Remember this one from the likes of Mark Williams during Hurricane Katrina:
Williams: ..they didn't have the necessary brains and common sense to get out of the way of a Cat 5 Hurricane and then when it hit them- stood on the side of the convention Center expiring while reporters were coming and going..
Williams: The only role race plays in this is that the American black population has been the prototype for an entire race of people being, being turned into a group of dependents of the government--trapped there, I'm using that word very loosely are screaming we want help, we want help..
Then the Coretta Scott King funeral happened and we were treated to this tirade from Lady MacCheney
MATALIN: -- the achievement gap between the white and black students at a high, closing, narrowing. I mean, you know, I think these civil rights leaders are nothing more than racists. And they're keeping constituency, they're keeping their neighborhoods and their African-American brothers enslaved, if you will, by continuing to let them think that they're --or forced to think that they're victims, that the whole system is against them. Articulate it better, Sean; it's so sad to me
Jane writes this:
"Bigot bigot bigot bigot bigot. The Post.blog is hosting a bigot. It doesnt matter how many times Ben wants to take away with the left hand what he gives with the right, we know what he is and what he means. And as the hatred of brown people becomes the new gay, there is going to be a lot more of this disingenuous claptrap...read on