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Newt Gingrich to Chris Matthews: Actually, Aren’t You the One Being a Racist?

john martin Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 1:33 PM
The two most race conscious groups are skin-heads and liberals.
Nabuquduriuzhur Wrote: May 03, 2013 4:40 AM
Coming from a mixed family (four continents and growing...) I'd have to say that the most race-conscious group in the U.S. are black Americans. One just doesn't see it so consistently with any other group. Those in my family... well, I find the idea of taking the events of the distant past and using it as an excuse to hate whites, asians, mexicans, etc. disgusting. If nothing else, 99%+ of the world's population was enslaved prior to the emancipations of the 1800s. Whether you called a person a serf, a slave, a coolie, a servant, or some other name, they were slaves. The idea of only one group not being able to move on is sick. I wonder what my future wife— who grew up under the slavery of communism— thinks when she sees so many black...
Nabuquduriuzhur Wrote: May 03, 2013 4:42 AM
Why was the comment cut off without warning?

The rest was "Americans whining about the slavery of their great-great-great-great grandfathers/mothers?"

We have people who lived under slavery for years or decades and they moved on. What does that say about those who choose to wallow in past hatreds from a century and a half ago?

Clearly, MSNBC's Chris Matthews cannot speak to conservatives without screaming about racism. On Monday, Matthews absolutely lost it during a discussion monologue with RNC Chair Reince Priebus about playing the race card. Katie posted on this earlier but here’s the clip again: