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Former Deadbeat Congressjerk Solves Black America's Problems, With Twitter
I have a dream that one day, rightwingers will read more than that one line about 'the content of our character.'
And after a couple hours, Walsh was back with another nugget of wisdom!
This racially transcendent insight is apparently aimed at those uppity troublemaking black students at the University of Missouri and their fixation on "racism," which no longer exists.
And who better to advise them than the guy who cried many bitter tears over the oppression of his free speech because he was sent home from his Wingnut Welfare talkshow job just for insisting on his right to say "nigger" over and over again?
As if that were not evidence enough of his race relations expertise, Walsh also rewrote Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech, in 2013, to catalogue every stereotype about Why Blacks Are Bad People:
I have a dream that all black parents will have the right to choose where their kids attend school.
I have a dream that all black boys and girls will grow up with a father [Yes, the deadbeat dad wrote that] ...
I have a dream that young black men will stop shooting other young black men ...
I have a dream that young black men won’t become fathers until after they’re married and they have a job.
I have a dream that young unmarried black women will say “no” to young black men who want to have sex ...
I have a dream that black America will take responsibility for improving their own lives.
I have a dream that one day black America will cease their dependency on the government plantation, which has enslaved them to lives of poverty, and instead depend on themselves, their families, their churches, and their communities.
This Joe Walsh, like Cliven Bundy, knows quite a few things about The Negro, doesn't he? So really, Tuesday's tweet is merely a distillation of what Martin Luther King himself would have said if the damned fool had possessed half as much sense as Joe Walsh.
So don't you go getting all uppity about Joe Walsh's advice to black people. This man has known oppression, and you people need to respect the troubles he's seen.
[ Joe Walsh on Twitter]