You Got to Be Kidding Me!

Left Begins Preparing Race Excuse

Posted in 2008 Election, Politics by Stacy McMahon on September 22, 2008

Editor and Publisher talks about an Associated Press poll purporting to show that the percentage of voters who may vote against Barack Obama because he’s black could exceed the probable margin in a close election. Besides supporting my theory that this will be uglier the closer it is, it also confirms the blindingly obvious – that “liberals” will loudly, publicly and mindlessly blame racism if Obama should happen to lose. The interesting part is that the poll picks on Democrats:

an AP-Yahoo News poll that found one-third of white Democrats harbor negative views toward blacks—many calling them ‘lazy,’ “violent’ or responsible for their own troubles.

Cynic that I am, I just don’t believe there’s any chance that the focus on Dems indicates that someone noticed the allegedly racist and sexist GOP has serially supported Alan Keyes, JC Watts, Elizabeth Dole and now Sarah Palin for national offices, while the jackass party lamely proclaimed Bill Clinton “the first black President”, apparently because he had some of those pesky personal troubles.

Impressively, Barack Obama continues to be the only person in and around his campaign who doesn’t lean on the race crutch hard enough to compress a titanium I-beam.


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  1. Clint said, on September 22, 2008 at 2:14 pm

    Wow. A lot of racists out there.

    I think it’s valid to blame any subgroup whose membership is larger than the margin of loss on an issue — All subgroups that meet this criteria share the blame simultaneously. 🙂

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