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Wednesday, March 19, 2008


This primary season has peeled some chatters' masks away, revealing the raging racists underneath. Such a one is Saint Casey of NY. Tonight he spent hours railing against the "protected roles" Blacks enjoy in American society. You know the drill -- affirmative action, reverse discrimination, the freedom of speech being eroded under the guise of political correctness -- all the injustices inflicted upon Whites as punishment for their ancestors' transgressions. And now, he says, Americans are being saddled with Barack Obama, a man who obviously hates Whites and plays the race card at every turn.

He also made a few grossly inaccurate statements about American history and the slave trade. But, I'll take that up at a later time. For now let's take a look at the last complaint in Casey's long list of grievances. As I recall it was Hillary Clinton who first played the race card when, in an effort to denigrate Obama's message of hope, she, instead, belittled Martin Luther King's role in the Civil Rights Movement with these words: "Dr. King's dream began to be realized when President Lyndon Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ... it took a president to get it done ... that dream became a reality because we had a president who said 'we're going to do it' and actually got it done." Now, unless I fell asleep in civics class, it seems to me that Obama would be the president should he be elected. You know, the president that Hillary says it takes to "actually get [things] done." So it would appear that she was not referring to a president but a White president.

Shortly thereafter, just days before the South Carolina primary, Bill Clinton remarked that Obama would probably win that State because Blacks were siding with him on account of his race. And, when asked to comment on Obama's victory, he asserted, dismissively, that Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton had both won there too.

A few weeks ago Gloria Steinem, a staunch Hillary supporter, made the same allegations that recently caused Geraldine Ferraro to have to step down as one of Hillary's campaign advisers. Namely, that Obama is only a candidate in this contest because of his race. Not to mention the comments that came out of the Hillary camp casting Hispanics as monolithic racists against Blacks. Need I go on? Nah. I'll just let this video wrap things up for me:


Jesus Claus said...

Casey does seem to have an irrational hatred for Barack Obama, and I don't get where it stems from. BTW, is it at all disturbing to anyone else that, of all the images that that youtube video could be set to initially, it's the one of the lynching? Creepy.