Monday, July 27, 2009

The Race-Baiters, the Cop, and the Beer

As more information dribbles out about the professional Harvard race-baiter, we find out that this whole situation is one about a race baiter with a bully pulpit (Harvard University and its skulls full of mush), a race-baiter with a bigger bully pulpit (The White House and the glaring spotlight of the liberal media) and a cop who was just trying to do his job.

All of the witnesses (regardless of race), the audio of the call, the police report and the police report of the officers who came on the scene all coroborate Sgt. Crowley's version of the events. None of the witnesses (regardless of race), none of the audio of the call and neither of the police reports even remotely match Henry Loius (Skip) Gates' version of the events.

What does this all add up to?

We have an elder professor of "Black Studies" (I challenge anyone to find any course of study on any U.S. university campus anywhere entitled "White Studies") who has, by virtue of his speeches, writing and teachings, been a racist for his entire adult life. We have a younger president of the United States who has a lifelong history of admiration for such racists, communists, Socialists, Marxists, terrorists and others of ill repute. Both of these men, despite their overwhelming successes and the successes of millions of other Black Americans, still see this country through the prism of race, are looking for any hint of a slight against their race and if they can't find one will invent one as they did here. Then, they pompously proclaim that in this racial firestorm they poured gasoline on there is a lesson for the rest of us to learn about race.

I guess the lesson to be learned here is that Black racists are just as much racists as White racists are except for the fact that we give Black racists a pass due to their race and social standing (as Gates told Sgt. Crowley "you don't know who you're messing with" or words to that effect). Now the Black Racist In Chief hopes that a couple of beers will just make it all go away so he can get back to pressing for the destruction of our health care system.

If I were Sgt. Crowley, my message to the President of the United States, with all due respect, would be "hell no!"


3 comments:

Dr. Mom said...

The President is doing just what we could expect Barack Obama to do--not what a president should have done or should do. Instead of saying, "That's a matter for the courts and it would be wrong for me to comment on it, given the weight of this office," he made it--as he ALWAYS does--All About Him. (For someone who's supposed to be such buddies with Rick Warren, he sure acts like he hasn't read the first page: "It's not about you. It's about Him." Seems Barack thinks he's Him.)

Instead of saying, "I shouldn't have characterized the behavior of the police. It was a finished matter, and I should have left it alone," he said, "Well, let's get both sides together and have a beer."

A beer? This is how he handles things? With the introduction of alcohol into an incendiary race-based disagreement? Is he crazy? Or is he so--excuse me--STUPID that his understanding of the effects of alcohol is as minimal and ignorant as his understanding of the economy (just throw money at it), the Arab-Israeli queston (both sides are wrong, but the Jews are a little more wrong), and medicine (doctors take your tonsils out because they make more money if they do expensive procedures) AND quality of life issues (Let's all get together and push Grandma out on the ice.)

This is a disaster. The election was a horrendous mistake, and if we don't dial back the socialism, we might never recover our capitalist system. The Founders would never have understood a "right" to health care--although the fact is they were sicker than any of us are ever allowed to get, died earlier, and had fewer doctors, no technology, and crazy ideas about medicine.

And YET it never crossed their mind to provide a "health care system."

But I digress.

This president isn't "beyond" race; he's obsessed with it, and he has been since he was a child. His entire first book, whether he wrote it or not, isn't so much a search for his FATHER as a long whiny manifesto about race and racial identity in America.

This is what you get when you vote for "hope" and "change" without asking what you should be hoping FOR and HOW the candidate plans to CHANGE everything.

Conservasteve said...

I think Conan O'Brien had a great idea. If this beer deal works out, maybe The Messiah should get Iran's nutty president together with Benjamin Netanyahu for Jaeger bombs. It's really hard to believe that we have such an utter moron as President of the United States -- a race, baiting, community-organizing, Marxist moron. I'm sorry, but the old adage that "we get the government we deserve" is ridiculous. WE get the government the uninformed ignoramuses deserve. Perhaps if there was a way to weave subliminal political eduction into the plot of every prime-time television show and into the raunchy lyrics of pop songs, we'd be able to get somewhere.

Dr. Mom said...

Unfortunately, it's too late to plug smart politics into the pop culture. THEY already beat us to it, and that's how we GOT to the land of Hopity-Changeitude!