Thursday, September 01, 2005

Moonbats: "Plot to commit genocide against New Orleans blacks!"

Hat tip to Jason Smith at Generation Why? for this piece of leftist lunacy. In case you ever labor under the misconception that the moonbats can't get any stupider, keep in mind that jewels like this pop out all the time:
I don't make it a habit of linking to Daily "Screw Them" Kos because frankly it's a wasteland of idiocy. But I feel a need to link to a particular post to show the level of subhuman-idiocy that is abundant among that crowd. It's entitled, "Put the N----rs in the Superdome" (I had to edit the title because it disgusts me).

Apparently there are actually people who think the purpose of putting thousands of people in the biggest building in town for shelter was somehow an evil, racist plot to actually kill them all.

Some choice responses to the subhuman post include genius comments like, "He does make one good point... it seems unlikely the Superdome would have survived a Cat 5." Color me confused, but it's still standing!
Good point, Jason. While the building did sustain damage, it is still there...which cannot be said for a large number of other buildings in New Orleans and along the Gulf Coast.

As for the looting:
For what it's worth, for those still wondering why "so many blacks were seen entering the Superdome"...the population is 2/3 black.

So extending such logic, I wonder if these same people will make such a connection between with the race of the looters we're seeing all over the television. I'm guessing not.
Libertarian talk radio host (and New York Times Bestselling author) Neal Boortz has made an observation about the culture of looters (i.e. glorify crime, degrade education, promote violence especially against women, etc.), not their race; nevertheless, no doubt the racebaiters will accuse him of being bigoted.

You just have to laugh at the warped worldview moonbats have. It's clearly miserable for them to go through life, which is why they want to force their misery onto the rest of us proper-thinking people. << Cliché alert! >> Misery loves company.