Friday, February 26, 2016

White-haters obsessed with skin color

Last week a front page (above the fold) NY Times story said:
“They’ve been fighting that man since he’s been there,” Mr. Gadsden, who is African-American, said of Mr. Obama, before pointing at his forearm to explain what he said was driving the Republican opposition: “The color of his skin, that’s all, the color of his skin.” ...

“The words that have been said, the things the Republicans have done they’d have never have done to another president. Let’s talk like it is, it’s because of his skin color.”

Reflecting on the Supreme Court vacancy, Bakari Sellers, a former state representative from Denmark, S.C., likened the Senate treatment of the president to the 18th century constitutional compromise that counted black men as equivalent to three-fifths of a person.

“I guess many of them are using this in the strictest construction that Barack Obama’s serving three-fifths of a term or he’s three-fifths of a human being, so he doesn’t get to make this choice,” Mr. Sellers said. “It’s infuriating.”
Reading these stories just convinces me that the major news media represents those who hate white people, and who do not identify as white.

Barack Obama has been treated better than any President since JFK. His nominees have been treated much better than those of Nixon, Reagan, Bush 41, and Bush 43.
Doing so, Mrs. Clinton added, is in keeping with a longstanding pattern of mistreatment.

“They demonize President Obama and encourage the ugliest impulses of the paranoid fringe,” she said. “This kind of hatred and bigotry has no place in our politics or our country.”

Republicans are especially sensitive about the notion that they are diminishing Mr. Obama because of his race, and spokesmen for several Republican senators, including Mr. McConnell and Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, declined to comment or would not make the senators available for comment.
The article is trying to imply that McConnell and Scott are racists, but does not mention that Scott is black.

The leftist white-haters have discovered that they can bully whites by calling them racists. I expect Obama to appoint a non-white (or maybe non-Christian or LGBT) so he can try to use white guilt to get he/she/it confirmed. Or to inflame anti-white voters in the Nov. election.

Some of these folks promoting white hatred are white themselves, such as Hillary Clinton. But she is entirely dependent on man-hating feminists, white-haters, Christian-haters, and other leftists for her support.


Anonymous said...

Why would Obama want to appoint a non-white to inflame anti-white voters in the Nov. election ? Why would a non-white appointment inflame anti-white voters ? Wouldn't you expect anti-white voters to want a non-white appointment ? Did you misword something ?

Roger said...

Obama could appoint someone like Eric Holder or Loretta Lynch. They are popular among blacks for investigating Ferguson Missouri. Whites do not care much about Ferguson, or about the race of the nominee. If the nominee is not confirmed, then blacks and Clinton supporters will scream until election day that the Republicans are racist. They'll say that anyway, but the nomination will give them something specific to be inflamed about.

Anonymous said...

OK, thank you. I understand.