Skip to comments.Author says country bitterly divided by race under Obama
Posted on 09/15/2011 5:35:27 AM PDT by Kim Dylan
Obamas aggressive agenda for changing the vital structure of American life to reflect the more collectivist, less individualistic creed of the far Left has already triggered white flight from the Democratic party.
And the race baiting and outrageous declarations by the CBC certainly aren’t helping. They sound like lunatics.
I don’t think race enters into it. He has divided us by normal folk and the stupid. (or elites, either one is interchangeable in my mind.)
“I dont think race enters into it.”
To me, (and a lot of people I know) race does enter into it. Because of the blind allegiance by blacks to Obama (still up in the 90%). To oppose his policies makes you a racist by default. People are tired of of it.
I reckon it all depends on where you live.
He’s divided us by whatever lines he could. Of course he’s also driven the right and middle together.
Bamster seems to care less about the content of one’s character, IMO.
But isn't it just plain stupid, to take on the founders of this nation; to take on millions of honest productive Americans who see through him on every histrionic speech; to take on the millions who are vastly more talented than he; to take on the very principles of self responsibility, self honesty, and self reliance which made this country great; to fall for the elitist puppet masters who manipulate him through his ego for their own agenda? Isn't the definition of stupidity when one's Ego dominates one's analytic objectivity? Bill Clinton, also a leftist, was at least smart enough to disguise his intentions, and knew when he was being manipulated.
As a person one can actually feel sorry for Barack Obama, being such a deluded individual (deluded by the puppet masters). As a President he is one of the greatest tragedies, for many many many reasons, in the history of the United States.
But we should all recognize Barack Obama was put there by agents still unfingered.
Johnny Suntrade, the Suntrade Institute
I was not racist when I was younger. I best friend in high school was black. We were like brothers and did everything together. Once, at a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert, this guy approached my friend and said, ‘You’re black. You’re not suppose to like this music.’ My friend smiled, said ‘Oh’ and kept dancing. We both still laugh at that.
Since zero came to office, I see contempt in black people’s eyes.
Like I said, I used to not be a racist. It’s more about attitude than skin color.
The race card is a very dangerous card to play. Zero and his cronies play it all the time.
The only people that care about his race are his supporters and the KKK type remnant. The latter is rare indeed.
And since he is mullato, when he starts crashing and burning his supporters can start calling him white. 8->
After all, everybody knows that Bill Clinton was the first black president.
I just quoted the above from your post, but I agree with the whole thing to the point that you and I are redundant.
And to sum him up in a single sentence:
—The race card is a very dangerous card to play. Zero and his cronies play it all the time.—
They are like the muslims firing their AK-47’s in the air. They forget the bullets come down.
And the race baiting and outrageous declarations by the CBC certainly arent helping. They sound like lunatics.
They are perfectly sane, For Racists.
They hate white people. They are just as sane as Skinheads.
They are the Klan with a tan. Hoodies have taken the place of sheets,in the black communities, but the hatred is there.It is led by the Congressional Black Caucus, Farrakhan, Reverend Wright, Al Sharptongue and Obama and his wife.
Race relations in the United States has been set back by a least a century by CZAR B.O.!
Bitter divided “by race”?? ROFL!! No, it is bitterly divided by ideology. Recall that he who controls the meaning of words controls the outcome of a debate. It is about the liberal meaning of “black”.
When Nobel Prize winning poet Tony Morrison can write an October 1988 New Yorker article titled “Clinton as the first black president”, then what is “black”? When the NAACP calls the black conservative Kenneth Gladney, “not black enough”, and “not a brother” then what is “black”? When Time magazine’s Jack White calls Supreme Court Justice Thomas, “the scariest of all the hobgoblins”, saying “Washington seems to be filled with white men who make black people uneasy”, than what is “black”? And when Obama, a man whose mother is Caucasian, can tell us in a widely read autobiography that in his youth he struggled with his racial identity before *deciding* to be black, what is “black”?
When Bill Maher, during a panel discussion on HBO complains that Obama’s policies are “half-assed” “because hes only half black.” and that “if he was fully black, Im telling you, he would be a better president.”, and that “there’s a white man in him holding him back”, than what is “black”?
CNN’s Soledad OBrien writes of a private meeting in 2007 with Jesse Jackson in her book, The Next Big Story. During the meeting, Jackson complained to OBrien, whose mother is a black woman from Cuba, that there werent any black anchors on CNN. She wrote, “He looks me in the eye and reaches his fingers over to tap a spot of skin on my right hand. He shakes his head. You dont count, he says.” She closed the section with “[t]he arbiter of blackness had weighed in. I had been measured and found wanting.”
“Black” in all these contexts, as well as Juan Williams’s complaint on Fox News that the extraordinarily lopsided expression of Missouri voter sentiment in August of 2010 rejecting ObamaCare was really about race, is clearly not about “race”.
As these expressions of “black” pile up in the mind of the public, more and more will wake up to this truth: with respect to BHO being black: it is not about the racial characteristics he was born with, it is about the socialist ideology he adopted. It is not what percent black he is, it is about how thoroughly red he is.
Race definitely enters into it; always has, since Johnson decided he had the blueprint for ‘the great society’, which, as you can see, ain’t so great. Don’t give credit to O-dumbass for it; he hasn’t accomplished even that.