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I saw this linked on Drudge this morning. I have never heard of the site so I make no claims about its integrity. The video itself is not all that interesting, other than the fact Sharpton appears to have amnesia. What is interesting is the value of offense in the culture war. Sharpton is a festering carbuncle of a man. A sensible society would have scraped off that bit a filth from the shoe a long time ago. Instead the official religion of the country celebrates the guy. People who style themselves as the opposition, like Sean Hannity, treat the guy with respect.

As soon as you concede ground to these guys, you lose. That’s why you always have to be on offense. If dozens of private guerrilla video makers are ambushing guys like Sharpton and posting their work, the tide begins to turn. If a James O’Keefe type of operation does a 30 minute piece of Chris Mathews whites-only neighborhood, it forces that fat lunatic to go on defense, rather than rant and rave about normal people.  There’s plenty of money in the normalville to finance this stuff.

But, everyone is afraid to upset Lefty.

 

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  1. Nedd Ludd wrote:

    Even without Sharpton we lose…

    The Republicans are beyond parody.
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    Check out this Republican fund raising letter that was forwarded to me by a conservative friend yesterday. (below)

    (BTW, these should have a little Rhino, rather than an Elephant on them, to go with the nice selection of Third World flag colors – I can’t wait to see our new national flag.)

    “Begin forwarded message:

    From: “President George H.W. Bush”
    Date: May 22, 2014, 2:49:33 PM EDT
    To: —–
    Subject: Self-proclaimed:
    Reply-To: “President George H.W. Bush”

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    Republicans are up against an opposition that is willing to do, say and spend whatever it takes to expand their hold on power. The Democrats are desperate and determined to fully implement ObamaCare and force their agenda of higher taxes, more spending and less freedom on the American people.

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    P.S. Friend, I am deeply touched the RNC has chosen to make a limited-edition pair of socks with the Republican elephant in my honor. I hope you will get a pair for yourself or as a gift for a friend by sending a special campaign donation of $35 or more to the RNC today. Your contribution is vital to helping elect Republicans from the county courthouse to the corridors of Congress in the critical 2014 elections. Thank you.

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    Friday, May 23, 2014 at 9:33 am | Permalink
  2. thezman wrote:

    Socks? I thought it was a gag, but it turns out to be true.

    Friday, May 23, 2014 at 10:25 am | Permalink
  3. sock_rat_eez wrote:

    If the wild and crazy Surrealists of olden times were to come back to life in Our Times they would soil themselves in horror and give up dope and absinthe.

    Saturday, May 24, 2014 at 8:10 am | Permalink