Well, thank God that's over. If McKinney had won, the right-wingers would have been completely insufferable. As it is,
"I know, I'll prolly jinx it by gloating, but it'll be SO good to have `the cutest little commie' in congress back at the farm grazing..."
"Not to be a horrible racist...but you really ought to see the crime and drop-out stats for areas that vote McKinney."
"Excuse me while I celebrate like a Palestinian after a terrorist attack over Cynthia's imminent defeat! "
"On behalf of Democrats everywhere, I want to send a genuine, heartfelt `Thank you' to the GOP voters in McKinney's district who helped remove an ongoing disgrace. We're ALL better off with her gone. . ."
(Preceeding quotes from Mister Charlie's)
They're still completely insufferable.
Still, between this and the still-smouldering reparations debate, it's possible to get an accurate idea of the current state of race relations in the U.S.
No, silly to jump the gun on such scant evidence. Perhaps the good people at little green footballs take a more sober approach.
"Good. Excellent. Thank you, voters, for getting rid of that embarrassment.
"I hope that lets some of the America-haters know just where they stand with the rank and file."
"The ultra-left won't get the message, they never do, but McKinney's defeat is a huge signal to the Islamofascist lobby and the blame-America-firsters that the people aren't buying their story."
"The Devil went down to Georgia, or at least she'll be going back there when her term is up at the end of the year."
"Adios and good riddance to that racist b#$%^."
There's also a little song, if you hit the link.
I'm confident that at least one of them expresses reservations about how Majette's victory, owing to Republican crossover votes and massive financial support by out-of-district pro-Israel groups and individuals, confirms the worst fears/propaganda of some elements of the black community.
No, really. They can't be that stupid.
They must give at least passing thought to how this must look to people who don't share their worldview.
Wait, sorry, I'm being divisive and race-baiting again. I'll stop.