With inside two weeks until the presidential election and Mitt Romney's campaign awash in momentum, the left's accomplices in the mainstream media and in the ivory towers of academia have ramped up their efforts to mix race into the fray, trying to guilt whites into again voting for Obama or else make them feel as though they are racists. Take that bastion of news independence, CNN. During much of Thursday, the main story at CNN.com was titled, "Could Obama's Struggles With White Voters Cost Him The Election?"
#2, he has Big Bird, binders, horses, bayonets, Romnesia, and racism to run on. Oh, and contraceptives. Those are the issues that daunt us the most, especially binders and bayonets. Certainly not the economy or foreign policy. Big Bird.
Since this evil administration can claim no positive outcomes but IS totally responsible for much in the negative column, the spinners and Old Media must spend all their remaining energy attempting to paint Mitt Romney as a bad man.
The only accomplishsment of the traitor president is his creation of community-orgnized thugs, intent on promoting the welfare, incompetence and hatred of the brotherhood.
One need only look at Romney and hear him speak to recognize the vast contrast between our America-loving candidate and the Islamic-pandering Empty Suit in the White House.
Another question for these retards. Weren't the same white people in the MSM supporting Zippy over McCain in the first place? So, should I call them Raaaaaacists to have supported a half black over white?.
There is NO ONE with half a brain who is watching the absolute destruction of CNN going on. They are trying to get viewers from messnbc and the only tactic they have is calling anti-obama-voters "racist". As if no one BUT blacks voted for the most anti-American "president" in history in 2008. Got news for them, blacks are about 13% of the population and they couldn't elect a dog-catcher without the help of many white people who HAD to prove they weren't racist. obama has set race-relations back 50 years because of his incompetence and his hatred of all things American.. That is on HIM. Personally, I am long past caring WHAT the bottom-feeding-press says about ANYTHING. Lord, let this Election be over soon, so we can get back what is left of the American Dream and begin to heal our Country.
And ABC had a two-minute run of Obama's last-minute push, focusing on the crowds and his "energy". Meanwhile they had one picture of Romney and focused on his "target audience" of white males supporting Romney over Obama. At least you could call that balance.
Why does Great leader have cult like support of Black and minority voters? ........... even with terrible unemployment and economy ............ he still has to BUY their votes ............ welfare, food stamps free phones, and tuition and illegal citizenship for aliens.
I disagree that the race card is exhausted. This could help put the squishy one to two percent who have a hard time making up their minds (or even thinking logically)into the Obama column. Of course it doesn't work on "us" and we have a hard time fathoming it but you tell a black, hispanic or guilty white "undecided" that Romney supporters are racists and they may vote for O agaist their better judgement. Not saying its a world-beater strategy but at a small target audience it no doubt has its effect shameful as it is.
I watched a black CNN host interview the Ohio SecState, a white Republican this morning. If ever I saw a bitter racist, it was that host. He was openly hostile and dishonest in his questioning. Shameful that he is even on the tube. CNN need look at it's own on air staff to figure out why it has no viewers.
Since all MSM is on the racism story today... perhaps the WH emergency mtg was to execute the backfall position... if Obama is losing. Gin up racism & calls for action. In Ohio... the handlers of the busloads of Somali's attacked a Romney bus & wouldn't let folks off the bus.
If they can't intimidate enuff GOP voters not to vote... then the MSM will assist in attempting a national race riot.
The race card is the Democrats' tool for appealing to the ignorance and bigotry of their voters. It's a smear that cannot be disputed, a fraud that cannot be disproved. It is the cheapest, easiest way to generate emotion, as is the "anti-woman" card. Identity politics is caustic, it's toxicity long outlasts any temporary political benefits. It's use voids any legitimacy for the Dem party. If you do business with Democrats, you are validating an illegitimate organization.
Conservatives are patriots. When we see an American president in trouble, we tend to see his problems as our own. Which makes it hard to know how to react to Obama´s troubles in Syria. I am going to make an unusual case here that Obama´s Syrian stumbles actually benefit the United States and the civilized world. If that sounds odd -- well, it is. I can think of only one precedent: Jimmy Carter´s punch in the nose from Ayatollah Khomeini in 1979, which caused American voters to elect Ronald Reagan instead.
It has been said a number of times in recent years that the U.S. is undergoing a period of flux, a state of rapid churning on the political-social level with any number contradictory trends appearing and vanishing while few permanent changes are evident. After 2013, this may no longer be the case. Events of this past summer indicate that a new political paradigm is settling in -- one in no way friendly toward American life as we now understand it. This new system was outlined by Dr. Angelo Codevilla in his 2010 book, The Ruling Class. Codevilla saw clear signs
I learned many things attending the trial of George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida, and watching it online, but one important thing I learned was fully unexpected, and it was this: the Republicans may never win a national election again. This observation has nothing to do with the February 2012 shooting of Trayvon Martin, nothing to do with race, nothing to do with policy, and everything to do with the way people, especially women and young people, increasingly get their information.
There is a sea change occurring in America fifty years after MLK Jr.´s "I Have a Dream" speech. This paradigm shift is spreading with the growing realization among our citizens that Black America (including our president) seems to hate Non-Black America. Temper this sweeping statement with the fact that blacks in America may genuinely like non-black individuals, just as whites in 1850 who believed blacks were a lower form of life still knew individual black men they respected for their particular talents and/or character.
I recently met a man who cycled from his home in California to Maryland. When I exclaimed how interesting it must have been to talk with Americans across the country, he looked at me as if I had two heads. "Are you crazy? I didn´t talk to anyone," he told me. "They´re all red-necks." A liberal friend solemnly warned me not to tell anyone I support the Tea Party. They´re all racists, wacko survivalists and birthers, she told me, impervious to anything I said about my pride in the Tea Party, and our mainstream issues: fiscal responsibility and constitutional, limited
They say that capitalism is the deadliest threat to poor Americans. But that´s not true -- it´s actually Big Education. We are constantly told that educators are "dedicated" to improving the lives of students and that a good education opens the door to a good career and financial success. But while this rhetoric may have been true at one time, in the last ten years the economic reality of property taxes and student loan debt are starting to overcome the positives. Educators may now be the greatest source of financial hardship faced by middle-class and poor working Americans.
America is lucky to have had two great social theorists: Yogi Berra and Richard Feynman. Had the Democrats heeded their words of wisdom when the issue of ObamaCare arose they´d not be sliding down the slippery slope they greased all by themselves. Yogi´s warning is nice and succinct: "In theory there is no differ between theory and practice. In practice there is." Professor Feynman said much the same thing but in a few more words: "The real question of government versus private enterprise is argued on too philosophical and abstract a basis. Theoretically, planning may be good..."
Back in 2005, when George W. Bush was president, I was covering a Memorial Day ceremony in Washington for the American Forces Press Service. Bush was the featured speaker; and I noticed that the young man sitting next to me studiously refused to clap or applaud when the president spoke. I struck up a conversation with the young man and we had a good rapport. So when the ceremony was over, I asked my new friend why he didn’t clap or applaud. “Because I despise Bush,” he told me. “That’s fine,” I replied. “Every American has the right to oppose
It´s obvious to any sentient being that Hillary Rodham Clinton will be the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee. Already she has begun the round of speeches at influential venues, the visits to primary states, the media spin, the heightening of speculation on "Will she run?" All of this, along with a five-part miniseries and full-length documentary planned for release ahead of the 2016 election. As for fund-raising, that is hardly a problem for the Clinton machine. Actually, Hillary Clinton is already not only the frontrunner for her party´s nomination, but also the favorite to win against any GOP candidate.
President Obama addressed health rights in his August 17 radio address, but he didn´t mention what happens inside an inner city emergency room. Wait until his lemmings find out what having a "right" to healthcare means according to the single-payer collectivists. If the dulled masses, schooled in the evils of capitalism these last forty years, don´t wake up in time to the connection between free market principles and the genius of American medicine, the progressives´ long yearned for single-payer system, already in the works, will become a reality.
Having been made a complete fool of by Russia´s Putin, Obama is in schoolyard whining mode, making fun of Putin and calling him names while criticizing Russia´s stand on gays. This is beneath the office of the president and once again demonstrates how out of his depth our buffoon-in-chief is. In criticizing Putin, Obama groused that Putin has "got that kind of slouch, looking like the bored kid in the back of the classroom." Can you imagine if a Republican president (say, George W. Bush) behaved in so sophomoric and pathetic a fashion? The media´s response would have been indescribable.
The trial of the Fort Hood gunman, who is acting as his own attorney, took a surreal turn as the former Army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 in the November 2009 attack grilled witnesses -- including his former boss in the military and a fellow Muslim who spoke to him the day of the shooting.. After a short opening statement in which ex-Army Maj. Nidal Hasan called himself a "mujahedeen," admitted to the rampage and said "the dead bodies will show that war is an ugly thing," Hassan cross-examined prosecution witnesses, including retired Lt. Col Ben Kirk Phillips
Russia last night issued a chilling threat to assist Syria if the US leads military strikes against its hated regime. As a summit of world leaders broke up in acrimony, Vladimir Putin declared openly that he is already supplying arms to Syrian tyrant Bashar Assad and vowed to step up support if a planned missile attack goes ahead. There were gasps as the Russian President made his remarks after being asked how he would react if Barack Obama proceeds with an attack in response to Syria’s used of chemical weapons. ‘Will we help Syria? We will. And we are already helping,
There is proof the footage of the alleged chemical attack in Syria was fabricated, Mother Agnes Mariam el-Salib, mother superior of St. James Monastery in Qara, Syria, told RT. She says she is about to submit her findings to the UN. Mother Agnes, a catholic nun, who has been living in Syria for 20 years and has been reporting actively on what has been going on in the war-ravaged country, says she carefully studied the video featuring allegedly victims of the chemical weapons attack in the Syrian village of Guta in August and now questions its authenticity. In her interview
Don´t look for Iraq War-style protests, says the liberal activist, who -- like "M*A*S*H" star Mike Farrell -- opposes military action. In 2003, ahead of a U.S. attack on Iraq, a robust anti-war movement in Hollywood included a TV commercial starring Martin Sheen and Sean Penn visiting Baghdad. There were online petitions signed by Ed Asner; letters to President George W. Bush pleading for peace were signed by Matt Damon, Tim Robbins, Barbra Streisand and Alec Baldwin; former M*A*S*H star Mike Farrell fronted multiple press conferences where celebrities denounced war. In interviews, Janeane Garofalo stopped identifying herself as an actor
President Obama will sit for interviews Monday with six TV networks as he makes his case to the nation for military intervention in Syria. Obama will tape interviews Monday afternoon with anchors from ABC, CBS and NBC, as well as with PBS, CNN and Fox News, the White House said. The interviews will be conducted by ABC´s Diane Sawyer, CBS´s Scott Pelley, CNN´s Wolf Blitzer, Fox´s Chris Wallace, NBC´s Brian Williams and PBS´s Gwen Ifill. The interviews will air that night, ahead of Obama´s Tuesday speech on Syria.
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) is running for president. In a radio interview this week, the Republican lawmaker told a New Hampshire station that he was in the state “because right now I’m running for president,” according to The New York Daily News. The visit was King’s second of four trips to the traditional home of the nation’s first presidential primary. The announcement makes King the first Republican to officially declare their intentions to run for president in 2016. King has previously expressed an interest in running for president, though Democrats including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi have had their doubts
Between phone calls urging lawmakers to authorize a military attack against Syria, President Obama went golfing Saturday. Mr. Obama played a round of golf with three White House aides at Andrews Air Force Base in suburban Maryland. As his motorcade left the White House grounds near the South Lawn en route to the golf course shortly before 1 p.m., anti-war protesters demonstrated outside the fence on the north side of the White House. The president also received an update Saturday from Chief of Staff Denis McDonough about the administration’s efforts to persuade Congress to support a limited missile strike against
It is very possible that the president will not obtain a join authorization to bomb Syria; if he chooses to go ahead and attack anyway, Obama will incite a constitutional crisis—the first time in history that a president has decided to go to war against the declared wishes of Congress. The public and the courts will adjudicate the legality of that act, and it would be contentious. So the corner that Obama has painted himself into is now inescapable. Defying Congress will put the country into a Watergate/Monicagate mess. Not doing anything will confirm the administration’s impotence and only enhance
Drug war hawk John McCain is turning pot dove. McCain appears open to making a dramatic shift on marijuana policy, saying during a town-hall meeting in Arizona that he´s open to potentially legalizing weed. “Maybe we should legalize. We´re certainly moving that way as far as marijuana is concerned,” McCain said in comments first reported by Arizona Daily Star columnist Tim Steller. “I respect the will of the people." In the past, McCain has been a hard-liner on federal drug policy. During his 2000 presidential primary campaign, the Arizona Republican suggested increasing penalties and sentence guidelines for those convicted
A key part of President Obama’s press conference in St. Petersburg last Friday went largely under the radar in the US media--his bizarre analogy between the crisis in Syria, and the London Blitz. [Snip] Those kinds of interventions, these kinds of actions are always unpopular, because they seem distant and removed. And I want to make sure I’m being clear. I’m not--I’m not drawing an analogy to World War II, other than to say when London was getting bombed, it was profoundly unpopular, both in Congress and around the country, to help the British.
A 31-year-old African American who allegedly said he wanted to attack the next white person who walked by could be charged with hate crimes after punching three people in an apparent racially motivated attack. One of his victims, 62-year-old Jeffrey Babbitt, has been left brain damaged after being punched to the ground in New York´s Union Square on Wednesday afternoon, in a senseless attack that shocked onlookers. Witnesses were shocked at the unexpected violence in Union Square on Wednesday afternoon, as Lashawn Marten punched Mr Babbitt and two other men after allegedly making racist comments. He said "the next white person who
Retired Army Gen. David H. Petraeus, former CIA director under President Barack Obama, called strongly Saturday for Congress to back the White House on Syria, declaring that military action against the regime is “necessary” to deter “Iran, North Korea and other would-be aggressors.” “Failure of Congress to approve the president’s request would have serious ramifications not just in the Mideast but around the world,” Petraeus said in a four-sentence statement provided to Politico. (Snip) In his years as U.S. commander in Iraq and Afghanistan, Petraeus was regarded by many Republican lawmakers as a god on military matters.
The school district in Little Rock, Ark. has announced plans for a dress code that will require teachers to wear underwear. Every single day. Female teachers will have to wear bras, too. An Aug. 29 letter from the Little Rock School District’s Office of the Superintendent to all employees explains that the dress code will officially go into effect in the fall of 2014. “Foundational garments shall be worn and not visible with respect to color, style, and/or fabric,” the letter reads. “No see-through or sheer clothing shall be allowed, and no skin shall be visible between pants/trousers, skirts, and shirts/blouses at