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Equal Time with Bob Boudelang
August 10, 2001
by Bob Boudelang

In the interests of fairness and impartiality, we've decided that it's about time the conservatives had a voice on this website. So here he is - Bob Boudelang, American Patriot, with this week's rebuttal:

It Is Time The Demon-cRATS Stopped Discriminating Against Good Black People

In these modern times of today, when there is no more bigotry in this country and everyone is treated fair except straight white Christian males, it is time the LIEberal Democrats stopped being bigoted against good black people.

It made me sick to see the phony "diversity" at their convention last year, and the way the liberal media kept saying we Republicans were bigoted just because we were all white at ours. If they were bigoted, they would have booed Colon Powell. But they let him talk to the convention on TV just like he was a real delegate allowed in the hall.

Also there was black musicians and the guy who played Shaft (the old friendly one, not the scary-looking new Shaft).

Meanwhile do you think that was real diversity that just happened at the Democrats convention? No, that was deliberate, like Al Gore kissing Tipper. The Democrats included all those minorities to make you think they were tolerance. But where was black conservatives like Clarence Thomas or the guy that fills in for Rush when he is on vacation? I ask you.

When it comes to black conservatives the Democrats are scared. They know that blacks secretly want to be Republicans because of our issues like vouchers. Black parents know the only thing keeping their kids out of exclusive private schools is the lack of vouchers, or they would if they didnšt keep hearing propaganda to keep them on the liberal plantation instead of the Republican one.

Democrats whore for the Teacher's Unions that keep the public schools inferior and overcrowded. They are always yelling for smaller classrooms and more teachers but you can't solve that problem by throwing money at it. You have to take away the money and give them vouchers instead. Good black people know that.

That's why Democrats keep lying about Strom Thurmond, Jesse Helms, Trent Lott, Tom DeLay, David Duke, Dick Armey, Bob Barr and other Republicans being bigots. They don't mention that Richard Byrd used to be in the Ku Klux Klan and when they do they mention he quit 40 years ago, like that matters. That's also why they keep bringing up phony "issues" like the Confederate flag. That flag represents real Southern history, not slavery and segregation. I think good black people know that.

If we was bigots, would we let Alan Keyes run for president? No, we would have lynched him. But instead, we let him run. A few of us even voted for him.

When did the Democrats ever have a black candidate for president except Jesse Jackson? And he had an illegitimate baby, hahaha. But what do you expect of them people?

By which I mean, Democrats like Maxine Waters, not good black people like Clarence Thomas, who is happy to sit in the back of the Supreme Court and not make waves.

And now this Jezebel David Brock says Anita Hill was telling the truth and that he made up lies about it. I don't know how Clarence Thomas stands up under this constant slander and revelation.

If you want to know what I think, "How sharper than a serpent's tooth is a woman's scorn," just like it says in the Constitution. I think there WAS something to it, and that she was after Clarence, who has a white wife and hardly anyone objects, and she made up the story when she couldn't have him. So there.

As somebody said, Anita was "a little bit nutty and a little bit slutty" and truer words was never spoken, despite what "Mr." Brock says. You never can trust those people anyway. By which I mean, Democrats. If there was anything to it, why didn't she complain to the head of the Civil Rights Commission at the time?

Why, our great President Bush, who is not as unpopular as those polls say, depends on Colin Powell and Concertina Rice, both of whom are of the black persuasion. They ride right there with him in Air Force One to all those other countries so they can explain what George W. means when he speaks to foreign leaders. That didn't happen with Clinton, but nobody ever said he was bigoted.

Also good black people know we do not need affirmative action laws or quotas, and they know they will always be ashamed if they get somewhere decent just because some bureaucrats decide schools and jobs cannot be all-white. They would rather become doctors and lawyers and other good jobs like they did in the 1950s instead of being let in the schools like they are now by well-meaning ignorant dupes. There's only one reason things aren't like that anymore, and it's an ugly one: "activism."

But instead of looking at the bright achievements of Republican equality, the lying liberal media keep focused on stories like black patients not getting pacemakers as often as white ones, or black car buyers not getting loans as often as white ones, and those people stay focused on resentment or what group Trent Lott belongs to.

It is so unfair. You don't hear Tiger Woods or Charles Barkley complaining. We need more like them. And I mean that.

Bob Boudelang is a patriotic American patriot who wants nothing to do with liberals. He served in Granada with black people and did not make those phonecalls when a black person was named Assistant Manager of the Produce department, so there.

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