Yeah, Great, Let’s Talk About Race in America. That’s Way More Important Than Fixing the Economy

Oh, yippee. Dear Reader President Momjeans is calling for yet another “dialog on race” in America.

Some commentators have called for a national conversation on race, and Obama agreed that “we should all look inward,” and have “mature” talks about “the divides that still exist.”

He said this in the context of the Martyrdom of St. Shirley of the USDA, of whom he said, “She deserves better than what happened last week,” conveniently forgetting that when she was being crucified, he was the one handing out the nails.

My comments:

  • Every time Obama, or Sharpton, or Jesse Jackson says “dialog about race,” what they mean is “a lecture on grievances.” In fact, you can substitute the word “grievance” for the word “race” in practically any utterance from any civil rights figure.
  • The reason these self-righteous prigs are always saying we need a “dialog about race grievances,” isn’t because they want to listen to other people, it’s because they want to set themselves up in Race Commissions —  ideally with a hefty taxpayer subsidy — where they can lecture everybody else about what bigots they are. (Like the phony job Obama offered St. Shirley if she ever decides to get down off the cross.)
  • The way to get passed race in America isn’t for a bunch of busy-bodies to lecture us about grievances. It will happen when I mind my own business and look after my family, and you mind your own business and look after your family, and everybody minds their own business and looks after their family, and the Government stops funding stupid commissions and studies whose continued funding depends on the perpetuation of racial grievances.

Groovy, baby. Let's rap about your grievances.

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One response to “Yeah, Great, Let’s Talk About Race in America. That’s Way More Important Than Fixing the Economy

  1. Cylar

    “It will happen when I mind my own business and look after my family, and you mind your own business and look after your family, and everybody minds their own business…

    This echoes what Morgan Freeman said in a recent “60 minutes” interview with Mike Wallace. (Google it.) He said that he didn’t want to be called a “black man” and that he wouldn’t be calling Wallace “a white man.” He said the way to get past race is to stop talking about it.

    But you know as well as I do that the object was never to get past race or achieve true reconciliation over old issues like slavery, segregation, and discrimination. If America truly put that grievance mongering behind us where it belongs, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson would be out of a job.

    And you know perfectly well why Obama and Co don’t want to talk about the economy. It continues to falter, which is always bad for the incumbent party.

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