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1 subterraneanhomesickalien  Mon, Feb 10, 2014 9:49:32pm

That “once venerable” thing I’ll contend.

High class racism is still racism.

Just because they referred to African Americans as “negroes” instead of “n*****s” when they were making their racial superiority opinions vocal to the nation, doesn’t make them any less morally vacuous or wrong. And all the time wrapping it in a good ole warm blanket of right wing Catholicism to make the opinions seem a little more palatable. Just a bunch of sophist bullshit, turned into just another right wing legacy machine for the employment of the founders descendants.

And now they have a man in a child’s body with a child’s mind writing blog posts for them…….

Civil rights is just one of the many issues that that little rag and their little “movement” was absurdly wrong about over the last sixty plus years. You would think that one would be tired of being so wrong for so long, but you would be mistaken.

It tells me a lot that the most talented writer that they’ve ever had was a former communist turned snitch.

2 freetoken  Mon, Feb 10, 2014 10:00:03pm

re: #1 subterraneanhomesickalien

High class racism is still racism.

Racism, but with more syllables.

3 HappyWarrior  Tue, Feb 11, 2014 7:48:36am

Yeah NRO because no conservative has ever struggled with addiction problems and addiction isn’t a problem in conservative parts of the country. Spare me this self-congratulatory crap, NRO. Addiction transcends liberal, conservative, and all these other labels. And please STFU about how evil Hollywood is when one of your biggest heroes, Reagan came from that environment. Oh and do I need to mention that last Republican president was a recovering alcoholic? I am not putting Bush down here by the way but I am pointing out that addiction doesn’t wear a party or cultural label.

4 EPR-radar  Tue, Feb 11, 2014 1:17:43pm

re: #1 subterraneanhomesickalien

This hits the nail on the head. IIRC, the very first issue of the National Review included an article by William Buckley approving of jury nullification of federal voting laws in Southern States on white supremacist grounds.


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