Monday, April 14, 2008

fortified with irony

I can't be the only one that finds it uproariously funny that the usual right-wing tools have twisted their panties into a bunch over the notion that Barack Obama essentially said that small-town Americans were often "bigots." Are they really trying to convince us that the bible-belters are paragons of acceptance and inclusiveness? This would, of course, be the exact same bible-belters that voted for Reagan, Bush I and Bush C- because they were assured that the republicans wouldn't let the homos marry, that they wanted to deport all the brown people, and that they wanted to exterminate entire countries because they didn't believe in hayzeus, all of which of course represents some kind of undefined threat to the most powerful nation on the planet. No sirree, these are salt-of-the-earth people filled with tolerance and civic equality who just happen to still call black people "niggers," gay people "faggots," and middle-eastern people "towelheads."

But they aren't bigots.

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