Racists Accuse Obama of Being Racist to Hide How Racist They Are

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This Just in from the Conservative Perpetual Rage Machine: Black President makes people hate black people. Or white people. Or…hell, I don’t even know.

The Right-Wing attack machine never sleeps; the monolith runs on hatred, misdirection, and falsehoods the way a Ford F-250 runs on gasoline: inefficiently and constantly demanding more. Rick Santorum (R-B.S.) pays his pounds of flesh to the Conservative Juggernaut by keeping close watch over who puts what where; he spends his every waking moment thinking about gay sex. Sens.Ted Cruz (R-FL) and Rand Paul (R-KY) combine their efforts in a frat boy menage a trois with low-income families playing the role of the blackout drunk object of their own frustrations. Rep. Mike Lee (R-UT) runs a very simple ‘I don’t trust that black guy’ operation; think of it as the George Zimmerman offense. The list goes on, but you see how they operate, perpetual outrage and perceived persecution; if all of the demons (Democrats) hate you because you’re on the side of the angels, there’s no time to consider what exactly you believe.

Well, Persecution Squadron has assembled into attack formation and they’re honing in on one of their most onerous positions. They’re blaming Pres. Obama for “dividing America along racial lines.” The standard talking point is that Pres. Obama, by mentioning Trayvon Martin and describing the life of a black man, has created a racial tension in the United States that would not otherwise exist. This level of bullshit goes deep. You have to remember Rand Paul’s speech to historically-black Howard University to fully grasp the type of smoke-and-mirrors they’re trying to pull off. Here’s a pretty good recap of the speech, but I’ve got some excerpts. Please, read on:

“Did you guys know that Democrats have done every bad thing to black people? Yep, it’s true. Republicans have always cared about black people. Lincoln freed the slaves, and then *mumble, mumble*. Republicans passed legislation *inaudible*. Lincoln freed the slaves.” -Rand Paul

So, the whitewashing of conservative history requires an end to racial tension some time in the recent past. If I had to guess, they will place this colorblind utopia squarely during Reagan’s first term. You remember Ronald Reagan, right? The man who completely ignored Apartheid in South Africa? Yep, that Reagan.

So, once the racial utopia is established, it’s absurd to believe that Trayvon Martin was killed because the color of his skin made him scary. In this neverland, Trayvon was killed because he was threatening, or dressed wrongly, or out too late, or too violent, or on the wrong side of the street, or because Mars was in retrograde, or what-the-hell-ever. He was definitely not killed, because black males in this country are considered to be dangerous.

Enter Barack Obama saying that Trayvon Martin was targeted much as other black males are targeted. Well this just doesn’t fit because, as you recall, President Abraham Reagan freed the non-violent first-time offenders. Err. Something like that. It’s disgusting to me that the GOP would try to erase so much of history.  Here is Rep. Steve King (R-IA) explaining how the black guy in office is making everybody more racist.

It’s a baseless, gutless, spineless, completely disingenuous attack line even for the Conservative Malarkey Machine. The first Black president didn’t divide Americans along racial lines, that happened earlier; it was called the damned Civil War. America has never been more divided than when it was literally divided. Actually, you know what, I’m wrong. Americans were not divided during Civil War, because slaves were not Americans any more than your dog (no disrespect to you, I know you would never treat your dog the way slaves were treated). Perhaps, it was most divided in 1963, when Gov. George Wallace (D-AL) stood in the schoolhouse door to prevent black students from registering. When four little girls were killed by white supremacists’ bomb in a church basement in Alabama; in 1999, when Amadou Diallo was shot nineteen times on his own front porch. The list goes on. The truth is that the United States has been downright cruel to women and minorities for a long time. So, if conservatives are having histrionics because the white male power structure, as Bill O’Reilly pointed out, is disappearing then that’s on them. Shining a light at the roaches scurrying in your trash didn’t produce them. Shattering the stranglehold that the privileged have had on power for 200 years didn’t create the divide; it’s bridging that gap, and we all know that inequality doesn’t die peacefully. It dies loudly with much gnashing of teeth and rending of garments.

Onward, Conservative Soldiers.




  1. Some people still believe in due process. Like being considered innocent until a jury find you guilty. To not have your own president consider you guilty. To not have him come out a try to pressure your jury before they are even chosen. To not have the attorney general come into a case that is a local crime. That once that jury did find you not guilty that your president would accept it and not blame it on racism and try to double jeopardy you….

    And man, Obama is the most racist and bigoted president we have had since Jackson. Stop defending him. It makes you look like a hypocrite and dilutes your message.

    • “And man, Obama is the most racist and bigoted president we have had since Jackson. Stop defending him. It makes you look like a hypocrite and dilutes your message.”

      Hyperbolic statements such as this are, in no way, constructive. Are you aware that fifteen presidents presided over a government that condoned slavery? Twenty-eight presidents presided over a government that denied women the right to vote? 35 presidents presided over a government that allowed for the systematic disenfranchisement of blacks? I could go on for days.

      Obama presented a reality that many black men live through, and some people found that hard to stomach. Doesn’t make Pres. Obama a racist, it makes those accusing him terrified of the truth. Why do you find the reality of discrimination to be so frightening?

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