Friday, February 5, 2010

Sarah Palin And The Retards

The saying of the word "retard" pronounced REE tard, as in referring to someone fucked up in the head as opposed to re TARD meaning to halt the forward progress of something, or in reference to motion or music-playing....you get the fuckin' idea.....
well Sarah Palin is all over this and Rush Limbaugh is all over this and the head of the Special Olympics is all over this and the nigger in chief's chief of staff is all over this, and I declare, I have never seen a more THOROUGH writing of a "news" item in my life. There are details galore, which is NEVER the case in a news item, so enjoy now what is important in America: the use of the word reetard when talking about someone's brainpower. Reetard of course is one of the words I use MOST. Good luck to all of these people, including Sarah Palin - who seems to get stupider by the day. I hate to say. But that's politics. It either makes you stupid or evil. But usually not both. Just one or the other. And it seems to be making Palin stupid. I'd still like to see her tits and pussy and ass though.




"55 mins ago
Sarah Palin's campaign against the derogatory usage of the word "retard" collided with her campaign to maintain her popularity with conservatives today, with confusing results.
A Palin spokeswoman seemed to back away from earlier criticism of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh. Yesterday, when asked for comment on Limbaugh's use of the "r" word in a recent broadcast, Palin spokeswoman told Greg Sargent of the Washington Post, "Governor Palin believes crude and demeaning name-calling at the expense of others is disrespectful." Today, Stapleton claims the statement was meant generally and she was not specifically referring to Limbaugh. Still, she declined to say that Palin believes Limbaugh's statements were acceptable. Sargent reprinted the email he sent Stapleton in which he specifically asked about Limbaugh's statement.
Palin's non-rebuke rebuke of Limbaugh comes after she called on President Obama, earlier in the week, to fire his chief of staff after using the word. According to the Wall Street Journal, Rahm Emanuel called liberal activists who wanted to run ads against conservative Democrats "f------ retarded" in a closed-door meeting at the White House. On her Facebook page, Palin likened Emanuel's "slur on all God's children with cognitive and developmental disabilities" to using the "N-word," something she deemed "unacceptable" and "heartbreaking." Emanuel later issued an apology to Special Olympics chairman and CEO Tim Shriver.
However, Palin's conservative cohort Rush Limbaugh took offense to people, presumably including Palin, protesting Emanuel's remark. On his radio show, Limbaugh lamented that "our political correct society is acting like some giant insult's taken place by calling a bunch of people who are retards, retards." That comment caused Greg Sargent to request a reaction from Palin's spokeswoman. It also caused confusion over whether Palin believes Limbaugh's public statements - like Emanuel's private ones - crossed the line.
One person who is not letting Limbaugh off the hook is Special Olympics CEO Tim Shriver. Shriver's campaign against the "r" word is the reason Emanuel issued an apology when the controversy initially broke out. Shriver's office exclusively provided Yahoo! News with a strongly worded email he sent to Limbaugh today, part of which reads:
As a public figure, you have the great opportunity to influence the hearts and minds of millions of people in this country and around the world. People with intellectual disabilities - the largest group of people with disabilities in the world - have suffered generations of discrimination and humiliation. In the 21st century, they, together with their families and friends, are continuing their battle for the simplest form of justice: the justice that comes with a recognition of their full humanity. In their eyes and in the hearts of millions of others who love and care about them, language is important. So together, we have chosen to try to sensitize others to the pervasive but often ignored prejudice they suffer by asking for a change of language and a change of heart. For you or for anyone else to mock those who strive, often against long odds, for the recognition and respect they deserve, seems gratuitously hurtful and degrading.
Our message is as simple as it is powerful: people with intellectual disabilities are human beings. Gaining social recognition of that humanity continues to be an elusive goal for them and for those who love and care about them. For centuries, they have borne the stigma of institutionalization, sterilization, social isolation, and bigotry. The names associated with them - such as "retarded" and "retard" - have for too long been used as cruel taunts.
Despite the searing pain that this word (and others) has visited on millions, people with intellectual disabilities have nonetheless persevered to try to gain their dignity. For half a century, mothers, fathers, siblings, and people with intellectual disabilities have worked to open the eyes of the world to the simple truth that each of us has gifts. They do not deserve to be mocked by you."
In closing, Shriver calls on Limbaugh to help the mentally disabled by "ending your use of this term and by further using your great influence and position to help others do the same." (Read the whole letter here.)
The controversy over the "R-word" comes just as the Special Olympics is gearing up for its second annual "Spread The Word to End the Word" campaign.They have set up a website, www.r-word.org, where people can pledge not to use the word anymore. According to a spokesperson, they're hoping to obtain at least 100,000 pledges to "change the conversation," and as of this writing, they've collected over 55,000 pledges, including Rahm Emanuel's.
- Brett Michael Dykes is a contributor to the Yahoo! News blog."

4 Comments:

At February 5, 2010 at 5:58 PM , Blogger Mick said...

Still like the sound of "reetarded nigger"... and as far as Sarah Palin, maybe they should try flushing her down a Cambria toilet! She herself is turning into a reetard! But, she's still a looker!!

 
At February 5, 2010 at 9:14 PM , Blogger Backwater said...

We talkin' 'bought border hoppers?
Retard was the first word I learned in the first grade on the school play ground. I later learned about sex there too.

 
At February 5, 2010 at 11:32 PM , Blogger jj solari said...

i learned about reetard sex in the first grade, which is even more advanced than the regular sex you learn about in the first grade. you want to have a good time show a retard chick your dick. then just stand there and wait for the fun to start.

 
At February 6, 2010 at 7:10 PM , Blogger Bob Frapples said...

I couldn't get the picture of ms. sarah in a pair of boots, and nothing else, out of my mind...ok...Where were we now...?

 

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