The Emphasis is on FINK

What’s with minorities who work against their own best interests? Or even worse, take advantage of other minorities hard work?

Last week, I got passed up by a black guy in a van with a “W” sticker on it. He had the nerve to give me the evil eye. WTF!? Who the hell does he think worked for the right for him to even get a damn driver’s license? It wasn’t the liberals who like to have a “group of the week” to hate or who used religion to keep blacks enslaved. Study history and you’ll find the Southern Dems that didn’t like the civil rights laws being passed switched to the Republican Party when the Civil Rights Act became law. These politicians make up our modern day Republican Party and they’ve been working on their take over since then.

Why, why then would any self-respecting minority consider Republicans a viable alternative? Either it’s blindness, selfishness, ignorance, or some ridiculous combination thereof.

Take self-loathing P.O.S. #2 (that’s Piece of Shit, for future reference): Arthur Finkelstein. Never heard of him? I’m not surprised. He quite likes it that way. See, Arthur Finkelstein is an ultra right-wing political strategist who has had homophobic clients of the likes of Jesse Helms and is currently working on the “Stop Her Now” campaign to knock out Hillary Clinton from presidential consideration before she even gets started. However, Finkelstein has NO problem with taking advantage of those he’s worked so hard to defeat. This P.O.S. several months ago married his gay lover in a private ceremony that was only open to close family and friends.

Funny, Bill Clinton comes to his wife’s defense and calls a spade a spade (i.e. this bastard is a self-loathing SOB) and suddenly Finkelstein’s life is private.


Why does Finkelstein get the benefit of a private life but I get to have society judge the validity of my relationship with amendment after amendment? Oh, I know, because he’s a sell-out, likes it up the ass (in more ways than one), Republican.

Finkelstein was quoted in the NY Times as saying, “I believe that visitation rights, health care benefits and other human relationship contracts that are taken for granted by all married people should be available to partners.”


The thing is, Republicans, especially the ones he help get elected don’t give a damn about what he believes, about his rights, or about his relationship. All he is, is a vote.

They hate us except for how much we will do their dirty work and believe their lies.


At 14:48, Anonymous The Heretik said...

YOU are not alone and you never will be.

There is freedom within, there is freedom without
Try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
There's a battle ahead, many battles are lost
But you'll never see the end of the road
While you're travelling with me.

At 12:50, Blogger RedStateExile said...

Thanks Heretik! Good to hear from you!


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