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February 17, 2011

Dallas Commissioner John Wiley Price Denounces Citizens, Plays Race Card

Posted by Dave Blount at February 17, 2011 2:04 PM

This pretty much sums up the relationship between American citizens and their arrogant rulers in the "post-racial" age of Obamunism:

Tuesday's Dallas County Commissioner's Court meeting erupted into an argument between Commissioner John Wiley Price and a citizen, ending with Price repeatedly telling several citizens to "go to hell."
The exchange started during the public speaking portion of the meeting, which happens after the commissioners have gone through their weekly agenda.

Price's ignorance of court rules resulted in the nasty exchange with constituents. When the meeting was adjourned,

As Price stood to leave, he looked at Turner and the five other citizens who addressed the court. Price said to them, "All of you are white. Go to hell!"
Price repeated "go to hell" three more times. An unknown member of the audience said, "You should be ashamed!"
"I'm not ashamed!" Price answered. "I'm not ashamed! Go to hell!"

For the icing on the cake, Price defended himself by denouncing the citizens as racists.

In the past, Price has revealed that the terms "black hole," "devil's food cake," "angel's food cake," and "black sheep" are racist.

The joke isn't funny anymore. It's time to revoke everybody's race card.

Political leadership in the age of arrogant moonbattery.

On a tip from J.