Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Racist Is...As Racist Does

Buddies and Pals

In American politics if a white voter supports a candidate for elected office simply because the candidate is also white, that voter is labeled a white racist.

Of course, calling someone a “white” racist is racist language in and of itself, but liberal whites and blacks seem to lack the ability to recognize that fact.

When a black voter supports a candidate simply because the candidate is black, they aren’t racist, they’re just “politically involved”. They are just showing “solidarity”

According to a New York Times article today, “the vast majority of black elected officials in New York” were expected to throw their support to U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton in her candidacy for President. The Times says this is no longer true due to the surge of popularity of Barack Obama, Democrat, U.S. Senator of Illinois and the only major black candidate.

The article also says that through a series of interviews, a “significant” number of those black officials may be backing off of their support of Clinton because of Obama’s strong grass roots support among black voters in their districts.

Clinton has demonstrated her fear of losing the black vote to Obama by pandering and sucking up to black leaders like Al Sharpton, (of course, Obama has shamelessly sucked up the street punk Sharpton as well.)

The Times also quoted Harlem Assemblyman Adam Clayton Powell IV who said;

“I would have supported Hillary if it were not for Barack Obama. He can identify with my African-American community in a way that no other candidate can.”

Just because Obama is black.


Blogger Winged Hussar 1683 said...

Al Sharpton is a Black clone of the Aryan Nations' Tom Metzger. He is racist and anti-Semitic TRASH whose hate speech (like Metzger's) led indirectly to racist violence that cost people's lives (Crown Heights, Freddy's Fashion Mart). I must conclude from the picture that Obama also is racist and anti-Semitic trash who approves of Sharpton and his history.

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