How freakin’ naive are you? You need exposure to racism to know if it’s wrong? Go watch Mississippi Burning and leave the adults to talk. . . .This was TimB's response to Dustin -- whom I mentioned in a previous post -- and aroused the curiosity of "this McCain douchebag."
Wow, Dustin, you could really grow by meandering over to Stormfront. . . .
Dude, I have been trying to cause this conversation on this McCain douchebag for months! People like him need to be separated from the mainstream dialogue
Especially curious is the reference to Mississippi Burning, a film I saw in theaters when it came out in 1988. It's not a documentary, nor is Deliverance, and when we consider TimB's references to "[p]eople like him" and "Stormfront," it appears that TimB wants to have an argument with a Hollywood stereotype of an ignorant hillbilly bigot, rather to say anything useful.
"People like him"? Why would it be so important to TimB that I "be separated from the mainstream dialogue"?
You see that this devolves to a question of his motives vs. my motives. TimB claims to know that my involvement with "the mainstream dialogue" is motivated by racial malevolence, yet supposes no one will question his motives for desiring to have me "separated" from that dialogue.
He has appointed himself Mainstream Dialogue Czar, and attacks anyone who disputes his authority -- a familiar sort of fool.
The Discussion Continues . . .