Racism


 

Racism is not as prevalent among ordinary everyday Americans as the “tolerant and diverse” Democratic Progressive Party wants to make us believe it is. Being labeled as a racist is an incendiary accusation that taints the recipient regardless of cause. The cries of racism from the political left are a part of politics. Obama’s 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns shoved the fear of being labeled a racist down our throats if we did not vote for him. Hollywood stars come out to proclaim their support for Obama because he is black. The whole “Republicans are racist” game is getting tired and ridiculous. The political left can find racism everywhere. Peanut butter and jelly is racist. Americans that like white turkey meat were made to feel guilty. If you are opposed to the “Progressive Movement” you are called racist. Small government believers are condemned as being uncaring. You are racist to oppose Susan Rice for being dispatched by the White House to scam Americans. Susan Rice was chosen to be used as a pawn for race baiting backlash. Our government controlled media is downright absurd and no amount of finger-pointing is reporting current events. When Chris Matthews, Toure, and the MSNBC gang of finger-pointers have no legitimate or intellectual response they call you a racist. If you support the Black caucus are you racist? If you shop on black Friday are you racist? If I support Alan West and not Charlie Rangel am I racist? Martin Luther King Jr. believed in the content of ones character and not the color of his. When will the tolerant and diverse party become inclusive?

 

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