“I saw the people who scream and shout about ObamaCare. I saw the hatred that was in people’s eyes”

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 at 6:53 am

Fifty years after Martin Luther King’s  “I have a dream” and liberal Democrats are still behaving as if we’re living in the 1800’s. At what point do we move on from this imaginary racism?

When President Obama follows in Dr. Martin Luther King’s footsteps on Wednesday with an address at the Lincoln Memorial, he will face a nation where race remains the great divide.

Black lawmakers say the election of the nation’s first African America president has not been a salve for racial tensions, a view that the public has also voiced in recent polling.

While Democratic lawmakers place the lion’s share of the blame on Republicans for the state of affairs, they betray disappointment that more progress has not been made since the civil rights movement won its biggest victories.

Remember when King said we should judge a man not by the color of his skin but the content of his character? These whining babies ought to consider that opposing Obama has nothing to do with his skin color, but his utter lack of character and his contempt for the American people.

Asked whether the overall trajectory of race relations has been positive or negative in recent years, the chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) paused for a moment.“Right after the election of the president, I would have thought it was going in a positive direction, but I am not so sure anymore,” she said.

“I think we have lost ground as it relates to our tolerance of people who are different or people who we believe have not worked hard enough. You hear the language all the time on talk radio — the buzzwords, often primarily directed at low-income people and communities of color.”

What are these so-called buzzwords? Geez, can people just grow up and stop with the sniveling about buzzwords and imaginary bogeymen cloaked in white sheets? But leave it to angry old racist Charlie Rangel to take the cake with this idiocy:

Many Democrat insist that the ferocious opposition to Obama has a racial component.“How do you overcome it?” Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY), a founding member of the CBC said, referring to racial inequalities. “We certainly haven’t done it with an African-American president.

“I saw the people who scream and shout about ObamaCare. I saw the hatred that was in people’s eyes. People are not being honest with themselves if they don’t realize that the roots of racism go deep, that we still have not been able to cut that cancer out of the side of America.”

Opposition to a trainwreck government monstrosity of now a cancer. Um, OK.

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8 Responses to ““I saw the people who scream and shout about ObamaCare. I saw the hatred that was in people’s eyes””

  1. Fred Beloit on 26/26/13 at 10:03 am

    Right. Bush was treated with loving kindness and every courtesy by the Left. “Oh say, Mr. President sir, are you sure we have the right policy in subduing Iraq. Gee we really wonder if you are quite on the right track. You see ladies and gentlemen BUSH LIED AND PEOPLE DIED.”

    “How much is that doggie in the window?”
    “That’s no doggie, it’s a Bush effigy on fire.”

  2. Cindy Munford on 26/26/13 at 10:33 am

    Gee, I am pretty sure that I raised just as much noise when they tried to foist Hillarycare on us. Was I a sexist then? The only thing to do to prove I’m not a racist is total capitulation? Good luck with that.

  3. model_1066 on 26/26/13 at 11:57 am

    Of course the left will insist that there can’t be any legitimate criticism of Duh Won…the color of his skin is just one big Mommy’s Skirt to hide behind so they don’t actually have to think about why they elected such an ignorant, sniveling douchebag.

  4. Sarge on 26/26/13 at 12:01 pm

    I guess this all means that I’m a Rationalist: I have no patience with or respect for anyone who is not rational.

    (PS: “Marcia Fudge?” Srsly?)

  5. TimothyJ on 26/26/13 at 1:47 pm

    Shortly after Jesus’ ascension into heaven, John had to take care of people who had twisted His words to their own desires. We call these people Gnostics. The paper was hardly dry on Martin Luther’s thesis when people were denying and changing what he wrote. John Wesley founded the Methodists but within a generation, they had changed in to a Social Gospel group. Why would it strike us as strange that the whiners would distort MLK’s legacy into their own selfish desires.

  6. Tuerqas on 27/27/13 at 12:47 pm

    “Many Democrat insist that the ferocious opposition to Obama has a racial component.“How do you overcome it?” Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY), a founding member of the CBC said, referring to racial inequalities. “We certainly haven’t done it with an African-American president.”

    I think Kerry or Hillary would have been(or will be?) worse. Add in that I hate terrorists and despots and gosh, I guess I just hate the whole human race.