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The MSM's Hyper-Racial RNC Coverage

PMA12 Wrote: Aug 29, 2012 6:34 PM
Republican Attendees Threw Nuts At Black CNN Camerawoman, Called her An 'Animal'. ------------- Isn't it ironic that racists are most common among fundamentalist christians than amongst other denominations and faiths. They deplore the teachings of the evolutionary science but then turn around and describe other people as animals on an inferior rung of the evolutionary scale. These people are despicable. The worst of the lot are those who try to hide their racism beneath a cloak of innuendo, in other words the run of the mill republican. Romney 1040 Obama 2012
bgmk Wrote: Aug 29, 2012 6:46 PM
The Observant Student will note that Peeme here is confusing FALSEHOOD with "irony". The Thoughtful Student will thus arrive at a Cogent Evaluation as to the Depth of Peeme's Intellect and his Breadth of Bigotry.
How many "fundamentalist Christians" do YOU know PERSONALLY, Peeme? I know/have known, HUNDREDS and never met one of em that was "Racist". I also know of quite Rational Scientists who have NO religious bent whatsoever, but STILL have Trouble with Darwinian Evolutionism. Not an insignificant Theory of among THEM is ALIEN SEEDING to explain the holes in Classic Darwinianism. Before you practice the Joey Goebbles School of Posting you might want to check into "Life Tailored Earth."
anderson659 Wrote: Aug 29, 2012 6:39 PM
"Isn't it ironic that racists are most common among fundamentalist christians than amongst other denominations and faiths"

It would be if your statement has any truth to it, the most racist bigoted group of people are far left progressives hands down.
SpiritInterface Wrote: Aug 29, 2012 6:46 PM
Nice try there 659 but Muslims are way more racist than any other Religion.
AmyDB Wrote: Aug 29, 2012 6:38 PM
They were also escorted off the grounds swiftly spammie girl.
_ALL_ groups have the occasional a s s that gets exposed.

You're already aware that MSNBC -- America's self-appointed racist dog whistle truth squad -- oddly chose not to air numerous speeches delivered by racial minorities at last night's Republican convention.  They have a narrative to protect, and all that.  But the Left-wing cable news channel isn't the only outlet following Chris Matthews down the path of unhinged and shameless race-baiting.  The LA Times gets in on the act with an editorial cartoon and column accusing Republicans of using their convention to put a "