Sunday, August 19, 2012

Mark Potok's pointy anti-racist hat doesn't impress Dana Milbank of the Washington Post.

Dana Milbank: Hateful speech on hate groups
(T)he Southern Poverty Law Center should stop listing a mainstream Christian advocacy group alongside neo-Nazis and Klansmen.


W W Woodward said...

It seems that the "security guard" at the FRC was unarmed. Does anyone know as to whether he was wearing a uniform?

If FRC had an unarmed man wearing a uniform, standing in a lobby that is open to the public, that alone would qualify them for an irresponsible idiot list.


SWIFT said...

Dana Milbank is a fellow traveler trying to take the middle ground on the hate issue. Perhaps he feels he can attract moderate readers from both the left and the right. Wrong! His unwarranted attack on Beck had no place in the body of the article. Peel away the pink on this POS and you'll find red.

Anonymous said...

"...the accuser of our brethren is cast forth, who accused them before our God day and night."

Anonymous said...

Well now it proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the SPLC is the filthy terrorist operation that we all knew it was.

I think all the good guys who were labeled by Mark Potok should sue the SPLC everytime someone from their organization gets a flat tire. Maybe they should add to their background check of volunteers..."Have you or anyone you know ever been associated with in any way with the Southern Poverty Law Center?"

Anonymous said...

A long but excellent article in today's American Thinker about Dees (pthu!), Potok (pthu!), and the SPLC ((pthu! pthu!):

It really rakes Dees (pthu!) and Morris (pthu!) over the coals for being less concerned about civil rights lawsuits, and more about being con men fund-raisers.

B Woodman