Berkeley Republicans announce a purposely racist bake sale to mock a new Affirmative Action law.

What could go wrong?

Racist Cupcakes? Berkeley Erupts over Affirmative Action Satire

(Also cross-posted at PajamasMedia.)

Here’s a video treat from the report, with interviews of Berkeley College Republicans alternating with clips of counter-protesters speaking their minds:

43 Responses to “Racist Cupcakes? Berkeley Erupts over Affirmative Action Satire”

  1. 1Salamander Drake on Sep 28, 2011 at 3:31 pm:

    Nothing says “social concern” quite like screaming through a bullhorn. Bob Avakian has certainly drawn the best and brightest for his revolution, no?

  2. 2Steve on Sep 28, 2011 at 3:55 pm:

    In communist country, NO DISCRIMINATION. Everyone gets a chance to be tortured and imprisoned, regardless of “race,” class or sex.

  3. 3Book on Sep 28, 2011 at 4:18 pm:

    Fantastic work, Z. You always manage to report on what the media steadfastly ignores. If the world were truly interested in truth in reporting, you’d win a pulitzer.

  4. 4kimbergrl on Sep 28, 2011 at 7:24 pm:

    I love Michael Delacour ranting “I am an elder! You must respect me!” quote. This is totally awesome, an aging hippie leftover screaming that the young people must respect him because he is an “elder”. Like he EVER respected an elder in his protesting days! Talk about your past coming back to bite you!

  5. 5germaninspain on Sep 28, 2011 at 11:47 pm:


    In Europe we are in the process to recruit for companies / organizations the broadest possible spectre of different cultures (races, religions, etc. which to a certain degree we encourage to be upheld) to obtain the broadest possible spectre of points of view, historical traditions and diversity within any kind of organization with the final objective to gain flexibility and versatility to break established action schemes and be able to walk new ways, to be prepared to negotiate adjusting our argumentation to the culture of any rival we may encounter avoiding misunderstandings before we even begin to discuss, just beacuse we know how he thinks because we have people of the same culture working for us and being part of our society.

    Finally that is the challenge of globalization, to be able to understand and know (and therefore to know how to defeat it if necessary) the culture you are treating with, and use this advantage in your own benefit.

    At the same time, you don´t seem to realize that independently from race or religion, latest after one generation all immigrants to the US have been assimilated in your melting pot, so there is no difference if the student is black, latino, asian or white; christian, muslim or atheist, he will think to a great degree the same way as any other citizen of the US, he will have the same moral and ethics, so the whole race-discussion is pointless since there are no benefits for the US as a whole to have more African / Asian / Latino / White citizens with university degrees.

    Concerning different fees for races, I completely sympathise with the republicans, but I don´t feel comfortable with the fact that although segregation has been banned for some decades, to build up and establish wealth normally more than one generation is needed, and since those dark times higher education has been a key factor to maintain and increase this wealth and negate it to others, specially if you don´t have a public university education system.

    For example I paid a 500 $ fee per year for studying economics at a german public university, as any other student in Germany, independently of race, religion, gender or whatever (we would go to the barricades if anyone tried to impose the UC Berkley system in Europe, the feminists would be the first, I guess). So, reparations? Why not, in the US there certainly is an historic economic unbalance caused by segregation in the US society, but the reparations should not be determined by race, but by income. (Yes, you can start throwing stones at me).

  6. 6Scott on Sep 30, 2011 at 4:53 pm:

    Hey Z, I’m trying to reconcile the elite with those enrolled at Berkley. Are the (usually white) lib sign holders elite? If so, I say they should volunteer to step down and give their spot to an non-elite. After all, they aren’t very well versed on, say, English, for example. Making plurals possessive, splitting words with dashes incorrectly…seems to me Berkley has a fantastic opportunity to purge itself of inferior students and replace them with those of the oppressed minority.

    I equate it with the “raise my taxes!” idiots. Why? Simply write a bigger check to the US Treasury, generous people with means. Who says you can’t?

    If “the elite” thinks more minorities should attend Berkley, then “the elite” can make spots available by stepping aside and the very same people should pay for those minorities! Nobody is stopping them!

  7. 7Gork on Oct 1, 2011 at 10:11 am:

    @germaninspain: at what point will you concede that those in power have given enough? When the minorities have made it through college? How about the workplace? At what point can we say that people can stand on their own two feet?

    This is the crux of the matter. It is very much a social issue. What about all those Asian and Jews, arriving with just the clothes on their backs who seem to always find their way to the top of the class? Are you so convinced that these problems can be fixed with money alone?

  8. 8M. on Oct 1, 2011 at 2:55 pm:

    Z, you say that “There is no name or category that summarizes [your] wide-ranging opinions ” yet I’m pretty sure most people would agree that your conservative. Why do you hide it?

  9. 9Scott on Oct 2, 2011 at 4:11 pm:

    To M: Zombie isn’t hiding anything. As a matter of fact, I would argue that he is exposing much that has yet to be exposed in main stream media circles. He exposes the irrational…and I believe that there is plenty of tinfoil hat-wearing that is revealed in Zombie’s journalism. Agreeing with the irrational, uber-liberal crowd does not necessarily make one a conservative. It does make such a journalist a realist, however.

    I think this is the divide that is making this country less cohesive in the 21st Century. On one hand, you have rational, reasonable people looking for relief from recklessness, stupidity, greed, and racial/sexual avarice brought on by labor unions, medical marijuana zealots, “sluts”, rich ecologists, and naked gay men, and on the other you have what Zombie documents. I’ll also point out that what he documents is in one metro area! ONE. Multiply by dozens of cities, and you have a whole mess of crazy out there. The crazy, point in fact, is not limited to strange citizenry, either. Our politicians have gone off the edge too, enabling some of these behaviors.

    I empathize with Zombie because I used to be a “moderate” who appreciated less animosity in his politics. I am an agnostic. I am also a registered Democrat. But this means nothing anymore to the radical left. If I have conservative views and believe in personal responsibility, I am some bible-thumping zealot who wants to impose my religion in someone else’s bedroom! Wrong, wrong, wrong. Where do people like me get relief from the insanity?

    I feel that I can get that on Zombie’s blog. His is a valuable service for those of us who have been abandoned by the Democrats and the elitist Republicans. At least I can laugh at the hypocrisy while watching my country’s implosion at the hands of radical elites with no clue about reality or our Constitution.

  10. 10germaninspain on Oct 3, 2011 at 3:41 am:

    @ Gork, as you said, it is difficult to draw a line and say “here”. It depends on what you expect to receive in exchange.

    Anyway, I wouldn´t try to fix this problem with money, it is more a social awareness that it is possible, that it can be done. If a child is born and raised in a home with virtually no books or culture, there is the problem, not if later the child can access to university (and pay it) or not.

    Concerning the jews and asians you mentioned, apart from personal effort (I think no one seriously wants to doubt it) there is also a feeling of race, at least for the jews, who support each other (jobs, loans, etc.) until they stand on their own feet.

  11. 11M. on Oct 3, 2011 at 7:35 pm:

    Scott: To M: Zombie isn’t hiding anything.As a matter of fact, I would argue that he is exposing much that has yet to be exposed in main stream media circles.He exposes the irrational…and I believe that there is plenty of tinfoil hat-wearing that is revealed in Zombie’s journalism.Agreeing with the irrational, uber-liberal crowd does not necessarily make one a conservative.It does make such a journalist a realist, however.I think this is the divide that is making this country less cohesive in the 21st Century.On one hand, you have rational, reasonable people looking for relief from recklessness, stupidity, greed, and racial/sexual avarice brought on by labor unions, medical marijuana zealots, “sluts”, rich ecologists, and naked gay men, and on the other you have what Zombie documents.I’ll also point out that what he documents is in one metro area!ONE.Multiply by dozens of cities, and you have a whole mess of crazy out there.The crazy, point in fact, is not limited to strange citizenry, either.Our politicians have gone off the edge too, enabling some of these behaviors.I empathize with Zombie because I used to be a “moderate” who appreciated less animosity in his politics.I am an agnostic.I am also a registered Democrat.But this means nothing anymore to the radical left.If I have conservative views and believe in personal responsibility, I am some bible-thumping zealot who wants to impose my religion in someone else’s bedroom!Wrong, wrong, wrong.Where do people like me get relief from the insanity?I feel that I can get that on Zombie’s blog.His is a valuable service for those of us who have been abandoned by the Democrats and the elitist Republicans.At least I can laugh at the hypocrisy while watching my country’s implosion at the hands of radical elites with no clue about reality or our Constitution.

    I get what your saying, thanks for explaining it to me.

  12. 12Avery on Oct 4, 2011 at 1:43 am:

    Just found this on a Japanese lefist page:

    Price $20 for developing countries, $60 for developed countries

    Looks like this satire was already preempted by reality!

  13. 13Doctor Jeff on Oct 4, 2011 at 8:18 am:

    Zombie is BACK! I could not imagine better coverage for this event which made the national stage! As usual, so much HATE and VENOM from the liberal Left. Just who is hateful and intolerant?

  14. 14Formercorpsman on Oct 9, 2011 at 4:32 am:

    Amazing. We will not only fund these idiots going to school, but most likely be their caretakers thereafter. Something tells me, the petrified leftover from the 60′s who parked himself at the table is probably good for at least a third of his sustenance via the Government dole.

    These young kids selling the cupcakes? Checkmate.

  15. 15DR TRAN on Oct 9, 2011 at 9:23 am:

    Zombie, why are you so biased?

  16. 16Scott on Oct 9, 2011 at 4:10 pm:

    Dr. Tran, perhaps you can explain your question better. What bias? What offends you, if anything? What news do you watch/read/listen to? Is it biased in your view? Does a blogger have the right to be biased? Does NBC/CBS/PBS/ABC have the right to be biased? How are they biased? What evidence is there showing this?

    So much to explore on bias. I invite you to share, Dr. Tran. Give us more information, and I’ll help you out.

  17. 17DR TRAN on Oct 9, 2011 at 5:46 pm:

    They are all biased.

  18. 18Greg on Oct 10, 2011 at 9:46 am:

    The ISA table is not ‘americasforgottenminority’
    They are Indians, you know, the ones old Chris was lookin for in 1492.

  19. 19Greg on Oct 10, 2011 at 9:48 am:

    RE my above comment
    I Ms Read Zombie.
    My appologies

  20. 20Scott on Oct 10, 2011 at 3:12 pm:

    So Dr. Tran, if “they” means all forms of media in all channels (TV, Radio, Web, Newspaper, Magazine, etc) then really Zombie is just another “biased” news source. You did use the word “so”, however, implying that he is MORE biased than others. So my question to you is, can a person with a blog report as he or she sees fit? If you ask me, the web is the perfect forum for biased news, as there is unlimited bandwidth. On the radio and television, however, there is limited bandwidth and thus the owners of these broadcast outlets have an obligation to be unbiased, or at least responsible enough to express their point of view openly and honestly, especially when they have a reach of 25 million people per night. They don’t.

    I have no problem with “bias” on the web, and though I deplore the DailyKOS, he has the right to be “biased” over there. Charles Johnson also has the right to his bias at LGF.

    Dan Rather did not have a right to his bias at CBS. And there is extreme bias found at MSNBC, for example. Fox News at least gives BOTH sides of the story, even in their right-leaning opinion show line up weekdays from 8-11PM (Juan Williams is often found representing the liberal viewpoint in both the opinion shows and on their news shows). They ADMIT bias, but give both sides of the story. CBS, NBC, ABC, and PBS do no such thing. In my opinion, they are all disingenuous representing the “news”. If ABC changed their name to “ABC from a Socialist Perspective” I’d have less of a problem with what they do over there.

    Zombie might have a certain perspective, but you can always flip the dial over to DailyKOS to get that viewpoint too. At least Zombie has the intestinal fortitude to seek out stories that others dare not report, and show the craziness that often follows things like “Occupy Wall Street”, “Folsom Street Fair”, “Breasts not Bombs”, “Slutwalk” and any number of other pointless and silly protests from around the Bay area.

    If you flip between the major networks, you get left, lefter, and leftist. And then communism in the form of PBS. ‘Tis a shame.

  21. 21DR TRAN on Oct 10, 2011 at 4:42 pm:

    Since when did Sesame Street become communist? Also what about CNN?

  22. 22Scott on Oct 11, 2011 at 3:28 pm:

    Sesame Street would be classified as entertainment. However, you do realize that Cookie Monster is no longer just a Cookie Monster? Apparently his diet has been “diversified”. Conservatives would never do that. Also, I worked at a public broadcasting outlet. I have seen those folks’ opinion-making up close and personally.

    CNN is very much left wing. Not as far over as MSNBC, but they do not report from the middle. CSPAN is about as unbiased as it gets in this country.

  23. 23Scott on Oct 11, 2011 at 4:43 pm:

    My apologies, Dr Tran. I stand corrected. CNN IS as far left as MSNBC. I just saw an interview with Tavis Smiley and Cornell West expressing their radical views. Oh, and Don Lemon doesn’t understand what reporting is. Again, I thought CNN wasn’t as bad as MSNBC. Sorry. I was wrong.

  24. 24DR TRAN on Oct 11, 2011 at 5:57 pm:

    I see conservatives on CNN every morning. They always have at least one when they have a 3 man panel. Though lately I’ve been seeing 2 conservatives at each mini debate thing. That’s probably because of the elections though. I mean yeah they’re biased but they give the other sides opinions just like Fox. Also Wolf Blitzer doesn’t seem that biased to me. I mean he reports everything pretty roboticly and emotionlessly.

  25. 25Scott on Oct 11, 2011 at 6:28 pm:

    I doubt CNN has two conservatives on every mini debate they feature, but let’s focus on Wolf Blitzer for a bit. Certainly, Wolf isn’t as rabid as, say, Rachael Maddow or Rosie O’Donnell. But he did say this at a recent Republican debate:

    In the debate, Mr Blitzer suggested an uninsured young man could fall into a coma. Mr (Ron) Paul said in return that he should ‘take responsibility for himself’ and people should be ‘taking your own risks’.

    It was then that Mr Blitzer asked him: ‘Congressman, are you saying that society should just let him die?’

    That is a completely bogus, biased question. We DON’T let people die NOW who don’t have insurance. So, in an effort to make Ron Paul look worse than he already does, Wolf revealed his bias by giving him a hypothetical that is a non-starter. “Are you saying society should just let him die?” was the ridiculous question. This is a variation of “then you must think that society should throw grandma from the cliff”. That is a liberal trying to make a conservative look bad. Usually it is a socialist politician trying to score cheap points with his/her constituency, but in this case, it was meant to score cheap points with liberals watching the Republican debates on CNN.

    Wolf Blitzer and the entire CNN staff is socialist. In fact, most every Democrat is a socialist now. There is no room in the party for conservative Democrats. And the vast majority of media is left wing. In this country, we do have a first amendment right, regardless of our view. I just wish members of the media would allow Conservatives the right to speak on their shows/articles without trying to portray them as complete wackjobs.

  26. 26DR TRAN on Oct 12, 2011 at 4:23 pm:

    Dana Loesch, Will Cain, Alex Castellanos. Dana’s there almost every morning.

    Ever seen David Gergen? He’s the man.

  27. 27DR TRAN on Oct 12, 2011 at 4:41 pm:

    Also about that little quote you have there; it says: “There is no room in the party for conservative Democrats” Well where’s the room for the Liberal Republicans in the Republican party? The left does allow the right to say whatever they want, that’s why there’s stations like Fox and radio shows like Rush Limbaugh’s. Maybe the left will stop portraying you as “wackjobs” as you say, when you stop acting like the bloody victim. You complain that the left wants to silence you, but I’m sure you’d have no qualms about MSNBC being shut down. Calling every single person at CNN a socialist is just as bogus as Wolf’s question. How is Wolf asking that question mean he wants to take away your right to voice your opinion? He has just as much of a right to ask that stupid question as you do to get butthurt over it.

    Also when did Fox ever admit they were biased? Their motto is “Fair and Balanced.”

  28. 28Scott on Oct 12, 2011 at 4:42 pm:

    David Gergen is, unfortunately, a leftist as well. Yes, he served in the Nixon White House as well as put in time advising HW Bush, but he also advised Clinton and Warren Christopher, two liberals. He is a board member of the Aspen Institute. Here is a taste of their mission statement:

    Continue to grow the leadership initiatives globally and expand public programs.
    Provide opportunities for more horizontal integration across programs by linking public programs, leadership initiatives and policy programs. Environment, education, and health are the initial areas for cross- fertilization.
    Incubate and facilitate action by individuals attending Institute programs.
    Expand the domestic geographic footprint with a focus on programs in New York, Chicago and the San Francisco Bay area. The Institute’s general policy is that any seminar, leadership initiative, public forum, or policy program should support itself either through paid public participation, foundation funding, or other donations.

    So, a Harvard grad, also a Harvard employee, reporting for CNN, advising “moderate” Republicans and liberal Dems, and sitting on the board of a leftist organization that is all about expanding government.

    He’s a leftist, and though he may be less biased than others at CNN (I don’t watch his newscasts) I can guarantee his worldview tilts his “reports”.

  29. 29DR TRAN on Oct 12, 2011 at 8:37 pm:

    Gergen was also the Director of Communications for President Gerald Ford and President Ronald Reagan. Or is Reagan now considered a “Moderate” Republican?

    Since when did David H. Koch and Condoleezza Rice become leftists? They’re both on the Board of Trustees along side Gergen at the Aspen Institute. Or do people such as yourself, now consider people like Koch, a person that call Obama a hardcore socialist and promised to abolish Social Security, welfare, and minimum-wage laws when he ran as the Libertarian Party’s vice-presidential candidate in 1980, leftists?

    Also how does going to Harvard make someone automatically a leftist? Bush Jr went there. I mean I know most of the staff is liberal, but that doesn’t mean every single student is.

  30. 30Scott on Oct 13, 2011 at 4:25 pm:

    Dr Tran, I was merely supporting your original point, which was that all media is biased. Perhaps you didn’t mean that, and I offered you ample room to clarify. Now you are attacking me, but I am no victim. I know the majority of media is left wing, I can document it, and demonstrated instances with specific quotes. You are coming after me with strawman arguments. I never said David H. Koch and Condoleezza Rice were leftists…I merely pointed out that the Aspen Institute advocates for more government control, which is a socialist aim.

    I’ll also point out that Nixon was no conservative…price controls were among his brilliant ideas that failed. Government control is a bad idea. Gerald Ford was also an extreme spender. For the brief time he was in office, he allowed more money to be spent than some 4 year presidents. Also, something that leftists like to point out, government grew under Ronald Reagan, a personal hero of mine, but he had a leftist Congress that he could not completely control that allowed uncontrolled expansion of federal power.

    GW Bush, as you recall, signed into law the “green” initiative that will phase out incandencent light bulbs and replace them with expensive, harsh flourescent bulbs. His Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson was the guy who, while on his knees before speaker Pelosi, begged for $800 Billion to bail out the banks. We see how many executives from Bank of America to Citibank and Goldman Sachs have landed with golden parachutes as a result.

    We are way off track regarding media, but you get the point, I should think: Conservatives are outgunned in this battle right now for our country. As we march steadily toward a “utopian” socialist state, more and more misery is setting upon the American citizenry. This is because of leftists throughout government, and permissive “moderate” Republicans.

    And please, I hope you are so assumptive that the left “allows” Fox News and Rush Limbaugh to exist! These media outlets exist (and by the way dominate their respective competition) because they are popular in the MARKET. PBS needs government subsidies because they have a product that is dwarfed in popularity in commercial broadcasting.

    So, if you want to discuss the right/left continuum, give me a context and subject and let’s have at it. But I will agree with you that all media is biased, and to the original point, Zombie has a right to be biased, even extremely so. You have the opportunity to go to the Daily KOS to find content more to your liking.

  31. 31Scott on Oct 13, 2011 at 5:04 pm:

    Here is an interesting link, Dr. Tran, about the Tea Party v the elite Republicans:
    Yes it is on, but much of the content is from the NYTs, so it is OK for liberal eyes. Essentially it says that the Washington Republican elite is highly irked by the upstart “Tea Partiers” and wants their power position back.
    This is why Nixon, Ford, HW and GW Bush were so disastrous. They were merely looking to preserve their power…none were interested in sticking to conservatism. Again, Nixon: price controls. Ford, big spending. HW Bush “No new Taxes” that turned into the biggest tax hike in history. GW Bush with his “green” silliness and bank bailouts. I remember vividly a speech by GW that essentially said it is the right of every American to own a house (pre-motgage/housing crisis). Wrong! It is the right of every American to earn money and buy a house if they want to! Unfortunately, he and many in his cabinet were Republican power brokers, and worked in a “bi-partisan” way to march toward socialism. We’ve been doing this for 40+ years.
    Back to our original exchange on media, note that many of the traditional outlets are pushing the idea of Romney instead of Bachman (portrayed as crazy), Cain (portrayed, remarkably, as racist), Santorum (ignored) and Perry (attacked from all sides for many reasons). Romney is a RINO Republican power broker. Socialized medicine and ethanol subsidies are OK with him! And the liberal media is comfortable, at least for now, that if their man Obama has to lose, someone who is “level headed” (read: “moderate” or semi-liberal) in the Republican party take over.

  32. 32DR TRAN on Oct 13, 2011 at 7:53 pm:

    ^ Honestly, the Republican candidate I like the most is Ron Paul, but sadly he has no chance of winning. He makes the most sense, imo. He seems to be the only person that practices what he preaches. What do you think about him?

  33. 33Scott on Oct 14, 2011 at 3:07 pm:

    I think he is a bit wacky. You are correct, he will never win. Nor would my ideal candidate (who doesn’t exist) who would roll into Washington and crush government and the “justice” department with quick wit and a mighty will. It’s a fantasy, nothing more, for me. Herman Cain is the guy I like right now, but they are all flawed. I heard an interview today with former Senator Al D’Amato who said Republicans will vote for anybody but Obama. It is true. Heck, Huntsman could get the nomination and I’d vote for him. Just get the current socialist out of the White House!

  34. 34DR TRAN on Oct 14, 2011 at 5:50 pm:

    ^ I agree.

  35. 35Mr. Weiner on Oct 26, 2011 at 10:16 am:

    I’m an auld lang liberal, an ex-Democrat (inasmuch as I often voted for that party’s candidates; I never registered one way or another), and have been accused of being “to the left of Stalin” (by some) and “to the right of Hitler” (by others). Apparently social mapping has become more important than considering issues, or potential or realized public policies and their consequences. I do find that the only place I can discuss substantive issues in an open minded way is among my atheist Christian friends who self-identify as independents, or “liberal conservatives.”

    It’s likely that if I were 30 years older, I would have voted, er, auld lang Republican at that time. It’s just that in my lifetime the GOP seemed more intent on polarizing the nation’s voters to play demographic/mass media games and on handing various theocrats the Constitution. The Republicans’ interference in people’s private lives and Constitutional rights was bad enough in my lifetime; the Democrats then followed suit.

    Obama is just a creation of mass mind engineers of the advertising, PR, marketing, and “communications” industries that showed the two parties, and their uber-rich handlers, how to create and manipulate demographic and opinion blocs, so they may be manipulated to bring the republic’s functioning to a screeching halt. It is a staggering revolution–bloodless, total, and so ingeniously installed in each and every psyche that we now have multiple generations who literally cannot think for themselves. To put it another way, the Skinner Box is in their own heads: they have been trained to push buttons for pellets of neural pleasure, and anything that causes the least psychological dissonance or distress, they flee, and try to impose these simplistic mind models, so they can get back to thumbing for iPellets.

    On the cupcakes, I laughed my ass off at this satire. Having lived in Berkeley, and hated every minute of it spent outside my own home, I thought the Berkeley young Republicans did an awesome job of making an important point–something that should lead to more thoughtful discussion–and doing it in a way that woke up enough idiots so intelligent people can then have those discussions. Affirmative Action may have been “a good idea at the time,” though I personally refused it when it was extended to me; I preferred not to be insulted like that. In any case, it’s time to consider those scores equalized and insist that people succeed, or fail, through their own merits and efforts. I know I detest it when people think I got where I’m at because of skin color or gender or whatever, because it’s clear that two colleagues of mine in fact got their positions that way, rather than working for them. And that strikes me as the worst racism of all: the nice white privileged liberals who let me and others know that we cannot possibly succeed without the bounty of their pity. It reifies their positions, and their power.

    In closing, I tend not to fling labels around like “communist,” “socialist,” “conservative,” etc. I don’t see that PBS is any more communist than the pinstriped Stalinists of Wall Street, who crush productive work in favor of speculation, whose profits are then shared out among anyone who marches into the camps of consumerism. “Conservative” used to describe a position that would rather stick to what is proven, than kick shit apart just because one can. But the Baby Boomers were demographically and psychologically engineered (for profit) to reject anything they could, since rebellion for its own sake was the biggest marketing meme of that era…and is with us still. OWS is ample evidence of that.

    Moving away from theocratic thinking–the One Big Idea/Meme/Construct whose utterance of existence is supposed to trump all rational/reasoned thought–is still this nation’s gift, and challenge. I’m not sure how it’s going. Some days I’m optimistic; other days I crawl into the pantry and hide. But in a nation where “liberals” and “progressives” think Sharia law is OK, and not theocratic, because to think otherwise a) could be dangerous and b) is “racist”…most days just seem like some psychogenic mess Grace Slick vomited out.

  36. 36Mr. Hanky on Nov 1, 2011 at 6:00 pm:


  37. 37PreBanned on Nov 28, 2011 at 6:13 am:

    Those cupcakes looked like they were worth 2 dollars to me.
    I guess I would qualify for a slight discount based on my ancestry but it would be a donation to a good cause.
    Racism is wrong from any angle. What poor people need in this country is economic opportunity, lets drill here now and throw out the tax code distorting our economy. SB 185 is an insult to hard working Americans of all races.

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