Democrat Senator Tom Harkin – a racist AND ageist

“I mean, how are we ever going to match Clint Eastwood? I got to thinking he is the perfect icon for today’s Republican tea party: an old angry white man spewing incoherent nonsense.” Democrat Senator Tom Harkin

There the Democrat goes again: a racist and ageist rant.  What does Clint Eastwood’s skin color or age have to do with anything?  That’s right, it only matters to racists such as Senator Harkin.  What does Clint Eastwood’s age matter?  It doesn’t.

This is the new civility?  From the party that fought against civil rights for more than 100 years, the Democrats continue to embrace their racist past.

Let’s recall:

  • Six pro-slavery platforms from 1840 to 1860.
  • Opposed the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments.
  • Supported segregation in 20 platforms between 1868 and 1948.
  • Had a smaller percentage of votes for the 1960s Civil Rights laws than the Republicans.

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DNC Charlotte requires ID even just near the convention. Racist? Bigoted? Unforgiving?

The DNC in Charlotte requires ID even to be  just near the convention area, let alone to enter.  No matter if you live there.  Isn’t this suppression?  Bigoted?  Racist?

Where is the Federal Court worried about strict, unforgiving burdens on the poor?

The irony.  The hypocrisy.


Pedestrians walking to their home or business that falls into a restricted area will be required to provide identification when the road is closed. Passenger (as opposed to commercial) vehicles attempting to enter streets with restricted vehicle access must go through a vehicle checkpoint.

What type of identification is required?
A standard issued government ID is requested.


“better suited for the last century…You might as well have watched it on a black-and-white TV”. Mr. Obama

“[The Republican Convention was] better suited for the last century…You might as well have watched it on a black-and-white TV”. Mr. Obama, September 1, 2012

Mr. Obama fails to realize that FREEDOM IS TIMELESS.  Of course, the policies of freedom and liberty of the 20th century were much more suitable for the twenty-first century than the policies of the 19th century and Karl Marx.