Wednesday, September 16, 2009

American Racism

Jimmy Carter, who has seldom managed to be right about anything in his life, continued along his well-marked rut recently when he alleged that the stringent opposition to Barack Hussein Hoover Pinnochio Muhammad bin Obama's policies were, in fact, mere masks for racism.

Carter, once again playing well the role of empty-headed guru (a role he has mastered by long and patient practice), stated

"I think it's based on racism," Carter said in response to an audience question at a town hall held at his presidential center in Atlanta. "There is an inherent feeling among many in this country that an African-American should not be president."

However, the truth of the matter is much more wisely, succinctly, and profoundly revealed below:

It just goes to prove (once again). When you suddenly realize that you can no longer defend an indefensible position (or a series of indefensible positions), just play the race card.

However, one can legitimately ask: When people who cannot defend their own positions consistently resort to classifying opposition to their positions as "white racism," who are the genuine racists?

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