Monday, July 10, 2006

KKK Disbands Claiming GOP Has Co-opted All Of Their Ideas

Pulaski, Tennessee - The Ku Klux Klan officially disbanded today claiming that the Republican Party has co-opted all of their ideas concerning race, immigration and religion and that there was no longer any need for their existence.

In a jubilant and sometimes rowdy ceremony, Grand Wizard Floyd T-Bone Perkins said, "We consider it a measure of our success that the Republicans have picked up our torch and carried it across the entire country. We were especially pleased with what the Republicans did in Florida in the elections of 2000. The way they kept the coloreds from voting was awe inspiring. And then they did the same thing in Ohio in 2004. Hell, their techniques were a whole lot better than ours. You might say, they learned from us and did us one better. But, that said, the most important thing is that the Republican Party has restored the country to what it is meant to be, a white Christian nation."

Most Klan members present supported the move to disband the KKK and said that they had felt welcome in the Republican Party for a long time. White House spokesperson Tony Snow was unavailable for comment.


Anonymous Polly Glott said...

This is right on!

8:56 AM  
Blogger FaulknA said...

You're right. They've had their reasons for existance co-opted by the current administration.

4:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, Duh...Isn't it obvious by now?

11:14 PM  
Blogger Leo said...

Hahaha, these are the most idiotic statements I have ever heard.

I'm not a republican but I'm proud to know I'm not a complete imbecile like the likes of you :)

Robert Bryd was the only accepted senate member to be in both the government and kkk and guess what?


How can you people be THIS stupid? Like I've seen stupid but you guys take the cake on disfuctional imbeciles.

People like you are the reason both parties fight. Guess what? You're both shitty and great parties for different reasons. But democrates are proving to be bigger idiots every day.

7:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry Leo, you are not quite up to date. You are correct that Byrd was a Dem and KKK. But in the 1980s Ronald Reagan cut a deal with the racists in the South to give them as much leeway to continue being racists as possible (the theory of "state's rights" became code for that) and the formerly racist Dems in the South all became Republicans.

So you are partially right, just very out of date.

6:47 AM  

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