Feb
09
2014
3

The obligatory “Anti Voter ID marchers require Photo ID to march” post.

The heck of it is: these are all good rules for marchers.

 

Sensible advice all around. Especially the part where you use photo ID to make sure that everyone and everything is on the up-and-up.

Moe Lane (crosspost)

PS: I thought that it was impossible for North Carolinian minorities to get valid photo IDs! …Well, no, I didn’t: not being a racist, I don’t have as low an opinion of the intelligence and competence of North Carolinian minorities as does, apparently, the NC NAACP.

Jan
21
2014
--

Of COURSE a segment of the NAACP will hate-speech Tim Scott on demand.

Senator Tim Scott must be infuriating to that section of the NAACP that’s taking orders from the (predominantly white) Democratic party leadership.  After all… Tim Scott was enthusiastically voted into the state legislature by white South Carolinian voters, he was enthusiastically voted into the First Congressional District by white South Carolinian voters, and later this year he’ll be enthusiastically confirmed as Senator by white South Carolinian voters.  And – this is the good bit – he’s done that and will continue to do so without any help whatsoever from the NAACP.  Given that the existing message is that the only way for African-Americans to get ahead is to cleave utterly to the Democratic party (of which the NAACP is pretty much a subsidiary of these days), Senator Scott broadcasts a profoundly subversive message simply by existing.
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Mar
13
2013
1

Ben Jealous embarrasses self, NAACP at Gridiron Dinner.

Via Hot Air comes this Dear God, but I wish there was video unforced error at last week’s Gridiron Dinner.

The distinguished-looking gentleman told [NAACP President Benjamin] Jealous he thought the NAACP Legal Defense Fund lawyer, Debo P. Adegbile, had done a fine job arguing that [certain elements of the Voting Rights Act] needed to be continued[*].

Sure, but what happened to the solicitor general? Jealous wondered aloud, he was just awful.

Well, I am the solicitor general, Donald Verrilli Jr. replied.

Ben Jealous missed a bet, here.  If you’re going to be stuck in this kind of socially awkward situation, you might as well blast on through to the other side.  Of course, that would imply that you have a certain strength of character and willingness to stand by your inadvertent speaking truth to power, which from what I gather more or less disqualifies Ben Jealous right there. (more…)

Jul
24
2012
1

#rsrh Oh, I don’t think that Obama *hates* black people, @instapundit. Per *se*.

I instead think that Barack Obama just doesn’t take them all that seriously.  The VFW, on the other hand?  That group has votes that Barack Obama needs to have back; that’s why he went to the VFW convention, even though he didn’t go to the NAACP’s.

As for the doing this so openly, without explanation and/or apology?  Well, that’s just Barack Obama’s casual contempt towards black people.  Which is not really the same as hate, although a lot of people tend to get it wrong.

(Via, obviously, Instapundit.)

Moe Lane

Jul
12
2012
2

#rsrh NAACP kind of hinting that they’d like more attention from Barack Obama.

Because they’re not really feeling the love.

The black leaders that attended the NAACP Convention here Thursday heaped praise on Vice President Joe Biden for a heated morning speech, but one question quietly pervaded the gathering: Where was President Obama?

Is this a serious question? – Because the serious answer is Doing something more important than stroking the egos of the representatives of a demographic that will be voting for him anyway.  It’s not even a question of bad optics; it’s just that Obama’s not going to move the fundraising and/or support needle at the NAACP enough to be worth his while, and it’s not like the President’s really all that authentic an African-American in the first place.  The man’s a urban liberal academic, folks.  That’s pretty damned rabiblanco.

Moe Lane

PS: If the African-American community sincerely wants more attention from the Democratic party, though, there’s an easy solution: start voting Republican.

Jul
12
2012
5

The Left tacitly admits: Mitt Romney hit a home run at the NAACP on Wednesday.

How do we know this? Because they’re all FREAKING OUT about it today. Watch the speech, and see for yourself why:

Particularly the part of that speech that started at about 11:28 (this would be the part where Romney told the crowd that he was going to shut down Obamacare, and the crowd then proceeded to boo him for it).  I’ll let the National Journal explain why this was actually an excellent moment for Romney (hint: it’s not because it was some sort of bizarre dog-whistle to racists): (more…)

Jul
12
2012
8

#rsrh MSNBC calls NAACP a bunch of racists!

…Which is, of course, a thoroughly nasty thing to say about the organization.  Are there individuals in the NAACP who are racist?  Without a doubt; some people plain just don’t like other people who don’t look like them.  And there are going to be people out there who can hide attitudes like that under various guises (including, alas, the venerable Democratic trick of finding a convenient Republican/conservative target, and unleashing a full torrent of racialized/ethnicized/sexualized venom upon her [usually her]).  But for MSNBC to argue that Mitt Romney went out to the NAACP to appeal to the racists in their ranks is just downright appalling… hold up, I’m getting a clarification over my ear mike.

:pause:

OhhhhhMSNBC is actually claiming that Romney spoke to the NAACP in order to appeal to white racists.

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Dec
06
2011
16

#rsrh Let me be blunt about the NAACP petitioning the UN…

to interfere in voter registration reform programs in America.

  • As per Ed Morrissey, the UN does not have the authority to interfere.
  • The United States does not particularly need any ‘help’ with ensuring fair elections.
  • Even if we did, the UN’s core competencies do not extend to ensuring fair elections.
  • And if we ever do need help in the UN’s core competencies – which is to say, raping children and screaming at Israel – I’m sure that we have the UN’s contact information around here somewhere.

That’s all.

Moe Lane

PS: It’s a freaking photo ID card.  You need one to buy cigarettes, drink beer, rent a car, and/or fly anywhere.  The Republic will survive requiring citizens having one in order to vote.

Sep
15
2011
1

DGA Martin ‘Whitebread’ O’Malley (D, MD) speaks on Republican racism!

So.  We got Maryland Governor and DGA head Martin O’Malley out there SNEERING about us awful, awful racist Republicans (for the full effect, assume that I’m fluttering my hands like I’ve got the St. Vitus’ dance):

Using Governor Rick Perry (formerly) of the RGA for that, too. You see, good old Martin here really, really respects the heck out of Rick, you understand; despite the fact that he’s voluntarily a member of a racist and prejudiced group like the GOP.  Isn’t that just… well, Caucasian… of Ol’ Whitebread O’Malley?

No, my sneer’s deliberate, too.  And much more justified.  Consider this:

  • The progressive, inclusive DGA currently being run by Whitebread O’Malley has precisely one racial minority among its members: MA governor Deval Patrick.  Apparently Democrats don’t like voting for ethnic minorities – at least, not statewide.
  • The racist, regressive RGA ran by Rick Perry?  Four: Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Susana Martinez of New Mexico, and Brian Sandoval of Nevada.  Odd how that happened, no?  – And so enthusiastically, too. (more…)

Feb
07
2011
2

#rsrh NAACP in awkward position.

The Daily Caller simply has to understand the delicate situation that the NAACP finds itself in with regard to recent calls by the Left to lynch uppity black Supreme Court Justices (and their wives).  The economy is in awful shape, you understand.  Charitable contributions are down across the board.  The NAACP has a payroll to meet.  Do people really expect the organization to endanger their remaining fundraising streams by telling rich, white liberals that it’s not nice to advocate hanging black conservatives?

What?  There are people who did expect that?  That’s… noble of them, but also foolishly naive.  Shoot, next they’ll be expecting the NOW to start specifically shaming liberals that express rape/violence fantasies about conservative females in public.

Moe Lane

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