Thursday, October 28, 2010

Glenn Miller, racist write-in candidate for U.S. Senate, wins Salon award for 'old-timey racism'

Posted By on Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 10:15 AM

click to enlarge They don't make racists like Glenn Miller anymore.
  • They don't make racists like Glenn Miller anymore.

Congratulations to racist prick Frazier Glenn Miller. I'd almost forgotten about the white supremacist write-in candidate for U.S. Senate, even with the election coming on Tuesday. But Miller has done something his opponents -- Roy Blunt and Robin Carnahan -- for the retiring Kit Bond's seat haven't: He won a Baity.

Salon is handing out Baity Awards for Excellence in the Field of Race-baiting, which obviously goes to the sleaziest "race-baiting political campaign ads."



Salon writer Alex Pareene wrote:

Finally, fringe Missouri candidate Glenn Miller receives a special Baity for Old-Timey Racism, for his Kansas City radio ads urging white people to "take our country back" from the Jews, and not, as today's Republicans generally put it, the Muslim Socialists.


That was just the tame stuff. I wish I could forget hearing Miller say ...
"America

belongs to the Jews

who rule it and the mud people who multiply in it."

and ...
"But you don't care, do you,

whitey? All you care about is satisfying

your belly, pocketbook and genitals and watching the coons play ball on

television."

Miller's in fine company with winners John McCain, Meg Whitman, Sharron Angle and Carl Paladino.

Miller's "old-timey racism" even got him on the Howard Stern's radio show on which the King of All Media called Miller "the only honest candidate." Miller took that joke as a point of pride, splashing it across his website.

After Tuesday's election, hopefully Miller fades in the darkness with his hood, white robe, Confederate battle flag and

burning cross.

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