View Full Version : Beat Me in St. Louis ,Mark Steyn

08-11-2009, 04:50 PM
Gotta love this "post-racial America": Democrat union heavies can beat up a black guy using racial epithets and leave him in a wheelchair unable to speak and happily (unlike, say, a black professor being asked for picture ID) it's not "symbolic" of anything at all.

Not a Sharpton in sight to speak up for him: Mr. Gladney's only shot at fame is an entry in The Guinness Book of Records under "Least Famous Black Hate-Crime Victim In America."
Nothing personal, of course. Just what happens when Uncle Tom the Plumber decides to hang with the uncivil-rights movement:
Asked about the breakout of boisterous and occasionally violent protests at Democratic town hall* events throughout the country, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs declared that the demonstrators were showing less civility and manners than his six-year-old child.
"Behave yourselves like your mom would probably tell you to do," Gibbs said when asked what piece of advice he would give to the demonstrators.

Congressman Timeserver isn't my mom. And, if he were, I'd tell him to quit stealing my paper-route money.

Meanwhile, inevitably, the usual "moderates" are getting suckered into denouncing "extremist" conservatives.


08-12-2009, 01:18 AM
leave him in a wheelchair unable to speakHUH??