Another Claytonian Moron gets media face-time

I have a Global Warming post rolling around in my head, but it will have to wait. This is unbelievable!

Oh, Pu-leeze. Another fine example of a logic-challenged elected official from Clayton County.

A state lawmaker angrily lashed out at a legislative committee this morning after it rejected her request to hang a portrait of Coretta Scott King in the state Capitol, saying the committee’s action was comparable to calling King an N-word.

Rep. Roberta Abdul-Salaam (D-Riverdale) also asserted that the House Special Rules Committee’s action was worse than radio shock jock Don Imus calling the Rutgers University women’s basketball team “nappy-headed hos.”

“It is just like calling Mrs. King a nappy-headed (N-word),” Abdul-Salaam told reporters after the committee rejected House Resolution 376, killing it for this legislative session.

Rather than listen to the logical, even-handed explanations…

Committee chairman Calvin Hill (R-Canton) said race had nothing to do with his panel’s decision, calling King a “wonderful humanitarian.”

“Mrs. King was a wonderful person and has done a lot of wonderful things but the (Capitol) venue is designed for people that are involved in the government of the state of Georgia primarily,” Hill said. “And there are a few exceptions, but very few and those were made a long time ago.”

…she stoops to race-baiting with outrageous comments. Evidently, she went to the Al-Sharpton-School-of-Racial-Hate-Mongoring and minored in Idiotic Displacement Victimization Communication. OOOOO. There’s a controversy brewing….I’ll repeat the nasty words and get lots of media attention! OOOO! OOOO!

Mrs. King was an exemplary woman. I wrote my first post about her, right after her “funeral” (which the media and her own children ruined). If Rep. Abdul-Salaam was serious about furthering black interests in her district and in the state, she’d stand up and work out some legislation about this kind of trash. Removing the influence of this p_rn and filth that damages children and teens and women of all colors – that’s something Mrs. King would have stood behind.

1 Comment

  1. R-daleRules said,

    April 12, 2007 at 2:25 pm

    Ur the one thats the moron! Do you live there? Know this-
    Blacks wil RUN whitey out of Clayton CO

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