Taking a Long, Long, Long Look at Herman’s 9-9-9 Plan Phil ScarrOctober 19, 2011 Class Warfare, Election 2012, Equality, Humor, Idiocy/Lunacy, Insanity, National Politics, News, Social Justice, Taxes, Tea Party, The Economy, The Numbers Game, Those Kooky Conservatives! 30 Comments Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan in one, long graph. 9-9-9 plan, Herman Cain, Taxes ← Walker and WI GOP Ignore Jobs in Favor of Special Interests Paul Ryan Backs Herman Cain and Sim City → 30 thoughts on “Taking a Long, Long, Long Look at Herman’s 9-9-9 Plan” Orlin Sellers October 19, 2011 at 11:26 am This is just an observation, not an accusation, but it appears to me you are racist. The reason I say that is because you have no problem with any idiotic plan a mulatto president comes up with, but let an actual REAL black man come up with a similar idiotic idea and all hell breaks loose. As I said, it’s an observation, not an accusation. Reply Steven Reynolds October 19, 2011 at 11:41 am It seems to me you are a racist, given that you will not criticize a plan given by a black man, but have all sort of problems with Barack Obama. Of course, you are a fool as well to ignore facts. Reply Steve Carlson October 19, 2011 at 11:43 am Orlin, I fear you may be a pertinacious addle-pate. Reply Phil Scarr Post authorOctober 19, 2011 at 11:53 am It’s just an observation, not an accusation, but it appears that you are a moron. Not as in “gee, what a moron,” but as in the clinical definition of “moron” circa 1910: “”Moron” was coined in 1910 by psychologist Henry H. Goddard from the Ancient Greek word μωρός (moros), which meant “dull” (as opposed to oxy, which meant “sharp”), and used to describe a person with a mental age in adulthood of between 8 and 12 on the Binet scale.“ There’s that whole “If you don’t understand the painting, criticize the frame” problem you have rearing it’s idiotic head again. To believe in authenticity in racial politics is to buy into a big lie. But then, consider who it is that went there. Moron, indeed. Reply Orlin Sellers October 19, 2011 at 11:59 am Phil, what part makes me a moron? The part where I called Cain’s plan idiotic? Reply Phil Scarr Post authorOctober 19, 2011 at 12:07 pm The part where you, playing the role of moron, say The reason I say that is because you have no problem with any idiotic plan a mulatto president comes up with, but let an actual REAL black man come up with a similar idiotic idea and all hell breaks loose. As if Obama is somehow inauthentic and Cain is authentic. As if their race matters in the creation of economic policy. As if anyone actually other than you identified an equivalence between their economic policies. And as if you have any comprehension of what I’m talking about. You’re a moron in the 1910 sense of the word. Reply Orlin Sellers October 19, 2011 at 12:15 pm I understand your denial that it is race based. I’m sure that you never accused anyone of being a racist because they perhaps didn’t support or vote for the mulatto. Reply Phil Scarr Post authorOctober 19, 2011 at 12:36 pm No, I reserve the term “racist” for people like you, Orlin, who use the word “mulatto” without understanding it’s origins. Reply Orlin Sellers October 19, 2011 at 12:47 pm Phil, you are correct, I don’t know the origins of every word, but I’m sure you do. However, that doesn’t mean I don’t know the definition of the word, and clearly, the president is a mulatto, And thanks for proving my point that you do call people racists. Reply Phil Scarr Post authorOctober 19, 2011 at 1:00 pm Yes, I do call people such as yourself racists when they demonstrate racist behavior. You are a racist, Orlin because you toss words around and pretend they don’t mean what they mean. You hear dog whistles and you pant and drool. Own it. You want to call me out? Go for it. You tried it before and it got you a verbal ass kicking you’re still recovering from. As for mulatto, try and learn something here. “Eguilaz y Yanguas (1886) who stated that mulato was derived from ‘muguallad’ [muwallad] “he born of Arab father and foreign mother or a slave father and a free mother” and this [M]ulato in 1528 had a readily understood meaning in both Lisbon and São Tomé. It is conceivable that it meaning was very close to that of malado of the 1300s, that is, to refer to persons born and raised in a feudal relationship with local white males and with the Crown. The people in question would have been mixtures of Jewish, African, and Portuguese Christian ancestry, since many Jewish children had been forcibly shipped to São Tomé. When you call the President of the United States a mulatto, you’re calling him a slave. You know what Orlin? Fuck you you racist little pissant motherfucker! Fuck you and the whole racist lot of TeaOP asswipes you hang out with! Fuck you, you prideful know-nothing little douchebag! There, I feel much better now. Reply Orlin Sellers October 19, 2011 at 1:14 pm Ummm, I’m kinda nervous telling you this because you may have a brain fart but, this isn’t 1528 and we are not in Lisbon. It is 2011 and we are in the USSA. And since the Age of Enlightenment is defined as, hold on to your hat, “a person having one Black and one White parent”. If you have one of those big books with all the words in it, you can look it up yer ownself. Reply Zuma Bound October 19, 2011 at 2:56 pm Phil: “You know what Orlin? Fuck you you racist little pissant motherfucker! Fuck you and the whole racist lot of TeaOP asswipes you hang out with! Fuck you, you prideful know-nothing little douchebag!” What Phil said, you little racist pissant! Zuma Bound October 19, 2011 at 3:27 pm You are truly pathetic, Orlin. Truly pathetic. “Mulatto” is just a word that a white boy like you should stay away from. But, you know what, Orlin, I know that you won’t, and that says more about you than anything that Phil or I or anyone else could say to you about the racism that informs everything that you have to say. In any event, it just isn’t up to you to define who is African-American or not. Herman Cain is a black man that wingnuts like you love because he denies the existence of racism, in general, denies the existence of racism in the TeaOP, specifically, denies that this racism which doesn’t exist has anything to do with income and opportunity disparities confronting minorities. He isn’t representative of black opinion, nor will he ever be. Ironically, for as much as you tout his “racial purity”, his “blackness”, you love him precisely because he denies his “blackness”, choosing instead to serve the interests of those who want to keep the black man in his place. People like you like to trot him out, and say, “See, we’re not racist. We support a black man for President.” But, at the end of the day, because racism still runs rampant in the Republican party, he won’t be your candidate. Some white man will be, Mitt (“Caspar The Ghost” Romney more than likely. Herman Cain is just a useful idiot, a “beard”. Herman Cain will never be President. So, get used to it. And get used to having a black man named Barack Obama in the Oval Office for another four years. That said, fuck you, white boy and your racist observations on the “black experience” in America Zach W October 20, 2011 at 7:32 pm Take a deep breath, count to ten, and back away from the keyboard. Reply Zuma Bound October 19, 2011 at 7:02 pm Orlin [to Phil]: “I’m sure that you never accused anyone of being a racist because they perhaps didn’t support or vote for the mulatto.” “”[T]he mulatto?!” Why not just call President Obama the N-word, you racist douche! You disgust me, Orlin. Reply CJ McD October 19, 2011 at 9:20 pm It doesn’t take any long, long thought. Give it ten seconds of serious thinking and you will know….it’s all on the middle class (comsumption, income), And would it generate an adequate level of tax to pay down the debt…. come on Bevis…. Think! Reply Phil Scarr Post authorOctober 20, 2011 at 7:29 am One day in the near future, Orlin, after President Obama has won his second term, you’ll be sitting in a bar or a restaurant with a group of your racist TeaOP buddies. You’ll be laughing and joking about how the “fake” black guy won the election. “That mulatto, Obama” you’ll say, “he’s not a REAL black man like Herman Cain!” You’ll all laugh at how funny it is to get to decide who’s a real black man and who isn’t. Much like your slave-owning forebears, you get to decide who is the house nigger and who is the field nigger. What fun! But what you and the other KKK wannabes at your table missed while you were enjoying yourselves was the table across the room. A small group of off-duty firefighters or maybe construction workers will have overheard you. They will speak quietly to one another with unacknowledged glances toward your little Klaven. One of them rises to his feet, a rather large African-American man who clearly does more than just type at a keyboard for a living. As he makes his way towards your table, his buddies stand up too. You’ll see him approach, Orlin, because he’ll be looking right at you. When he reaches your table, the group of miscreants and cowards you call friends will grow eerily quiet as one after another stare into their beers, look at the walls, check their phones and pretend to search for the waitress. One of them may even excuse himself to go to the bathroom, the sudden need to void his bladder a now uncontrollable urge. This large man will tower over you. He will look you square in the eyes and say in a low, cool, collected voice backstopped by rage held in check by the thinest of social bonds, “Did I just hear you call the President of the United States a mulatto? ” You see, Orlin, there are actually people in the world who know a racist dog whistle when they hear it. And they’re not just TeaOP members who think the Southern Strategy was a good idea. This isn’t some little frat-boy inside joke to them. Words have actual meanings. Words can have consequences. And when he asks you to repeat yourself, for the record of course, I wonder what you’ll do? “Why don’t we step outside where we can discuss this problem you have with the President.” And like the keyboard commando you are, you’ll stare at his shoes and say that you didn’t mean anything by it and that you were only joking and you might even muster the courage to whisper something about the first amendment. But you won’t stand up. It might be because you’re scared or simply because you’ve urinated in your pants out of sheer, abject terror. You can’t actually face this man whom you’ve just insulted and defend your views, verbally or physically. You lack the intestinal, nay the testicular fortitude to actually defend your beliefs. You will mutter and dissemble in the hope that this nightmare will soon end. I hope you play the tough guy. I hope you stand up, go outside and then wake up in the ER with tubes and electrodes attached to your body, your jaw wired shut and your face a bloody pulp. Sometimes that’s what it takes for people to learn a lesson. All I know is that I want to be there when you find out how painful it can be to try and digest the bloody fragments of your own teeth. Reply Zuma Bound October 20, 2011 at 4:02 pm Right on, brother. Reply Orlin Sellers October 20, 2011 at 10:13 pm Or, I suppose, that person that overhears me could be a follower of Farrakhan and repeats that famous line to me, ” That’s a murderer in the White House.” Another possibility is that person could have heard the great Thomas Sowell say recently, that indeed, Obama was not as black as a Herman Cain, growing up in Hawaii, attending expensive private schools. You don’t seem to take different points of view very well. Have you noticed that? I’m sure other have. Reply Zuma Bound October 20, 2011 at 10:29 pm You don’t get it, Orlin. You’ll never get it. And it’s high time that you stuck your racist observations on the “black experience” in America right up where the sun doesn’t shine. Time to STFU, white boy. Reply Zuma Bound October 20, 2011 at 10:40 pm Orlin: “You don’t seem to take different points of view very well. Have you noticed that? I’m sure other [sic] have.” Aw, Orlin, you poor sap. We’re happy to entertain all sorts of different kinds of conservative opinions here. Articulate and intelligent conservatives like Locke will attest to that. We draw the line, however, at idiots like you who do nothing more than waste our time. “Have you noticed that? I’m sure others have.” Reply Orlin Sellers October 19, 2011 at 11:44 am You might wanna try rereading what I wrote. Reply Zach W October 19, 2011 at 6:40 pm Wow, those are some really long red bars on that graph. Reply Orlin Sellers October 19, 2011 at 6:44 pm LOL!!! Do ya think? Reply Zach W October 19, 2011 at 6:55 pm I was speaking from a formatting standpoint…I really had to scroll down to get to the comments. Reply Orlin Sellers October 19, 2011 at 7:14 pm That’s what I thought you meant, I mean, it is a long way down! OOPS! I just made it longer by responding. Reply ray October 19, 2011 at 8:05 pm Phil and Zuma just confirmed they are infected with the libtard germ. Reply Zach W October 19, 2011 at 8:27 pm “Phil and Zuma just confirmed they are infected with the libtard germ.” Libtard? Really? Write that again and see what happens. Reply Phil Scarr Post authorOctober 19, 2011 at 9:11 pm Yes, we call it “knowledge.” It’s highly infectious. Only the TeaOP regard it as a disease and seem to be immunized against it. Reply Zuma Bound October 19, 2011 at 9:51 pm Ray was inoculated in utero. . . Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.