Racism IQ Test

Which person is more racist?

Person A. Likes a politician because of his ethnicity

Person B. Dislikes a politician because of his incompetence, inexperience, and dishonesty

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28 Responses to Racism IQ Test

  1. Dave G says:

    Bingo, hammer on the nail head

  2. DERise says:

    Well duh, person B of course, Ya Kloset Klansman. All are racists who would even think to be critical of … a politician. Hey wait a minute…that’s a trick question, cause you’re a racist if you like a White Politician because of his ethnicity! It’s also a trick question because all politicians are dishonest!
    Now my head hurts.

  3. SOYLENT GREEN says:

    It’s a trick question…you’re all racist/denier/anti-science/paid-by-big-oil/troglodytes.
    I, on the other hand, don’t “like a politician because of his ethnicity,” I hate them because of their ethnicity.
    Ergo, I am the opposite of a racist. 😉

  4. Gator says:

    I saw a post where it was said we should start calling those who constantly play the race card as ‘racers’.

    I like the sound of that.

  5. NikFromNYC says:

    Vote 4 a gay Muslim psychedelic Republican from Venus with no penis. Gaga, Gaga, Gaga, Gaga, Gaga! Amen.

  6. Russ says:

    HAHAHA, hey Gator are you a racisist if you hate everyone equally?

    • Anything is possible says:

      Hating everyone equally makes you a human racist.

    • Gator says:

      Hey Russ! That would make you a ‘race hater’, and a self loather, well on your way to being an alarmist.

      • Russ says:

        HAHAHA, I guess not then, because some are more euqal than others so I guess I have to hate them more. And sometimes, I hate it when your right. HAHAHA!

  7. Ira says:

    how sexist to not say “his/her”…

  8. TinyCO2 says:

    This is a trick question. All politicians are incompetent and/or dishonest. If you like any of them you probably need counselling.

  9. A K Haart says:

    I think you’ve deleted some of the data. I think it’s Person C.

  10. Blair Ivey says:

    Person B. We’ve been told for years that certain ethnic groups can’t be racist.

  11. Tourist in Chief says:

    What if you wanna vote for a smokin hottie draped in an American flag?

  12. Latitude says:

    I’m not voting until they run a Ethiopian drag queen that smokes………

  13. Deadman says:

    C’mon, we all know that the answer depends on who’s asking and the ethnicity (and sexuality and progressive bona fides) of A and B.
    Clearly, if a person of one of the cooler minorities should ask that question, and Person A is also of an appropriate minority whereas Person B is an elderly, white, affluent, well-educated Englishman in a profitable manufacturing industry, married to a woman, then Person B is a racist.

  14. Andy Weiss says:

    You better believe that our non-racist President will get a huge turnout of same or similar people, 97% giving him their rubber stamp of approval. He is already groveling for 2012 election contributions.

    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

      Ah, but what if he ends up running against a woman? America made Obama its first black President. A way to trump that? Elect the first woman President. If the Republicans don’t have a woman nominee America may stick with feeling proud over itself that it made a black man President and give him a second term—regardless of performance in the first term.

  15. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Ok, so Barack Obama had already played more golf in his first 10months as President than George Bush did in all 8 years he was President. And no one in the media is crying day and night about how much Obama is away from the office. I don’t know if that’s ‘reverse’ racism, but it sure is clear they are favoring the black guy—opps, I just said the word that must not be spoken.

    ……………………………….

    …….What gives Mr. Obama a cultural charisma that most Republicans cannot have? First, he represents a truly inspiring American exceptionalism: He is the first black in the entire history of Western civilization to lead a Western nation—and the most powerful nation in the world at that. And so not only is he the most powerful black man in recorded history, but he reached this apex only through the good offices of the great American democracy.

    Thus his presidency flatters America to a degree that no white Republican can hope to compete with. He literally validates the American democratic experiment, if not the broader Enlightenment that gave birth to it.

    He is also an extraordinary personification of the American Dream: Even someone from a race associated with slavery can rise to the presidency. Whatever disenchantment may surround the man, there is a distinct national pride in having elected him……..

    The point is that anyone who runs against Mr. Obama will be seen through the filter of this racial impressionism, in which white skin is redundant and dark skin is fresh and exceptional. This is the new cultural charisma that the president has introduced into American politics………

    Here is Barack Obama, evidence of a new and progressive America. Here are the Republicans, a cast of largely white males, looking peculiarly unevolved…..

    A president who is both Democratic and black effectively gives the infamous race card to the entire left: Attack our president and you are a racist……….

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704569404576299241421694066.html

  16. Philboyd Studge says:

    I honestly don’t get the point of the question.

    Is “politician” intended to refer to the same person in each question? If so, then the dichotomy is a false one – and it also suggests that you believe that the ethnicity of the person in the first question also implies that such person is incompetent, inexperienced and dishonest.

    A better question would be:

    Which person is more racist?

    Person A. Likes a politician because of his ethnicity

    Person B. Dislikes a politician because of his ethnicity

    I’d be interested in your answer.

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