Blacks’ blind allegiance to ‘blackness’

sharptonrally1“There’s no doubt that there’s some folks who just really dislike me because they don’t like the idea of a black president.”

– Barack Obama, the New Yorker, Jan. 27 edition

Well, the race-baiters are at it again, and with the uncanny tendency of their inflammatory rhetoric to come in waves within news cycles – or even touching them off; one wonders if they might be coordinated. So, President Obama says in his recent interview with the New Yorker that racial tensions have militated against his popularity among white voters over the last two years. While Obama did add that there are some blacks and whites who may like him simply because he is black, this does not mitigate the cravenness and utterly disgusting nature of his claim.

Indeed, I would submit that Obama would not have become president except for his ethnicity. That aside, he would be wearing an orange jumpsuit by now – at the very least – if not for the fact that he’s black. One could argue that his words were irresponsible, but the term “irresponsible” carries the connotation that he didn’t fully grasp what he was saying. Obama knew exactly what he was saying; lest I digress, he used the New Yorker interview to interject quite a few other points of salacious propaganda, all quite calculated.

The idea that racism has played a part in Americans’ dissatisfaction with Obama obviously defies logic. Did the whites who voted for him in 2008 and 2012 suddenly decide to embrace their “inner racist”? No. Of course, Obama knows that there is no logic in this whatsoever – but it doesn’t matter. He is playing to hopelessly propagandized blacks and leftist ideologues – the sorts of people who might vote in an outright communist as mayor of New York City, for example.

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