Monday, December 22, 2014

Another Christmas Asshat: Stacey Clueless Dash

Stacey Dash used to be an actress. She was marginally successful in Clueless — which was, perhaps, an omen of her future life — but she’s really just a bit part actress  looking for a line to read.

Then came Mitt Romney vying for the White against Barack Obama, and Dash, an African American woman, Tweeted her support for the Republican; as is her right. Lotsa folks jumped on the Dump Dash bandwagon but then Fox News got a brilliant idea, why no augment our white old men, white blond women line-up of pundits with an actual woman of color and suddenly Stacey Dash was the newest addition to the news channel which everyone with half a brain knows lies nearly all the time.

And Dash fit right in.

I have no idea what qualifications she has to be a Fox correspondent or to be called an expert on the channel, because she’s really just an unemployed bad actress before she got the call and became the darling of the wingnuts from the network; like when she said this about Republican opposition to same-sex marriage:
“We [Republicans] are for equal marriage. We’re not against that at all. We believe that everyone should have the same right.”
Well, we all know that’s a load of hooey, because look at every single lawsuit filed against states where same-sex marriage is legal and you will find that they were filed and supported by Republicans.

See, Stacey’s dumb. 

Of course, then she tried a different tack when she was asked about that blatant open in-your-face opposition among many Republicans towards the legalization of same-sex marriage:
“That’s just propaganda, it’s not true. You know? That’s just a certain amount of people. You can’t just throw a blanket over everyone because certain people have one opinion.”
A “certain amount of people” that all identify as Republicans. But that isn’t why Stacey Dash, failed actress, and future failed “news’ pundit is our Christmas asshat. No, she took an extra dose of stupid recently when discussing  a recent Census Bureau report showing that 65% of American children are living in a home receiving some sort of government assistance, she whipped out the “slavery” anecdote” and then whipped out her less-than-smart statements:
“This is the Democratic party’s new version of slavery to me, I am a believer in the American dream. But as long as you are told where you have to live, what you have to eat, what you have to wear, where you have to go to school, you will never know the true meaning of expression. And, the power and value of self achievement. You’ll never know what that is.”
Okay, let’s hold up. She doesn’t think children should be told where to live, what to eat and what to wear and where to go to school? Isn’t that why most children have parents because children do not make those decisions for themselves?

Stacey? You’re dumb.

And Stacey? Stop playing the “slavery” card because the only thing that is like slavery is actual slavery.

I think I was wrong; Stacey Dash isn’t stupid, she’s an asshat, and just in time for Christmas.
ForwardProgressives

6 comments:

anne marie in philly said...

sweet mother of pearl, what a dumbshit! ENOUGH with the slavery comparisons, please. just STFU right now!

the dogs' mother said...

You are going to need a New Year's hat :-)

The Cool Cookie said...

Ok, I had to look up Stacy Dash, becuase that picture you posted looked like no one I remember from Clueless. When did Stacy Dash become whitish? Seriously, because Clueless Stacy Dash is a whole lot more urban than new Stacy Dash. Is Roger Ailes paying for skin bleaching?

Ron said...

Did not know of this woman before. Thanks for the update . . . . I think.

Frank said...

In some ways the "system" makes it difficult to break out of it: I know individuals and families, of various racial and ethnic backgrounds who depend on Medicaid and ADAP for instance, and who, if they were to actually make a borderline decent living would lose more in needed benefits than they could make up for in wages. So, in some sense they are "slaves to the system" because the gap is too great to bridge. There needs to be real reform that allows people to maintain a safety net while improving their lives and financial status.

Helen Lashbrook said...

The only people who can really choose are the rich, who have all the choice in the world of where to live, party, go to school and where to go when they are sick. The rest of us, not so much