Random Thoughts: Jeb Bush, Being Rational, and White Privilege

Posted on April 18, 2014 9:00 am

I think we’re on our way to “racist” becoming a meaningless epithet.

Jeb Bush may not run because of family issues, the main family issue being that his family is named “Bush.”

Hearing MMFA is in a conflict with SEIU over unionization, there is an urge to laugh and mock. There is no moral reason to resist this urge.

The left should spend less time arguing they’re the rational, reasonable ones and more time being rational and reasonable.

White privilege isn’t real; I tried jumping ahead of a bunch of minorities in line by yelling, “White privilege!” and it didn’t work at all.

I do get discounts at a lot of grocery stores just for being white, though. Or maybe it’s for having their savings card. I forget.

When whites are no longer the majority, we should team up with blacks to form a majority coalition and discriminate against the other races.

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11 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Jeb Bush, Being Rational, and White Privilege”

  1. Jimmy says:

    Jeb Bush has a common core of issues why he shouldn’t run.

  2. Harvey says:

    “When whites are no longer the majority, we should team up with blacks to form a majority coalition and discriminate against the other races.”

    Yeah, but what if the Asians team up with the Hispanics? Between their scientific acumen and their diligent work ethic, we won’t stand a chance!

  3. Frank J. says:


    If all the races got together, they’d form some sort of super, master race. We have to stop the races from uniting!

  4. Basil says:

    Wait. Wisconsin? Idaho? I’m the guy from Georgia. Shouldn’t y’all be consulting me on race relations? We actually have Blacks and Whites living together. When’s the last time either of you even saw a black person?

  5. Harvey says:

    @4 Basil – Does “on TV” count? Because I watched an old episode of Deep Space Nine last night, and that had TWO black people in it because the plot line had something to do with Jake.

    Also: proof that Frank is right about the uniting of the races:

    “When you look at the black race, black people are very gifted in what we call worship and celebration. A lot of us like to dance, and if you go to black churches, you see people jumping up and down, because they really get into it.

    White people were blessed with the gift of structure and organization. You guys do a good job of building businesses and things of that nature and you know how to tap into money pretty much better than a lot of people do around the world.

    Hispanics are gifted in family structure. You can see a Hispanic person and they can put 20 or 30 people in one home. They were gifted in the family structure.

    When you look at the Asians, the Asian is very gifted in creation, creativity and inventions. If you go to Japan or any Asian country, they can turn a television into a watch. They’re very creative. And you look at the Indians, they have been very gifted in the spirituality.

    When you put all of that together, guess what it makes. It forms a complete image of God.”

    -Reggie White:

  6. DamnCat says:

    @5 Harvey

    Pffft – no one is going to listen to any pronouncemnets on race from a guy named “White”.

  7. Harvey says:

    @6 DC – True. Even being a 300-pound black guy didn’t stop the blowback and cries of “racism” after he said that.

    Personally, I found the sentiment beautiful, poetic, and spiritually uplifting.

  8. zzyzx says:

    How come White privilege doesn’t get me out of paying the Federal income tax?

  9. Basil says:

    White Guilt trumps White Privilege. Even if you have no reason to be or feel guilty.

  10. DamnCat says:

    @9 – “White Guilt trumps White Privilege.”

    Liberals have White Guilt in spades.

  11. Basil says:


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