Republicans Hate The Little People

September 4th, 2008at 10:06pm Posted by Eli

In case you didn’t already know.

I used to be a community organizer and my old profession came in for some open derision and scorn tonight from both Rudy Guiliani and Sarah Palin. That’s okay. I don’t mind. I actually kind of welcome being singled out for special abuse. It validates everything I do, and have done, in politics and in poor urban communities. These people hate me and they hate the poor people I helped. I understand. I already knew that. I’ve spent a good part of my life trying to argue that case to people that were not convinced. “They hate you”, I said. Many couldn’t quite believe it. During the primaries I looked at Team Clinton and I told the denizens of the blogosphere, “They hate you.” Many were not so certain.

Guiliani and Palin did me a favor tonight. They came right out and told us that they hate community organizers and the people that they serve. Good. Now I’ll have a much easier time making my arguments about that point in the future.

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The Republicans hate a lot of things. They hate niggers and spics and faggots and Muslims and European ideas (according to Mitt Romney). They tell us these things everyday in large and small ways. It is uncomfortable to watch but it is going to be very satisfying to see all those community organizers elect one of their own in two short months. And, you know what? You’ll all find out that community organizers aren’t out to screw anybody over. An Obama administration isn’t going to return the hate. They will look to use the government to help all the people that were previously dependent on lowly community organizers for what little help they got.

Hate.  It’s pretty much what they do.  It’s pretty much all they’ve got.

Entry Filed under: Elections,McCain,Palin,Politics,Republicans,Wankers


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