The Tea Party is committed to defeating the President by any means necessary. Ken Blackwell, a black man is the brains behind this despicable, dishonest ad. Share your thoughts.
Apparently dishonesty knows no skin color.
Apparently the perpetuation of racial stereotypes doesn’t either….
SI, could you please point the dishonesty and the stereotypes here? I’m unable to recognize what is untrue here and as for the stereotypes, this is not how I think of black people. Could this be a glimpse into your mindset about black people?
I think we discussed the dishonesty of the original allegation in a previous post. Go look it up. I’m not going to repeat it.
As for the stereotype, this “black” producer is using a “black” spokesperson, in an effort to scare white people from voting for Obama, by using that woman as the stereotypical black welfare cheat, just out to game the system and get freebies on my tax dollar. And he cycles her worst statement over and over to make the point.
Didn’t you know all us white folk think all blacks are like that woman? That’s reinforcement of racial stereotypes. I hate to say it, and I’m not proud of it, but there are whites who would believe that ad.
SHAME! SLAVE RAIDING, SLAVE TRADING AND SLAVERY ARE THE WORST CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY. FOR IN THE LONG RUN IT MAKES THE SLAVED TO SEE VIRTUE IN HER/HIS SLAVE CONDITION; IT BECOMES A MINDSET OF “THE NORMAL”.
IF THIS SELF-PARODY AND SELF-DESTROYER KNOWS THIS, S/HE WOULD EITHER REDISCOVER HIMSELF/HERSELF OR TAKE AWAY HIS/HER LIFE AND REINCARNATE A WHITE MAN OR A WHITE WOMAN.
One in seven are on food stamps. Millions of jobs have been lost.
Oh and the “Obama phone” lady, she is the 47% the left doesn’t want any one to know about it.
SI, I did not know that all white people think that all blacks are like that woman. But I did believe that it is a common perception among white liberals along with others stereotypes such as we need dumbed down academic standards, we cannot be expected to succeed in life with a special edge we can’t be expected to provide breakfast for out kids before we send them to school and countless others like these.
I did not know that all white people think …
And you also don’t recognize intentional hyperbole… This should have been your clue…
I hate to say it, and I’m not proud of it, but there are whites who would believe that ad.
Are you seriously saying you don’t see a racial stereotype being used in that ad?
I know there is some debate as to whether this program started under Obama or someone else. What’s important is this woman’s statements were uncoerced, she gave them freely, and the facts that scrolled over the woman are just that: facts. If someone can show a picture of someone wearing a shirt that says “Put the WHITE back in WHITE HOUSE” and claim it’s a “typical Romney supporter”, why isn’t that considered ‘despicable and dishonest’? Oh, that’s right, it supports the message that liberals WANT to portray. Sorry, don’t know what came over me….
How do you know her statements were not scripted and acted?
And the “facts”? Obama’s record is our current 16 trillion debt? That’s clearly not a “fact”. About the first 11 trillion of that came from Reagan and the two Bush’s, and a little from Clinton. (the Debt was a little less than 1 trillion when Reagan took office. Clinton took it from about 4 trillion to 5 trillion. Bush II took it to 11 trillion.) So saying or implying a 16 trillion debt to Obama is clearly not true. And don’t forget, much of the debt that occurred during Obama’s first term was started near the end of the Bush administration, and is directly linked to his financial policies, which led to the recession, which required TARP and the Stimulus money, both of which would not have been needed if Clinton’s policies had been continued.
Finally, we make far more noise about our debt than is warranted. A lot of heat, but no real flame.
Now, as for the guy with the shirt, I certainly don’t claim he is a “typical Romney support”, nor do I know anyone else that does. Try to get YOUR facts straight. He’s one lone bigot that was allowed to get into a Romney rally. Apparently Romney security didn’t see any problem with that shirt, or else they missed it, which is entirely possible. He could have had a jacket over it, which he pulled off once he was in the rally. There are a lot of bigots out there that echo his attitude, but I don’t think they are typical. But I would say that, of the ones that exist, they are all Republicans.
Likewise, I don’t think that women in the ad is a typical Obama supporter. But it’s clear that the producer of the ad wants to give that impression, in the process perpetuating a stereotype.
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