Thursday, March 20, 2008

Throw Grandma Under the Bus

Throw Grandma Under the Bus

Obama gave a nice speech, except for everything he said about race. He apparently believes we're not talking enough about race. This is like hearing Britney Spears say we're not talking enough about pop-tarts with substance-abuse problems.


By now, the country has spent more time talking about race than John Kerry has talked about Vietnam, John McCain has talked about being a POW, John Edwards has talked about his dead son, and Al Franken has talked about his USO tours.

But the "post-racial candidate" thinks we need to talk yet more about race. How much more? I had had my fill by around 1974. How long must we all marinate in the angry resentment of black people?

As an authentic post-racial American, I will not patronize blacks by pretending Obama's pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, is anything other than a raving racist loon. If a white pastor had said what Rev. Wright said -- not about black people, but literally, the exact same things -- I think we'd notice that he's crazier than Ward Churchill and David Duke's love child. (Indeed, both Churchill and the Rev. Wright referred to the attacks of 9/11 as the chickens coming "home to roost.")

Imagine a white pastor saying: "Racism is the American way. Racism is how this country was founded, and how this country is still run. ... We believe in white supremacy and black inferiority. And believe it more than we believe in God."

Imagine a white pastor calling Condoleezza Rice, "Condoskeezza Rice."

Imagine a white pastor saying: "No, no, no, God damn America -- that's in the Bible for killing innocent people! God damn America for treating our citizens as less than human! God damn America for as long as she acts like she is God and she is supreme!"

We treat blacks like children, constantly talking about their temper tantrums right in front of them with airy phrases about black anger. I will not pat blacks on the head and say, "Isn't that cute?" As a post-racial American, I do not believe "the legacy of slavery" gives black people the right to be permanently ill-mannered.

Obama tried to justify Wright's deranged rants by explaining that "legalized discrimination" is the "reality in which Rev. Wright and other African-Americans of his generation grew up." He said that a "lack of economic opportunity among black men, and the shame and frustration that came from not being able to provide for one's family, contributed to the erosion of black families."

That may accurately describe the libretto of "Porgy and Bess," but it has no connection to reality.

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http://www.townhall.com/columnists/AnnCoulter/2008/03/19/
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Enjoy! IMHO, this is one of her best messages!

3 Comments:

Blogger FairestWitness said...

"As a post-racial American, I do not believe "the legacy of slavery" gives black people the right to be permanently ill-mannered."

That's the best line in this column. Blacks want to be able to act hostile and disrespectful toward everyone and suffer no consequences because of long-passed discrimination and slavery. I'm sorry but it goes against human nature, ANY HUMAN BEING'S NATURE, to accept undeserved ill-treatment.

They need to stop listening to and buying into this crap. It holds them back from enjoying a rich, full, happy life. And they irritate the crap out of their fellow Americans who have had enough of this BS!

8:38 AM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

BRAVO, FW! You're one smart gal!

12:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ladies there's something else at play here and NO ONE (including myself) is saying it. Maybe late tonight after a few beers I'll come out with my thoughts on this matter and why I think we will ALWAYS have to deal with endemic social problems of THIS exact sort.

Morgan

9:23 AM  

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