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In Defense of Brad Pitt's Mom

Context Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 7:26 AM
If we go back to the Bush-43 era, how many minorities "hated" George Bush and/or his policies? Since he was white, and they were not, should we have screamed "racism" every chance we got? We have to start fighting back using the same rules the left uses. Let them feel the sting.
Seawolf Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 7:36 AM
Agreed, to hell with them and their race card..they even play it against their own who are successful and American patriots....there are two kinds of blacks in this country, those that are MEN like let's just use Col West as an example and then there are those who are not men but animalistic children, who were never civilized. Those types populate the jails, contribute nothing not even to their own kids who will surely grow up to be criminals as well..this is the work of liberals like LBJ...you have to go back awhile to see what liberalsim has wrought, these folks used to be responsible for the most part, now they have bought into this victim status and many have gone feral for the lack of MEN to mentor them and we have to pay for it.
a Concerned American Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 8:07 AM
The "other kind" of blacks (i.e. the antithesis of "men" like Rep. West) are also the types who gravitate towards Islam, are filled with rabid Jew-hatred, and support worldwide jihad - never mind that, in the Muslim world, blacks were and still are slaves (or in Arabic, "abed" [singular] / "abeed" [plural] which is very much the equivalent of the hated "N"-word).
Hollywood and the American left love diversity, except when it offends their "progressive" value system.

Witness the reaction to actor Brad Pitt's mother, Jane, who publicly opposed President Obama's re-election. Mrs. Pitt's pro-life, anti-gay marriage statement to her local paper last week enflamed the Tolerance Mob. And her mere expression of dissident political views exposed the glittering hypocrisy of the left-wing "No H8" campaign.

In a letter to the editor for Missouri's Springfield News-Leader, Mrs. Pitt responded to another reader who argued that Christians should not support Mitt Romney because of his Mormon faith. Arguing for interfaith tolerance, she praised Romney's "high morals"...