Lawrence McDonnell: It’s Racist to Tell NAACP the Truth

Both Nancy Pelosi and Lawrence O’Donnell have stated that Romney was manipulating the NAACP to his own benefit by telling them that he would repeal Obamacare.

Only Democrats are allowed to say “Obamacare”. David Axelrod is using the term in Obama’s campaign efforts.

Mitt Romney 'deliberately got booed by the NAACP to appeal to white racists' | Mail Online.

Below is an exchange between Lawrence O’Donnell and Goldie Taylor on his MSLSD show:

‘And tell me, Goldie, if I`m being too cynical, to think that the Romney campaign actually went in that room today with the hope of getting booed, at least three times, because they want the video of their candidate being booed by the NAACP to play in certain racist precincts where that will actually help them?’

Taylor responded that ‘I don`t think you`re being too cynical at all’, adding that Romney ‘used a word like “Obamacare,” which is a derisive term for the Affordable Care Act’.

Pelosi has also weighed in, to Bloomberg TV: “I think it was a calculated move on his part to get booed at the NAACP convention.”

If anything is demonstrated by the coverage of Romney at the NAACP meeting, it’s the fact that he is telling everyone the same story about Obamacare. He doesn’t have a different story for each audience on this matter.

Pharmer thinks it would be rude and disingenuous for Romney to address the NAACP Conference in Houston, and not bring up the fact that he opposes Obamacare. It would also be an overt lie to use the term “Affordable Care Act”, because it is not affordable, and the Congressional Budget Office has already readjusted its estimates of the cost to almost double those that were touted when the bill was presented.

Suddenly it has become racist for a politician to tell a consistent story when campaigning.

Watch Lawrence O’Donnell cry for Planned Parenthood

Anticipating their possible loss of tax payer funding, Lawrence O’Donnell weeps for planned parenthood.

Like Obama, who refused to assist his Auntie Zeituni and other impoverished relatives, the well-paid O’Donnell admits to allowing his friends to suffer inadequate medical care, dental care, and inability to watch his show on cable. He expects us to pay for that.

Whacked Out Lawrence O’Donnell Does not Know Tax Law

O’Donnell and Congressman Jason Chaffetz of Utah.

Watch this leftist, fruit&nut-cake, Lawrence O’Donnell say that money which is not spent on rent or motel rooms should be declared a second time as income. He also states that it is illegal to sleep in the Capitol building. This is funny, since we have video showing legislators doing this while “on the job”. Kudos to Chaffetz for saving money so he doesn’t have to hitch a free ride on a military jet to fly home.

Congressman sleeps during State of the Union speech.

Can’t Blame Sen. Byrd for Snoozing through Reid’s Speech.

Kieth Olbermann booted from MSNBC slot

The acquisition of MSNBC by ComCast has just been approved, and on the heels of that is the firing of Leftie commentator, Kieth Olbermann, from his primetime slot.

He’s to be replaced by Lawrence O’Donnell, along with a reshuffling of the night time lineup.

It’s trading one  leftie for another, so the move is no big deal, except for a change of style.   When Olbermann was around, people could have reassurance that they were  doing the right thing if Olberman listed them as his Worst Person in the World.

Leftie Racism

Lawrence O’Donnell: Sorry for invoking slavery.

Another Newbie on MS-LSD  (used to be NBC), Lawrence O’Donnell has been caught displaying his leftie racism towards Michael Steele, head of the Republican National Committee.

Little Larry had to apologize to Steele for implying that he’s dancing as fast as he can, as a slave to the RNC.

Trouble is,  Steele, being a RINO and  accustomed to media abuse, has accepted the insincere apology from MS LSD’s newest host, for a chance to be re-invited to the show.

The likes of this quote would get any right winger booted from the air, but O’Donnell will remain.

Said Larry:  “Michael Steele is dancing as fast as he can,” O’Donnell began his Steele intro, “trying to charm independent voters and Tea Partiers while never losing sight of his real master and paycheck provider, the Republican National Committee.”