The Pardu

The Pardu
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Friday, July 31, 2015

The GOP Ignominious: GOP Fear Politics And Hillary As KKK

As we watch the various manifestations of conservatives making wild and insane analogies against the world's most heinous figures, despicable people and in- humane organizations, how can anyone avoid thoughts of such comment as "lock-step" strategy and campaign tactics.

After Ted Cruz spoke as such:

“If this deal goes through, without exaggeration, the Obama administration will become the world’s leading state sponsor and financier of radical Islamic terrorism.”

After Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) spoke as such:

Cotton said that Kerry, who is appearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday to sell lawmakers on the agreement, “acted like Pontius Pilate” by not drawing a line.
After Huckabee spoke as such:

MSNBC, Ed Schultz (first 2:08 minutes only

And this..... 
This GOP'er just out-Huckabee'd Mike Huckabee.
Posted by Mediaite on Friday, July 31, 2015
It appears The ED Show video captured a twofer. Huckabee and Trump.

The latest example of politics by fear North Carolina Republican Party Chair. North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Hasan Harnett, African American, has twice compared Hillary Clinton to the Ku Klux Klan via Twitter.

Ring Of Fire Radio (Linked)

We will not address the inherent disgust in a black conservatives use of the Ku Klux Klan as an analogous strategy. GOP minstrels are well documented in their love for a party that is by policy anti-civil rights, anti-LGBT rights, and anti-women's' rights (unmarried of child bearing age), and anti-veteran, . We also will not bother with the clear Twitter verbiage related to "God." Our point of criticism relates to a political party that is so beaten down by successes in the Obama Administration, they resort 'fear' and abhorrent imagery' politics.

After being caught with their pants around their ankles when public contempt flows, they create imaginary support from phantom supporters. Trump: "Hispanics love me." Huckabee: "Many Jews positive remarks about ovens analogy."  

The "black-conservative" state party chair whitewashes (word choice intentional) dismisses is abhorrent remarks as such via a spokesperson. Notice the black conservative reticence in being referred to as African-American. 
“The chairman isn’t going to comment or give interviews on tweets, but as the first black chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party, he believes we have to learn from history and move past it,” he said.
Minstrelism is ugly. It takes on a fare greater horror when the minstrel uses  horrific chapter of African-American History as strategy and to receive "back-slapping" praise from white conservatives.


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