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AUDIO: Democrat Blasts Whites, OKs ‘Marrying’ a Mule

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It all started with your typical race-baiting rant. And it got considerably worse from there.

Democrat State Rep. Alvin Holmes made ridiculous racially charged comments during a debate about an abortion bill on March 4.  Rep. Holmes said that although a majority of white lawmakers are against abortion, they would force their daughters to murder their unborn babies if a black man was the father.  Holmes also contended that whites were unwilling to adopt black children, and he vowed to give $100,000 to anyone who could prove him wrong.

I will bring you $100,000 cash tomorrow if you show me a whole bunch of whites that adopted blacks in Alabama,” the Montgomery Democrat said. “I will go down there and mortgage my house and get it, cash in $20 bills and bring it to you in a little briefcase.”

Last Wednesday, Jeremy and Beverly Owings organized a rally with more than 100 people on the steps of the Alabama State House. Those gathered held photos of mixed-race families, and many in attendance brought the living proof:  their multiracial children. The families demanded that Holmes honor his pledge and pay up.

The rally was an outgrowth of the Faces of Families in Alabama Facebook page that rapidly racked up thousands of “likes” in less than a month.

Rep. Holmes did not immediately respond to requests for a statement about the controversy. However, he did call into a live radio program and made further ghastly remarks (listen to the audio above).

After Wednesday’s successful State House rally, the event’s organizers were guests on WVAS, a local radio station. The Owings’ interview was overwhelmed by a surge of phone calls from listeners eager to weigh in on Holmes’ shocking comments, causing the show to be extended beyond the initially scheduled 30 minutes.

Amazingly, one of the callers was Representative Holmes himself.

Holmes refused to address his racist, bigoted tirade against white families in Alabama during the radio broadcast. Instead, he deceitfully claimed that his original words were actually about interracial marriage.

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Referring to a November 2000 vote to overturn a 100-year-old state ban against interracial marriage, the Democrat legislator asserted — without any proof — that a majority of whites voted against it. And that’s when Holmes got really freakish:

Now, I’m for interracial marriage. I’m for same-sex marriage. I’m the one that introduced the bill to have same-sex marriage. I don’t care who marry who. If a man meet a little mule and he wanna get married to the little mule, as long as he and the little mule get along all right, that’s fine with me. It doesn’t bother me any kind of way.

And there you have it — the anything-goes, moral bankruptcy of today’s Democrat Party. Representative Alvin Holmes of Alabama is just the latest face of their sexually deviant policies.

Interestingly, Holmes expressed his indifference towards “marrying” an animal within the context of same-sex “marriage.”

And they say there’s no slippery slope. Yeah, right!

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  • shepetgene

    Well you heard it here. One Democrat made a ridiculous statement so the entire party is morally bankrupt. Did you hear about how all white people are evil because that one white person one time was a serial killer? Did you hear about how all gay people are promiscuous because that one gay person has HIV? Did you hear about how all Christians are disrespectful and intolerant because that one Christian is a member of Westboro Baptist Church?

    His comment is stupid and disrespectful. He doesn’t speak for every Democrat, the majority of Democrats, or the policies of the entire Democratic party.

    • RhondaStar

      And once again another Leftist apologist makes excuses for the Democrat Party. We could reopen the Library of Alexandria with books on ridiculous, immoral statements made by Democrats.

      • CajunPatriot

        A succinct, poignant, and most accurate post (among many) Thank you.

        • RhondaStar

          Thanks.

      • shepetgene

        I’m not an apologist for his statement. I actually called his statement out as stupid and disrespectful. My point of the comment is that this site consistently takes the statements on one person and then applies that statement to an entire group. We don’t speak for and represent that entire group we are a part of.

        They do this with “After the Ball” – a book I’ve literally never heard any gay person or gay group mention, promote, or recognize. They do this medical statements taken out of context. They do this with things like posters in a persons house (yesterday, see “the entire party is pro-communist”…blah blah blah). If one gay person, one black person, one woman, one white person says something it is not appropriate to apply that statement to the entire group.

        You went on to level statements against the entire party and used his statements as supporting evidence for greater things you see in the party (I’m not saying I agree, I’m just restating what you did). The author of this piece did not. He mentions the statement and then just say “See all Democrats, morally bankrupt” – that kind of rhetorical synecdoche is simple, meaningless, lazy, and part of what is wrong with media today.

        • Jacobus Arminius

          Re-read Rhonda’s post. She said you are an apologist for the Democrat Party, not his statement.

          • shepetgene

            Rhonda and Jacobus, I’m not a Democratic apologist. I don’t think the Democratic party does everything correctly, I don’t think it is faultless. I happen to agree with a lot of the core values and policies that it holds but I’m thankful the Republican part exists because I think it takes a balance of viewpoints working on something to create a viable solution.

            Decrying the lazy use of one quote to represent the entire Democratic party is not the same as defending the entire party.

    • RhondaStar

      And by the way, I have heard many smear all Christians based on the Westboro Baptists. But many, many true Christians have repeatedly renounced such evil. Where are the democrats denouncing Holmes. He made his initial statements about a month ago????

      And race-baiting has become a national pastime for many Democrats. Disagree with Obama and find out what happens…how many times you’ll be called a racist or bigot.

      • shepetgene

        Yes. I have seen people do this too. I disagree with it as well. That does not mean you should do it as well. Especially on a high-profile (among right-wing Christians) websites that are possibly attempting to play at journalism?

        And I’m not sure what constitutes enough of a Democratic denouncement of him. I just denounced that statement. According to the premise of this article if one person who is a Democrat denounces it, then the Democratic party denounced it. Done.

        • RhondaStar

          Not that easy. Party officials need to denounce this. Not obscure commenters on an internet blog.

          • shepetgene

            I agree. I think they should denounce this too and I hope they do. Since this just now appears to be blowing up in the media, let’s wait and see if they do. Until the Democratic party at large endorses the statement of one representative, during a heated debate on abortion, I’m not going to level the charge that his statement stands for the entire policy.

      • sagecreek

        I don’t see a big difference between this website and Westboro. You aren’t out publicly picketing, that’s true, but it’s pretty hateful in here. That’s why I’m trolling. You guys need a wake up call, badly.

        • Jacobus Arminius

          And I don’t see a difference between the homosexuals and the Nazis, Al-Qaeda, Marxists.

    • RhondaStar

      This is the same party that tried to remove God from it’s platform at the last Presidential Convention. And it supports abortion up until the actual day of delivery. Obama even went beyond that while serving as State Senator in Illinois, voting 4 times against a bill that would prevent already born babies from being segregated to die (happened at Christ Hospital in Chicago).

      It’s not a matter of whether or not they are morally bankrupt, but to what extent. And it’s only getting worse. Maybe they should call themselves Demoncrats

      • thisoldspouse

        I prefer Demonicrats.

      • sagecreek

        Of course God should be removed from political platforms. We are not a theocracy, and Thomas Jefferson would be the first to tell you so. Separation of church and state is actually a really good idea, since you never know who’s church is going to be in charge.

        Doesn’t mean we are demons, but I know that’s a really big concept for you. Think on it a bit and we’ll chat again soon.

        • Jacobus Arminius

          Atheism is a religion. You secular theocrat.

    • Jacobus Arminius

      How can you be so ridiculously blind? Democrats are the anti-God, pro-death, pro-sodomy party. Like the author said, they are just continuing down their little slippery slope.

      • shepetgene

        I guess being blind means recognizing that one of the flaws of a two-party system means unfortunately that people are cast into the mold of only supporting one of two policies. That a “Democrat” or a “Republican” means a very strict definition of what policies they support and to be a member of that party means you support everything in that party (even though there are constantly people within both parties rallying to change and edit these policies). That it’s possible to not simplify the debate to “You’re side says this, you’re wrong, we can’t talk, you’re evil and stupid and mean.” I have friends who are Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. We get along, we debate, we disagree, and at the end of the day I don’t walk away thinking they’re stupid or “blind” for not seeing things the way I do.

        • Jacobus Arminius

          Hey, it’s written into the official Democrat Platform

          • shepetgene

            Using terms like “Anti-God” and “Pro-Death” is deliberately inflammatory and reductionist. That’s the kind of rhetoric that shuts down any conversation, debate, or any chance of working together. Honestly, if that’s what you want, why are you even part of a democratic republic?

          • RhondaStar

            I know, you prefer more Orwellian terms so you can mask what’s really going on with the Democrats. But we’re on to them. We won’t be so easily deceived.

          • shepetgene

            I don’t think anybody is trying to “deceive” you. I think you disagree with many of the policies of the Democratic party. You totally have a right to. I’m not even challenging your position. I’m saying misrepresenting an entire group isn’t the starting point for anything productive.

  • CajunPatriot

    This idiot racist Democrat is no different than the Democrats who formed and manned the KKK for its entire sordid and murderous history, except his skin is darker. He made a challenge. Numerous white adoptive parents have come forward to show their adopted children which include African-American children, mixed race children, etc. Which family will he give the $100K to? There are even families in his own Alabama state house district. What an idiot.

    If he really wants to know the truth. There are a large number of Caucasian parents who adopt African-American or mixed race children in Alabama, and throughout the country. My neighbor is one, though not in Alabama, so maybe they do not qualify for the $100K but they do have love and compassion and are great parents to a great kid!

  • Oscar

    At least this sad man is honest. He really sees no problem with beastiality and was voting into office! The people there may survive this sick fool, but they surely can’t survive the voters who put him there.

    • RhondaStar

      Amen to that! Very sad situation, and sadly becoming representative of our nation in many ways.

    • thisoldspouse

      True. This man is merely a symptom of a much deeper society illness.

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