Conscience of the Senate

by Mike on June 12, 2006

in Politics

Senator Robert Byrd (D-KKK) is now the longest serving Senator in American history. The liberal Democrat from West Virginia began his public service recruiting new members into the Ku Klux Klan, the racist organization known for terrorizing and lynching people of color. Unsatisfied with the limited geographic scope of his service, Byrd entered politics on a national level.

As a Senator, though claiming he regretted his former racial views, Byrd never could shake off his support of discrimination, opposing the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Byrd has also extended his peculiar brand of compassion to the unborn.

His credentials are on national security are no better. Byrd opposed Reagan’s military buildup which won the Cold War. He opposed the both wars against Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. Originally a supporter of the Patriot Act in a rare moment of lucidity, he now opposes it. His recent speeches on national security seek to undermine public opinion in support of the war against terrorism, providing aid and comfort to the enemy in the process.

Liberals often refer to Byrd as “the conscience of the Senate.” To paraphrase Mark Levin, if he’s the conscience of the Senate, they should all resign.

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Chris June 12, 2006 at 11:33 pm

My most vivid memory of “Sheets” occurred back in 2001, where he used The N-Word ON LIVE NATIONAL TELEVISION…and as they normally do, the DriveBy gave him a pass, unlike they did with Trent Lott (as stated in the link).

Funny how it’s the Democrats who have more racist tendencies than do Republicans:

- Hillary Clinton saying Gandhi ran a gas station

- Howard Dean streptyping African Americans as hotel workers

- Hillary Clinton’s plantation remarks .

- Liberal/Democrat racist treatment of Michael Steele

Need I say more???

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Ryan June 14, 2006 at 4:07 pm

Libs can get away with nearly anything in the MSM– don’t forget during the Alito hearings, Joe Biden gave a snide remark on gays, but nothing was made of it.

“Sheets” or Robert “KKK” Byrd the “Klan-Man” is West Virginia’s own fault. They keep voting him in year after year after year despite what seems apparent.

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