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Hating Whitey Makes Unexpected Comeback – American Thinker

October 22, 2009

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Hating Whitey Makes Unexpected Comeback

By Kyle-Anne Shiver

 

Here we are only nine months into the ubiquitously proclaimed “post-racial presidency,” and all that promised harmony among the races has disappeared faster than a Chicago minute. All it took for addled minds to conjure shadows of racism behind every whitey tree in the whole American forest were voices raised in dissent over the President’s far-left policies.

b-pelosi-012609-jason-reed-reutersNo sooner had congress’ summer recess begun — without the President’s hoped-for passage of Obamacare — than the racist cries began their assent. Nancy Pelosi threw down the “swastika” gauntlet aimed at townhall attendees, which essentially tarred those citizens with white-supremacy slander. In early August an African-American MSNBC newsman actually declared that the word, “socialist,” being used to define Obama policies, was a new “code word” for “N**ger.”

Then, Joe Wilson’s impolite, but factually accurate blurt of “You lie,” aimed at the President’s claim regarding illegal alien coverage in the healthcare bill, was hailed as racially motivated by liberals at every level. Maureen Dowd penned a wicked screed, swearing she heard Wilson use the word, “Boy,” even though no one else did – not even the recording devices. Jimmy Carter doddered forth with his feeble opinion in public, concluding that of course, the outpouring dissent had to be racist.  Even Bill Cosby chimed in on the so-called white-racist motivations.

via American Thinker: Hating Whitey Makes Unexpected Comeback.

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4 Comments
  1. October 23, 2009 5:10 AM

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  2. Robert permalink
    October 23, 2009 5:13 AM

    Well shut my mouth, you have to put something out there to defend the undefensible.

  3. carterthewriter permalink
    October 23, 2009 6:34 AM

    I must be very carefull in the use of the English language when approaching this subject, but I shall remind everyone that most Americans felt proud in electing a man of color into the White House not knowing that his own party pushed him in order to use him unmercifully and I believe he now realizes that fact.

  4. Reid permalink
    October 23, 2009 3:11 PM

    I’m still wondering why I haven’t heard one word yet about
    removing ALL anti white male affirmative action laws.
    A black man has reached the pinacle in America today and these
    racist laws must be repealel immediately.

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