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White Liberals Tell Black Lies about Civil Rights

DHE Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 4:29 PM
Oh, come on Ms. Coulter. You were already the funniest political writer. Then, last year you showed signs of getting past your exuberant partisanship when you recognized that Romney had the best shot to win of the GOP candidates and also recognized that the HHS regs re: contraception were a liberty as opposed to religious liberty issue. But, then you go and write a book which tries to sell this gibberish about the Civil Rights Era. Since you are silent about the fact that the Democratic Party was then split between northern and southern Democrats, we must presume you are just ignorant of it or delibaretely being obtuse. Which is worse. Johnson was instrumental in defanging earlier civil rights acts, but, if you going to cite Caro, I . . .
DHE Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 4:32 PM
expect that you actually read him and know that it was Johnson who heroically, whatever his other legion of faults, some pretty bad, hammered the '65 legislation through despite the opposition of Southern Democratic leaders, including Richard Russell, and how he won key Republican votes to his side. You showed courage in bucking your base last year in the name of rationality. Why stop now?You are selling snake oil with this to willing believers.

Liberals ignored my book Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama throughout the fall. Now that I'm safely home from my book tour, they feel free to jabber on about their make-believe history of the civil rights movement with abandon.

In the hackiest of all hacky articles, Sam Tanenhaus, the man responsible for ruining The New York Times Book Review, has written a cover story in The New Republic, titled: "Original Sin: Why the GOP is and will continue to be the party of white people."

MSNBC has been howling this cliche for a decade --...