|Another stupid White Republican blaming plight for the decline.|
The Republican Party is a majority White person party. They can't deny the fact that 90% of the political party is catered to a majority of White, Christian, male and rich individuals.
It seems like the insurgency is a prime example of the reactionary outrage by Whites. The founding of the movement came during the failed presidential bids of perennial loser Ron Paul. It took off when some CNBC asshole ranted on television about Barack Obama's policies and motivated by one bitter cable news network devoted to tormenting the new president.
Now six years later, the insurgency is still around. It took out Reps. Eric Cantor (R-VA) and Jack Kingston (R-GA). It almost ended the career of Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS) and it looks like its apparently going to win some more primary victories in the coming month.
The constant racial agitation from the insurgency forces me and S. Baldwin to call it as the last remnants of American racism. Every accusation drives the insurgency bananas. They don't like being called racist.
They really believe that the president and his supporters are the true racists. We're too extreme and should be charged for treason. They seriously believe that President Barack Obama should be impeached.
Just because the inept Congress refuses to pass a comprehensive immigration law and the president is using his Executive Orders to get the ball rolling. That's a crime according the "you can't fix stupid crowd!"
Here's a lawmaker from the insurgency who thinks its legal to discriminate against Whites.
Meet Mo Brooks, an Alabama lawmaker who has ties to the insurgency. He's the guy holding the Alabama 5th congressional district since 2011.
Brooks went on The Laura Ingraham Show and Ingraham played Brooks a clip of Ron Fournier warning that the Republican Party could not survive as the "party of white people."
|The insurgency's newest ally/|
The comment drew considerable comments and controversy. For example, The New Yorker stated: "White reactionaries in the 19th century imagined that abolishing slavery would turn white people themselves into slaves, and the concept of white subjugation was transferred into such things as black suffrage, civil rights, and so on. The war on whites has raged continuously in the right-wing mind for more than two centuries."
When asked about the comment later that day, Brooks repeated the clam of a "War on Whites", stating: "In effect, what the Democrats are doing with their dividing America by race is they are waging a war on whites and I find that repugnant."
Damn could this be the moment another Todd Akin opened his mouth let his foot and ass right in?