Saturday, May 17, 2008

Report from the inside:

Conservative/Republican Kathleen Parker writes:
Full-bloodedness is an old coin that's gaining currency in the new American realm.

It's about blood equity, heritage and commitment to hard-won American values.

We love to boast that we are a nation of immigrants - and we are. But there's a different sense of America among those who trace their bloodlines back through generations of sacrifice.

Republicans more than Democrats seem to get this ...
Okay, then.


It may be an obscure attack on Obama via the McCain family's naval service, but it really sounds like a Harry Potter attack on 'mudbloods'.

Is it Kathleen Voldemort?

By Anonymous American Citizen, at 5/18/2008 7:14 PM  

This is another coordinated republican racist attack - Michael Medved said the same veiled reference - whites came to the US to improve their lot, thus they have a gene that makes 'em love the grand 'ol USA. Blacks were forced here on slave ships so their gene's don't really love this place.

Of course they never say anything about soldiers, indentured servants, people who were starving to death and prisoners shipped here.

One of my favorite Hunter S. Thompson theories (from memory so excuse me if all wrong) is King George's prisoner offspring spread from Georgia through Appalachia and the south, skipped over the mountains and settled in California. What know constitutes Hillary Clinton's base. Also genetically inclined to like NASCAR.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5/18/2008 7:43 PM  

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