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Obama: If You’re A Republican, You’re Racist

In his remarks made yesterday before the administration’s Forum on American Latino Heritage, The Unifier-In-Chief launched into his 2012 campaign strategy themes of class warfare, racism, blaming others all while attempting to pacify the latino voters.

I ran for President for the same reason many people came to this country in the first place: Because I believe America should be a place where you can always make it if you try; a place where every child, no matter what they look like, where they come from, should have a chance to succeed.

Obama has mastered the art of interweaving the race card into his speeches.  This is in stark contrast to vintage 2008 Obama in his beloved “Race Speech/A More Perfect Union” wherein he states: 

For we have a choice in this country. We can accept a politics that breeds division, and conflict, and cynicism. We can tackle race only as spectacle – as we did in the OJ trial – or in the wake of tragedy, as we did in the aftermath of Katrina – or as fodder for the nightly news. We can play Reverend Wright’s sermons on every channel, every day and talk about them from now until the election, and make the only question in this campaign whether or not the American people think that I somehow believe or sympathize with his most offensive words. We can pounce on some gaffe by a Hillary supporter as evidence that she’s playing the race card, or we can speculate on whether white men will all flock to John McCain in the general election regardless of his policies.

We can do that.

But if we do, I can tell you that in the next election, we’ll be talking about some other distraction. And then another one. And then another one. And nothing will change.

Practicing what he predicted.  The art of distraction.

Obama continued yesterday with:  We need to remember those values because times are especially tough right now, and they’ve been tough for a while. For the better part of a decade, we’ve seen the rich get richer, the poor get poorer, the middle class get squeezed. That was before the crisis that began in Wall Street and made its way to Main Streets all across America, making it harder for people to find jobs, harder for families to keep their heads above water.

For the better part of a decade?  Again, it is still Bush’s fault.  And Obama is not resposible for the current state of the economy, as the crisis began (according to him) well over 10 years ago.  Accountability, thy name is not Obama.

So that’s why I put forward the American Jobs Act. That’s why I sent Congress a jobs bill made up of the kinds of proposals that, traditionally, Democrats and Republicans have supported. Independent economists who do this for a living have said the American Jobs Act would lead to more growth and nearly 2 million jobs next year. No other jobs plan has that kind of support from actual economists — no plan from Congress, no plan from anybody.

But apparently, none of this matters to Republicans in the Senate. Because last night, even though a majority of senators voted in favor of the American Jobs Act, a Republican minority got together as a group and blocked this jobs bill from passing the Senate. They said no to more jobs for teachers; no to more jobs for cops and firefighters; no to more jobs for construction workers and veterans; no to tax cuts for small business owners and middle-class Americans.

Obama wants us to forget that the Democrats are in control of the Senate and that we instead should focus on how racist Republicans are.  Republicans, according to Obama, seem not to want  anyone advance in this country particularly if they are not white.  Republicans are occupying America and ultimately want to see its demise.

 But we can’t just cut without asking those of us who’ve been most fortunate in our society to pay our fair share. And that’s not about punishing success; it’s about making choices. If we want to create jobs and close the deficit, and invest in our future, the money has got to come from somewhere.

“La révolution dévore ses enfants.”   Obama needs to bone up on his 18th century French history.  Obama set into motion a wave of hatred for the rich.  The discordant aimless often times violent OWS movement driven by malcontents who want from others and demand from others only because they so wish are a reflection of Obama’s disbelief in “We the people, in order to form a more perfect union.”

This article was posted by Steve on Thursday, October 13th, 2011. Comments are currently closed.

13 Responses to “Obama: If You’re A Republican, You’re Racist”

  1. River0 says:

    Obummer is so clearly a malevolent and duplicitous liar that his purpose is very clear: He’s here to test us. The character of America and its slumbering electorate is being threatened as never before. Only a dunce, a willful sleeper, or an equally sinister accomplice can support this malignant narcissist. Everything he touches turns to ashes.

    In other times and places people like him are known as “black magicians”. They have come along periodically throughout history to sow strife, chaos, and economic collapse.

  2. Reality Bytes says:

    If racism had a point system, Obama would be accused of running up the score.

  3. wirenut says:

    I’ve seen better heads on a boil. Nuff’ said.

  4. beautyofreason says:

    “We can play Reverend Wright’s sermons on every channel, every day…and make the only question in this campaign whether or not the American people think that I somehow believe or sympathize with his most offensive words.”

    Still calls himself a martyr, despite the media eating out of his hand.

    I’m Hispanic through one side of my family and I’ll say it again: the racism in the issue is by those who promote welfare fraud, voting fraud, and other organized criminal activity by a subset of illegal immigrants from Mexico and other countries in Latin America that are accessible through the Southern border. It is granting favor to certain races of people on account of their supporting votes. It disenfranchises American citizens who are then forced to pay for the criminal, social, and economic effects of illegal activity.

  5. sticks says:

    Lets paraphrase. “I Obana (the magnificant) ran for president because Americans are racists and needed me to correct that, also all white men only vote for white men and couldn’t care less about any thing important.
    Ever since Bush the fat cats have made the rich get richer and everyone else miserable which is why we have to hold the socialist line.
    I sent congress a perefect jobs bill, but congress is full of a bunch of poop heads right now who won’t do whart I say, also Republicans hate; teachers, cops, firemen, construction workers, veterans and the middle class.
    I want to cut your taxes, but I’ve got to make the greedy filthy rich pay your bills err I mean pay for the future.
    The revolution before sick elephants!”

  6. GetBackJack says:

    Godwin’s Law – the first one to pull out the Nazi Card loses.

    Jack’s Law – the first one to pull out the race card is The Racist

    • Mithrandir says:

      Exactly. Have you ever noticed that these people habitually accuse others of what THEY are guilty of? It’s like a Freudian slip every time, and you can tell they have a guilty conscience about it. –so they project their short-cummings upon other people, kinda like “You can’t accuse me of greed, because I am going to accuse YOU of it first, then it would be silly for you to make the same argument.”

      When you listen to Democrats very carefully, the give off a “tell” in their speech every time.
      1. They are more guilty than the people they are hatin’ on.
      2. They will tell you exactly what they want to do , but pretend they don’t want to do it. “Taxes are too high, we don’t want to raise taxes during a recession….” = “We want to raise taxes during a recession.”

      Listen next time, and see if this isn’t 100% true.

    • River0 says:

      So true. It’s classic ‘projection’, where defective people accuse others of the underhanded and depraved motives and tactics they themselves are harboring and using.

  7. Mithrandir says:

    “If we didn’t do X, things would be much worse now.”

    I am so sick and tired of half-wit reporters not challenging this administration every time there is an opportunity to do so.
    ~Ok, so, even though your credibility and predicting powers have proven to be erroneous, what you are saying in hindsight now it is believable?
    The stimulus was supposed to knock unemployment below 8%, it didn’t. So instead of accepting defeat, they claim we should kiss their shoes because 9%+ could have been worse. Now they are claiming stimulus 2, will do what stimulus 1 didn’t.

    Instead of governing and touting results, Obama and his gang have resorted to:
    ~Future idealistic goals that will never happen.
    ~Identify suffering or perceived negativity that they have no intention of fixing.
    ~Using victims as shields for his political pay-off schemes.
    ~Focusing on a new subject for his daily 2 minutes hate. Republicans, the rich, B.P., Sarah Palin, Bankers…
    ~Engaging in fantasy that things would have been worse without Obama riding to the rescue.

    I guess when your actual performance record sucks, you have to resort to wouldofs and shouldofs.

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      I think this is partly due to our “sound-bite society” where we seem to have a propensity to want to condense everything down to its simplest of elements. But by doing so, and also by looking for the “quick fix” to everything, those of us who live in the “let’s be patient, sometimes the best thing to do is nothing” crowd get crucified for taking a wait-and-see attitude. Granted, some things need to be fixed, and now. But change is usually an evolutionary process and there are often consequences that are unforeseen.

      Again, the conservatives, labeled “negative-thinkers, or, the “party of ‘no’ ” are held as the anti-barometer of what the liberals think should be a good idea. With emphasis on “should” because their solutions always seem to sound good but in practice, not-so-much. But employing bad ideas to problems is not only not a solution but is also paving the way for government to “fix” that which they screwed up in the first place. In other words, we keep descending into the black hole of bureaucracy, creating more and more bureaucracy until the singularity reaches infinite density and mass and nothing can escape it. Such was the way of life in Soviet Russia with a proletariat so massive and powerful, it invaded everyone’s lives equally and made everyone miserable. Even the national leadership was comprised of people who were NEVER happy about anything.

      As a side note, many blamed the Jews, as we are seeing today coming from the most ignorant of the ignorant, the OWS crowd.

      But Americans have become addicted somehow to “fix it….fix it NOW!” that when economic events happen, and in this case as the result of severe government manipulation, beginning with, but not solely due to the sub-prime mortgage debacle, which NO ONE still is being held accountable for….we arrive to where we are today. More government manipulation to “solve” the problems created by government manipulation and thus, a constant melange of rules, by-laws and restrictions that further rat’s nest the whole thing. Yeah, that’s what bureaucrats call a “solution”.

      The simplest answer is often the correct one. “Get government out of business” in its most clearly stated way. But ruling-class elites are scrambling, approaching things in their typical bureaucratic way, not realizing and lacking the humility to understand that they don’t have all the answers, nor should they try. I remember when Bush, Sr was absolutely raked over the coals by the socialist-loving media for taking a wait-and-see attitude on something. The media went into full-panic mode and tried its best to label him as not caring about it.

      Then, finally, it comes down to the arrogance of certain humans. The ones who think that man is making the Earth warmer. The ones who think that man is the reason for all things good or bad…and though in many cases that’s true, it’s not because people as a race are all-powerful in all things. The Tsunami in Japan proved just how miniscule people are. All the plans, structures and systems in the world, created by man, can be destroyed by nature in an instant. Just take the enormous asteroid notion.

      Many say that the Earth is in danger of being struck by a giant asteroid sometime in the future. There are those panickers who say “We need to DO SOMETHING NOW!” in order to prevent it. Much of the trajectory analysis is incomplete and though I acknowledge that such an event would be beyond catastrophic, there is really not much we can do. For example, some say “blast it with a nuke” but we have no idea what that would do. The asteroid might break into millions of smaller pieces, thus creating a problem of a different nature, or, it might change the trajectory of the giant mass, or…it might not do a thing.

      Man’s intellect is an amazing thing. But coupled with arrogance it is a detriment to society. The greatest thinker of the modern era, Einstein was also remarkably humble. And he also said he “wanted to know the mind of God”. Right there, it dawned on me that he lacked the quintessential arrogance displayed by a vast majority of “scientists” today whose religion is science and who cannot acknowledge that, as smart as they are, they are blindly unaware of that which they don’t know. The “climatologists”, desperate to justify their own purpose are lacking in the ability and the humility to say, “We might be wrong”. Instead they, and their political mouthpieces, of equal but no less disturbing arrogance insist that it’s “settled science”. With that attitude, man’s future in a technological sense is finished. Back in 1899, there was a similar group of men who, scientists all, said, “Everything that can be invented has been invented.


      These are also the people in our government who think their job is to “control” and “make laws” and “solve for inconsistency” and “make it all equal” all of which are fool’s errands. Instead, everything they do and every time they squeeze one end of the balloon, the other end grows in ways they cannot comprehend. This, to me is stupidity by their expecting everything to work as in a vacuum.

    • sticks says:

      I agree with you Rusty that a lot of these people are ignorant naive useful idiots, but not all of them. Obamacare is a perfect example, we were told it was necessary, but it is just the government supposedly fixing problems they created in the first place and it is probably the biggest power grab ever by the federal government over the individuals ability to decide things for himself, that surely cannot be the result of just stupidity or accident. Globalony warming is just another excuse to do more of the same.

  8. Reality Bytes says:

    “This guy running for president’s got a funny name…did I mention he’s black?!”

    – Barack Obama 2008

    Hey, Man! How many times do you have to remind us. We really don’t care.

  9. joeblough says:

    … I ran for President for the same reason many people came to this country in the first place …

    To get a better job?

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