I have to say I’m completely sick of the hypocrisy of reporters, politicians, and “civil rights” activists who actually feed off of the race card. I did not vote for Obama because I don’t like his policies. I don’t care for anything he represents politically. So am I a racist? If I had as openly postured against Hillary had she become president would I now be called a racist?
No. The left would have actually had to provide coherent argument for the insane policies being thrust upon this nation. But they have a convenient fall-guy in the president himself. He happens to be black. So when they are cornered with undeniable logic, they reach into their back pocket, pull out he race card, point at the president’s skin, and squeal racism.
They don’t have to argue. They squeal. The media listens. And cold hard logic is swept away in the face of more titillating “info-tainment.” Who needs logic? Who needs real news? We have racism!
On Tuesday, September 15, 2009, former president Jimmy Carter stated that “he thinks” that Representative Joe Wilson’s shout of “You lie!” during Obama’s speech was based on racism. He elaborated, “There is an inherent feeling among many in this country that an African-American should not be president.”
I think that Jimmy Carter is a racist himself. I think he’s an old-school racist who has wrapped himself in the convenient and deceitful wool of a liberal. When incidents arise that allow him to express his deeper, truer views in an accusing manner, he lets it fly. What a relief for him. He finally gets it out.
Think about it: Have you ever heard or read a right wing pundit say, “There is an inherent feeling among many in this country that an African-American should not be president?” No you have not. However, you have now heard and read those words as they sallied forth from the mouth of Jimmy Carter. He may actually believe that others throughout the country think the way he does. Any true racist would.
So let me say a few words to the left …
“Former” Mr. President Jimmy Carter, I am not a racist. I do not share your deep-seated racist feelings. I want discussion on truth, Democracy, and policy. So I disrespectfully demand that you keep your racist views to yourself.
And while I’m at it, I’d like to say the same to the left-wing media pundits who are choosing to air their bigotry openly by conveniently making it seem as if everyone else, especially the right, are nothing more than a bunch of racists. YOU are the racists. YOU are pulling a card that both protects you from having to respond logically, and at the same time allows you to vent your own racism under the shield of accusation.
“Former” President Carter, you are the racist. Let it go or leave me alone. Stop using me and those on the right as an opportunity to vent how you truly feel about having a black man in the White House. I can say one thing about Obama that I couldn’t ever say about you: He, at least, has a backbone. It has nothing to do with his color. He is willing to stand, firmly pursuing a socialist revolution, in the face of opposition. YOU, Mr. Carter have rarely been able to stand firmly on anything without looking for a scapegoat to kick out there in front of you. So whether you like it or not Mr. Carter, Mr. Obama, regardless of his color, is a hell of a better leader than you ever were.
Okay. Is anyone else sick of the race card? Let’s get on with destroying Obama’s socialist insanity.