Projecting From Pensacola

Sometimes it’s interesting to recall what someone says in consecutive days. Take this example:

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Boy … we should really look down on people who behave that way, right? Well …

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“Smacking people around”? That’s her idea of fun? A bit violent, don’t you think? “All a bunch of leftist ideologues?” Oh, no … denigration and put-downs all in the name of ideology. We should really look down on those sort of desperate, mean-spirited people.

Someone from Pensacola’s projecting again. That’s why she’s all about the hate. She’s a rather hateful person … just the right spokesperson/webmaster for a certain Confederate heritage group.

Yes, this is an exception to my rule about our friend from Pensacola.As a rule, better to follow this saying:

PigeonI pity the pigeon from Pensacola.


17 thoughts on “Projecting From Pensacola

  1. Mousy Tongue November 25, 2014 / 4:17 pm

    For a second I thought you were going to call her a hypocrite.

    Connie: “Relent not in the pursuit of the enemy.” Q 4:104

    • Brooks D. Simpson November 25, 2014 / 6:07 pm

      She threw a Twitter tantrum and claimed that I was “skeered” of linking to her blog. I prefer to think of it as good taste and polite restraint. Her picture on Twitter looks like someone who arrived stoned at the DMV thinking she was Grace Slick.

      • Mousy Tongue November 25, 2014 / 8:03 pm

        The queen of just tweeted “Racism = no objective definition”?

        • Brooks D. Simpson November 25, 2014 / 8:09 pm

          And therefore, she argues, it doesn’t exist. How white of her.

          • John Foskett November 26, 2014 / 10:41 am

            It beats her debating topic assignment: “Proposition: Dumbed-down Ignoramuses are intelligent”.

          • Mousy Tongue November 26, 2014 / 11:30 am

            How white her words, how lacking in common sense, perception, or normal intelligence; lacking in knowledge or training; unlearned.

          • Mousy Tongue November 26, 2014 / 11:46 pm

            Connie: “Ah, nope. No such argument.”

            Now she says she doesn’t dispute her racism.

  2. Andrew Raker November 25, 2014 / 5:54 pm

    Was she talking about Andrew or Lyndon Johnson?

  3. jclark82 November 25, 2014 / 7:31 pm

    Wow, figuring that most of the historians she castigates were toddlers at best when LBJ was in the White House, this is a bit of a congnitive leap. But I think mentally most of these clowns in the confederate heritage movement never advanced beyond LBJ and the Civil Rights movement. The world they remember fondly effectively ended during his administration.

    She’s a sadly delusional person, in a movement chock full of them. The only people she smacks around is in her mind, she gets pushed around on message boards like Braxton Bragg did on battlefields…

    • Mousy Tongue November 25, 2014 / 9:28 pm

      Well she sure dealt those ideologues a flogging for the ages, allegedly.

  4. Brooks D. Simpson November 25, 2014 / 8:13 pm

    Jerry Dunford has his own opinions about Ms. Chastain:

    We see a lot of Southern bloggers dance around and say funny things and write a novel or two, but when it comes to standing up and stating the facts, they quiver, as fear takes over, so here is my offer to those of you who want to say something but lack the guts to do it, send the message to me, I will say it for you.

    A lovers’ quarrel, no doubt. Maybe he was also referring to David Tatum.

    By the way, Jerry also offers this observation:

    I am so fortunate to have been born and raised in the South, to have had ancestors from the South since 1619, and to know how wonderful it has been to live in a region that good sweet people have lived for nearly 400 years.

    In other words, Jerry’s people didn’t decide to move to North America until the introduction of slaves. Guess they were too lazy to do their own work.

    • Jimmy Dick November 25, 2014 / 9:49 pm

      Jerry just likes the fact that his ancestors were slave owners and fought for the right to own slaves. He wants to own slaves today. He thinks the Civil War was great in that the southern states were going to form their own country where whites would permanently be owners of any and all blacks. His version of history states that these wonderful white man’s paradise was invaded by a tyrannical northern government. He just omits all the parts that conflict with his fantasy.

      • Muhammad E. Lee December 2, 2014 / 7:57 am

        Right on the money, as Jerry has moved on from flagpole lynching dreams to fantasies of buying and selling African American men:
        “PS: Message to Barry Obama, Al Sharpton, Eric Holder, I have a suggestion, how about you (3) Black Morons wear a camera, and include audio, America would love to know what you say and do, as I am sure you would live up to our every expectation.

        If only, if only we could buy you three for what you are worth, and then sell you freaks for what you think you are worth, the national debt that Obama is mostly the cause of could be erased.”

        • Jimmy Dick December 2, 2014 / 11:31 am

          I say slap Jerry in chains along with the flaggers and the entire SCV and put the lot of them to work in a chain gang. Then let’s keep hearing them whine about how slaves had it so good.

          Unfortunately, we wouldn’t be able to sell any of them because no one wants people that can’t get anything right.

  5. Mousy Tongue November 27, 2014 / 12:40 am

    Hey guys, big surprise: she’s falsely reporting success in that SC discussion. Furman faculty has been making short shrift of her smacking sounds. Meanwhile she digresses about honoring Erwin Rommel & the German soldiers of WWII.

  6. Mousy Tongue November 28, 2014 / 10:48 pm

    She also revealed that she’s a pretty big disciple of Ibn Q. al-Rassooli and his teachings on Islam, although she may have misquoted him. Quite odd to bring that up in a discussion about Southern slavery, I thought. Going back to her ignoramus thing, she did link a page where her mentor proclaims “Knowledge and intelligence are NOT a prerequisite for ‘objective’ and ‘realistic’ rational thinking.”

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