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Fox Nation Readers React To Death Of Nelson Mandela With Racism, Death Wishes For Obama

Some might ask why bother to publish this stuff.  To that, I reply, why not?  Why protect the SOBs by not publicizing their inanity?


Fox Nation posted a respectful article about Nelson Mandela’s death – and many of their readers responded in kind. But many erupted in such shocking racism and/or death-wishing hatred for President Obama that words fail us. You really need to see them for yourself. (H/T Andrew S.) UPDATED

This is what passes for “tolerance” and “civil discourse” on Fox Nation:






















UPDATE: Apparently, Fox is embarrassed enough by their own readers that they have now removed the comments section along with the previously existing comments.

H/t: DB

Blog Roundup

Evening Blog Roundup – 12-3-2013

Constitutional experts man a highway overpass. (AP)


Benghazification Begins

The blurred line between caricature and reality

Boehner Hires Top Tier Immigration Policy Aide

Arafat did not die of poisoning, French tests conclude

Cisco Says NSA Costing Them Major Business Abroad

The Best Obamacare News That Nobody Is Talking About

Here’s Your Very Latest Foolproof Reason to Impeach Obama

As do-nothing Congress dithers, a million set to lose unemployment insurance

Poll: Tea Partiers More Likely Than Other GOPers To View Snowden Positively

John Boehner On 113th Congress Being Least Productive Ever: ‘We’ve Done Our Work’


Blog Roundup

Saturday Blog Roundup 11-30-2013

Black Friday Questions.

Church Of England Proposes Gay Marriage ‘Blessings’

Mitt Romney’s Son Helped Rescue Four People After Car Crash

After years on the sidelines, New York’s liberals retaking control

Obama to issue a new statement of U.S. national security strategy

Syrian chemical arms ‘to be destroyed on US Navy ship’ – BBC News

Dems should not hesitate to further streamline the Senate rulebook

President Obama Visits Immigration Advocates Fasting For Reform

Conservatives live in a different reality from us, ‘history book’ edition

Former KKK Leader And His Mother Indicted After Alabama Cross Burning


Affordable Care Act · President Barack Obama


The Huffington Post

By the Associated Press

Obama Speaks On Health Care Law Rollout Problems

President Barack Obama is acknowledging his health care law’s rollout “hasn’t worked as smoothly as it’s supposed to work.”

Obama is encouraging Americans who want to sign up for insurance under new government exchanges to keep trying. He spoke from the White House’s Rose Garden.

The remarks came at Obama’s first health care event since widespread problems with sign-ups online became apparent.

He blamed problems in part to an overwhelming response. He says the program doesn’t depend on website and there are other ways to sign up.


GOP · President Barack Obama



The New Yorker -The Borowitz Report

Residents of the District of Columbia were roused from their sleep by a massive fireworks display over the White House just after midnight, as President Obama declared what he called “a national day of gloating.”

“It would not be productive for this nation, going forward, to crow about our victory over political adversaries,” he said in a nationally televised address. “So let’s get it all out of our systems today.”

Immediately after the President’s speech, loudspeakers outside the White House blasted “We Are the Champions,” and the national day of gloating began.

In addition to a ticker-tape parade, the day’s events will include a screening on the Mall of a clip reel of Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s marathon Senate speech, punctuated by sad trombone sounds.

“Starting tomorrow, my message to the Republicans is, ‘Let’s work together for the American people,’ ” said Obama, wearing what appeared to be a beer hat. “But today my message is, ‘We won, bitchaz.’ ”

H/t: Don Babets

President Barack Obama

Inarguably, Hopelessly Black

Sadly, point well taken.

Mario Piperni

Every time I hear someone claim that their deep hatred for Barack Obama has nothing to do with his skin color, I have to smile – something I’m prone to do when confronted with a blatant lie. Naturally, there would be all kinds of nastiness and dirty politics by Republicans and conservatives no matter what color of skin a Democratic president had – that’s the way the game is played. But the fact that this president is black adds a level of viciousness to it all previously unseen in American politics.

President Barack Obama

President Obama Speaks to Troops at Camp Pendleton

If you missed the President’s speech to Marine troops at Camp Pendleton yesterday, here is the full speech.   I watched this one from beginning to end on TV yesterday afternoon.  In my opinion it shows why so many Americans support this President…

The White House

President Obama thanks troops and their families for their extraordinary service to our nation.

Jay Leno · President Barack Obama

Obama: We won’t “be terrorized” — addressing for the first time a potential terrorist plot, he advises “caution” in travel

President Barack Obama talks with host Jay Leno during a taping of “The Tonight Show.”

NBC News – First Read

President Barack Obama urged Americans to continue to “live our lives” on Tuesday amid a suspected al Qaeda threat that has closed more than a dozen U.S. embassies.

In his first public comments about the potential plot, Obama told “The Tonight Show” host Jay Leno that the threat was significant.

However, the president pointed out that the odds of dying in a terrorist attack were less than dying in a car accident.

“Terrorists depend on the idea that we’re going to be terrorized,” Obama added. “We’re going to live our lives.”

Asked if the message was for Americans to delay travel plans, Obama said no, but Americans should exercise “some common sense and some caution.” He encouraged people to check with the State Department or embassies before trips to any potentially dangerous areas.

Obama praised American resilience after tragedies like the Boston Marathon bombing, saying it is important not to let terrorists “shut us down” over fears of violence.

He added: “It’s a reminder that for all the progress we’ve made, getting [Osama] bin Laden, putting al Qaeda in between Afghanistan and Pakistan back on its heels, that this radical, you know, violent extremism is still out there, and we’ve got to stay on top of it.”

Obama’s sixth appearance on the NBC show came days after the State Department shuttered more than a dozen U.S. embassies and consulates across the Middle East and North Africa for the remainder of the week. That action sprung from intercepted messages between top al Qaeda leaders who appeared to be plotting a major attack in or around Yemen.Almost 100 U.S. personnel were evacuated from the country early Tuesday.

Addressing concerns about an NSA information collection program that stores phone record metadata in the effort to prevent terrorist attacks, Obama acknowledged that some are skeptical of the program’s impact on privacy but defended some government surveillance as a “critical component to counterterrorism.”

“We don’t have a domestic spying program,” Obama said. “What we do have are some mechanisms that can track a phone number or an email address that is connected to a terrorist attack,” he said. “That information is useful.”

The president also addressed the ongoing diplomatic fracas with Russia, which offered temporary asylum to alleged NSA leaker Edward Snowden and has cracked down with policies targeting gays and lesbians as the 2014 Sochi Olympics approach.

He confirmed that he will attend the G-20 summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin but warned that his forward-looking message will be clear.

“There are times when they slip back into Cold War thinking and Cold War mentality,” he said of the Russian government. “What I continually say to them and  to President Putin, that’s the past.”

Domestic issues also came up – including Obama’s emotional impromptu speech in the wake of the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case.

He described his remarks then as an effort to aspire to “fairness” in the justice system while acknowledging the realities that face young African American men.

“What we also believe in is that people – everybody – should be treated fairly and the system should work for everyone,” he said to applause.

Not all of the conversation revolved around the most weighty issues faced by the commander-in-chief: Obama joked about his love of broccoli and his recent birthday, and he quipped that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had “that post-administration glow” when they lunched privately last month.

Asked if his onetime presidential rival was “measuring the drapes” during the visit, Obama reminded Leno that Clinton knows her way around the White House from her tenure as first lady.

“Keep in mind she’s been there,” he said. “She doesn’t have to measure them.”

Blog Roundup

Sunday Blog Roundup 7-21-2013

44 years ago today

Sunday Talk: Dysfunction junction

Obama Mourns Death Of Helen Thomas

Why didn’t the auto bailout save Detroit?

Rallies for Trayvon Martin held across U.S.

GOP Official Admits Voter ID Law Hurt Obama

Mood shifting, Congress may move to limit NSA spying

Firefighter Allegedly Burglarized Firehouses After False 911 Calls

Why Obama Decided To Speak Out On Race And The Zimmerman Verdict

Boston University Student Paper Apologizes For ‘Callous’ Headlines About Sexual Assault


Blog Roundup

Friday Blog Roundup 5-31-2013


Rifle March On D.C. Cancelled

Holder May Rein In Prosecutors On Leaks

Did Daily Caller just call RNC chair the n-word?

John McCain wants to arm ‘them.’ So who’s ‘them’?

Poll: Voters Pick Hillary Over Paul, Bush For 2016

Mitt Romney Plans To Campaign For 2014 Candidates

Ted Cruz is turning out to be a very skillful demagogue

Mitch McConnell’s campaign ad tying Obama to Nixon over the IRS scandal

Cheerios Commercial Featuring Mixed Race Family Gets Racist Backlash (VIDEO)

Surprise! CBO report shows 50% of government tax expenditures go to top 20% of earners