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I really am running out of words for all the white geriatric Republican assholes who have descended on Florida like a swarm of angry, resentful locusts.  Here’s the latest Old who’s attending the RNC as a delegate and got the vapors over being forced to interact with a dirty brown person:

Prior to National Republican Convention we visited Disney for three days.  During our time at Epcot we visited the different countries.  It was neat seeing each country and the employees were from that individual country.  Then we visited America . . . one would think you would find American employees.  We were offended to find a person from Mexico working in America.  Mark spoke up and told them he was highly offended after visiting the other countries and seeing employees from that country and then come to America and find a Mexican.  He was very civil but his point was well made.

Gosh, why do these racists keep popping up at Republican events.  Hmm…

Oh well, the Synder County GOP says “Nothing to see here!”:

The local GOP in Snyder County, Pennsylvania has rushed to disavow Harris’ overtly racist comments. County Commissioner Malcolm Derk told The Daily Item, “Americans are people of any race, color or heritage. Cheers to the individual working at Epcot for showing what a true American looks like.”

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  1. Mike says:

    Ya know what really pissed him off the most?
    “Spaceship Earth had the balls to show Moooooooslims doing something with stars or something.” (not meant to be factual, just like Paul RyAyn)

  2. shle896 says:

    Yeah, cause we all know this group of Republicans are all direct descendants of the Pilgrims who came here on the Mayflower and they don’t have a non-white gene in their pool. Ignorance is bliss.

    • Metavirus says:

      didn’t you get the memo that we define “Americans” by the venerable book that Republicans update every fifty years that curses the chosen pariahs with the cold hand of non-Americanness. Once the Irish didn’t count, sometimes French, once the dirty Italians, never forget “Native” Americans (ha, “native”, I’m so sure), OF COURSE lazy Mexicans, and naturally a Kenyan-born Moooslem who hates America and is driven by anti-colonialism.

      it must be tiring to spend so much time adjusting the walls of exclusion to keep out all those dirty hordes who are intent on destroying of safe, purely white amuricah.

      “Give me your tired, your poor,
      Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
      The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
      Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
      I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

  3. Doug says:

    Okay, there’s a lot of stupid in both the original post and the GOP’s reaction.

    I worked for Disney for a while; they have a very complex hiring process, and a majority of their work force comes from college internships. The Mexican he’s talking down about was likely a well-educated college student. I worked with some awesome Mexicans at the Tower of Terror and Rock’n’Roller Coaster shops, and I keep in touch with some of them almost five years later.

    This guy apparently assumes that any Mexican he sees is an illegal immigrant.

    Moreover, the GOP is wrong in saying that this person was an American. If their name tag read “Mexico”, then they’re a Mexican citizen; Disney name badges have the city and country of international employees, the city and state of American employees, or the college of student employees. This person was almost certainly a Mexican citizen working legally in the United States. The entire response seems incredibly reactionary, intended to not piss off potential Mexican-American voters when they’re not really involved with this at all.

    Also, Epcot is proud of hiring people from all over the world to work at their park, and it’s no longer set up so that the employees are segregated to their country. Certain roles are set aside for natives, but the employee in question may have had a specific skill which required their presence in the American pavilion. Or maybe they were filling in for someone who was sick. The entire point of Epcot is to foster international relations while presenting their cultures, something the GOP is not a big fan of.

  4. Cthulhu says:

    It’s of interest to note that the idiot who originally posted that drivel doesn’t allow comments.

    Republicans, cowards one and all.

  5. 0whole1 says:

    As opposed to leaving a place better than when you found it:
    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/09/07/167529/dnc-gives-7500-pounds-of-leftovers.html

    Via BalloonJuice, I think.

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