ALERT: Known Homosexual on TV Talking About Racism and Such Among Kentucky Democrats

You have been warned! Cover the ears of children and any elderly relatives living with you. We homosexualized the mainstream media in Louisville this afternoon in an interview with Joe Arnold of WHAS11. Something about 21% of Kentucky Democrats saying race played a role in their vote yesterday. Those were people who ADMITTED THIS TO A STRANGER TAKING NOTES ON A CLIPBOARD outside of their polling location, mind you.

Our comments about the Lundergan-McBrayer Machine got edited out. We said that the good old boy machine that’s been campaigning for Hillary for more than two years has a lot to do with last evening’s results in the presidential election. Oh well. We thought it’d be prudent for national media types to take that into consideration before casting every one of us barefoot Bluegrassers as a racist nut.

Long story short, look how awful we looked! Only had a few minutes to primp before we had to sound important. The sun was bright so we were squinty. But look how thin we are! The teevee totally doesn’t add ten pounds. Everyone says we need a haircut and a sideburn treatment but we think thinning hair looks awesome with giant Elvis chops. Fancy, huh?

3 thoughts on “ALERT: Known Homosexual on TV Talking About Racism and Such Among Kentucky Democrats

  1. People have a right (called Free Association) to snub anyone from any race, religion, or sexual orientation that they dislike. Get in the spirit of celebrating diversity will ya? Have some tolerance.

    The reference to Lincoln in the CJ cartoon reminds me of this Lincoln quote (from a debate with Stephen Douglas) which is pertinent:

    “I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races, that I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people … I as much as any other man am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white race. I say upon this occasion I do not perceive that because the white man is to have the superior position the negro should be denied everything. I do not understand that because I do not want a negro woman for a slave I must necessarily want her for a wife. My understanding is that I can just let her alone.”

    This is why I found Obama’s Presidential Campaign announcement from Lincoln’s grave (or birthplace, whatever it was) so ironic that I almost wet myself.

  2. As I posted over at PageOne, by itself being white does not necessarily mean you’re voting against Barack because he’s black. By the way, it doesn’t mean you’re not racist either.

    Look at Oregon:

    “In Oregon, by contrast, Obama won white voters by 15 points, 57-42 percent” – ABC News

    What this week’s primary has revealed is a poisonous demographic soup of race, geography, income, age, education and history.

    Louisville is not a utopia, but I feel more comfortable amongst all whites in the Highlands than I would in surrounding counties. Not because the white people in the Highlands are anti-racist freedom fighters, but some gains and sensibilities exist in the city that do not in the counties.


    It is not scientific to talk substantively about race or gender using two mainstream politicians, but no one honestly believes that a state that only recently stopped singing “the darkies are gay” is racially progressive.

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