I hear you Mr. Dyer, but I thought about another quote after learning of the death of Andrew Breitbart: "The soul that has conceived one wickedness can nurse no good thereafter."
I would like to remind everyone of the actions of Andrew Breitbart following the death of Teddy Kennedy. He immediately took to twitter and said the most evil vile things about the man before his body had even turned cold.
If there is really a place called hell I am quite sure that Andrew Breitbart is there right now. The good news for Andrew is that he can join his friend Lee Atwater and maybe try to run the devils campaign to take over the world.
Honestly, for all of you people whose lives were destroyed by this despicable prick, I would love to join you for long slow waltz on his grave.
Finally, my racism chase takes me all across the country to the wonderful state of Montana.
I am sure you all have heard by now about the federal Judge who was caught sending racist e-mails which made fun of the president of the United States.
Of course this comes as no surprise to those of us who understand the nature of certain folks here in A-merry-ca. But this is not some red neck in an Alabama trailer park; this is a senior FEDERAL JUDGE. If that doesn't send a wakeup call to you Negroes in "post-racial" A-merry-ca, I don't know what will.
As is always the case, the judge is now sorry that he is being seen as a racist. I am sure that if he didn't live in Montana he would tell us that some of his best friends are....you know. He only meant his ignorant hateful e-mail towards Obama because of his profound disdain for the man. (BTW, that profound disdain is building. If O wins four more years they will have to double the Secret Service budget.)
"Richard Cebull, chief US district judge in the state of Montana, said he sent the email to a small group of friends because he is opposed to Obama. He acknowledged it was racist, but denied being racist himself.
"Normally I don't send or forward a lot of these, but even by my standards, it was a bit touching. I want all of my friends to feel what I felt when I read this," said the email containing the offensive joke.
The judge admitted that he sent the email to six "old buddies," the paper reported.
"It was not intended by me in any way to become public," Cebull said. "I apologize to anybody who is offended by it, and I can obviously understand why people would be offended."
"The only reason I can explain it to you is I am not a fan of our president, but this goes beyond not being a fan," he added. "I didn't send it as racist, although that's what it is. I sent it out because it's anti-Obama."
And here is the truly hilarious part:
"I have never considered myself that way," he said. "All I can emphasize is I've treated people in my courtroom all these years fairly. I don't think I've ever demonstrated racism. Nobody has ever even implied it." [Source]
Yes, I am sure that all those black people who came before you in Montana will attest to that.