Category Archives: Race
Hola amigos. It’s been a while since I’ve blogged at ya, but the goings on in the Brother Bob household have kept me busy, and with all of the scandals that have been in the press over the last few … Continue reading →
Kim Kardashian and the classless base antics of her family are of little concern for most people with an IQ over two digits. However, she felt a measure of compassion for the Israelis and the barrage of rockets they are enduring from the gallant Palestinian homicidal maniacs. The same ones President Obama champions as righteous people, but it was this faint glimmer of humanity that brought out the base hatred of the Left, and Kim Kardashian was forced to realize the consequences of deviating from the party line.
She had the audacity to tweet:
Praying for everyone in Israel
Didn’t take long for the defenders of the freebie culture to race in defense of one Susan Rice:
CHRIS MATTHEWS: “it does seem that even if a person makes a mistake… they were given the wrong brief, and they offered up the brief….why is there this HOSTILITY to this young public servant who isn’t a politician even, she serves in the foreign affairs capacity….why are they treating her like she’s somebody to punch?”
CONGRESSMAN JAMES CLYBURN: “This young African American woman, I might say”
“I am not writing to you as a black voter, or a woman voter, or as a voter who is over 70 years old and six feet tall. I am writing to you as a representative of this great country — as an American,” she writes. “It is your job to vote. It is your responsibility, your right, and your privilege. You may be pretty or plain, heavy or thin, gay or straight, poor or rich.”
After stating that, what does she then go on and do?
In 2008, 96% of black Americans voted for Barack Obama.
The current election has featured one continuous stream of racism from the left. Everything is racist.
According to this “unbiased” and “non-racist” AP writer everyone who dislikes Obama are racists…we just don’t know it.
Is it because he’s black?
Biden’s comment sparked Romney to call the Obama campaign one of “division and hate and anger.” But Obama, speaking to PEOPLE in Dubuque, Iowa, seemed unrattled by the controversy. He said Biden’s words needed to be considered in context; that he was only saying “you, consumers, the American people, will be a lot worse off if we repeal these [Wall Street reform] laws as the other side is suggesting.”
“In no sense was he trying to connote something other than that,” Obama added.
This might have happened recently or it might just be the “Frog in a pot of boiling water” effect, but the recent controversy around Chick Fil A and gay marriage made me notice how that debate fits into a bigger picture. I’ve read articles, seen blog posts, and seen tons of electrons spilled on Facebook1 over the Chick Fil A / Gay Marriage issue. I’ve noticed that a great deal of the leftist sentiment often uses carefully crafted language to define their opponents’ positions – “against gay rights”, “anti-gay”, or my personal favorite, “Extreme anti-gay”.
For too many years the left has used the charge of racism to put opponents on the defensive and deflect from serious debate on the issues. This practice also gets used across the spectrum of demagoguery. Are you against laws that lead to grammar school children being taught about gay marriage or religious adoption agencies being forced to close because they won’t place children with gay couples? You’re homophobic. Are you against laws that support federally funded abortions for 13 year old girls without parental notification? Sexist. Suggest that a presidential candidate who happens to be black with no meaningful life experience or any demonstration of leadership ability might be right for the job because he’s inexperienced and unqualified? Racist. You get the idea.
So say’s Obama pal and Congresswoman Rep. Louise Lucas:
What I am saying to you is Mitt Romney, he’s speaking to a segment of the population who does not like to see people other than a white man in a White House or any other elected position.
…He’s speaking to that fringe out there who do not want to see anybody other than a white person in a leadership position.