Skip to comments.Crazed hysterics over race: skin-color demagogues' ranting won't affect most voters
Posted on 10/11/2012 8:00:33 AM PDT by Perseverando
When I wrote the book Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal Americas Racial Obsession, I did envision circumstances possibly becoming worse as regards race relations in America I just didnt think they would get quite this bizarre. At present, a lot of whats going on centers around the upcoming presidential election, but not all. Weve entered the time of a liberal-fostered hypersensitivity around race that even extends to racially insensitive menu items.
But I digress sort of. As I predicted, Barack Obamas re-election campaign itself has thus far steered clear of directly employing the race card, but Obama surrogates have enthusiastically embraced the practice. Most recently, the presidents feeble acquittal in the first debate with GOP nominee Mitt Romney elicited some of the weirder race-focused rhetoric.
One of the most absurd theories (the single most absurd overall being Al Gores claim that the thin Colorado air befuddled Obamas brain) was floated by Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson on MSNBCs Now program on Oct. 4. His assertion was that poor President Obama was afraid of coming off like the proverbial (or stereotypical, if you prefer) angry black man, distracted by furor over a 2007 tape released by the Daily Caller and Fox News shortly before the debate. You see, Obama was elected by a majority of whites largely because he did not fit that stereotype; give whites the idea that he has that capacity and, reasons Dyson, theyll flock to Romney en masse.
If that didnt lower the bar of journalism quite far enough: Late last week, media outlets reported on rapper Snoop Doggs Ten Reasons To Not Vote For Mitt Romney, a list supposedly obtained from some kindred lowlife and tweeted to his fans. I guess I dont have to go into the pathos of this
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The left playing the race card tells me that they are in full blown panic mode
I informed someone trying to explain a situation to me I could understand it better if he cut the rapper talk. He did.
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