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Rice-ism Part II: The Racists Strike Back


It is the epitomy of hypocrisy to see Robert Byrd, a veteran of the Ku Klux Klan, stand on the Senate floor, deriding Dr. Condoleeza Rice.  This, however, is typical of the elite left.  Their media flunkies nearly destroyed Trent Lott for paying homage to Strom Thurmond, a highly decorated WWII veteran and truly reformed racist who proved his change of heart by becoming Republican and being the first Senator to hire African Americans to his own staff, at his 100th birthday party.  However, a Klansman who still uses the N-word in daily conversation (and spewed it out nearly a dozen times to Fox News in 2001) gets up on the Senate floor to slam Dr. Rice is no big deal.


"Thirteen racist leftists voted to try to keep a black woman from becoming Secretary of State."


Thirteen racist leftists voted to try to keep a black woman from becoming Secretary of State.  Why?  For some, like Barbara Boxer, it was a naked ploy to raise money for the Democratic party.  For others, like John Kerry, it was an opportunity to grandstand in order to attempt to secure a presidential nomination.  However, I believe that all of these people think that any minority person who is conservative is innately evil.  Hence, this person is a "liar" and unworthy of office, because she is loyal to our President.

Here are the racist leftists who think that Dr. Rice is somehow unqualified to be Secretary of state.

  • John Kerry, D-Massachusetts
  • Barbara Boxer, D-California
  • Robert Byrd, D-Ku Klux Klan
  • Daniel Akaka, D-Hawaii
  • Evan Bayh, D-Indiana
  • Mark Dayton, D-Minnesota
  • Richard Durbin, D-Illinois
  • Tom Harkin, D-Iowa
  • Edward "Ted" Kennedy, D-Chappaquidick
  • Frank Lautenberg, D-New Jersey
  • Carl Levin, D-Michigan
  • Jack Reed, D-Rhode Island
  • Jim "Jumper" Jeffords, I-Vermont


"We must mount an all-out campaign to unseat these racists from the Senate at the next election, or if a recall is possible in that Senatorís home state, by an immediate recall."


We must mount an all-out campaign to unseat these racists from the Senate at the next election, or if a recall is possible in that Senatorís home state, by an immediate recall.  Racists have no place in our government.  That is why Lincoln fought and died in our civil war.  That is central to what we on the Right stand for!  We need to move decisively to make it clear:  Any racist activity, which is to be interpreted as any act to discredit or resist any honest minority nominated to any office by our beloved President, will result in an all-out effort to unseat that person from office and to ensure that said person can never achieve any office of public trust ever again.

We congratulate Dr. Rice as she moves into the highest cabinet position of Secretary of State.  She is now the second successive African-American to serve in the highest cabinet position, both coming from the nomination of the GOP, no surprise there.  Dr. Rice has said nothing nasty about her detractors, showing herself to be the truly dignified person that we all know she is.  Her detractors have shoveled out a boat load of evil racist words, obstructionist tactics so evil that people like Hillary Clinton, Harry Reed, Russ Feingold and even Dianne Feinstein stayed far away!  She has kept a dignified silence through this garbage.  But I predict that African American voters will make this racism backfire.  And, Dr. Rice, will speak out, in January 2009.  Here is my prediction of what she will say:

"I ... Condoleeza Rice ... do solemnly swear ... that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States ... and will to the best of my ability .... preserve, protect and defend ... the Constitution of the United States."

I can think of no better smack to lay down on these evil racists than making them bite their collective lips as they watch this marvelous woman take office.