Connie Chastain: The Stuart Smalley of White People

Some of you may already know that Connie Chastain is an artist as well as a writer. Let’s see some of her recent work:

WhitePeopleOkay.. and this …


… and this …


… and this …


Apparently this is now close to a daily affirmation from someone complaining about white people problems.

And that brings us to Connie’s role model, Stuart Smalley … remember this and this?

ccbrown Stuart_Smalley












Just remember, Connie … “I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and, doggone it, people like me!”

Well, you just keep telling yourself that. Trace it, face it, and erase it. 

15 thoughts on “Connie Chastain: The Stuart Smalley of White People

  1. Charlie June 20, 2013 / 8:09 am

    White people such as myself, seem to be well represented in congress.

    • Bob Huddleston June 20, 2013 / 3:04 pm

      Especially we white males.

  2. Buck Buchanan June 20, 2013 / 8:22 am

    I can’t help and look at the photo on the right and think…SEN Stuart Smalley (D-MN)!

      • Buck Buchanan June 22, 2013 / 12:23 pm


      • Andy Hall June 22, 2013 / 1:29 pm

        Given the rather low bar we Americans have established for election to high office, it seems to me that the ability to pull off a clever party trick is as good a qualification as any.

  3. Talmadge Walker June 20, 2013 / 9:29 am

    Never heard of her. I suspect publicity gets her dander up and makes her forget to take her meds.

  4. bdhamp June 20, 2013 / 9:45 am

    Ya know, if she (or they) would just let up on the ancestor worship to establish the entirety of her identity, she wouldn’t have to expend all this energy in a futile search for justification.

  5. Patrick Young June 20, 2013 / 11:48 am

    “Professor Young, we would like you to speak to the Latino Law Students Association.”

    “Sorry Oswaldo, but I prefer to associate with white people.”

    Who could possibly be justifiably offended by that, I ask you.

  6. Rob Baker June 20, 2013 / 1:15 pm

    Every time she posts that nonsense I always think of this scene.

    • MikeD June 20, 2013 / 2:03 pm

      Gotta love Uncle Ruckus. I always think of HK Edgerton.

  7. Michael Confoy June 20, 2013 / 2:41 pm

    Pretty certain that there is a psychological term to describe this degree of tribalism. One thing for sure is that it shows fear of the future and today’s world. I can only assume that she is a first class racist. Perhaps if she spent a few years living in New York City things might change. Or working and living in place where people won’t tolerate these type of expressions.

  8. Rob Baker June 21, 2013 / 10:43 am

    This just in:

    We are all multiculturalists.

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