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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

That damned Debate

What's Mallard raving about today?

Vice President Biden, Senator Reid, Racism.

Two days running on Senator Reid's rather truthful statement, in mallard's continuing attempting to redefine discussing race as Racism.

Anyone wanta to bet that Mallard doesn't devote one day to this quote, from South Carolina Republican Andre Bauer:
"My grandmother was not a highly educated woman, but she told me as a small child to quit feeding stray animals. You know why? Because they breed...You’re facilitating the problem if you give an animal or a person ample food supply. They will reproduce, especially ones that don’t think too much further than that. And so what you’ve got to do is you've got to curtail that type of behavior. They don’t know any better."

7 comments:

Tog said...

"The debate continues..." can Mallard be truthful and forthright about anything, or will be burst into flames and crumble into dust if he does so?

Remember, folks: a couple of weeks ago, Tinsley declared racism "a worn-out word that had lost its meaning from overuse." Today, it's a baseball bat Tinsley thinks he can use again his foes.

Hey, Tinsley! Any recent reports of the Democrats locking out a Presidential candidate? (I'm sure it had nothing to do with his skin color.)

Kip W said...

He could crank these out faster if he'd just use a circle with two dots and a line in it in place of these wretched attempts at caricature, as long as he labels them anyway.

He could use the time he saves to broaden his mind. Maybe read the second paragraph of the daily "here are your opinions" blast fax.

dlauthor said...

That's nice, Tinshley. Now tell us again how all Chinese people eat dogs and how anyone brown should be vivisected on sight by TSA. And throw in one of your charming hook-nosed Jew drawings while you're at it.

rewinn said...

Tinshley Tis obviously not trying to appeal to racial minorities, who clearly understand what Reid and company were saying (...with the notable exception of Michael Steele, whose paycheck depends on not understanding.)

This sort of "comic" is designed to comfort actual racists with the feeling that, hey, looky, the Democrats are worst than they are!

There's no point arguing "facts" with such people; it's all about feelings.

deepbeep said...

Do Tinsley's caricatures reflect his incompetence.... or his secret desire to be unemployed in 2012?

exanonymous said...

Don't feed poor people, they breed like animals.

Most people know the BEST way to deal with wild animals (and poor people by extension) that over breed is to either force spay and neuter them, or to hunt them and set traps to kill them. Along with never feeding them. It's for their own good.

But I'm sure Glenn Beck who had his chalkboard full of the terrors that result from forced population control will protest this guy.

But not to get too far off topic: mentioning the presidents skin color does not make one racist. However, I do still find Reid's remarks insensitive. Of course, every closet racist will take his remarks to mean that it's hypocrisy and thus they're totally justified in continuing to hassle and discriminate against black people.

Kip W said...

You have to be careful which poor people you spay. You might accidentally get the crazy ones, and that would seriously cut into Tin's base.