It’s 2012, Right? The Biggest Racist Comments Of The Year

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Biggest Racists Of 2012

2012 has been an interesting year with plenty of political ups and downs. We had our president re-elected, new health care initiatives and Herman Cain speaking about things. But most of all, 2012 was all about people being incredibly racist. From politicians to athletes to other stars,there was a lot of racist stupidity spouted. So without further ado, here are the biggest dumb racists of the year.
ann-coulter Anne Coulter - She called Obama a "retard" and wrote a whole book racist manifesto.
rush limbaugh tea Rush Limbaugh - SMH. He continues to race bait the country and even called Obama a "destructive" force in the country.
120106115734_parker-espn106-594x334 Rob Parker - Last week he called RGIII a cornball because he had a white woman. Now he's jobless.
toura Toure - He wrote an article about Obama being a "Magic Negro"...embarrassing even for him.
Mitt Romney Attends Campaign Event With Veterans In South Carolina Mitt Romney - He called every minority in the country a freeloader. Why didn't he win again?
Bradley-Patterson-Tweet Bradley Patterson - He's a college football player who called Obama a N**** for interrupting the game last night.
Jeremy Lin 2012 ESPY Awards ESPN - They had a headline that said "chink in the armor" in regards to him. Bonehead move.
Screen Shot 2012-12-17 at 9.11.50 AM Twitter - Search long enough and you'll find every bit of racism aimed at Barry O.
newt-gingrich Newt Gingrich - He called Obama the "foodstamp President."
trump Donald Trump - He's been spouting racism all year, especially about the Pres. SMH.

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