Racism, is not racism, but chanting USA,USA IS RAAAACISM

Moonbattery explains

When Alamo Heights high school basketball players chanted “USA” after winning a game, they were punished severely by educrats and vociferously denounced in the media for “racism.” Elsewhere in San Antonio, punks broke into a guy’s house and spray-painted “Die Whitey” on the wall; the authorities can’t figure out if it’s a hate crime.

Why have we allowed the Left to screw this nation up this badly? And it  is not just limited to the absurd racial speech codes the left is shackling us with. You know,the ones that allow Liberals to use racist terms like “White Boys”. Kurt has another example of how the Left is killing us

Kalifornia is now forcing Coke and Pepsi to change their soda-pop recipes. Because the way they make the caramel coloring has cause cancer in some lab rats…who ingested the equivalent of some 1,000 cans per day.

So, do the two giant soft drink manufacturers pull their products from the shelves and tell Sacramento to pound sand?
NOoooo, they ask how much time they have to obey some BS health law that doesn’t affect anyone at all. So, California is broke, and THIS is what their legislature focuses on? And why do the voters keep electing these morons? Maybe they are all stoned

And of course, there is the Left, the self-appointed defenders of women playing politics with Mysoginy because, apparently some verbal assaults on women are more equal than others

The Hill reported:

Bill Burton, the head of the super-PAC supporting President Obama’s reelection effort, said Thursday that while some of comedian Bill Maher’s comments “were vulgar and inappropriate” he did not believe they were similar in tone to controversial statements last week by radio host Rush Limbaugh.

Maher, host of HBO’s “Real Time,” recently announced a $1 million donation to the Priorities USA group helmed by Burton. But conservatives have argued the group should return the donation because some of the comedian’s past statements have been as controversial as remarks made by Limbaugh and denounced by the president and leading Democrats.

Limbaugh came under fire for calling Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke, who testified to Congress in favor of mandating coverage for contraception, a “slut” and a “prostitute.” But supporters of the conservative talk show host argue Maher has also used derogatory terms — including “bimbo” and “twat” — to describe prominent Republican politicians, including former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.

MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell asked Burton, a former Obama campaign press secretary, if that was a double standard, a charge Burton deflected by arguing that Maher was a comedian, not a political commentator.

“First of all, obviously, some of those things were vulgar and inappropriate and said over the course of years of a comedian’s life. It’s not language I would use or language we would use at Priorities USA,” Burton said. “But the notion that there is an equivalence between what a comedian has said over the course of his career and what the de facto leader of the Republican Party said to sexually degrade a woman who led in a political debate of our time, is crazy.”

“There’s no just similarity about what Rush Limbaugh said, lying about the argument that Ms. Fluke was making — a law student at Georgetown — and what a comedian has said in the past,” he added.

Break out the tar and feathers. And hurry up before these Nanny Statists start rationing our food

After all, whosoever controls our daily bread, controls us—lock, stock, and large intestine.  Ask any Ukrainian.

The ultimate liberal goal is not a fair distribution of fresh food. The market distributes goods according to supply and demand and manufacturers distribute their products according to demand. The intent is to take away our freedoms. Food is now a variable of class struggle and a form of discrimination because “the poor and downtrodden are getting junk food while the snobs get fancy food.”

According to food police at school, your mom does not know what is best for you, your government does, following Michelle Obama’s nutrition dictates. Food and the distribution of food has become a social issue in the collectivist/socialist ideology. We must all be equal in the leftist view and the government must step in to regulate food distribution and delivery.  “Food Justice” Has Arrived

Or you could just ask George Soros:

Financier and progressive activist George Soros is formulating a move to control food and grain production by purchasing grain elevators in late March in several parts of the United States through his Soros Managment Fund’s backed Gavilon Grain.

With strong ties to the Obama administration, Soros now has both the economic, and political clout to begin consolidation of purchasing and shipping domestic agriculture around the world.

Why grain elevators, you wonder?

What most folks don’t understand it is the Grain Elevator Operator who makes the money, and controls the prices for the most part. Not the commodities market. You control the Grain operator, you control the food supply. (Bunkerville comment via George Soros: How Much Is Enough For This Man? | Conservatives On Fire)

Like I said grab the tar, the feathers,and hurry up!

High School Students’ ‘USA! USA!’ Victory Chant Deemed Racial Insult

High School Students‘ ’USA! USA!’ Victory Chant Deemed Racial Insult – The Blaze

In what is being described as an incident of racism, a school district in Texas has filed a complaint after some rival high school students chanted “U-S-A! U-S-A!” to celebrate a basketball victory. And some of the students involved have now been punished and forced to apologize.

Student supporters at Alamo Heights High School started the celebratory chant after their team clinched a regional championship against San Antonio Edison High School on Saturday, the San Antonio News-Express reported.

Edison High School is predominantly Hispanic, and officials at the San Antonio Independent School District took the chant as a racial insult from supporters of the largely white Alamo Heights team.

According to the News-Express, the chant lasted only about five seconds before Alamo Heights head coach Andrew Brewer quickly silenced the students. Nevertheless, SAISD athletic director Gil Garza on Tuesday filed a complaint with the University Interscholastic League, which oversees extracurricular activities in Texas public schools.

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“Our kids try real hard and work extra hard to get to the regional tournament, and then we have to worry about them being subjected to this kind of insensitivity,” Garza told San Antonio’s KENS-TV. “To be attacked about your ethnicity and being made to feel that you don’t belong in this country is terrible. Why can’t people just applaud our kids? It just gets old and I’m sick of it. Once again, we‘re on pins and needles wondering what’s going to happen.”

Alamo Heights Independent School District Kevin Brown apologized to SAISD officials for the incident, and said some of the students who participated in the chant were Hispanic themselves. The dozen or so students identified will apologize and are barred from attending Thursday’s state semifinal game, local NBC affiliate WOAI-TV reported.

“Obviously, we were disappointed that this happened,” Brown told KENS. “That‘s not who we are as a community and that’s not who we are as a school. It‘s not something that’s acceptable for us. Our kids are very respectable. We have to remember that they’re teenagers, and kids make mistakes.”

He continued, “We have tried to use this as a teachable moment for them. We have talked to our students. We’ve taken responsibility for it, although what happened is not representative of everybody who was there.”

According to the News-Express, Edison coach Art Vela said his players were already in the locker room when the chant erupted and that they didn’t hear it.

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