When All else Fails, Play The Race Card!

Dr. Kermit Gosnell

Dr. Kermit Gosnell

I knowed it was gonna happen sooner or later:

Kermit Gosnell Trial: Closing Arguments Set In Abortion Doctor Murder Case

During closing arguments Monday, defense attorney Jack McMahon showed photographs of a relatively neat waiting room and other areas in Gosnell’s clinic, saying that pictures don’t lie.

He said the clinic wasn’t perfect but it wasn’t the criminal enterprise that prosecutors claim. The district attorney has called it a “house of horrors.”

McMahon said he’s not backing down from his opening remarks that the case is an elitist and racist prosecution against Gosnell, who is black.

Paging Touré Neblett!

BTW – I wonder which doctor aborted Touré’s child? (That’s the abortion he “thanked God” for, remember?) It would not surprise me to find out he sent his girlfriend to Gosnell’s clinic butcher shop.

I bet if you looked up “Vile Prog” in the dictionary on Google Bing you would find a picture of Touré Neblett.


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86 Responses to When All else Fails, Play The Race Card!

  1. Jadzia says:

    This trial cannot be over soon enough. The images are too haunting.

  2. myiq2xu says:

    I am liking me some Beantown:


    • myiq2xu says:

      Alex Jones and his deranged followers don’t occupy a spot on the left/right axis. They exist in some alternate reality.

      • elliesmom says:

        That’s the only thing I disagree with the kid doing all of the talking over. All of the Alex Jones conspiracy nuts I’m unfortunate to know are as left wing as they come. They’re vegan communists. How I know they’re vegan? They tell me every 5 minutes. How do I know they’re communists? They fill up the 5 minutes between vegan announcements to tell me. Every 20 minutes they take a break to tell me about the latest Alex Jones theory.

        • 49erDweet (D) says:

          IS refutes that theory, e-mom. Survivalist, conspiracy nut, quasi-frontiersman dotes on every word. Clueless.

        • elliesmom says:

          Not all survivalists are right-wingers. Some of them are planning their own little utopian paradises. But the MSM would like us to believe all nuts are Republicans. Alex Jones is very popular with the “government is evil because it favors the rich people” group, too.

  3. yttik says:

    Racist?? My brain can’t compute that. Allowing the guy to continue to torture black and immigrant women might be considered racist. Prosecuting him for breaking the law and providing crappy medical care is the opposite of racist.

    • myiq2xu says:

      The Journal wants those of us who believe in the Bill of Rights to shut up about civil liberties in the wake of the Boston bombings (“Enemy Combatants in Boston,” Review & Outlook, April 22). Like children in the schoolyard you chant: “See, look at these bombers, they don’t deserve trials or lawyers!”

      But the Journal wants to gloat about a case where the evidence has already been paraded across every television in America. Most of us have seen enough of the tragedy in Boston that I doubt anyone can conceive that a jury will find Dzhokhar Tsarnaev innocent in a court of law.

      I have never claimed that there won’t be special exceptions to the rules, especially in regard to acts of terror. What I have opposed are those who want so many exceptions that there are no longer any rules—where the Constitution and the Bill of Rights become null and void, especially as part of a war with no discernible end and no geographical limits.

      What the Journal ignores are the difficult cases where guilt or innocence can be more elusive. What if the evidence is not very clear? What if the suspect is an American college student, perhaps an Arab-American, whose parents have been here for three generations? Does that person have the right to a trial? Yes.

      Because some terrorists will battle us here at home doesn’t mean we want the laws of war or martial law at home. The Bill of Rights still needs to reign supreme. Our soldiers have sacrificed life and limb for our Constitution—it seems the least we can do is defend them in the homeland.


      • yttik says:

        I haven’t seen anything to suggest these aren’t the guys, but all my info comes from the media. It’s kind of scary to think that people are willing to take the media’s word for everything and actually prepared to execute somebody based on it. I keep thinking of all the sci fi written with this exact theme. The misinfo provided by the media in this case alone would be enough to get the whole thing tossed out, if that was what we based evidence on. I was 95% sure that the elvis impersonator sent those poisoned letters….based entirely on media reports.

  4. HELENK says:

    on the five, kimberly gilfoyle who was at the gosnell trial talking about the closing arguments. Later the video should be available

  5. HELENK says:


    backtrack at planned parenthood.
    maybe we do need a president with the ideals of the 50s

  6. HELENK says:


    female DNA on Boston bomb. mommy dearest was our of the country, so it is not likely to be hers. Wife??

  7. myiq2xu says:
    • DeniseVB says:

      It’s like the story I read at an online local NYC paper about the mom shoving her newborn down a garbage shoot in her apt building. She’ll go to jail and sh*t. Had she only had an “abortion” the day before, she’d be a victim at the Gosnell trial.

      Stuff’s getting crazy. I can’t keep up.

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  10. HELENK says:


    according to this guy, reporting on baby killing is worse than baby killing

  11. HELENK says:

    #BREAKING Prominent death penalty lawyer Judy #Clarke joins team representing #BostonMarathon bombing suspect. Clarke’s based in #SanDiego.

  12. westcoaster says:

    OT: here’s a fun quiz with questions that have been used for citizenship tests:

  13. 49erDweet says:

    Could be my oversight but haven’t noticed the stabbing in Valley Springs, CA, of an 8 year old girl that occurred over the weekend mentioned here. Have a bad feeling about this. They are “looking for a stranger”. Stabbing is usually pretty personal. They now have DNA and prints so should know more by the end of the week.

    • HELENK says:

      just saw it on the news. scary for the people of that town. considered a small, safe town.

    • yttik says:

      What a tragedy. I didn’t buy the media reports of a stranger, either. That’s everybody’s worse nightmare, but it’s still pretty darn rare.

    • Constance says:

      My gut says she knew her murder well.

      • HELENK says:

        my first reaction and I know it is a rush to judgement is the 12 year old brother. can picture kids argument getting out of hand and something terrible happening. Please let me be wrong

        • Check out comments in the article. Apparently a neighbor independently confirmed the brothers story of an assailant running from the home. Unlikely to be the brother in that case.

        • Here’s confirmation of the neighbor’s report. Also, more details. http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/state&id=9083349

        • HELENK says:

          that makes me feel better. all I could think of was please do not let the family lose another child

        • myiq2xu says:

          That place is about 1 1/2 hrs due north of here up in the foothills. The foothills are a mixed bag of people – bikers, meth labs, religious cultists, vacation homes, retirees, militia-types. Some strange shit happens up there that never makes the news.

          Here in Merced about 10 years ago a local guy stripped naked and broke in a house then used a pitchfork to kill three kids before the others escaped and ran to the neighbors for help. The cops showed up and shot him dead.

          No drugs or brain abnormalities were found in the autopsy. He had no record of mental illness or criminal record. As far as anyone could tell he didn’t even know the family he attacked.

          We often joke that this area is the psycho-killer capital of the world.

          • myiq2xu says:

            One other thing – that area is pretty heavily populated for a “rural” area. It’s California rural. I used to serve process up that way and there are a lot of houses up in those hills. But the people don’t like strangers.

      • myiq2xu says:

        Stranger murders are rare. 90% of victims knew their killer.

  14. HELENK says:

    short rant and definitely not PC

    all day on the TV and the news sites that I go to. talking about a basketball player that “came out”. calls from backtrack and meeschelle and other sports figures and leagues.

    I really do not care what this guy does in his bedroom. none of my business unless he is hurting a kid. Isn’t he paid to play basketball not his sex life. So who cares and aren’t there more important stories that need reporting?

    • 49erDweet (D) says:

      National news. Much more important than some clinic somewhere.

    • yttik says:

      There are more important stories going on! There is an entire channel dedicated to the Jodi Arias trial. They didn’t even pause for the horrific Boston attack.

    • Constance says:

      CNN actually had a discussion By liberal talking heads of some of the outrageous things conservative people might have said in the past! What the hell???!!!

    • insanelysane says:

      helen, in total agreement.

      I can’t wait for the moment we all just get bored with gay.

    • Well, it’s kind of big deal because of his job and his race. No one in the NBA was out before this. And considering the naked bigotry against homosexuals in the black community, it’s a good thing. Maybe this will cause some of them to rethink that bigotry. It is VERY difficult to be out and proud if you are black. I have seen so many of my black gay students struggle with this, and I do feel for them. They are beaten down, both verbally and physically. It’s appalling, quite frankly. Maybe this will help begin to address that issue.

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  16. myiq2xu says:

    Here’s a heads-up to our resident pirate:

    Game Developers Prank Pirates With Pirated Version of Game

    A pair of game developers created a “Video Game Development” simulation, a tycoon-style game, but set in the world of videogaming. Players had to bring a “game” to market by acquiring talent, testing it, keeping under budget, and so forth.

    But they also themselves released a cracked version of the game to BitTorrent. In this cracked version of the game, the game development studio would actually go bankrupt, inevitably… because all of their games were pirated and they made no money.

    Those playing the free game then posted on forums, asking how they could beat the pirates to keep the game company alive.

    The developers counted– about 95% of their players were actually themselves pirating the game.

    The experiment’s more of a prank than any kind of study because this does seem to be the sort of game that few would buy, thus holding down the number of bona-fide owners.

    But it is sort of funny that people who’d stolen the game posted on forums asking how to stop people from stealing their games.

    Keep the internet free!

  17. HELENK says:


    I saw this on cavato today. back in the dark ages when I went to school, we were taught in high school how to dress and act for a job interview. You can laugh now but on my first job interview, I wore a hat and gloves. btw i got the job
    I taught my kids how to act and dress for job interviews and they also got the jobs.
    when did they stop teaching this?

  18. westcoaster says:

    OT: Democracy For America is petitioning Congress and the White House not to take money from Social Security and Medicare and give it to the military:
    White House:


    They said Obama is “selling out the Democratic legacy”

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    “Obama did not tout himself as the civil rights candidate in either of his two presidential runs.”

    Technically, that’s true. Obama was really vague about himself. It was his followers that touted him as the civil rights candidate. And the anti-war candidate. And the post-racial candidate.

    It was amazing how they got all the same wrong ideas about Obama at the exact same time.

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