- n. Plural form of racist.
“A man who goes to the insignificant little town famous for only the murder of civil rights activists and then uses the code word racists had been using for decades to attack equality approvingly in his speech.”
“The threatening letter was signed by the Revolutionary Front, an organisation dedicated to fighting against what they call racists, fascists, and Nazis by "militant" means.”
“People on the right are called racists and they're called things with an ease that I am uncomfortable with — and homophobic and all those other things.”
“If we as Americans have a responsibility to protect our freedoms and we as Americans have a responsibility to protect the freedoms of others, then calling attention to hate speech and repudiating racists is just the tip of the iceberg.”
“This smear campaign whereby you are attempting to paint conservatives as violent racists is not only disgusting, but it is backfiring on you.”
“Employment by communists and racists is also good, insofar as they produce goods and services that others value and also are not driven to a life of crime in order to survive.”
“Now our good friend shlemazl, that indefatigable propagandist who likes to invade progressive comboxes with shrieky cries of outrage when Israel is criticized, and who denounces bloggers as racists from the safety of his own site, has taken things a step further.”
“The equating of pacifists with racists is duly noted.”
“Quite a few racists from the party of "Gimme" on this post .....”
“While there are racists in every political party (don't tell me racism wasn't a factor in deciding why some blacks voted for Obama), suggesting that opponents of the president's policies are racists is not only ugly, it suggests the democrats are losing the political debate and have to resort to playing the race card.”
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