"Dave of Carrick Bend Thoughts posted a picture of Governor Doyle & Lt. Governor Lawton posing with caricature Native Americans from the old TV series F Troop. He captioned it, "The Governor and Lt Governor meet with concerned constituants (sic) to discuss the the impact of indian (sic) gaming on Wisconsin politics." No context, no link.Dave was a little unhappy when Mike Mathias at Pundit Nation called it "offensive and juvenile."
Dave replied with two posts to Pundit Nation readers (in the second he refers to visitors as Nazis ... the last refuge of the weak-minded). In the first post he linked to a post, which contained a YouTube compilation of clips of Jesus and God jokes from Family Guy. Dave thought this an example of the lack of a moral compass of lefties.
"Does anyone wonder why Republicans find themselves battling charges of being insensitive to minority groups?
It’s because too many of you don’t speak up when individuals like Carrick sling their vile hash around.
Regardless of how one feels about Doyle or his gaming polices, our politics and political discourse are tarnished by Carrick’s brand of…well, what is it exactly? It looks like the kind of thing that would draw hoots of approval from readers of websites that advocate white supremacy."
I left this message for Dave: "God has a better sense of humor than you ... the ultimate joke."
Dave chose not to accept the comment (he has comment moderation turned on). Why might you ask? The comment was fairly innocuous. The answer is that Dave is the on-line equivalent of those radio cowards Charlie Sykes, Jeff Wagner, etc. They say they accept comments from listeners, but you know the only ones who really get through are those who agree with them.
...or white supremacists.