PINAR DEL RIO


support babalú


Your donations help fund
our continued operation

do you babalú?

what they’re saying


bestlatinosmall.jpg

quotes.gif

activism


ozt_bilingual


buclbanner

recommended reading





babalú features





recent comments


  • asombra: Cuba is doing what suits Castro, Inc., period. But let’s give due credit: the regime could hardly be clearer. It’s...

  • asombra: Che Guevara, for one, was all for the USSR crushing the Hungarian uprising, just as Fidel later kissed Soviet ass by being all...

  • asombra: Carlos, it’s OK. They’re Latrines, which means their concept of shame and disgrace is VERY different from yours, so...

  • asombra: The NYT is simply protecting its creature, its Frankenstein, as it always has and always will. The Herbert Matthews business was...

  • asombra: Bad Negroes have to be taught a lesson. Massah Castro don’t like no uppity slaves, especially black ones.

search babalu

babalú archives

frequent topics


elsewhere on the net



realclearworld

“Lighten Up, Francis”

I am wondering if Romney might not be doing even better in the polls than we are being told. I am also wondering if Chris Matthews happened to see the movie 2016 Obama's America this weekend, and he's running scared. Liberals tend to act manic, irrational, and unreasonable when fearful or wounded. MSNBC's Chris Matthews had a major racial meltdown against Mitt Romney to RNC head Reince Priebus on TV this morning. Yes, more melty than the usual Chris Matthews meltdown. So much so, his MSNBC peeps (including Tom Brokaw) were in disbelief, gasping at some points...

Let's not forget, just days after the 2004 election Matthews vowed on MSNBC that it was his job to see Obama was successful. But Matthews has driven the Crazy Train right off the tracks...

Ohmygosh! Do we really have a BLACK president? As in, like, not 100% Caucasian? Who knew? Hey, people, wink wink, nudge nudge: Obama is one of those guys with mixed blood. SHhhh. Keep it quiet now. I mean, you know, let all your friends know, but only in code. Like, don't call it black. Say that he's "dark." Don't call his cheap shots "gutter politics," call them "street ball politics." Yeah, stuff like that. Because, you know, he's one of them. Hey, aren't Kenyans good distance runners? Call him a distance runner, but one who fades in the stretch. Everybody will know what that means. Or at least everybody who thinks like us. The rest of those fools will never know what we're talking about. All those people who like the idea of voting for a black man -- well, we can tell them Obama's people are from Kansas. That means white, right? Cue up the Wizard of Oz references, guys. You know, Toto and not in Kansas anymore, all that stuff. That's what we'll preach in the "inner city." For the rest of us real Americans, we'll make Obama into a regular Kip Keino, if you know what I mean -- you know, the kinda guy who gets defeated by a real Kansan, like Jim Ryun.

Because, really, otherwise we wouldn't know he was ... ooh, this still gives me the creeps... that he was, or rather is, you know, like, black. I mean, if it weren't for that, we'd all just be loving the Independent Payment Advisory Board death panel death spiral. We love big government, unless it's controlled by people with dark dreams.

But really, America would never elect a black man as president if we all really knew. Never. Black. Black!! Lord forbid. We've just gotta spread the word. Maybe we can all buy some dog whistles and blow them. This guy doesn't like work for welfare. This guy likes food stamps. This guy wants to tax "the man." This guy wants to repaint the "White" House. And he really, really thinks he is going to "do the right thing." Why, he'll turn the Oval into a regular Spike Lee joint.

But here's the real problem. I read somewhere the other day that we can't even joke about Obama, because, well, any joke about Obama is by its very nature racist. What a shame.

Read in full...

Priebus recognizes Matthews for what he is ... a loser.

Watching the MSNBC clip this morning all I could think of was this...

4 comments to “Lighten Up, Francis”