Wednesday, August 09, 2006

After Night of Disappointments, Democratic Losers Confirm Stereotypes: Scheming Jew and Uppity Nigger

Ah…how richly satisfying. Two democratic wing nuts were bitch slapped in their state’s primary runoffs last night.

Joe Lieberman, the kike nobody liked from the 2000 and 2004 presidential campaigns, failed to secure his party’s support to run as U.S. senator from Connecticut. But, in typical hymie-style, he will now run as an independent and try to split democratic votes between himself and democratic challenger Ned Lamont. The margin was surprisingly close, 52 to 48 in favor of Lamont, making one wonder what a neocon-loving, hawkish, uptight dickwad like Lieberman has to do to convince liberal voters he puts Israel’s interests before theirs. Maybe you should look at what Steve Grossman (former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, past president of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, AIPAC) had to say before the 8 August 2006 primary:
"If you consider yourself first and foremost part of the pro-Israel community, you will stick with Joe Lieberman…I don't criticize those who can't support Joe Lieberman because he no longer represents the views of progressive Democrats. But there has not been a greater champion of Israel and the well-being of the Jewish people.”
Thick as thieves, don’t you think? You can judge the character of men by the company they keep.

In the second upset of the night, Cynthia McKinney, the Negro Congresswoman from Atlanta who hit a Capitol Hill police officer back in March 2006 and got away with it, lost her primary bid as well. Before the runoff, McKinney warned that she might lose as a result of Republican turnout, as had happened in 2002. But perhaps if she didn’t go around slugging uniformed security, she would not have garnered much organized opposition in the first place. In typical nigger fashion, McKinney wouldn’t even mention her opponent’s name in her concession speech, preferring to ramble on with leftist rhetoric. What a class act.

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