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mvassilev
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posted January 01, 2010 10:51 PM

KKK: You need a good credit history to join our hate group

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20091231/ap_on_re_us/us_corrections_officer_kkk_2

GAINESVILLE, Fla. An Alachua County Sheriff's Office corrections officer who acknowledged being a member of the Ku Klux Klan has been fired for belonging to a subversive or terrorist organization, a violation of the agency's code of ethics.

Wayne Kerschner was fired Tuesday following a 10-month internal investigation.

The investigation revealed that Kerschner applied online for membership to the United Northern and Southern Knights of the Ku Klux Klan a year ago, paid $30 a month for access to a members-only Klan Web site and that the group did a thorough background check that included his credit history before allowing him to join.

The Klan has "extremely high standards,"
Kerschner told investigators, according to an administrative investigation report released Thursday. "They do a complete criminal background check on everybody."


Whatever happened to good ol' days, when all you needed to join was hate in your heart? KKK has lost their way, my friends...

I guess they just want their members to be
*puts on sunglasses*
a credit to their race.
YEEEEEAAAAAAH!
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posted January 02, 2010 02:30 PM

my criminal background is perfectly white.
it is better than black.
may I join?
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posted January 02, 2010 02:38 PM
Edited by Celfious at 08:25, 04 Jan 2010.

edited for the protection of by break wires

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posted January 02, 2010 02:41 PM

Phhhf, KKK is not what the earlier KKK was. Well unrelated groups are unrelated groups....
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posted January 02, 2010 02:44 PM

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Phhhf, KKK is not what the earlier KKK was. Well unrelated groups are unrelated groups....


The Earlier KKK lives and it's not this

these guys are bunch of fakes
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posted January 02, 2010 02:45 PM
Edited by Celfious at 08:27, 04 Jan 2010.

new and old they all are pretty handy when I want to wipe up some random mess

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posted January 02, 2010 10:21 PM

Well, a hate-mongering organisation rarely is run via donations.
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posted January 02, 2010 11:16 PM

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Well, a hate-mongering organisation rarely is run via donations.
The republicans find sponsors all over.
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posted January 02, 2010 11:36 PM

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The republicans find sponsors all over.

Remind me who they hate?
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mvassilev
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posted January 03, 2010 01:10 AM

Anyone who's not a corporation or a white Christian.
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posted January 03, 2010 01:11 AM

I wanted to see what Dagoth's answer was.
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posted January 04, 2010 06:07 AM
Edited by Elodin at 06:07, 04 Jan 2010.

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Well, a hate-mongering organisation rarely is run via donations.
The republicans find sponsors all over.


Sorry, the Republicans don't advocate hate.

You perhaps are unaware that it is the Repbulican Party that championed the end of slavery and who championed civil rights. I suggest you check the Congressional voting records. The democrats opposed civil rights and held filabusters to try to prevent civil rights legislation.
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posted January 04, 2010 06:12 AM
Edited by DagothGares at 06:47, 04 Jan 2010.

@ Ponyreborn: I think I would've said non-white supremacists and the poor! Oh, and smart people. AND People who aren't particularly fond of America (You can giit out!) and GODDAMN PEACE-LUVIN' HIPPIES! Oh, and homosexuals.

Though, the first sentence would be said half-jokingly.

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posted January 04, 2010 10:31 AM

There are hundreds of KKK splinter groups around these days, some of which are at odds with each other.

Some of these are Christian groups who, instead of committing hate crimes, only combat the major aspects African-American culture, namely rap music.

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posted January 04, 2010 12:14 PM

Dagoth, obviously you don't know anything about Republicans. But that's understandable considering the extremist liberal propaganda machine called television paints that view of Republicans.

For instance: Those "GODDAMN PEACE-LUVIN' HIPPIES" from the 60s were more like modern Republicans than modern Democrats. I think most of those people from that era would be appalled at what has become of the Democratic Party, and what passes for liberalism today.

And as far as the KKK, I don't know which political party is most represented in the KKK, but it wouldn't surprise me at all if there were more Democrats than Republicans. And I suspect that was even more true in the past.

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posted January 04, 2010 07:15 PM

The Democrats are also a hate group. They hate everyone whom the Republicans don't hate.
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posted January 05, 2010 12:27 AM

Binabik, I'm young and European. What do you want? I hardly even know about internal politics in Belgium. It's not for lack of trying, though! I followed the 2008 elections and spent every day around an average of two hours following CNN about it. It's not my fault that no one tells me the positions of the political parties in question, except in broad (and I mean broad) lines.

I mean, I know republicans can have different positions. I know Mccain was for stricter gun control and Palin not at all (she being an NRA-member, though I wouldn't know if Mccain is, but I guess not).

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For instance: Those "GODDAMN PEACE-LUVIN' HIPPIES" from the 60s were more like modern Republicans than modern Democrats.
I didn't know they were at all loved by any government branch, though admittedly, I know little of the subject. the idea seems strange to me.

Mvass, all politicians are haters! Even in Belgium, the most popular party is headed by this dude who wants to impose traditional gender roles and a curfew (some other things as well, but it's kind of ambiguous, like booting out all foreigners and tear apart belgium and close libraries you can see why I don't warm to him). "Flemish money in Flemish hands" is what the dude says. Anyway, politicians don't get far if they say stuff is okay. No one will listen to you. The inherent wrongness of today has to be OBVIOUS and SOMEONE is to blame! AND it can be changed if you vote for me!

The good thing about a two-party-system is tht they can be portrayed as this ying-yang-balance group. Though, with six political parties here, it's still easy for me to point the monstrous one.

Also, no offense to anyone. I don't respect any politician or political party, until they've proven to have killed a bear with their bare hands or something. Also, Obama was portrayed as the messiah in here
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posted January 05, 2010 12:38 AM
Edited by blizzardboy at 00:39, 05 Jan 2010.

Binabik is just touchy cause he was in the War when he was a young lad (the Revolutionary War of 1775 that is).
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posted January 08, 2010 09:07 PM

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Well, a hate-mongering organisation rarely is run via donations.
The republicans find sponsors all over.


Sorry, the Republicans don't advocate hate.

You perhaps are unaware that it is the Repbulican Party that championed the end of slavery and who championed civil rights. I suggest you check the Congressional voting records. The democrats opposed civil rights and held filabusters to try to prevent civil rights legislation.


/facepalm

Did I really defend the right for this clown to say whatever he wants?  And why is the kiddie glove treatment constantly being applied to him?  

Screw it.

Ladies and gentlemen, Elodin has for some time been saying how republicans are the true and historic champions of civil rights.  He mentions Lincoln's accomplishments and the fact that it was, and I quote, "the democrats" who opposed the civil rights act of 1964.  If one pays attention to the regional voting on that act, people won't be surprised to find it was the white, racist, segregationist democrats from the south that vehemently opposed this landmark legislation.  

There is a reason why those democrats were coined, "southern democrats."  And there's a reason why Johnson, upon signing the civil rights act, lamented that with this signing the democrats had just lost the south.  So whatever came of those white, racist, segregationist democrats?  Well since they found they weren't welcome in the democratic party, they found themselves heavily courted by the republicans.  Some of them disappeared.  And some of their children found their way to FOX News, some three decades later.  

I would warn people to be very wary of the kind of spinstering that Elodin does.  It is uncivil to and penalty worthy to donkey punch him, but rubbing his face in the foul excrement of his own words should merit praise and not punishment.


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Elodin
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posted January 08, 2010 11:38 PM
Edited by Elodin at 23:41, 08 Jan 2010.

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I would warn people to be very wary of the kind of spinstering that Elodin does.  It is uncivil to and penalty worthy to donkey punch him, but rubbing his face in the foul excrement of his own words should merit praise and not punishment.




It would be ill-advised for a punk to try to punch me.

As always, you open your mouth and raw sewage spews forth. Demoncrats love to follow the tactics of the liar Saul Alinski, seeking to demonize their opponents rather than to address the facts.

The facts are decidedly not in favor of the democrat party's claim to be the champion of civil rights. In fact, their claims can only be called an outright lie.

The KKK was founded as the terrorist wing of the demoncrat party. It terrorized and murdered those whom the democrats did not consider to be human beings.

Oh, while Johnson signed the civil rights bill, when in Congress he opposed civil rights.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB121617172687056531.html

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Everyone knows this, but it's worth repeating: The Republican Party is the party of Abraham Lincoln and was established in 1854 to block the expansion of slavery. The Democratic Party was the party of slavery: Its two founders, Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, owned large numbers of slaves, and every [democrat] party platform before the Civil War defended the institution unequivocally.

After the war, it was the Republican Party that rammed through the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution over Democratic opposition. Republicans also enacted a series of civil-rights laws that culminated in the Civil Rights Act of 1875, which basically did what the Civil Rights Act of 1964 accomplished.

Unfortunately, the Supreme Court struck down the Civil Rights Act of 1875, as well as a number of other civil-rights measures enacted by Republicans to protect the freed slaves. In Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), the court gave constitutional cover to segregation, effectively prohibiting federal efforts to tackle racial inequality until Brown v. Board of Education in 1954. And any federal civil-rights laws left on the books were repealed by Democrats once they got control of Congress and the White House in 1893.

Nevertheless, Republicans continued to make strenuous efforts to aid African-Americans. In 1890, they passed a force bill in the House of Representatives to send federal troops into the South to protect the voting rights of African-Americans. These rights were being violated everywhere in that region by laws, practices and violence perpetrated by the Ku Klux Klan and similar groups allied with the Democratic Party.

In 1900 (under President McKinley) and again in 1922 (under Harding), Republicans tried to enact an antilynching law. Coolidge asked for legislation again in his 1923 State of the Union message. Unfortunately, Southern Democrats in the Senate routinely filibustered every Republican effort to aid African-Americans.

Even Franklin Roosevelt wouldn't challenge the Senate's Southern caucus. Despite a landslide re-election victory in 1936, including overwhelming majorities in every Southern state, he refused to lend any support to another antilynching bill. Nor would he end the segregation of the armed forces established by Democrat Woodrow Wilson during World War I.

While Harry Truman deserves great credit for ending racial segregation in the military and the civil service, his efforts to pass civil-rights legislation also died from Southern Democratic opposition despite strong support from Republicans, who controlled Congress in 1947 and 1948. This makes Dwight Eisenhower's success in passing civil rights bills in 1957 and 1960 all the more remarkable, since Democrats then controlled both Houses of Congress.

Lyndon Johnson consistently opposed civil-rights legislation while he was in Congress, but as president worked hard to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Neither would have passed without the strong support of congressional Republicans, who provided the margin of victory.

Richard Nixon is said to have developed a "Southern strategy" of using racial code words like "law and order" to gain votes in the South. Yet he did more to desegregate southern schools than any president in history. Nixon also created affirmative action to help break the power of racist labor unions, and minority set-asides for government contracts to aid black entrepreneurs.

Historically speaking, the Republican Party has a far better record on race than the Democrats. Sen. McCain should not be shy about saying so. He should explain that African-Americans will be much better off in the long run if they are receptive to candidates of both parties instead of being virtual captives of only one, which is then free to take them for granted.

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