To The Hate Filled Bigots

For all those attacked for being gay, too old, too young, too fat, too skinny, too perfect, too ugly, too stupid, too clever, for being the wrong race or religion.

That song goes out to the stupid racists that left the Democratic Party because it nominated a black candidate, to the Religious right of the Republican Party, to the BNP, to StormFront, to No Quarter, to Fred Phelps and all those that hate.

A song to make you rant.

For all those who have or have been bullied. To those that enjoy laughing at bigots and meeting them head on For those who oppose them. A song to make your day.

PS – Love You Too.

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  1. November 20, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    You clearly want to call out bigots as bigots. Good for you.

    I’ll confess to being less liberal than you I think (though I voted for Obama in 2008 and likely will again.) He’s certainly not above criticism. I don’t think every opponent or even most of them are racists.

    But I think many are. How else to explain the deep visceral (apparently) dislike of President Obama, who reeks calmness and reason. How do you get people to honestly reflect on these motives?

    How does one address this in a productive way?

    My experience has been something like this:

    Me: “You seem to have an almost irrational dislike of the President.”

    Tea bagger: “You’re calling me a racist! You lousy socialist. You’re playing the race card”

    How do avoid just being told your the one hung up on race, and get people to reflect on themselves a little? Can it even be done?

    Seems like its best to try to avoid discussing people’s motives. After all how can I know for sure what’s in someone else’s head.

    • November 20, 2010 at 8:26 pm

      You can never know for sure what is in the heads of people. There are indeed valid criticisms of Obama, he is after all a politician and it is idiotic for people to place complete faith in just one person.

      There are however a lot of successes, GM being a major one and health care reform being the second of many.

      How do you explain that visceral hate? Fear. Spread by Faux News.

  2. themadjewess
    November 21, 2010 at 2:23 am

    He’s certainly not above criticism. I don’t think every opponent or even most of them are racists.

    They aren’t racists ROFL. I left their t-party’s. Why? They walk around with signs that say;
    “I am not a racist”
    Like THAT gets anything done..

    “Faux” news sells fear? Wow, I am missing it then, I better go and watch it.. Every now and then, there is nothing like a good horror show! LOL

    Honestly…in the age of internet, who the hell listens to Commie News Network, Faux? MsNBC, etc..

    Dont feel bad, Bruce. Just as Obama is not above the criticism, neither is Palin, who I am SEVERELY critical of.

    I cannot see her as Prez.. Why? When I ask my male friends just what they want from Palin, they reply;
    “I want her to sit on my face”

    Sorry, no can do.

  3. Emma Brazener
    August 22, 2011 at 11:22 am

    AWESOME!!!! really made my day!

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