White Conservative Activist: Yeagley an "Utter Fool"
Terry Morris, author of the Daniel Webster blog, describes himself:
I am simply an American, committed to and passionate about the idea of liberty through self-government and independency. These are my qualifications for blogging. These are the fundamental interests which drive my posts. You may decide whether I may be described as a 'Patriot,' which I take to be something more than simple 'patriotism,' or an occasional expression of 'patriotic' impulses.
Most of Morris's blog is straighforward discussion of ideas about small government. As I said before, actual conservatism rather than posing as one as Yeagley does and trying to ride the coattails of the conservative movement.
While Morris took Yeagley's claim of being Comanche and title of "Dr." seriously, otherwise Morris was not fooled by Yeagley, and clearly embarassed Yeagley was presenting himself as conservative. Perhaps a closer look at Yeagley's history of being a white supremacist is what Morris needed to see.
Yeagley offered a confused defense of Indian gaming which only left Morris amused at his feeble attempts to reason.
Then Yeagley truly made a fool of himself with his endorsement of a Republican running for congress.
Monday, July 7, 2008
Oklahoma Indians, here's your man
Attention uninformed conservative Okies: The advertisement you see to the left is merely a temporary thing. You needn't worry with it any more.
Here's Dr. David Yeagley endorsing Republican Jason Nelson for District 87 House. Now, I don't live in Dr. Yeagley's district so I have no say in who's elected to that seat. And I haven't read anything on our candidate outside Dr. Yeagley's endorsement. What concerns me are the grounds on which Yeagley endorses our Indian-friendly candidate, Mr. Nelson:
If you're an Indian, and you live in District 87 (central Oklahoma City), you must vote for Jason Nelson for your state representative. I ran into Jason yesterday evening, while walking through my neighborhood. He was campaigning, house to house. I spoke a good while with him. I'm convinced, he's the best man for Indians.
No, he doesn't say a word about Indians in any of his campaign material or on his web site. But, I'm telling you, I spoke with him personally, at length. I know what he believes, feels, and thinks about Oklahoma Indians. He's our man! (Also told me his wife was part Chickasaw!)
Now, Dr. Yeagley, how many otherwise white-looking folks in Oklahoma have a bit of Chickasaw or Choctaw or Cherokee running through their veins? This fact Mr. Nelson reveals about his wife surprises you and delights you? I don't get it.
Well, I could go on and on and on about why Dr. Yeagley's encounter with Mr. Nelson on the streets of his neighborhood in OKC cannot possibly have been enough to convince him of all that ... unless he's an utter fool. One single (lengthy) encounter with a candidate selling his candidacy (to an Indian) in his neighborhood and Dr. Yeagley's ready to grab up his megaphone and announce to the world "I know all there is to know about him Indian-wise, he's our man!"? C'mon!