For a reference point she is referring to a black representative in Congress, Democrat David Scott, who had a contentious town hall and later found a swastika painted on his office headquarters. He, naturally, was all, what the bloody 'ell and claimed to be a victim of people's bigotry. My representative in the Senate, Claire McCaskill begs to differ. Racism? What racism? How dare he insinuate racism ... with a swastika involved. There's NOTHING racial about a swastika. Nothing at all.
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The delicious Carlos Watson is under fire from all sides for his "is socialist becoming the new N-word" comments from earlier this week. (We need to come up with a nickname for this man, Snob-friends. Reeses Peanut Butter Cup of the TV News is taken.) He tried to clarify his statements (and back them up) Thursday on his site, The Stimulist.
Like Stephen Colbert and his precious "Sweetness," some people like to take their guns with them wherever they go. It's why they have conceal and carry laws in many states -- so you and your gun never, ever have to be apart. But some people really like to prove that point that no law shall separate a man from his own private law enforcement system. Like, really, really want to prove a point. Like within several hundred yards of the President of the United States.
You know? Just cause!