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September 04, 2005

'I wouldn't pick them up because they were black'

I had no idea how deeply my hate ran. My lack of an interaction, with a black is still haunting me a couple of hours later.

I was on my home and was on the ramp getting off the highway. I saw a mini-van on the side of the road. There was a lady standing next to the van and in her arms she held her child. I can only assume her mini-van had broken down. I don't know, perhaps with so many gad stations being out of gas, she had also run out. I slowed down and started to pull over to offer her a ride. As they turned to face me, I could see they were black and I sped up and drove off. I feel really bad as a human being. So why am I writing this? I really feel bad about passing this child and not picking up their mother.

Utterly shocking and despicable. I'm always amazed at what deep down group hate can do to people, what pathologies that kind of blind, unreasonable hate engenders in people. The writer doesn't even say s/he called an appropriate agency to respond.


Well, the about quote is real except the mother and child were not passed up because they were black, but because the mom's van had a "W" sticker on it.

The Left long ago surpassed the Clinton-hating rightwing nutcases with their own BushDerangementSyndrome. The writer, a walking asshole of the first order, is yet another perfect example of Leftard jihadists.

And I guess the term federalism doesn't mean a fuck this writer, anymore than the US helping moslems (ie Kosovo, Iraq, Kuwaitt)means a fuck to Islamist jihadists.

Those of us not in the cult are infidels to be converted, suppressed or killed.

The Left and Islamists -- cut from the warp and woof of the same totaltarian cloth.

Posted by Darleen at September 4, 2005 09:16 AM


As reprehensible as her "change of heart" was, I generally consider these types of comparisons disingenuous, for the simple reason that nobody chooses their race, but people do in fact choose their politics abnd their philosophy.

As a conservative, I would probably choose not to have a die-hard leftist as a roommate, for example, but I would not make a similar decision based on someone's skin.

Nonetheless, I agree that the driver moving past because of the woman's politics was pretty scummy. Only the nutcase extreme can possibly say that the president was responsible for a hurricane.

Posted by: Strider at September 7, 2005 05:37 PM