Why are they continually trying to convince me that minorities are incompetent, unable to perform the simplest of tasks that their Caucasian counterparts can, and just plain lazy? They have also convinced minorities that they are incapable of functioning, or navigating society and the various whatnots of existence without their chivalrous assistance, and the price is small–just their vote.
I knew it the moment I saw the video on November 4, 2008. Election day. It was reminiscent of the Jim Crow laws: blacks trying to peacefully exercise their ability to vote, and whites suddenly breaching the exclusive polling places of black voters.
I confess. I am a racist of the most nefarious caste. Indeed, a garden variety racist, I am not; I have not wasted my time with the intolerance of other races; I never understood the point of advocating industrial racism at a governmental level; I do not believe my race is necessarily superior to another. No, sir, my racism breaches the boundaries of decency. I am a racist of the most malefic sort. I disagree with almost the entirety of Barack Obama’s performance so far as president. I am white, Barack Obama is black, I disagree, and that, according to the Left’s consensus gentium, makes me a racist. Case closed.
Most people have, at some point in their life, stared at passing clouds and recognized, in their view, various shapes. Rarely do two people agree on what shape a cloud represents. One person could see an angel, and their cloud-observing antagonist may see an evil spirit in the same cloud. Perhaps their visual perceptions are caused by a psychological predilection. Psychologists believe this is so.
Obama press secretary, Robert Gibbs, was put on the defensive when bombarded with questions about Obama’s cabinet picks that had either violated his ethos directive, or violated the Internal Revenue Service’s tax guidelines by refusing to pay taxes on their income.
Racism has been a part of American culture since the country’s inception.
I will take the reader through a sequential, yet abbreviated, view of racism, and the systematic process and legislation passed to eliminate it. It will be viewed through a prism of objectivity– as opposed to subjective balderdash–from the Emancipation Proclamation through 1965. After 1965, the path takes a subjective turn and the reader can follow the macabre journey of Michelle Obama as she fights a daily battle against racism, unlike any seen since the Jim Crow era, to complete her education. And how she was able to overcome suffocating oppression and emerge as a well rounded American patriot, who stands proud, and thanks her country everyday for the opportunity it gave her.
Maya Angelou turns 80 years old today, April 4th, 2008.
Maya Angelou was sexually abused at the age of 7, a mother at 16, a Creole cook, the first Black female San Francisco cable car conductor, a cocktail waitress, a professional dancer, a drug addict, a madam for lesbian prostitutes, dabbled in prostitution, a successful singer, an actress, a playwright, edited an English-language magazine in Egypt, a university lecturer, a civil rights activist, an author and poet. She has either won, or been nominated for every conceivable award to be had from singing, acting, and writing.
In light of the Trinity United Church of Christ’s anti-American, anti-Semitic, and hateful, racist agenda being exposed worldwide by the media this past week, Obama’s church has continued and even elevated its hateful agenda on Easter Sunday. Barack Obama’s Trinity United Church of Christ is either grievously ignorant, preposterously obtuse, or so defiled with racism, that it is operating on self-fueled hate. It has thus far evidenced itself to be an aggregation of all three. There does not seem to be any reprieve from any one of their afflictions on the horizon.
Don’t be fooled by the rhetoric of Obama’s alleged lack of experience. He would be ridiculously inexperienced and dangerously naive in the capacity as leader of this nation from a domestic position and malignantly worse in foreign policy. But as far as the practical application of politics–he is a seasoned politician. He cut his teeth on the dirty, backroom, and underhanded politics of Chicago. He has demonstrated great political skills, but that has yet to manifest into anything of substance.