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Why I Love CPAC #1: A “feminist new black man” is “a crossover between RuPaul and Barney Frank.”

by David Badash on February 18, 2010

in Bigotry Watch,Civil Rights,Discrimination,News,Politics,Religion

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CPAC: The Conservative Political Action Conference is an annual conference that started in 1973. It has grown to be a large gathering of radical conservatives that panders to white, middle-aged republicans, tea-partiers, and other hate-based, ignorant, and fear- based segments of America that are fading fast.

When I say “I Love CPAC,” I mean that I love to see that unashamed group of people who hate you and me so much that they feel free to speak from their heart, and I can share their hate with you. Hopefully, that will help you educate those folks who don’t really know what this part of America looks like.

But don’t get too comfortable. They need to be fought because we need to always remember that elections matter, and elections are always decided not by a majority, but by that 5% of folks that are undecided until the last few moments of any election.

Trust me, if you are intelligent, educated, and gay or gay-friendly, these folks hate you. Yes, they hate you.

Watching it on C-SPAN, on cannot help but feel shame and disgust. Shame that fellow citizens have become such hate-mongers, disgust that fellow citizens have become such hate-mongers.

Here’s a clip of this morning’s address to CPAC by TownHall.com and HotAir.com contributor Jason Mattera.

Thanks to Media Matters for all they do, and for this clip:
“Mattera mocks college feminism classes, says a “feminist new black man” is “a crossover between RuPaul and Barney Frank.”

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