On February 10th Andrew Breitbart warned us all that the Obama administration and the media (one and the same) will start the race pandering soon as the election cycle heats up. How right he was:
ANDREW BREITBART: I’m just going to tell you right now, I want to end it on a media bashing note because that will uplift me like a Dionne Warwick final rendition. We’re watching you to play the race card MSNBC. We saw how you cynically placed the Reverend Sharpton in a position of absurdist power. This is Dadaism, I learned that in college, that they would allow for this guy to have a show. This is Dadaism. It’s freaky. It’s Andy Kaufman. It doesn’t make sense unless you understand what they’re doing.
This is going to be the dog whistle election cycle. They tested them in 2011, so he and his pal Toure and that punk Tim Jacob Wise and Ed and Maddow can sit there and call everyone who’s Caucasian racist. “I heard it. He used ‘is’ instead of ‘are.’ He’s a racist. That’s a dog whistle.’”
Ignore it when Congressman [Carson] does it against Allen West. No more. We’re going to go after you. I bought a dog whistle. I bought a dog whistle factory, and I’m giving you dog whistles. And we’re going to listen to every word that comes out of your mouth, and we’re going to hold you to the same standard that you hold us which is an impossible one, and you’re going to have a hell of a time in 2012 because America’s finally woken to your Saul Alinsky bullshit tactics, and we’re coming to get you.
Since then Sharpton and his pals in the media have brought out the dog whistles for the Trayvon shooting. They are doing their best to concoct false accusations of racism to divide everyone in this country. And it worked. You better believe they are waiting on pins and needles for the next story to start making waves so they can pound the drums of racism again and again and again.
Meanwhile Obama is pandering for the hispanic vote since he didn’t do what he said he would do for that segment of the population. When called on this fact by Univision he pandered:
“I can promise that I will try to do it in the first year of my second term,” Obama said in an interview with Univision set to air on Sunday. “I want to try this year. The challenge we’ve got on immigration reform is very simple. I’ve got a majority of Democrats who are prepared to vote for it, and I’ve got no Republicans who are prepared to vote for it. …
“So what we need is a change either of Congress or we need Republicans to change their mind, and I think this has to be an important debate during – throughout the country. …
“And so I’m just going to keep on pushing as hard as I can, and what I’m going to be encouraging is the Latino community continue to ask every member of Congress where they stand on these issues, but the one thing that I think everybody needs to understand is that this is something I care deeply about. It’s personal to me, and I will do everything that I can to try to get it done. But ultimately I’m going to need Congress to help me.”
Of course he had both houses during his first year in office…you know, the time he said he WAS going to do something about immigration reform. But instead he whines that there will be gridlock for any legislation he put forth so eh’…why try?
What an inspirational leader this man is
Oh, and to top off this day of pandering we get the cherry on top:
The Obama campaign’s “Latinos for Obama” theme will begin April 18, with a synchronized set of house parties featuring a conference call with comedian George Lopez . (George Lopez? What time’s he on, again?)
The rollout will come just after Obama used his attendance at the Summit of the Americas in Colombia to showcase his support among prominent Latinos, such as Columbian singer Shakira, and to tout his repeated promise to win passage of conditional amnesty for illegal immigrants.
“This is something I care deeply about … It’s personal to me,” he told the Spanish-language TV network Univision.
Since he has NO accomplishments to highlight for Hispanics he is now reduced to rolling out celebrities for a circus show.
Did I already say ‘what a leader’?