‘Long Live Zimmerman’ Sprayed On OSU’s Black Cultural Center
I'm not sure if I've ever met anyone who doesn't claim to be Cherokee. All the blacks claim to be Cherokee because an ancestor was owned by a Cherokee. Warren looks Cherokee?? The shade of her complexion looks like Mohawks I've met.
(05-05-2012, 01:32 PM)Ben Johnson Wrote: The shade of her complexion looks like Mohawks I've met.

You talkin' to me?
Not to completely derail the thread, but now it seems Elizabeth Warren is not only not an Indian, but one of her ancestors actually helped round up Indians for the Trail of Tears.

If George Zimmerman is a "white Hispanic," is this gal a "white faux-Redskin"? If she can't get elected to the senate maybe she can get a job as the new University of Illinois mascot.

More fun here.

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(05-10-2012, 06:25 AM)Martin Eisenstadt Wrote: ...now it seems Elizabeth Warren is not only not an Indian...

If you only knew.

I think Warren's race card just got punched.

Quote:Elizabeth Warren dances with lies
by Ann Coulter

Elizabeth Warren, who also goes by her Indian name, "Lies on Race Box," is in big heap-um trouble. The earnest, reform-minded liberal running for Senate against Scott Brown, R-Mass., lied about being part-Cherokee to get a job at Harvard.

Harvard took full advantage of Warren's lie, bragging to The Harvard Crimson about her minority status during one of the near-constant student protests over insufficient "diversity" in the faculty. Warren also listed herself as an Indian in law school faculty directories and, just last month, said, "I am very proud of my Native American heritage."

Except, oops, she has no more evidence that she's an Indian than that buffoon out of Colorado, Ward Churchill.

The Boston Globe immediately leapt to Warren's defense, quoting a genealogist who found a marriage license on which Warren's great-great-uncle scribbled that his mother, Warren's great-great-great grandmother, was a Cherokee. This is not part of the official marriage license. (If I scribble "Kenyan" on Obama's birth certificate, does that make it true?)

But let's say it's true. That would make Warren a dotriacontaroon -- 1/32nd Cherokee. That's her claim to affirmative action bonus points? You don't know what it's like to be 1/32nd Cherokee, to never have anyone to talk to, spending so many evenings home alone, wondering if there was some other 1/32nd Cherokee out there, perhaps looking at the same star I was.

Soon, however, the preponderance of the evidence suggested she wasn't even 1/32nd Cherokee. The census records for 1860 list the allegedly Cherokee great-great-great-grandmother, O.C. Sarah Smith Crawford, as "white." Also, Warren's family isn't listed in the Cherokee registry. (Unlike Democrat voter rolls, to be on the Cherokee list, proof is required.)

On the other hand, we have what her son scribbled on his marriage license -- something, by the way, that none of his siblings claimed about their mother.

So now we're down to Warren's reminiscence that her great-aunt used to point to a portrait of her great-great-grandfather and call him an Indian, noting his high cheekbones.

Family lore is not proof. Proof is contemporary documentation, produced under penalty of perjury, such as a census record. My mother told me she found me under a rock, but I don't put that on job applications.

The universities that employed Warren rushed to claim that her fake Indian ancestry had nothing to do with it. They speak with forked tongue, causing heap-um laughter. (Harvard was so desperate for diversity, it made a half-black dilettante president of the Harvard Law Review!)

To grasp what a sin against political correctness this is, consider the Jesuitical debates about blackness regularly engaged in at our universities. About the time Lies on Race Box was getting a job with Harvard as a fake Indian -- valued for her fake hunting and tracking skills -- a debate broke out at Northwestern University law school about whether a potential faculty hire was black enough.

One professor wrote a heated three-page letter to the hiring committee complaining that the recruit "should not be considered a black candidate," explaining, "(n)ot all with dark skins are black," nor should they be considered "black in the U.S. context." (Flash to: My exact position on Obama.)

Warren has defended herself, claiming she did it only so she would be invited to powwows, or what the great white father calls "meetings," saying she hoped "I would be invited to a luncheon, a group something that might happen with people who are like I am."

What on earth does "people who are like I am" mean? Let's invite Elizabeth because she's 1/32nd Cherokee. We really need the 1/32nd Cherokee perspective around here. Maybe she has some old recipes that are 1/32nd Cherokee!

Then, the Warren campaign claimed it was sexist to question Warren about her bald-faced lie: "Once again, the qualifications and ability of a woman are being called into question by Scott Brown ... It's outrageous."

First, Scott Brown has barely mentioned Warren's stinking lie.

But, second, the only people who consider it a "qualification" to be 1/32nd Cherokee are university hiring committees. Possible Warren campaign speech:

"I am a dotriacontaroon American. I want to be a voice for those who are 1/32nd Cherokee, but also 1/32nd Pequot, 1/32nd Mohawk -- basically the senator for all dotriacontaroons. Isn't it time we had a senator who was 1/32nd Cherokee?"

Now it's beginning to look like her ancestors not only did not suffer, but caused the suffering she's getting the benefit of. The great-great-great-grandfather married to the not-Cherokee O.C. Sarah Smith Crawford turns out to have been one of the white enforcers on the brutal Trail of Tears, helping round up Indians from their homes in order to march them to a less desirable part of the country.

What's next?

"Yes, and my other grandfather, Theophilus Connor ..."


"Yes, but I swear, James Earl Ray is not a BLOOD uncle. We're related only by marriage. At least that's what my cousin John Wayne Gacy used to always tell me."

Warren's lie is outrageous enough to someone like me, who isn't a fan of race-based affirmative action programs. Still, she is a liar, and she stole the credit of someone else's suffering.

For liberals, it should be a mortal sin: Elizabeth Warren cheated on affirmative action.
So another fraud noticed the freaky, frenzied obsession with racial items and exploited it to roll higher? Who's more at fault? The fraud or those stupid ideas pushed by the dregs of the former Soviet fifth column?
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(05-05-2012, 01:32 PM)Ben Johnson Wrote: I'm not sure if I've ever met anyone who doesn't claim to be Cherokee. All the blacks claim to be Cherokee because an ancestor was owned by a Cherokee. Warren looks Cherokee?? The shade of her complexion looks like Mohawks I've met.

On a history project, I checked a group of about about 20 black families in 1910, most of whom claimed Indian ancestry, against the lists of the 5 Civilized Tribes. One father showed up at 3/8 Creek. When the Cherokees freed their slaves, they were required to give them full Indian status. It was rare for Cherokees to marry blacks.

Among families who have been in the country for hundreds of years there is a likelihood of some native ancestry. A couple of my ancestors were killed by Indians back in Massachusetts about 350 years ago. When are the ba$tards going to come to terms with their collective guilt and write me a big check in compensation for 350 years of suffering.

Speaking of race. The U.S. freed their slaves in 1865. Russia where some of my ancestors were living, freed theirs in 1870. Do you think Harvard would let me in and give me a pass like they did with Obama. Come to think of it, what historical wrong by the U.S. is being compensated by giving a Kenyan a free pass at Harvard. His family were probably the King $hits of Kenya.
(05-10-2012, 11:29 PM)Ben Johnson Wrote: Do you think Harvard would let me in and give me a pass like they did with Obama. Come to think of it, what historical wrong by the U.S. is being compensated by giving a Kenyan a free pass at Harvard. His family were probably the King $hits of Kenya.

It's not too late to start lying. It worked for Warren. She was white when she was in Texas.

I'm sure when the Spanish Armada washed up on the shores of Ireland that my great great great great great great great grandfather must have been on board. Debo ser hispánico. ¡Viva la raza!

Just call anyone who complains a Klansman. (Even though Klansmen were Democrats.)

Quote:University of Pennsylvania also listed Elizabeth Warren as a minority
Posted by Aaron Blakeat 05:18 PM ET, 05/10/2012

Harvard University isn’t the only one of Elizabeth Warren’s employers to have described her as a minority; so did the University of Pennsylvania.

According to Penn’s 2005 “Minority Equity Report,” it too identified Warren, who taught there from 1987 to 1995, as a minority.

On page 16 of the report, the now-Massachusetts Senate candidate is listed as a winner of the school’s Lindback Award in 1994. Unlike other names listed, though, her name is italicized and bolded to indicate her status as a minority faculty member.

It’s the first indication to date of another one of Warren’s employers having listed her as a minority.

The Senate candidate in recent weeks has struggled to respond to a series of questions about why Harvard listed her as a Native American.

Warren has said her family history suggests she is 1/32nd Cherokee, and that she’s proud of that heritage. But she has also said she didn’t know how she came to be identified as a minority at Harvard.

Warren identified herself as a minority in professional directories during her tenure at Penn but stopped doing so around the time she took a job at Harvard in the mid-1990s. Still, some at Harvard identified her as a minority faculty members in the following years.

The question, then, is whether Penn identified her as a minority based on those directories or something else. Republicans argue that perhaps Warren identified herself as a minority to her employers in order to curry favor.

...In other news, the Boston Globe reports that Warren’s documents from her time at the University of Texas in the 1980s show she did not identify herself as a minority.
Quote:ABC News Exclusive: Zimmerman Medical Report Shows Broken Nose, Lacerations After Trayvon Martin Shooting
By MATT GUTMAN (@mattgutmanABC) and SENI TIENABESO (@senijr_abc)
May 15, 2012

A medical report compiled by the family physician of accused Trayvon Martin murderer George Zimmerman and obtained exclusively by ABC News found that Zimmerman was diagnosed with a "closed fracture" of his nose, a pair of black eyes, two lacerations to the back of his head and a minor back injury the day after he fatally shot Martin during an alleged altercation.
The record shows that Zimmerman also suffered bruising in the upper lip and cheek and lower back pain. The two lacerations on the back of his head, one of them nearly an inch long, the other about a quarter-inch long, were first revealed in photos obtained exclusively by ABC News last month. ...
I love how ABC showed a picture of Trayvon, at about the age of 8-9. They should have posted his Facebook snapshots, where he is flipping off the cameras, tatted up with his pants falling down. This would have been a more accurate depiction of the young man Trayvon Martin, and how he was trying to be perceived in the social media and to his peers.

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