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Blue-eyed devils Repugnican Arizona state Sen. Russell Pearce, above, and Repugnican U.S. Rep. Steve King of Iowa, below, are shown wildly exaggerating the length of their penises. Pearce wants to end automatic U.S. citizenship for children born in the United States, although the U.S. Constitution guarantees it, and King claims that President Barack Obama shows black Americans preferential treatment.
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The Repugnican Party still denies rank racism within its ranks, yet there are news stories like these:
Phoenix [from The Associated Press] – Emboldened by passage of the nation’s toughest law against illegal immigration, the Arizona politician who sponsored the measure now wants to deny U.S. citizenship to children born in this country to undocumented parents.
Legal scholars laugh out loud at Republican state Sen. Russell Pearce’s proposal and warn that it would be blatantly unconstitutional, since the 14th Amendment guarantees citizenship to anyone born in the U.S….
Washington [also from The Associated Press] – Democrats [today] denounced an Iowa Republican congressman who says President Barack Obama favors blacks over whites, and a GOP candidate from Colorado canceled a fundraiser the Iowan was to keynote.
Rep. Steve King, known for sometimes incendiary remarks about immigration, Abu Ghraib and other issues, criticized Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder, who also is black, in an interview [yesterday] on [wingnut criminal] G. Gordon Liddy’s nationally syndicated radio talk show….
[From Politico] Alabama Republican congressional candidate Rick Barber is encouraging his fellow tea party activists to “gather your armies” against President Barack Obama — with a campaign ad that twice shows a hand fidgeting next to a Revolutionary War-era pistol.
In the new ad, Barber is seen sitting around the table with actors playing George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Sam Adams.
The ad opens with a shot of the pistol sitting on a table and Barber saying he would “impeach” Obama.
“Today we have an Internal Revenue Service that enforces what they call a ‘progressive’ income tax,” Barber tells the assembled Revolutionary heroes in what appears to be an empty bar.
As the camera pans toward the gun again, Barber says: “Now this same IRS is going to force us to buy health insurance, cram it down our throats or else.”
Pointing to a copy of the Constitution, Barber says, “Now, I took an oath to defend that with my life, and I can’t stand by while these evils are perpetrated.” …
Um, which “founding father” does Barber portray? Benedict Fucking Arnold?
Because that’s what his ad is advocating — treason.
And the Secret Service should investigate him for his thinly veiled threat against the democratically elected president of the United States. I mean it. (The Repugnicans would have demanded such an investigation had anyone run such an ad about “President” George W. Bush.)
Fifty-three percent of Americans voted for Barack Obama — more than who ever voted for Bush in 2000 or 2004.
For Barber and his Benedict-Arnold ilk to be advocating a violent overthrow of the democratically elected Obama is treason, and the motherfucking traitors should be treated like the traitors that they are.
As far as King is concerned, I’ve seen no evidence whatsofuckingever that President Obama, who is whiter than I am, and I’m fully white, has shown black Americans favoritism over white Americans.
In fact, it’s my distinct impression that in order not to be accused of such favoritism, Obama pays less attention to black Americans than he should.
And Pearce — what another piece of shit. The AP story notes that he has yet to write any legislation, so I have to wonder if he would deny U.S. citizenship to all babies born to undocumented parents in Arizona — or just the brown babies. It would be interesting to see how his unconstitutional and un-Christian proposal actually would work.
Pearce, King, Barber — they should donate their organs now so that others can make better use of them.
They make me embarrassed to be a blue-eyed white man.