Mittens & the NAACP

There's a lot of chatter on the blogosphere about Mitt Romney speaking before the NAACP and being booed.  Some people are giving him props for being brave enough to speak before them - what the fuck ever.  The man went to get booed; that's the point.  Now he can go back to his white target audiences and talk about all those shiftless, disrespectful, handout-lovin' Negroes who were sooooo mean to him.  That was The Whole Point of speaking before the NAACP.  It didn't have a goddamn thing to do with actually winning over any Black voters.

The GOP doesn't need the Black vote, remember?  There's lemmings a-plenty in this country to vote them into office.

Now, some folks are mighty scared of Mittens getting the Oval Office.  Um...okay.  It's Mitt Romney we're talking about.

I dunno if he really wants to be President, 'cause I look at Mittens and see George W. Bush version 2.0...not-so-new, but very much improved.  Somewhere King George is on his hands and knees prayin' for Mittens to get the presidency because if he does, every merciless blogger, political cartoonist, comedian, vlogger, and news anchor on MSNBC is going to have a field day with him every day for the next four years.  John Stewart and Stephen Colbert will have their hands full to the point they won't even need another target for their nightly shows.

The economy will wind up in the shitter, and foreign relations will sink to an unprecedented low, and after four years - shit, after one and a half - people will be like, "George who???"

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  1. This is what Romney said in response:

    “Remind them of this: If they want more stuff from government, tell them to go vote for the other guy, more free stuff. But don’t forget, nothing is really free.”

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    1. That's racist speak right there if I ever heard it.

      Notice his use of the word "they" and "them" ... he's referring to all black people as "they" essentially othering Blacks. Clearly he doesn't put himself in the same group as Blacks. So much for American unity.

      Also him implying that all Blacks want is free things from the government.

      I wonder what he meant by "But don't forget, nothing is really free"?

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    2. I think Mitt is trying to imply that Black people want handouts. He,like many others have said on here,he really didn't come to the convention for Black votes or for solutions. He just used it to berate more stereotypes about us.I wished that someone from there would have called him out and threw him out of the convention.

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  2. Word on radio this morning is that Romney's camp actually flew in some of his blacks supporters to attend the event to make it seem there were more people backing up. I wouldn't be surprised. Talking to the NAACP doesn't make you brave especially since it's the default group whenever a white person makes an "oops." He'd be much more ballsy if he had gone to an HBCU or black women's organization.

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    1. He'd be much more ballsy if he had gone to an HBCU or black women's organization.

      Who would have eaten him alive.

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    2. Like bringing in those black GOP supporters are supposed to make black's flock to his camp. far as I m concerned, they are not my brothers and sisters. Its shameful how they would allow themselves to be used like that.

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  3. "The economy will wind up in the shitter, and foreign relations will sink to an unprecedented low, and after four years - shit, after one and a half - people will be like, "George who???"

    I agree. America will breathe easy once again knowing there’s a white man in the oval office. Remember, white incompetence (Bush) is still preferred over non-white (Obama) proficiency. So even if Mitt turns out to be the worst president in this nation’s history he’s still white. Concordantly, confidence will be restored in government once again. Moreover, rich republicants will begin hiring once more (to make the previous administration look bad).

    Aside from his publicized shortcoming and the scandals Romney's administration will surely give rise to; things will appear all too familiar (Bush). And as far as most whites are concerned; familiarity breeds contentment. Likewise, should Mitt’s wife do nothing but stand by her husband’s side looking demure, she’ll be viewed as a nostalgic throwback to Laura Bush or Jacqueline Kennedy.

    Sadly, we are a hopelessly racist nation and that will never change in my lifetime. It will take an act of God to topple the pillars of white supremacy; because white men don’t have the heart to do it themselves.

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  4. From Anonymous:
    "Oh Poor Field, you surrogate ObamaBot. This is so sad that even though debunked you and "Media Matters have to double down. Becuase you have nothing else. I thought for sure you would talk about how Obama just removed the barriers Clinton put into place to sit home and collect welfare. Ahhh, the foodstamp welfare president. Cloward and Piven in action, destroy the U.S economy and then try and institute socialism."

    If the comments by Anonymous are any indication of how some whites feel; Mitt can still capture the white house. No matter how corrupt this white man appears to be, he's still viewed as a worthier alternative than Obama. When it comes to the voting booth, whites will decide in their best interests despite a flawed candidate.

    Ironically, some of the same (opened-minded- post-racial, Kumbaya singing whites) who voted Obama in office can hardly wait to vote him out.

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    1. But Mitt is not in their best interest,and that's what's so hilarious.

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    2. That's because they've reached their social justice quota. People like this never voted him in because they thought he was a decent candidate(even though he was);They did it because it made them feel all post racial and possibly like U2(that's not a knock against their music or charity work but...lol).

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  5. "But Mitt is not in their best interest,and that's what's so hilarious."

    Good point...
    White skin covers a multitude of faults.

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  6. I'm sure this man embodies many things. He may in fact be a sociopath, but it won’t be the first time white America has voted one into office. Ultimately it still comes down to the voters in the booth. Just as with Joe Paterno and Jerry Sandusky, whites are willing to overlook a lot of things in their heroes.

    Although the Republicans may not be as warm for Mitt’s form as with previous candidates, he’s still the great white hope. Not only for many white voters (who can’t bring themselves to put Obama back into office) but for republicans at large, hoping to capture both houses. Just as we’ve said; the republicans don’t need one black vote to capture the white house. Mitt will swing further to the right as November looms closer; while fearful whites do the rest.

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  7. I know this sounds racist, but man I really have no trust in white people. These people are so dull intellectually that they really want to believe the corporate shuffle. They actually believe they are just like the rich guys while collecting welfare, social security and medicare/caid. All they see is black and the enemy and white as the savior. SMH.

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    1. It's not racist because your distrust isn't about their skin. It's about their delusional and impractical taste in political candidates.

      Mitt Romney has nothing in common with the average white American. He doesn't have their interests at heart. If shit hit the fan, he would simply back up his millions and retire outside of the country. He doesn't give a shit; when you have that much money, it's easy not to.

      I mean, this dude is worth millions, has avoided paying his fair share of taxes, wants us to believe he got paid $100,000 to do nothing...and starving white Americans are seriously considering putting him in office.

      And not just him, but all of these filthy rich sociopaths who wouldn't take a piss on the poor if they were on fire.

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    2. Nah that's not racist. Even some 'White' people don't trust other white people. No joke. Then again I can't blame them, I don't really trust white people unless they prove to me that they're worth trusting!

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