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Monday, September 8, 2008

And The Biggestmutherfuckingdouchebagracist of the Moment Award Goes To….

posted by on September 8 at 18:46 PM

a prominent Young Republican. Naturally.

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - The leader of a statewide group of college Republicans has been forced to resign after posting racially insensitive comments about Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama on the Internet.

Adam LaDuca, 21, the former executive director of the Pennsylvania Federation of College Republicans, wrote on his Facebook page in late July that Obama has “a pair of lips so large he could float half of Cuba to the shores of Miami (and probably would.)”

LaDuca, who previously had called Martin Luther King Jr. a “pariah” and a “fraud,” also wrote: “And man, if sayin’ someone has large lips is a racial slur, then we’re ALL in trouble.”


I loathe Republicans. Without exception. Young, old, whatever. Make no mistake. All of them. Every. Fucking. One.

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Joe Biden was on the campaign trail in Pennsylvania that same day...

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3011/2841005903_505e4d425b_b.jpg

Posted by John Bailo | September 8, 2008 6:51 PM
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Posted by matt | September 8, 2008 6:56 PM
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"The comments were completely uncalled for and very offensive," said Anthony Pugliese, 22, a senior at West Chester University and chairman of the College Republicans, an umbrella group with more than 50 chapters statewide. "The P-A College Republicans do not accept or tolerate racism in any way."

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080908/ap_on_el_pr/college_republicans_obama

Posted by John Bailo | September 8, 2008 6:57 PM
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Really, Adrian, that's the biggest mother fucking racist comment you've ever heard? Really?

Posted by johnny | September 8, 2008 7:04 PM
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@4: I came in here to say that. Seriously? So- Adrian, have you ever commented on McCain's turkey neck? His cancer cheek? Anything having to do with his face? C'mon now. BIGGEST ever? You swim in small circles, eh?

Posted by seriously? | September 8, 2008 7:09 PM
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that young republican turd just crapped on my personal jesus. and no, i haven't said a word about mccain's damn cancer cheek. or turkey neck. and that is completely beside the point. but thatnk you for bringing those things up anyway.

Posted by adrian | September 8, 2008 7:12 PM
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Adrian was raised in a bubble and still lives in it.

Posted by Katy | September 8, 2008 7:25 PM
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Er, didn't Sarah Palin refer to Obama as "sambo"?


p.s. Adrian, if you think that was racist thing people have said about Obama, perhaps you should pop around to Queerty.

Posted by yucca flower | September 8, 2008 7:38 PM
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you know, obama actually has fairly thin lips, so not only is it a racist slur, it's a thoroughly inaccurate racist slur. what a dumbass kid.

Posted by ellarosa | September 8, 2008 7:46 PM
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Yeah, my lips are poofier than his.

Posted by keshmeshi | September 8, 2008 7:52 PM
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Er, not the most racist thing I've heard people say about Obama. Though the levels of Racism haven't yet reached the levels of sexism.

Right, ECB, right?

Posted by yucca flower | September 8, 2008 7:59 PM
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When it comes to fey Seattlites, BHO's support has more to do with his feeding the paraphilic infantism of the 38 year old "adults" here.

http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/full/160/11/1932

Here's the typical Washington Democrat describing his fantasy:

"Mr. A arrived on time for his appointment. He was dressed as a child and continued to speak in a childlike voice. During the first interview, Mr. A stated that he had wanted to be a baby since the age of 12 and he began wearing diapers at age 17. He was now seeking treatment because his desire to be a baby interfered with interpersonal relationships. He was unable to identify any precipitating events or stressors preceding his desire to be a baby or his subsequent return to wearing diapers. He began wearing diapers when he moved out of his parentsí home and was able to purchase and wear diapers secretively, without his parentsí knowledge. He continued to be secretive about his baby activities, but he would wear his baby clothes outside his home to several specific places, including toy stores, the barber shop, the masseuse, and the psychiatry clinic. Mr. A repeatedly stated that he wanted to be taken care of by a mommy who can hold me and rock me and give me a bottle. "

Posted by John Bailo | September 8, 2008 8:01 PM
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We loathe you too, Adrian, don't worry.

Posted by joykiller | September 8, 2008 8:04 PM
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That dumb Republican. Everybody knows that big lips sink ships.

Posted by Jubilation T. Cornball | September 8, 2008 8:05 PM
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Here's a Biden acolyte, who lives in Belltown:

"Mr. A was a Caucasian man who appeared to be approximately his stated age but was dressed as a child in Winnie the Pooh overall shorts with a Winnie the Pooh shirt underneath. He was well groomed and had a strong odor of baby powder. He had a pacifier in the pocket of his overalls. He carried a diaper bag with a bottle in the side pocket and a bib, baby blanket, and adult-sized diapers inside. He spoke in a quiet, childlike voice. He often answered questions by saying, I donít know or Okay."

http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/full/160/11/1932

Posted by John Bailo | September 8, 2008 8:08 PM
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Adrian, I'm sympathetic. I've been considering the presidential race, and I really can't wrap my head around the Republican position. With the announcements of the nationalization of Fannie and Freddie - the Republican legacy is a nearly unbroken trail of catastrophie.

How can it not be clear that tax-cuts and deregulation are ruinous? The Savings and Loan crisis, the Health-care crisis, our skyrocketing National Debt, and now the collapse of some of the core financial institutions of the economy.

Keeping in mind that this has been punctuated by a war that was started mistakenly, how exactly, can someone suggest that we continue with this philosophy?

The most charitable thing I can imagine is that the errors are so vast, the consequences so horrific, that they cannot bring themselves to admit responsibility. The other answer is that the Republican Party is indeed, the Party of Death; fear, subjugation, and death. And their members are hypnotized by the calamitous spectacle.

Posted by John Galt | September 8, 2008 8:12 PM
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I'm from the Philly region originally and I went to school for two years in Reading...not terribly far from Allentown (it's all the same in Eastern PA anyhow).

It should be noted that Berks County, wherein Reading lies, had to have Federal officials step in in the early 2000s because of chicanery at the polls- Latino voters were being turned away. Reading is a Latino stronghold.

So, all in all, I'm not terribly surprised.

Posted by Middleman | September 8, 2008 8:12 PM
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Of the MOMENT. Most racist thing of the mother fucking moment you illiterates. Maybe spend a few more seconds on reading what you read and a few less hours of every day preening your ego and admiring your own wit. Which, I might add, couldn't even wipe Adiran's! wit's ass.

Can we get some motherfucking comment moderation on this Slog? It's all trolls now. All of it.

Posted by elenchos | September 8, 2008 8:39 PM
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JG@16: what he said.

The Republicans are the party of privatized profits and socialized risks. Otherwise known as a shameless kleptocracy. Their management of the federal budget is beyond satire. Their use of hatred, fear, and barely concealed racism is deplorable. Starting an economically ruinous, totally unjustified, war which has killed thousands of Americans, Brits, et al. and many times that of innocent people. This should be grounds for 20-year jail sentences, or worse.

How about the total destruction of Civil Liberties. The constitution? It's just a damned piece of paper. Fuck it, says the Republican administration.

But the demagogic recipe WORKS. Witness Nazi Barbie. A useless piece of shit, who tells lies by default, changed schools six times in six years (WHY?), and has a tattered trailer-trash background.

And somehow is considered a serious candidate. What a fucking joke. On all of us. And our fellow Americans are So Fucking Stupid, that they will eat whatever fat-encrusted corndog of shit that Karl Rove will feed them.

Posted by Karlheinz Arschbomber | September 8, 2008 8:41 PM
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Jack Abramoff, Republican felon, got his start in college too. Harper's Magazine in August 2008 published a detailed article, "The Wrecking Crew." I'm pretty sure you have to be a subscriber to read it online. It's worth a look. And, no, I don't hate every.fucking.republican, but I do vote Democratic.

Posted by MyDogBen | September 8, 2008 8:42 PM
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Not the most racist thing ever, but that isn't what Adrian said. He said OF THE MOMENT. And it certainly is a racist douchebag thing to say, and more appalling that the moron doesn't even realize it (or admit to it when confronted).

If you defend this kind of thing, then you deserve everything the republicans shove down your throats.

Idiots.

Posted by Reverse Polarity | September 8, 2008 8:50 PM
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whoa, that's pretty fucking racist

Posted by Gwrrak | September 8, 2008 8:51 PM
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I'm with you Adrian. The democrats may not be perfect, but man... what the fuck is with the other guys?

Posted by Keo | September 8, 2008 9:06 PM
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In other news, have you seen the story where then-Mayor Palin's administration made women pay for *rape kits*? "Oh, hi. You've been raped? That'll be $1,000. Thanks." Assholes, the lot of 'em.

Posted by Balt-O-Matt | September 8, 2008 9:11 PM
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Meow, Mr. Bailo! I haven't heard talk that catty since I last saw my stylist! You go, girl!

I'm sure there's a nice self-centered and selfish reason why you vote against your own human interest and support Republicans. But remember, when they start rounding up "the homosexual menace" (as Ms. Palin has put it), they're not going to leave you out just because you suck Republican dick.

Posted by lol | September 8, 2008 9:16 PM
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Everyone knows the Republican party is for old white geezers BY old white geezers.

Posted by Y.F. | September 8, 2008 9:24 PM
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Oh, Poor Little, Demobaby. Are those mean old voters not electing you?? There, there DemoBaby...

Here, look at the nice DemoBaby:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3106/2842284914_c8481b5d04_b.jpg

Posted by John Bailo | September 8, 2008 9:40 PM
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JB - do you actually believe in anything? Are you a proponent of anything? Anything at all? I mean a policy position, and not simply an attack?

Posted by John Galt | September 8, 2008 9:56 PM
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It's blog posts like this that help us liberals argue that we aren't just a bunch of whiny assed sissies driven only by emotion. Thanks, Adrian, for doing your part.

"I loathe Republicans. Without exception. Young, old, whatever. Make no mistake. All of them. Every. Fucking. One."

Way to bring it.

Posted by Bob | September 8, 2008 10:08 PM
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Sometimes black people make me wet myself but mostly I like poop!

Posted by John Bailo | September 8, 2008 10:13 PM
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What's important is not whether the comment is the biggest mother-fucking douchebag racist thing that Adam DeLuca has ever said.

The most important thing is repeating Adam DeLuca's name over and over in connection with his racist douchebaggery so that it will be the first thing that Google pulls up in connection with Adam DeLuca's name until the day he grows old and dies.

Posted by NapoleonXIV | September 8, 2008 10:16 PM
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bailo's a narcissist wonk clown. Who gives a fuck. Easy skip.

Posted by Lloyd Clydesdale | September 8, 2008 10:16 PM
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LaDuca. This is already the number one association with his name.

Good luck finding a job out there now, bright young Republican douchenozzle. (Though the KKK probably hires at some level.)

And apologies to all the Adam DeLucas out there that have similar names to Adam LaDuca, but who aren't douchenozzle racists.

Posted by NapoleonXIV | September 8, 2008 10:22 PM
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#12--what conversation do you think you've wandered into? Save it for your awe inspiring diary:

http://you-read-it-here-first.com/viewtopic.php?t=159&sid=c7902b09f10fc09b7eaa8c35cc5bce63

Posted by Tiktok | September 8, 2008 11:17 PM
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"...dammit kid, it's what we're all thinking, ya just can't say it until publicly after the election!"

That said, I wouldn't write this racist punk's employment prospects off entirely Napoleon - these spoiled Republican brats do usually manage to fail up.

Look at the immediate past - the party of John Bailo isn't exactly moving to censure Georgia Representative Westmoreland for calling Obama "uppity", are they? I mean, really, when was the last time ANYONE called a white guy "uppity"?

This is your party, Mr. Bailo. Own it.

That said, though - I will most likely vote for Sam Reed, if only because Republicans still hate him for not stealing the election for Rossi. But boy, seeing that R after his name does make it tough!


Posted by Mr. X | September 8, 2008 11:21 PM
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Because this looks to be the last political Slog post today, even though my comment is off-topic, I want to share a slice of Obama and Biden getting tougher, (albeit still reacting, instead of setting the terms of the debate):

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2008/09/08/obama_to_palin_dont_mock_the_c.html#more

"The reason that you have this principle is not to be soft on terrorism. It's because that's who we are. That's what we're protecting," Obama said, his voice growing louder and the crowd rising to its feet to cheer. "Don't mock the Constitution. Don't make fun of it. Don't suggest that it's not American to abide by what the founding fathers set up. It's worked pretty well for over 200 years."

He finished with a dismissive comment about his opponents.

"These people."

AND

http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalradar/2008/09/change-tug-o-wa.html

Not only did he borrow from Obama, but Biden also ripped off the Republicans' slogan with a line that almost caused the crowd to blow the roof off this fairgrounds farmhouse-style venue.

"They say "country first" - letís put our country first and letís put our people first!"

When it comes to understanding the issues, McCain and Palin, Biden said, just don't get it.

"It is stunning, it is literally stunning, how out of touch this administration and John McCain are," he exclaimed.

Posted by matt | September 8, 2008 11:30 PM
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@34,

OMFG. What an amazing link, and a telling insight into the psychology of the type of insecure people with simultaneous inferiority/superiority complexes (ie - Herr Bailo) that right-wing ideologues appeal to.


Posted by Mr. X | September 8, 2008 11:31 PM
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John Bailo - I am sorry.

Holy Christ - I thought you were just having fun; yanking the liberal chain here on the Slog because you were bored at work.

But after reading this site:

http://you-read-it-here-first.com/viewtopic.php?t=159&sid=c7902b09f10fc09b7eaa8c35cc5bce63

I realize how very, very lonely you are. It's just post after post of you, and no-one else. No comments allowed, just you - complaining on a pretty frequent basis about being lonely:

"One of the detriments (among the many) of living in the Puget Sound region is the complete absence of females, aged 20 to 40.

And by female, I mean the real thing...the kind that wears dresses and doesn't have the history of materials impaled on her face (The Silver Age, the Pewter Age, the Age of Belly Rings).

Because of this dearth of prime aged females, we have the ignoble downside of lots of guys wandering around and either acting like girls, or, even more reprehensible, acting towards me as if I were a girl!"

Look man, I have no idea why your posts here are so moronic. At the other site you talk about your interest in alternative power, "memetics", and bicycling - with a little self-control, you could probably work up a decent dinners-worth of conversation. And then you'd have better things to do with your time then post incoherent rantings here. A suggestion - avoid phrases like "prime aged females". And specifying an age-range of 20-40 makes you sound desperate. A 20 year-old woman has much different priorities than a 40 year-old woman; and you should too.

Instead of focusing on their age, try to describe where you are in your life and why she might want to be a part of it. Sometimes this is hard for technically-minded people, but it's an important exercise for you, regardless of how successful you are at dating.

Posted by John Galt | September 9, 2008 1:23 AM
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@18- no shit. I don't even bother to pull up the comments half the time anymore because of these trolls. A LINK IS NOT A COMMENT.

Good post though, Adrian. I always appreciate a strong statement (when it reflects my interests, har har har).

Posted by ams | September 9, 2008 1:31 AM
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@19; You're so completely right on everything, I say we should start a collection to send you one-way to whatever righteous workers' paradise you'd care to leave this sewer of a country for. Cuba ... Zimbabwe ... Venezuela ... North Korea ... Take your pick. Anywhere's gotta be better than here, right?

Posted by Seajay | September 9, 2008 2:02 AM
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Demo baby up all night whining.

No one wants to vote for DemoBaby anymore.

Demo Baby says....WAAAAAHHHH

Posted by John Bailo | September 9, 2008 4:31 AM
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I like Obama's lips. So sexy.

And elenchos @ 18 is right about reading comprehension, but wrong about moderating. How hard is it so scroll past Bailo's posts?

Posted by Mike in MO | September 9, 2008 5:58 AM
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I love how people continue to believe that posting vile/slutty shit to Facebook isn't going to be noticed out in the real world. Duh.

Posted by Big Sven | September 9, 2008 6:55 AM
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Just as there are no good skinheads (sorry, SHARP-ers), there are no good republicans.

Posted by bronkitis | September 9, 2008 7:58 AM
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I want Obama/Biden to start using The Daily Show as their fucking inspiration. TDS has put together some 30 sec - 1 minute collages of Bush and McCain using the exact same words, or of McCain flipflopping to the point of idiocy.

If TDS can do it, the Dems can do it -- so why the fuck aren't they!!!

Posted by sherrold | September 9, 2008 8:10 AM
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Just throwing it out there again, but the above is another case study in why you may want to consider disabling comments on Slog. They add nothing to Slog or Line Out.

Posted by Just Sayin' | September 9, 2008 8:11 AM
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@42

YHBT

Posted by elenchos | September 9, 2008 8:24 AM
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Yo, John..."...complete absence of females, aged 20 to 40". Really? Are you fucking blind? Get outside much?

Posted by Porkchop Sandwiches? | September 9, 2008 8:26 AM
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dear GOP rascists: get your rascism straight.

Obama's dad was KENYAN, meaning east africa, meaning slender, tall bodies & ethnic features that reflect centuries of intermingling with middle eastern peoples. and considering his mom was CAUCASIAN, he looks as WEST AFRICAN as sophia loren looks IRISH.

He's not Ice Cube, you stupid fuck. An if Obama loses, that's who we're running in 2012. The scariest black man you can imagine.

Posted by max solomon | September 9, 2008 8:31 AM
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@33

For information on the KKK, it appears that Robert Byrd, the Democrat Senator from West Virginia is the person with the best knowledge and experience in that organization.

Posted by papillon | September 9, 2008 8:31 AM
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John Bailo is a F - ing hack!

Posted by Biggie J | September 9, 2008 8:41 AM
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Let's see ... using one action by one member of a group to justify hate for every member of the entire group is called what, now?

Posted by RonK, Seattle | September 9, 2008 9:04 AM
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@52- one action by one member? Uh, yeah. As if this is the first time a republican has said something hateful.

Posted by ams | September 9, 2008 9:11 AM
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Well, Ron, it depends on whether that action is representative of the group.

Posted by Greg | September 9, 2008 9:29 AM
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This headline originally said "century" instead of "moment." Obviously Adrian edited it after he realized it made him look ridiculous.

Posted by Katy | September 9, 2008 9:30 AM
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katy's right! oh so right! whatever. i'm flexible. ask anyone.

Posted by adrian | September 9, 2008 10:07 AM
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@49: if you DID run Ice Cube (assuming he's a Democrat), this conservative might well support him. There's stupider people out there to run.

Posted by Seajay | September 10, 2008 1:30 AM

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