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Ken Hutcherson’s ‘Minority Thought Pattern’ as he defends Rush, slavery

By pams
Tuesday, November 3, 2009 18:57 EDT
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Honest to god, it’s hard to take Washingon State-based homobigot Rev. Ken Hutcherson seriously. This is a man who stood up and said he was going to take down Microsoft by buying shares and dumping them, “putting the fear of god” into the Redmond, WA software company for not hating on the gays.

The former NFL linebacker and full-time anti-gay activist has penned a column in — irony alert here — American Thinker — that has to be read to be believed. He’s tired of people picking on his pal, Oxy procurer and all-around fetid radio gasbag Rush Limbaugh for his Obama the Magic Negro and “Child” moniker for the President pro-American values.

I have watched the news, I have seen television, and I have heard different commentators talk about my friend, all the while knowing the things they say are lies. I am proud to be an American and proud of the United States of America, and again this makes it personal to me. I not only see Rush Limbaugh and the conservative movement in this action being attacked, but the entire foundation of what made America great.

Freedom is under attack, and we as Americans need to wake up and stop this madness in the greatest nation ever formed.

Let’s talk about what seems to have happened to Rush Limbaugh. Here is a man who loves professional football almost as much as he loves America’s traditions, values, and heritage of liberty. Rush has dedicated his life to the study of both football and America. He understands America and superbly communicates his understanding with millions every weekday. He understands the game of football, and has influenced it positively by being its biggest fan. Yet Rush has suffered attempts to destroy him with lies, misunderstandings and a direct effort to eliminate his influence in America…over the pretext of what? A game?

Hutch goes on to make an insane, but passionate case for honoring slavery and the masterful white men who arrived on this continent’s shores and how their whips and subjugation of red, yellow, brown and black people in various ways hard work built this country. So damn unappreciated, says the reverend.

I truly believe that this is brought on by what I call the Minority Thought Pattern. Let’s not mince words: the Minority Thought Pattern is the total disdain and hatred of what God has accomplished through the white male throughout history. Coming from an African-American, I know this will shock you.

I am not minimizing the accomplishments of women, African-Americans, immigrants, the religious, or anyone else who is part of America. But the white male was here on Plymouth Rock for God to use, and the Pilgrims had a great belief in that God. The nation built out of their efforts, reflecting their values (most especially their religious values), has become the light of liberty for the world and an obstacle to those power-hungry individuals who hate it.

WT ever-loving F? I’m not minimizing the accomplishments of these minorities, but I’ll just go ahead now and do it. I think what we are seeing here is the Minority Lawn Jockey Thought Pattern, suffered from too much exposure to white evangelicals who prey on misguided, God-fearing black pastors from Washington State who sees them as his masters.

This is extremely personal to me. It’s about a friend. When I look at Rush, I don’t see a white man; I see a friend. I don’t see a talk show host (a very famous talk show host); I see a friend, and friendship overrides color and political stances. I don’t see a controversial figure, but a man whose heart and thoughts I know, and a man who is not a racist.

Screech….What? Barack The Magic Negro wasn’t racist? How about this:

LIMBAUGH: As the economy performs worse than expected, the deficit for the 2010 budget year beginning in October will worsen by $87 billion to $1.3 trillion. The deterioration reflects lower tax revenues and higher costs for bank failures, unemployment benefits and food stamps. But in the Oval Office of the White House none of this is a problem. This is the objective. The objective is unemployment. The objective is more food stamp benefits. The objective is more unemployment benefits. The objective is an expanding welfare state. And the objective is to take the nation’s wealth and return to it to the nation’s quote, “rightful owners.” Think reparations. Think forced reparations here if you want to understand what actually is going on.

What about his call to resegregate school buses? Or this one:

On the January 24 broadcast of his nationally syndicated radio show, host Rush Limbaugh referred to Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and actress Halle Berry as “Halfrican American[s],” stating that “Barack Obama has picked up another endorsement: Halfrican American actress Halle Berry.” Limbaugh then said: ” ‘As a Halfrican American, I am honored to have Ms. Berry’s support, as well as the support of other Halfrican Americans,’ Obama said.” Limbaugh then conceded that Obama “didn’t say it.”

One more for the road:

When the reality show Survivor split competing groups by race/ethnicity, Limbaugh commented that the contest was “not going to be fair if there’s a lot of water events” and suggested that “blacks can’t swim.”

I guess the good Rev. only watches Faux News and doesn’t read up outside his boundaries. Psst, Hutch — Rush is a race baiter. Hope you sleep soundly at night and dream about your BFF’s open arms to the negroes.

Everyone has their price. The question is, was Rev. Hutch obtained during a find-an-anti-gay-black pastor fire sale?

 
 
 
 
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