Wednesday, April 08, 2009

News Flash

This just in:

The White Congressional Caucus met with high ranking officials of the the South African Apartheid Movement Monday, officials disclosed today.

Well, that's just great, just what we need, more problems with racism.

“It was almost like listening to an old friend,” said Rep. Bobby Rush

And this guy is a member of our Congress?

"I think that what really surprised me, but also endeared me to him, was his keen sense of humor, his sense of history and his basic human qualities," Rush said

Lipstick on a pig?

"He looked right into my eyes and he said, 'How can we help? How can we help President Obama?'" said Rep. Laura Richardson

Oh sure, just helping out here. Like I'm gonna believe that.

“The bottom line is that we believe its time to open dialogue " said Lee

Reopening old wounds much here? This is reprehensible - racism is supposed to be dying.


Ok, sorry, my bad. It was the Congressional Black Caucus, not the White Caucus. They met with Raul and Fidel Castro in Cuba, not some skinhead in SA. Of course the Castros have nothing but good intentions for our country, considering their history. As does the CBC, obviously.

I guess I'll have to watch An Inconvenient Truth for five times straight as penance for double plus ungood thinking. I'll be better in the future, you bet.


drjim said...

Laura Richardson is a scumbucket. She was in the news out here for weeks because of multiple foreclosures she was undergoing. Then she was able to re-fi, and it started all over again because the bank gave her a special deal. One of the properties had already been sold, and the bank took it back from the buyer!
She also has highly questionable leased vehicle habits, and stiffed a garage for something like $1000 in repair costs she never paid!

The Local Malcontent said...

that's what we precisely need, buddy-
a Congressional White Caucus, meeting with, commensurating with-
Norwegians, Finlanders, Vikings, and Goths

To bring our total ignorance of their longstanding claims, complaints.
Hear, hear~!

Next up?