence Russell Brewer’s fate.  No Bob Dylan songs memorializing Lawrence Russell Brewer’s life in song.  No, he is an embarassment, and an object of loathing, so no liberal really cares that he got the death penalty.  No, he deserved it, at least in their minds.  For another thoughtful  exploration of this issue, see Jonah Goldberg’s column Why Death-Penalty Opponents Can’t Win.

I might respect a principled opponent of the death penalty who objected to ALL exeuctions.  Most of those objecting to Troy Davis’s execution, I respect not at all.

Both men died by lethal injection, slipping softly into the long, dark night that awaits them.  Perhaps both of them might have been deterred had capital punishment been as swift as it was in 1901, when Leon Czolgosz assassinated President William McKinley.  Czolgosz went on trial only nine days after McKinley’s death.  Three days later, a jury took just one-half hour to convict Czolgosz and sentence hime to death.  The killer was electrocuted a little over a month after the verdict.  Justice, swift and sure.  Troy Davis stayed the executioner’s hand for more than two decades.

Pity that Old Sparky has been retired:

 

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I’m not a racist …

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

– Wiccapundit

… ’cause I know someone who lives down the street from someone who works with someone who voted for Obama.

Apparently, that’s sort of the argument being made by wealthy white liberal residents of Park Slope, an upscale enclave of Brooklyn.  You know the type: bankers, lawyers, etc.  A plan was introduced to put a magnet school in the area that would bring in approximately six hundred mostly black and Latino students.  One resident was not happy:

The woman insisted that she was concerned only about the menacing behavior of the students, not their race, and to prove it, she played the Obama Vote Card:

“By the way, I am an Obama Democrat. I love Obama. I would want anyone in his family living next door to me. I work mostly with people of color every day…”

I suspect those “people of color” she claims to work with tell their friends that they work with a “person of stupid.”

In the immortal words of Navin R. Johnson: “Sir, you are talking to a nigger!”  (The Jerk, 1979).

(h/t Legal Insurrection via Instapundit)

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“Beat Whitey Night???!!??” WTF?

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

– Wiccapundit

From the Des Moines Register, KSDK NewsChannel 5:

Des Moines police are trying to determine what led to a series of attacks outside the Iowa State Fairgrounds over the weekend that included the assault of two police officers.

Sgt. David Murillo stated in a report on Friday night: On-duty officers at the fairgrounds advise there was a group of 30 to 40 individuals roaming the fairgrounds openly calling it ‘beat whitey night.’

And State Rep. Ako Abdul-Samad, D-Des Moines said he doesn’t have enough information to decide if the fights were racially motivated.

(via Weasel Zippers)

Not enough information?  Excuse me?

As always, Drinking With Bob puts things in perspective:

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Oh Hell Yes.

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

– Wiccapundit

“This Is Not The Land Of Guarantees, But It’s The Land Of Opportunity.”

I am so going to see this.  You will too; I said so.

(h/t Ace)

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Black Panther Justice

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

– Elphaba

Well, it turns out that there still are principled attorneys in Department of Justice; however, this particular one has resigned in protest over Obama’s refusal to prosecute the Black Panthers who committed voter intimidation during the last presidential election:

On the day President Obama was elected, armed men wearing the black berets and jackboots of the New Black Panther Party were stationed at the entrance to a polling place in Philadelphia. They brandished a weapon and intimidated voters and poll watchers. After the election, the Justice Department brought a voter-intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party and those armed thugs. I and other Justice attorneys diligently pursued the case and obtained an entry of default after the defendants ignored the charges. Before a final judgment could be entered in May 2009, our superiors ordered us to dismiss the case.

The New Black Panther case was the simplest and most obvious violation of federal law I saw in my Justice Department career. Because of the corrupt nature of the dismissal, statements falsely characterizing the case and, most of all, indefensible orders for the career attorneys not to comply with lawful subpoenas investigating the dismissal, this month I resigned my position as a Department of Justice (DOJ) attorney.

Kudos to J. Christian Adams.  You can read the rest of his Washington Times article HERE.

This administration is not even attempting to hide its bias and corruption.  They’ve gone completely off the rails.

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