A torrent of abuse and racial slurs on Twitter hasn’t swayed actress Stacey Dash from her enthusiasm for the Romney/Ryan ticket. The hate started when Dash endorsed Mitt Romney in a tweet and has continued, essentially, any time she tweets anything at this point. You’d think the trolls would have given up by now, but Dash’s birthday wish was enough to draw them out from their bridges for another round of their war on woman.

https://twitter.com/FliCityRome/status/265598162633367552

https://twitter.com/BeauGeTeaux/status/265590255678259200

https://twitter.com/HELPUGETYOLIFE/status/265519130331983874

Dash has amassed a lot of supporters on Twitter as well for her independent thinking, and followers are encouraged to pitch in for her birthday present tomorrow.

  • TheAmishDude

    I don’t say this lightly, but this is sexism. Pure and simple. I’ve noticed that, on Twitter, liberal men feel free to say the most vile things to bully conservative women. I can only think they imagine they take a perverse joy in thinking they’re making the women cry.

    • Grumpa Grumpus

      @AmishDude:
      You’re correct, of course.

      They are ashamed that they aren’t real men and the resentment turns to hate. They spew the putrescent pus in their soul because they’re safely anonymous…

      Just as, if enough of them get together, women should fear— the anonymity of the crowd will allow them to feel safe being violent.

      The Proggie women are a different story.

      They know that if their metrosexual men discover that they can be men, that real women will appreciate them in their natural masculine self-control AND these half-men come to feel comfortable in the knowledge that they don’t need to sacrifice their nature, just control it, the men will be out from under their thumb forever.

      And that makes those controlling shrews really angry… mad, too!

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/KDX6MKQ3V5OZ3RG5FXUQIAJ5DU John

      It’s more than sexism–it’s also racism. The repeated references to slavery–“uncle Tom”, “house ni@@a”, “house slave”, “massa”, could not be more clear. The people making them see themselves in a war against whites in general, not just Republicans in particular. The question I would like to ask: at what point would those people consider their war “won”? I think the answer to that question is a lot more disturbing than we like to think, which might be why no one is asking it. To me that’s the real elephant in the room–what is the ultimate aim of the people who hold such hatred?

  • Danny Wheeler

    Don’t cave in, Stacey!

  • Gallatin

    Stacey as I vote for Romney/Ryan tomorrow I will be singing Happy Birthday to You.

  • Christiana Cunningham

    For all those putting Staci down – Allthose who voting Dem are voting for th assa as was so elegantly put Lincoln was Rep and Reps voted for desegration and have been the ones to work for equal rights- Dems just take credt

    • http://twitter.com/Rabiddogg Rabiddogg

      most people do not realize that socialism was an actual attempt to
      enslave more people. George Fitzhugh, an American and one of Marx’
      inspirations said as much. Socialism was to “free people from having to
      think”

    • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

      That’s logical. It does not compute for them.

    • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

      That’s logical. It does not compute for them.

  • GoSellCrazySomeplaceElse

    I love Stacey Dash. She knows she’s going to get ripped by the tolerent left and she keeps it coming. That’s a strong woman in Hollywood.

  • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

    I love this woman more each time she brings out the vile hatred of the left. She’s never gotten into a CherBarkin twitter brawl, but calmly tweets her thoughts and it drives them bonkers!

    We will be wishing you a very happy birthday, and to my own Missus two days after that!

  • RKittridge

    That’s real, bloody honest racism right there. What fools. You think Obama cares about you? Oh, bless your angry hearts.

  • detroit19

    Bless you for speaking your mind, Stacey! Will be doing my part tomorrow to fulfill your birthday wish!!

  • Steve_J

    There is some real intelligence on display in those tweets.

  • Lady 12

    Hey, that’s my birthday too! And for the record, I would love a Romney win just as much.

  • YERMOM182

    Happy coming Birthday Stacey

  • Concerned

    Obama was supposed to be the president to “bring us together”, but has divided us more than ever. I grew up around black and white people and never knew this kind of racism I see today. It has gotten to an all time high. To me that is one of the worst of Obamas offenses.

  • Concerned

    Obama was supposed to be the president to “bring us together”, but has divided us more than ever. I grew up around black and white people and never knew this kind of racism I see today. It has gotten to an all time high. To me that is one of the worst of Obamas offenses.

  • Michelle Gilbert

    Well, I’ve already contributed to your birthday present, Stacey! And it was my first time voting, too. Felt damn good to fill in the box next to Romney/Ryan. 😀

  • Michelle Gilbert

    Well, I’ve already contributed to your birthday present, Stacey! And it was my first time voting, too. Felt damn good to fill in the box next to Romney/Ryan. 😀

  • nc

    I love the way Stacey “pokes” them in such a classy way. Drives them nuts!

  • ChicksLoveRight

    You and me both sister!!! Don’t let liberal hate get to you Stacey! THERE ARE MORE OF US THEN THEM! Stay strong

  • Harbormaster

    Ms. Dash,
    Feel free to join me. I’ll take a day of vacation and we can celebrate our birthdays while watching President Romney take the oath of office. The only present I want this year.
    Make it happen people!

  • Jim Parkinson

    Stacey, if you are reading this, I want to marry you. I am an extremely nice guy. Send me a friend request on Facebook. I swear I am not a nutcase.