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Mar 01 2012

NASCAR Moonbattery

Not even NASCAR is a safe haven from moonbattery anymore. A General Lee ’69 Dodge Charger was scheduled to do a parade lap before the Sprint Cup Series here in Phoenix on Sunday. But the suits nixed it, because they don’t like the Confederate flag on the roof.

Squeaks NASCAR spokesweenie David Higdon:

“The image of the Confederate flag is not something that should play an official role in our sport as we continue to reach out to new fans and make NASCAR more inclusive.”

The word inclusive means that anything liberals don’t like will be rigorously excluded — for example, anything that reminds them of the South.

Ben Jones, a former Dukes of Hazzard cast member as well as a former Congressman for Georgia, responds:

“At a time when tens of millions of Americans are honoring their Union and Confederate ancestors during this sesquicentennial of the Civil War, NASCAR has chosen to dishonor those Southerners who fought and died in that terrible conflict by caving to political correctness and the uninformed concerns of corporate sponsors. This action by NASCAR is a provocative and unnecessary over-reaction to a problem that doesn’t exist. It is a disgraceful and gratuitous insult to a lot of very decent people. It is prejudicial toward those good-hearted folks who, like Uncle Jesse Duke, are in fact ‘never meanin’ no harm.’”

In contrast, the janissaries of political correctness do mean harm. Anything distinctively Southern must be eradicated from popular culture. Call it cultural cleansing, to go with the ethnic cleansing on display when the federal government prevents immigration law from being enforced, resulting in the displacement of Caucasians from the Southwest.

In other NASCAR moonbattery:

NASCAR driver Danica Patrick isn’t particularly concerned about the Obama administration’s dictate that religious employers provide health care plans that cover contraceptives.

Recites Patrick,

“I leave it up to the government to make good decisions for Americans.”

Good girl. Comrade Obama owes you a pat on the head for expressing the correct attitude. Oligarchical collectivism doesn’t work smoothly unless everyone realizes that the parasitical petty tyrants in Washington should make our decisions for us.

Patrick is allegedly Catholic.

Culturally cleansed.

On tips from Chris.

23 Responses to “NASCAR Moonbattery”

  1. blue says:

    ans so Daisy Duke is banned because she might turn gay men straight?

  2. lao's mom says:

    my son painted the gay pride symbol on our car

  3. metalgarth says:

    So Danica, what happens when the government decides that car racing creates too many greenhouse gasses and is endangering the polar bears?

  4. Hail The Amberlamps! says:

    If anybody needs a measure in the Marxist takeover, this one is flashing Red and pegging the meter.

    Danica Patrick said that idiocy? Unbelievable.

  5. KHarn says:

    Durring the Korean war, a “negro” fighter unit was called “tan yanks” in a newspaper artical. They wrote an ANGRY letter to the paper insisting that they were NOT “tan” and SOUTHRENERS, not YANKEES.

    Here in Florida few years ago, a white man WEARING A
    CONFEDERATE FLAG ON HIS JACKET, cussed out some kkk marchers, calling them traitors to THE SOUTH. The punks knocked him down and started kicking him when A BLACK WOMAN threw herself on him, taking the blows.

    Just saying.

  6. Jimbo says:

    It’s all about control. Silly self-righteous hateful racist liberal dipshits want it.

  7. son of a preacher man says:

    “Southern must be eradicated from popular culture…”

    But that is where all the good American music came from.

  8. RICH says:

    NASCAR pushes ethanol too. Love the sport. Hate the moonbattery. Danica has a GED and destroyed more than a few race cars during her short stint in NASCAR. I’m not expecting too much from her. She’s more of a marketing tool than anything else, and has the backing and support of a well funded team. It’s a business — not always about being the best but how much you can sell.

  9. whotothewhat says:

    Never cared for the Stars and Bars before. But now I will be putting it on top of my car and drive around one of the most liberal Moonbat Cities in the North. I suppose it will not be long before we see a car racing in NASCAR that is sporting a flag with rainbow colors and driven by someone I don’t know like, huh, Dan Savage. Then it will be OK.

  10. AC says:

    ans so Daisy Duke is banned because she might turn gay men straight?

    They might let her have an abortion during a caution lap, or maybe even drive a Planned Parenthood car.

    I’m not sure how well PP would fare in the pits. Their moonbat pit crew would likely rip out vital components in lieu of a normal checkup.

  11. Jeff says:

    Good point, mentioned in the article: the only problem that a liberal can “fix”, is one that does not exist.

  12. Joe says:

    This from a sanctioning body that once held an annual race at Darlington, SC called the “Rebel 500”.
    NASCAR, go to your wives and give them back their skirts, see if you can get your pants back. You bunch of nutless pantywastes.
    As for Danica – flash in the pan. Once they realize she can’t drive up to the required level to compete, they’ll cut her loose. She’s a dolt anyway.

  13. james says:

    So if Patrick was a Jew or a Protestant, you’d give her a free pass?

  14. rascal lee says:

    Last year i seen A Black girl on American Idol wearing an African Flag which had and has 9000% more Slavery and 90% More Rapes and Murders than in the USA, and they say nothing about that. No do they say anything about the Pyramids that still make money off of what white slaves built … I think Danica Patrick comment can also be taken as: I don’t give a shit what the usa Govt. POS does, It hardly effects her life, is a better interpretation … Salute! moonbattery Crew! The best on Earth on reporting on the bat shit crazy liberal lunacy.

  15. 762x51 says:

    Fans should boycott NASCAR races and gear until the perpetrators are fired – ALL OF THEM.

    Probably about ONE race to get that done – Git R Done

  16. Bath House Barry says:

    Where’s the THUG LIFE graffiti? The do-rags? The rimz? That was a gutsy call standing up to those racist mofo’s. If they pulled that honkey ass crap me and my homies would not watch NASCAR. If they lost us, the buusiness model would collapse, dog. Word.

  17. RICH says:

    ^ BHB… LMAO. Word up.

  18. Johan Cen says:

    As for Danica – flash in the pan. Once they realize she can’t drive up to the required level to compete, they’ll cut her loose. She’s a dolt anyway.

    Do not be too sure. She might have her very own personal lower standard set for her as many policewomen and women firefighters know.

  19. Barack's Beard says:

    My Barry loves to watch NASCAR. He’s says the giant round track reminds him of his favorite thing and makes him tingle with man-bung lust.

  20. AC says:

    No matter what NASCAR does or doesn’t do, it will still be mocked relentlessly by the left and the Hollywood establishment.

    Watching felons repetitively throw a ball through a hoop is still okay, though.

    NASCAR will never earn the respect of the left, no matter how far it bows, just as the left will never earn the respect of Islam, no matter how far they bow.

  21. FrankW says:

    Patrick is a moderately cute chick. She is at best a mediocre NASCAR driver. In fact the average schmuck on the freeway could likely have the same or better results.
    As far as NASCAR goes they are a bunch spineless weenies anyway. They are ridiculed by the left as a buncha rednecks so they otta just own it. Live the roots of the sport and set up a few cars like shine runners and let have at it.

  22. RICH says:

    Here you go Dave: Ndamukong Suh, the black NFL thug who was thrown out of the Thanksgiving game for stomping on the arm of an opponet, gave the command for drivers to start their engines.

    The Dukes of Hazard car is bad for NASCAR. An NFL thug as grand marshall is good.

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