The racist “White Student Union’s” president is none other than “white nationalist” (as described by the Southern Poverty Law Center) Matthew Heimbach, a lovely young man who goes by the title “Commander Heimbach” and who is associated with neo-Confederate hate groups.
Remember him? He was at CPAC with Scott Terry defending slavery at a minority outreach panel: It gave ‘food and shelter’ to blacks. He undoubtedly agrees with Bobby Jindal that slavery was just a “choice.”
Think Progress refers us to this White Student Union blog post:
The frequent robberies, sexual assaults, and acts of vandalism at Towson University are not often reported in the local media. For those who are not Towson students it seems hard to fathom that every single day black predators prey upon the majority white Towson University student body. White Southern men have long been called to defend their communities when law enforcement and the State seem unwilling to protect our people.
So that’s the story.
But there’s another story here, and this one is about the comments at the Daily Caller link. I am dedicating them to anyone who claims we are a “post-racist society” or belittles anyone who claims conservatives don’t have a racist bone in their body, it’s we liberals who do. These are verbatim:
What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. According to liberals, identity politics is a good thing right?
No! Whites are racist! You guys are born that way…. or some such liberal bullshit.
REALLY, WHITES ARE BORN THAT WAY, WELL THEN THAT EXPLAINS WHY 76% OF VIOLENT CRIMES AND RAPE; ARE COMMITED BY BLACK MEN, HMMM MAYBE YOUR KIND ARE BORN THAT WAY. YOUR JUST AS SICK AS BROWN UNIVERSITY, WHO WAS LARGLEY FUNDED BY AARON LOPEZ OF NEWPORT RHODE ISLAND.WHO WAS THE LARGEST JEWISH SLAVE TRADER IN THE SLAVE TRADE HISTORY. SO PLEASE RACISTS DROP DEAD!!!!
blacks are just as racists only they use courts and ghetto lottery lawsuits! pigment pimps!
Right on!!! Get down!!! Do the boogaloo!!! White people all around the country should take notice and duplicate this!!! Time to erect the backbone and STAND UP for our fellow citizens, who would otherwise be victims!!!
DO IT NOW!
You have a point bob. White men have won enough Medals of Honor, enough presidencies, and enough generalships. White men have had their turn, now it is time for some diversity. So the next war, let us send only women and blacks to the combat zones. Let’s see if they can bleed and die as good as white men have for our country.
That would result in 2 things: (1) Defeat. and (2) A bumper crop of mulattoes.
The White Student Union is moderate when compared to the Black Panthers or Calypso Louie’s loony band of extremists . .
There were plenty more where those came from.
But then there was this commenter:
The next time some clown argues that the right isn’t racist, I’ll send them straight to this comment thread to prove them wrong.
It’s nearly 2013, yet some people can’t seem to stop living in the past. And by past I mean 2012. Same-sex marriage is about to become legal in Maryland, but discrimination trumps equality and apparently, income. Specifically, the owner of Discover Annapolis Tours has decided to forgo $50,000 a year because his “Christian convictions” somehow make him believe that icky gay people getting hitched will somehow affect straight couples. Or something.
He’d rather shut down a source of income and avoid legal hot water (and legal gay married people) than allow any loving couple– gay or straight– to ride on his Straight Love and Lifelong Monogamous Commitment Only wedding trolley cars. Waving good-bye to revenue works better for him than allowing married gays and lesbians to enjoy a wedded bliss jaunt on his anti-gay rights, anti-civil rights wedding vehicle.
Via the L.A. Times:
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A company whose old-fashioned trolleys are iconic in the city’s wedding scene has abandoned the nuptial industry rather than serve same-sex couples. [...]
While most wedding businesses across the country have embraced the chance to serve same-sex couples, a small minority has struggled to balance religious beliefs against business interests.
Frank Schubert, the political strategist who ran campaigns against same-sex marriage in Maryland and three other states, said, “The law doesn’t protect people of faith. It simply doesn’t.”
Protect them from what exactly? Gay cooties? Same-sex couples’ magic ability to abruptly turn opposite sex partners gay?
Discover Annapolis Tours owner Matt Grubbs:
“The law exempts my minister from doing same-sex weddings, and the Knights of Columbus don’t have to rent out their hall for a gay wedding reception, but somehow my religious convictions don’t count for anything.“
Don’t be silly. Your religious convictions count for a lot! Like seeing some people as less equal than others, f’rinstance.
Prospective client Chris Belkot responded to Grubbs:
“It is your right to run your business any way you see fit, but let’s be honest here, you drive a trolley up and down a street. Not exactly God’s work.“
From an alert email, (Rachel just announced that NBC predicts the same) this is what you get-
Mitt Romney will sweep Tuesday’s Republican presidential primaries with a win in Wisconsin, CNN projects.
Earlier Tuesday night, the former Massachusetts governor won primaries in the District of Columbia and Maryland.
Romney will take the majority of Wisconsin’s 42 delegates, winning its 18 winner-take-all delegates based on the statewide vote while the remainder will be awarded proportionally to the winner in each of the state’s eight districts.
CNN estimates that Romney will take the majority of Maryland’s 37 delegates, which are awarded proportionally, and all of the 16 delegates at stake in D.C, which was a winner-take-all contest.
The wins put Romney past the halfway mark to the 1,144 delegates needed to clinch the nomination. Romney holds a wide delegate lead over the other major GOP presidential candidates, according to CNN estimates.
I hate nailbiters.
Washington (CNN) – As the four remaining Republican presidential candidates battle for delegates in Tuesday night’s primaries, the man they hope to unseat in November – President Barack Obama – will quietly clinch his party’s nomination for a second term as the polls close in Maryland and the District of Columbia at 8:00 p.m.
Like his Republican counterparts, President Obama has been competing in primaries and caucuses this year and picking up delegates along the way. Unlike the Republicans, Obama faces no serious opposition in his quest for renomination.
According to CNN’s delegate estimate, the president has 2,735 of the 2,778 delegates needed to secure his party’s nod. He is expected to win most or all of the 119 delegates at stake in Maryland and D.C., as well as the 100 delegates at stake in Wisconsin later in the evening.
IMHO, the president was well received, was in great form, and explained his points clearly. His framing of GOP dinosaurs stuck in the past who got us into this mess vs. Dems want to move forward to solve the problems the GOP created was easy to understand and one that he can pound home over and over again.
Past vs. Future and Yes We Can resonated with this crowd in a big way.
President Obama speaks about an all-of-the-above strategy for the 21st century that develops every source of American-made energy – not just oil and gas, but wind power and solar power and biofuels – while building more fuel-efficient cars and trucks that get more miles to the gallon and investing in other technologies that help us use less energy altogether.
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