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In the last two weeks, there’ve been several of these similar racist and racialist insults by Democrats levied against Republicans. And when they refer to “Republicans,” what they mean is “White men who work and pay taxes” based upon the statements made when taken in-full and considering who it is who has made these not-unusually cookie-cutter snarls about Americans: it appears to be a Democrat-party tent pole complaint aimed at holding up (or trying to rehoist) the failed Democratic Party and Barack Obama credibility as the 2012 Presidential election approaches. Since the snarls are all similar in complaint and insult, it certainly appears pre-arranged, which means, there’s an organizational motive there, to restate the obvious.


Democratic Party campaign mode: “it’s White people’s fault, Obama is a Black guy victimized by the White man, the Tea Party (Democrats’ code speak for “white people”) is racist (because they’re White people by majority, gotta’ be that they’re racist according to Democrats)…”

An example of this:

Rep. Cummings: Most Blacks Think Obama “Has Been Treated Unfairly” (Video)

“There’s another thing the press seems to not get. A lot of African-Americans that I’ve talked to, most of them say that they ‘feel this President has been treated unfairly.’ They believe he has done every single thing in his power to try to create jobs, to try to make sure this economy moves forward. He’s gone against just fierce opposition. I think, I mean if you look at the evidence, that’s true. He’s accomplished a lot in the short time he’s been President. But the fact is, it has not been easy and will not continue to be easy,” Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) said on “Morning Joe” this morning.

What Rep. Cummings either is unable to understand or understands but insists he does not is that Obama’s Presidency has failed because the man in the Presidency is incompetent, devious, untrustworthy, unreliable, appears quite lazy and self-indulgent past any point of respectability and is incompetent to the job (and I realize I wrote “is incompetent” twice).

It’s Barack Obama’s failure, it’s his fault, it’s his irresponsibility as to his job performance. His behavior is not the fault of “White people” any more than the road is the reason the car won’t start.

What Rep. Cummings is engaged in is the dreadful, wan and wasteful perspective of identity politics: Obama’s failure is due to him being victimized by White people, since Obama is a Black man, then it must be that he’s victimized by White people when he doesn’t deliver beyond the bare requirements, transgresses ethics and mismanages conditions.

Another example of this from another Democrat:


Dem Congresswoman Blames Black Unemployment On “Racism” (Video)

“When you look at African American males, 40% of them are unemployed, those under 30 years of age. I understand exactly the entire nation must be involved in this recovery but the black community is experiencing a great recession. That’s what we’re experiencing,” Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) told MSNBC.

“And all of the growth in the past 30 years, we see it slipping away. From home ownership, the middle class; it’s slipping away from our hands. And it has a lot to do with many issues. Racism, shipping jobs overseas, access — no access to technology. You know, the digital divide is there and many of the new jobs that’s what it requires. So, we have a problem.”

More evidence of the Democrat peg-leg called “we’re victims of America” while claiming America — who they imply means “White people” — is the culprit, responsible for the ills and woes of these victims — and by “victims,” they mean “African Americans” or Black people.

Rep. Federica Wilson complains about “African American” persons not being employed and clearly she sets a terrible example of what it means to be a person deserving of employment. Slavery in the fledgling United States ended long, long ago — long before anyone alive today if not also several generations among those alive today has any familiarity with or memory of — and more taxpayer money is funneled to social programs to benefit “minorities” (which largely means “Blacks” or “African Americans” who claim their race is victimized by other races, and, thus, their achievements, including self-sufficiency, are impaired; in other words, they view themselves by way of birthright as “victims” and America, therefore, owes them taxpayer-funded goods and services disproportionately when compared with everyone else).

Here she is with her red-sequined cowboy hat which she wears out-of-doors AND in, despite polite considerations. And here she is in her yellow variety, here she is in her green variety and here she is in her black-and-white rendition…of a cowboy hat despite the fact that she is serving in the U.S. Congress, owns no horses, nor no cattle, does no ranching work, nothing agricultural and certainly has no employment-relative cause to wear sequins. Or cowboy hats. The only job Ms. Wilson appears to be prepared for is one at a circus, a strip-club or elected by people who are impressed with big, sequined objects that bark irrationally at others.

If someone following Rep. Frederica Wilson’s appearance example applied for 99.9% of the jobs in the U.S., she’d be shown the door. So if unemployment sincerely bothers this woman, and that “African American males” are by high numbers among their race unemployed, then she should — if she was sensible, reasonable, moderately intelligent and well equipped to advise others on issues of employment — set an example of what being a qualified employee is and not be instead harassing others who just may have jobs available. No one, including employers, likes to be ridiculed, and particularly not from people dressed like clowns using Congress to bark.

Additional commentary on Rep. Frederica Wilson: “Mad-Hatter” Frederica Wilson(D-FL) Fighting Congress’s No Hat Rule
– from, November, 19, 2010

Oh, yeah, “fight” the employer’s rules, great way (not really) to get and keep a job.

And more from Rep. Frederica Wilson:

House Dem: Tea Party is the ‘real enemy’
– by Alicia M. Cohn, The Hill, August 23, 2011

Democratic members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) are ramping up anti-Tea Party sentiment this week, with one congresswoman calling the movement “the real enemy” in Florida on Monday night.

“Let us all remember who the real enemy is. The real enemy is the Tea Party,” Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) said at a Miami town hall, according to a report by the Miami Herald. “The Tea Party holds the Congress hostage. They have one goal in mind, and that’s to make President Obama a one-term president.” (— Continued).


Rep. Wilson is endorsed by the abortion industry — Planned Parenthood endorses her, Emily’s List endorses her — so it’s curious how it is she’s complaining about “African Americans” as to employment while she seems quite well hatted in promoting the death of many a Black child (and their mothers): abortion kills more Black children and the women who carry them than it does among any other race — Rep. Wilson is keen on “supporting” this from Congress. Apparently, the hats keep all that bad-juju inside her head and decency out of it.

Minority women constitute only about 13% of the female population (age 15-44) in the United States, but they underwent approximately 36% of the abortions.

According to the Alan Guttmacher Institute, black women are more than 5 times as likely as white women to have an abortion.

On average, 1,876 black babies are aborted every day in the United States.

This incidence of abortion has resulted in a tremendous loss of life. It has been estimated that since 1973 Black women have had about 16 million abortions. Michael Novak had calculated “Since the number of current living Blacks (in the U.S.) is 36 million, the missing 16 million represents an enormous loss, for without abortion, America’s Black community would now number 52 million persons. It would be 36 percent larger than it is. Abortion has swept through the Black community like a scythe, cutting down every fourth member.”

Noting here that Martin Luther King was both a Republican and was pro-life.

I am continually appalled by Democrats who write in headlines how they’re “celebrating services” or some similar announcement promoting themselves and associations in some sort of magical quasi-religiosity while they are seamlessly proud of promoting the death of their children through abortion. It’s senseless as it is also downright evil, which includes their demands that other people fund these wretched acts and be refused their possible moral and ethical objections to performing the acts themselves.


Here are two additional examples of this regurgitated screed from the Democrats (“it’s White people’s fault”) (and by “White people,” they mean “American taxpayers,” “employers,” “pro-lifers,” “the Tea Party” and/or “Republicans”:

This is a tough game. You can’t be intimidated. You can’t be frightened. And as far as I’m concerned — the Tea Party can go straight to hell,” Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) said at a town-hall-style meeting in California.

Waters, who also attended the town hall in Miami, doubled down on her previous remarks, although she refused to repeat the “hell” line because the meeting took place in a church.

“We’re not afraid of the Tea Party,” Waters said. “In this struggle, we have to define who we are, what the president is doing and not let our voices be overshadowed by the Tea Party.”


…The Rev. Jesse Jackson, also participating in the town hall, compared the modern Tea Party movement to opposition to the civil-rights movement. “The Tea Party is a new name on an old game,” he said. “Dr. King fought a ‘tea party’ in Alabama.” (— Continued).

(1.) The Tea Party is a free-association, “grass roots” movement populated by Americans who seek lower taxes, less government and accountability in what government we do have as to what they do spend and why from the taxes Americans pay, and, who seek to elect people to public office who will support those goals; there is not one aspect to and about the Tea Party, such as it is, that relies or defines by race, ethnicity (or gender, for that matter); and,

(2.) Martin Luther King would find what’s taking place today by the Congressional Black Caucus (“CBC”) to be deplorable, of that I am quite sure — his sincere hope and plea was that every man and woman would be “judged by the quality of their character and not the color of their skin.”

Yet there they are, the racists of today, the CBC and others among the Democrats, judging others by the color of their skin and condemning a very large part of America in doing so. Since it was reported that “96% of African-Americans” voted for Barack Obama in 2008 — “because he was Black” — I’d say that that voting block right there (“96% of Blacks who voted for Obama”) was a prime example of what racism is all about: evaluating someone on the color of their skin and not the quality of their character, because Obama was the least well exposed and revealed candidate for the Presidency as ever has been, at least in my time.

And since the motive stated for such a consistent voting preference by African-Americans for Barack Obama was “because he’s Black,” then that cinches the racism title. For Blacks, or otherwise calling themselves, “African Americans.” They today own the racism title, they’ve won it, they claim it, they express it continually and this past week, have made it their recurring political hunta against others. But what do they want, what’s the motivation here? Apprently, based upon the Congressional Black Caucus members’ hateful (and irreverent) rhetoric, they want more of other people’s money.

And the Democratic Party, what’s their motive for such? Obviously, an election is coming up in 2012 and it’s time once again — every three years or so — for the DNC to haul the racism complaints out of their ever-congested identity-political closet. Black people, “African-Americans,” become handy when the DNC wants more votes.


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