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anyone else loving this Trent Lott fiasco??

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by mental invalid, Dec 18, 2002.

  1. mental invalid

    mental invalid Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: May 11, 2001 Messages: 13,050 Likes Received: 8
    personally, it couldnt happen to a nicer nazi piece of shit....its about time that fucking racist mississippi fuck got his fucking card pulled...im really just enjoying watching him squirm and kiss as much black ass as possible...the fucked up thing is that the republican party is not so upset as the statement as they are of the political ramifications....

    but like i said its just great to see him fucking squirm.....
  2. mental invalid

    mental invalid Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: May 11, 2001 Messages: 13,050 Likes Received: 8
    dont even think about it!!!
  3. !@#$%

    [email protected]#$% Moderator Crew

    Joined: Oct 1, 2002 Messages: 18,517 Likes Received: 623

    fucking finally the far-right gets called on their thinly veiled racism
    about fucking time

    but why couldn't this have happened before elections?
    it prolly wouldn't have made a difference anyway

    yeah...he's getting the shaft from everyone
    reaping what he's sown

    fucking asshole
  4. willy.wonka

    willy.wonka Guest

    comedy central

    "the sorriest man in america"
  5. uncle-boy

    uncle-boy Guest

  6. railroadjerk

    railroadjerk Guest

    Mark Shields: How dumb is Trent Lott?
    By Mark Shields
    Creators Syndicate

    That is unarguable. We have no MRI on the purity or impurity of Lott's heart. But we know for sure that there is precious little in the man's head.

    Just how dumb is Trent Lott? He asks us to forgive him for being mixed-up about the segregationist 1948 politics of Dixiecrat Thurmond, because then "I was only 7-years-old." But what about 1964, when Trent Lott was a 22-year-old graduate of Ole Miss -- where he had opposed the court-ordered admission of a single, qualified black Mississippian and nine-year Air force veteran, James Meredith -- a time about which Lott has admitted, "You could say I favored segregation"?

    1964 was the year when 20 black churches in his home state were burned to the ground by white supremacists, some of whom -- in conspiracy with Mississippi law enforcement officials -- murdered Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner and James Chaney because they dared to help black Americans living in Mississippi fight for their constitutional rights. Was there even a nanosecond of doubt or introspection? If so, it did not stop Trent Lott from working tirelessly to become the protege of -- and, in 1972, at the age of 30, the successor to -- white supremacist Rep. William D. Colmer of Mississippi.

    Did it ever unnerve young, ambitious Lott, before he began his 30 years in Congress, that his home state -- crippled by hate, mired in squalor and literally lawless -- was dead last among all 50 states when measured by literacy, education, crime, infant mortality, voter registration, wealth and availability of medical assistance? That one-third of his state's families lived below the poverty level; that one in four households lacked plumbing; that the average Mississippian had less than nine years of schooling? Could this be the idyllic Mississippi that historian Trent Lott believes would have been preserved from "all these problems over all these years" by a President Strom Thurmond?

    Of course not. Trent Lott, superstar, was using the obvious and ugly shorthand of politics. Did he really think we did not know what he meant by "all these problems" (which he had used before in 1980, at the age of 38)? That the wink and the nudge to his good old boys meant enforced desegregation, federally guaranteed voting-rights and federal open-housing laws?

    After he got to Congress, Lott opposed President Reagan and voted instead to end the federal government's commitment to guaranteeing voting rights of all citizens. He offered himself as a character witness for Bob Jones University in defense of its ban on interracial dating. Having served as chairman of his party's platform committee, Trent Lott -- then 42 -- announced to a Sons of the Confederacy meeting that "the spirit of Jefferson Davis lives in the 1984 Republican platform."

    Lott either is so dumb that he believed all this garbage, or he believed that this garbage was what his "home boys" wanted to hear, or he believed that the rest of us were too dumb or disinterested to notice the games he was playing.

    So slow is Trent Lott, today at the age of 61, that he needed a week of relentless, public criticism before he remembered to mention publicly that, largely because of "all these problems over all these years," his home state now has more black elected officials than any state in the union. Of course, because of the sub-species of politics Lott, among others, has practiced, of the 9,040 black elected officials in office in the United States today, exactly 50 of them ran and won as Republicans. Rhetorically, the GOP may be the party of Lincoln, but realistically, it remains the party of Trent Lott.

    We now have further evidence of the manifold "mistakes of the mind" the limited Trent Lott has made. The question now before, not the House, but the Senate Republicans: Are they dumb enough to think the rest of us won't notice if they keep Trent Lott as their leader?
  7. socrates

    socrates Guest

    The best part so far was when he was BET talking about how he has minority friends.......like his gardner, his maid, mis mechanic and his driver
  8. willy.wonka

    willy.wonka Guest

    haha..i would have loved to see him on there
  9. Catch22

    Catch22 Guest

    Some more Racist facts about Lott:

    In 1981, congress voted to extend the Voters Rights Act (Allow non-whites to vote) - Lott voted against it.

    In 1983, Lott voted against making Martin Luther King Jr. a national holiday.

    I was going to bring up his racist moves from the 50's-60's but I felt showing the more recent racist acts he did makes it harder for people to say "That was a long time ago....he's changed."
  10. Catch22

    Catch22 Guest

    Oh, 1 other racist act I forgot to mention. This involves our president George W. Bush. In 2000, as a sign of support to conservative southerners, George W. held a rally at Bob Jones University. The thing is, Bob Jones University DOESN'T ALLOW INTERRACIAL DATING. Good one Dubya!

    You can check out the rest of the Klansmen....uh I mean Republicans at


    (click on G.O.P and Race under the Graphics section to see the timeline)
  11. Mr. Mang

    Mr. Mang Elite Member

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  12. Joker

    Joker Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Gawd... I hate white people
  13. mental invalid

    mental invalid Dirty Dozen Crew

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    to be honest im somewhat taken aback by the firestorn it has caused...and its not like the dems are really trying to stoke the flames, rather they are letting them hang themselves....

    i shit in my pants when he said he was now for affirm. action...hahahaha...that is such an unrepublican issue, that its almost democratic...

    i just love seeing political train wrecks...
  14. socrates

    socrates Guest

    Another good part of the BET interview was when he said he has discovered "new" information about MLK andwould vote to make it a holiday......what the fuck did he learn,

    "ohhh that martin luther king jr., it thought you were referring to the other one"
  15. Kr430n5_666

    Kr430n5_666 Banned

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