White-Hating Segregationists Master Photoshop and a Few Big Words — Will Other Skills Follow?

The white-hating segregationists are at it again.

Last week, one of their number put Maryland’s black Lt. Governor Michael Steele in blackface, crudely attempting to claim that since Steele is conservative he’s not truly black but a white man in blackface (it is taken for granted that to be white is to be evil).

More significantly, a major metropolitan newspaper claimed Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas “deserves an asterisk [when he is referred to as ‘black’] because he arguably does not represent the views of mainstream black America.” This is a leftie j-school graduate’s way of screaming “OREO” and “UNCLE TOM” while maintaining a slight pretense of sophistication (“asterisk,” you see, has three syllables, while street racists, the j-schoolers no doubt suppose, tend to stick with the two-syllable “Oreo” and “Uncle Tom” epithets).

After Project 21 (among others), complained about these racist acts, another of the latter-day segregationists has spoken up. Apparently, this fellow is upset that, in the photo at the bottom right of this page on Project 21’s website, Mychal Massie is pictured with Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, who is (brace yourselves), WHITE. (Yes — you read that right — Mychal associated with an evil white person.)

So the fellow did what any self-respecting segregationist would do – he photoshopped Mychal Massie’s face onto Aunt Jemima, and also on the body of an Italian pizza chef (based on the caption, the latter is apparently a weak attempt to insult Mychal by associating him with white Catholic pro-lifers).

You see, in the minds of the segregationists, we just can’t have black people and white people working together and getting along. No, that would just be wrong. What would Martin Luther King, Jr. have thought?

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