You Might Be A Racist If ….

TN Republican State Senator Frank Niceley says he’s not racist, he just has a lot of really racist ideas.

In attempting to explain why he’s speaking to the Southern National Congress, a racist, secessionist group, Niceley says:

“They’re endorsing my ideas, I’m not endorsing theirs’.”

OH. Well, that’s completely different! So y’all just stop being such big, fat meanies!

Republican Rep. Judd Matheny had the good sense to back away from this group of merry hatemongers/fearmongers, but Niceley? Not so much.

Niceley is a few sandwiches short of a full picnic. He’s the one who famously declared mountaintop removal mining was good for elk, saying we need these “highland balds” to keep elk out of the roads, or some such nonsense.

The only thing dumber than Frank Niceley are the idiots who keep voting for him.

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9 responses to “You Might Be A Racist If ….

  1. chrome agnomen

    Niceley removal mining is good for the mountaintop.

  2. “He’s the one who famously declared mountaintop removal mining was good for elk, saying we need these “highland balds” to keep elk out of the roads, or some such nonsense.’

    Does he also advocate two or three blocks wide “containment zones” around teh ghetto to make sure that THOSE people don’t get into the neighborhoods where decent folk live?

  3. Sheeesh. * facepalm* There’s really nothing else to say.

  4. Joseph Stans

    These guys are priceless national resource. Where else can you consistently get humor delivered so consistantly.

    • …If it were =just= humor, that would be fine. But these fuckers have a very bad tendency to be persistent enough to get their grimy mitts on the levers of power…

      • Joseph Stans

        You are, of course, right but it is important to remember that they are incompetent. The huge donors they have/had found out that no a mount of money can by competence. You can put $10 million into the campaign of a muffin head and you end up with a muffin head. See Mitt Romney for details.

      • GregH

        The Romney debacle points out the whole fallacy inherit in the Republican bromide about good businessmen and managers making good politicians. Of course, it is very hard for a competent, sane person to motivate their base right now. LOL

  5. Sorry y’all … just found out the link was broken but it’s fixed now.

  6. “The Romney debacle points out the whole fallacy inherit in the Republican bromide about good businessmen and managers making good politicians.”

    I think what it really points out is that undeserving “silver spooners” like Mittunswillard AREN’T good businessmen. They don’t know how to allocate resources, hire good help or balance the books. They rely on others to do all of the real work while they sit back and amass profit.