Pin the Tale on the Donkey: Democrats’ Horrible Racist Past

By Bill Whittle / June 2, 2015 / PJTV.COM

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One Response to Pin the Tale on the Donkey: Democrats’ Horrible Racist Past

  1. George Neiiendam says:

    A brilliant and very badly needed commentary. I suggest that there is one other major player
    in the Democrat house of horrors: Our oh-so-intelligent progressive academia. Most of these
    people have not had an original thought in years. They, like our anti-American president, insist
    to this day that the United States is the root cause of the world’s problem…which they, like their secret hero Karl Marx, lay squarely at the feet of capitalism. These geniuses have noted that,
    Yes…some people DO have more material wealth than others!… and, by God, its just not fair!
    Don’t bother telling them that in a democratic society with the rule of law, most of the wealthy
    got their wealth because of individual MERIT. Especially don’t remind them that when some
    in the business world took advantage of the “little guy” via monopolistic practices, a certain
    REPUBLICAN named Theodore Roosevelt became the biggest trust buster in history. Why?
    Because he actually believed in the rule of law and democracy.

    And what about merit? Do Democrats ever talk about merit? I’m surprised they haven’t spon-
    sored a bill to outlaw merit badges in the Boy Scouts. After all, don’t merit badges imply non-
    equal status? This in a world where we are all supposed to be equal, no matter what. Actually, the donkey party does believe in a certain elitism. Democrats, of my generation at least,
    coined the term “American Royalty.” They bestow it to certain liberal thinkers they consider to
    be exceptional, like the Kennedys, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan
    need not apply. I give it about another 10 years before Democrats, in their rampant zeal to
    besmirch traditional values of any type, use the term to describe the most “hip,” the most “cool.” etc. .

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