Sunday, October 18, 2015

Dumbass of the day.

Meet Bubba:




Start at 3:00.  Just watch for a couple of minutes.  Um, its time to give Bubba a civics lesson about Hinds County.  Hinds County has not one, not two, not three, but FOUR Chancellors.  Four.  Guess what? TWO of them, yes, TWO, are actually WHITE!!! That means 50% of the Hinds County Chancellors are white.  Yup. Honkies. Caucasians. Causcasoids.   White peoples in the words of the esteemed Cultural Antropologist Enoch Sanders.  Thus the chance of getting a white judge on a Section 201 (Constitution) lawsuit will be exactly fifty percent.  One out of two chances. 

Friggin idiot. 

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

At 5:15 he wanted to fully fund MAEP. We republicans in hinds do not. We want road and water pipe money.

Anonymous said...

One good thing about a more racially mixed county like the one we have here in Hinds: at least politicians are less likely in Hinds to make in public stupid racist remarks.

Re: Your Stupid Demographic Remark said...

Enjoy the wonderment of your "racially mixed" HindsCo while you can because it is less so tomorrow.

Extrapolate This... said...

I wonder if Kingfish would like to give us a lesson on the demographics of voters in Hinds County. You know, the people who elect these chancellors. Some political scientist types suggest that elected folks are beholdin' to those who elect them. It that's true, does it really matter what color the judge is?

A Hinds County judge is elected by a majority of black voters. He spends his day, his month, his year, looking down from his bench at black defendants, black lawyers, black families, black victims (look at the figures). So, what are the chances that he, regardless of race, will come down on the side of throwing millions more at JPS?

Here's Your Sign ... said...

9:30; Did you wake up this morning and re-read what you posted last night? Sadly, for you, there is no 'delete' button. Here's your sign!

Anonymous said...

What makes Bubba dumb, though? Saying publicly and on tape what his party has insinuated in its anti-42 ads?

Anonymous said...

It's good to see a politician break the fourth wall.

Anonymous said...

I'm against 42 and 42A.

But these ads are outrageous. Nothing would empower the judge to formulate budgets, direct spending, or do anything but compel the legislature to act. Now, as an attorney, I'm not sure how the judge would do that. Nothing ensures that a "liberal aka black" judge would do anything if presented the issue. The whole idea, from both sides, is ludicrous.

Anonymous said...

Take out the race comment and the rest of it is spot on.

Kingfish said...

Y'all missed out on the real offense: The New Iberia Haircut.

Anonymous said...

This was Chris McDaniel country

Anonymous said...

Can we get McD to do a video on 42? Things are getting boring.

Kingfish said...

Moving the goal posts?

So we called you out on the black chancellor comment. No problem. Move it to the actual population of Hinds County. It also shows that you are not from the Jackson area or else you would know that the county is divided into four chancery districts for purposes of selecting Chancellors.

I don't think I42 would help your knowledge of civics if passed.

Anonymous said...

We are less likely to elect anyone from Hinds County named "Bubba". Thank goodness.

Trust Me, I'm A Lawyer... said...

7:05 (who immediately tells us he is a lawyer) seems to misunderstand the power that would be in the chancellor's hands. If all the initiative does is empower a judge to compel the legislature to act, why does he think the whole thing is so damned complicated, confusing, misunderstood, purposefully miscommunicated and funded by out of state liberals?

Heah Come De Jurdge said...

@10:41; Any fool knows all of Hinds County doesn't elect all of the Chancery judges. You're trying mighty hard (and unsuccessfully) to have it appear that only those with racist intent are interested in the defeat of the initiative. Or have you simply had lunch recently with Jerry Mitchell and see everything through the prism of race?

And while you're trapped in your own twiddle, do you think the judge who would be selected will be at the behest of a coin-flip?

PittPanther said...

12:17pm, did you even look to see who you're arguing with?

John Price said...

True racist "Bubba." We still have too many of his ilk supposedly running our state government.

Anonymous said...

Is anyone surprised that a large portion of the commenters are defending this guy's statement? Unfortunately, I'm not.

Anonymous said...

Bubba needs to be retired forthwith in the upcoming election.

Kingfish said...

Actually, Judge Owens is light-skinned so I"m going to claim her as one of us. THat means we got three white Chancellors in Hinds County. Bubba really didn't know what he was talking about.

Replies to PittPanther said...

Yes, Pittpanther. I realized I was confronting the mighty Kingfish; however, I usually refer to posters using their time stamp. Are you suggesting I should give a shit who he is? As if his opinions and posts are beyond reproach?

"Did you realize who you were arguing with" is about as much hogwash as "Do you realize who I am". Both are irrelevant in a discussion.

Anonymous said...

NE Mississippi is a cesspool. No wonder Personhood and Santorum did so well there.

Anonymous said...

It's time to get a little thicker skin. So what if he stated is a fact. Why is mentioning a Black Judge or a White Judge racist. Realistically, anytime AA'S feel challanged, they throw out the race card at any perceived remark made. It's gotton to the point of being rediculous. How can you respect someone who is always looking for a fight, whether it's verbal or physical.

Anonymous said...

No 10:15: it's time you took some racial sensitivity classes. Speaker Gunn just condemned Bubba's interjection of race into the debate and Bubba boy apologized. So what's wrong with you? It's time for Bubba to return to Bubbaville.

Da Fat Man said...

No @ 7:58 Speaker Gunn did not "condemn" Bubba's interjection of race into the argument. He said the remarks were inappropriate. There's a big difference between the two.

Anonymous said...

Bubba states in that video that the gov and Delbert share his views. Hmmm... Not surprising, a number of comments here support Burnsville's spokesman for smokeless tobacco.

Anonymous said...

Regardless of race, I have a real problem giving the interpretation of what is "adequate" to any Judge not elected by the potential claimants. Further- who will pay for all of the litigation? what controls will be in place to determine who can sue? If my child doesn't get a big enough cookie at lunch or the right color school folders can they sue? will this be like the multitude of prison appeals that flood the federal courts but all in one county that is already overwhelmed with its own docket? Why cant we each hold our own elected officials responsible at the ballot box when they don't perform in a way that we feel is adequate? isn't that the way our government is supposed to work? My guess is that Bubba will be more likely to be re-elected after the comments than he would if he supported this initiative.

Anonymous said...

Kingfish: I think most people didn't get your New Iberia haircut comment. That's the first thing I noticed when I watched the clip. That sh** is so funny. Classic. Touché.

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