Who Can It Be Now?

Post by Gregory of Yardale

NY Governor David Paterson claims that the criticism toward himself, Deval Patrick, and Barack Obama has nothing to do with their crappy performances as Chief Executive of … in order, New York, Massachusetts, and the USA. It’s because, “one very successful minority is permissible, but when you see too many success stories, then some people get nervous.

A commentator rushes to their defense, agreeing, when it comes to criticism of Obama and resistance to his neo-Marxist agenda, it’s all about race.

“The extreme right hates him for being African-American and fights what the president does to improve the deteriorated image of that country…”

“I don’t have the slightest doubt that the racist right will do everything possible to wear him down, blocking his program to get him out of the game one way or another, at the least political cost.”

Who wrote that? One the dependable Democrat fluffers in print like David Broder, E.J. Dionne, or Paul Krugman? Or, was it one of the fluffers at MSDNC, perhaps Keith Olbermann, Rachel Maddow, or Chrissy Matthews? Perhaps it was a professional academic race-baiter, like Henry Louis Gates or Cornel West?

Yeah, it could have come from any of them, but it actually came from this guy…

Commies stick together.

Commies stick together.

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  1. The Doktor

    Rep. Diane Watson (Dummie – L.A.)

    “They are spreading fear and they’re trying to see that the first president who looks like me — fails.”

    “People look at the United States as a country that has changed it’s way and elected someone from Kenya and Kansas, I’ll put it like that.”

    She also LOVES Castro. Watson praised heath care in Fidel Castro’s Cuba — and, it seemed, the Cuban revolution itself. She said:

    “You can think whatever you want to about Fidel Castro, but he was one of the brightest leaders I have ever met.”

    Yes, in case you missed it, this IS America.

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