Democrats keep bringing up the race issue: Can't we all just get along?

Written by Paul Zannucci on 8:15 AM

First we had Hillary announcing that hard working white Americans weren't going to vote for Barack. Then it was Barack Obama, himself, reminding everyone in a speech how scary he was--then adding that he was black. Ralph Nader followed, attempting to guard America's black consumers by questioning Obama's blackness. Now we have The New Yorker, my favorite liberal rag, putting Obama in Islamic clothes and Michelle Obama in radical military gear. (see here)

Of course, The New Yorker claims it is all a satirical representation of what Republicans are thinking. Imagine that. Republicans have still not brought up the race issue--except for one amateur Obama smear site that I know of--but The New Yorker knows what we're doing even when we aren't doing it. We are, after all, a bunch of racists by their definition.

It is unremarkable that the closed-minded left would carry on this way without any exterior evidence to back their thinking. After all, they like to fight the same battles for decades, trapping their constituencies in a sort of retro-victimization long after the rest of the world has moved on. That's how they maintain their voting blocks.

What is remarkable is that more people don't catch on to the nonsense. The African-American community needs to realize that the Democrats have nothing left to offer them but perpetual victim-hood.

I don't expect the black community to snap out of it this election. The opportunity to elect an African-American is understandably a draw that is nearly impossible for the average voter to overcome. But while you are voting Democrat this election, keep a critical eye on them and the Republicans. You may notice some things, that the only ones making race an issue are the so-called enlightened ones.

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  1. 5 comments: Responses to “ Democrats keep bringing up the race issue: Can't we all just get along? ”

  2. By Jeremy Sarber on July 14, 2008 at 11:17 AM

    Being a talk radio junkie, I can't help but roll my eyes every time a caller defends Obama because he's black. Isn't that in itself racist?

    Dictionary.com's definition:
    a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement

    I think it's racist to use his race as a reason for supporting him. It's basically old school racism with a make-over. I don't care if a candidate is white, black, purple, or green. What about his beliefs and policies?

    I don't like to "link drop" but my friend, Vins Howell, wrote a great piece on the misconception about Democrats being the champions for black people. I thought it was quite good:

    Blacks 90% Democrats? How?

  3. By The Lonely Conservative on July 14, 2008 at 10:08 PM

    Unfortunately, people keep buying the crap the MSM is selling them (pardon my French but I couldn't really think of a more appropriate word). When the approval rating of the Democrat controlled Congress is 9%, but everyone predicts the Democrats will retain control, and possibly pick up seats, you know there is a problem with the conservative message getting out to the American public. It's sad and scary.

  4. By Bryan on July 16, 2008 at 3:18 AM

    The Dems have used race and the black community for years. They exploit the issue and it's people every chance they get.

  5. By Notoriously Conservative on August 15, 2008 at 5:48 PM

    Oh those lefties and their obsession with race. If I hear someone say how historic this race is again, I just might blow chunks. This is no more historic than any other. What does the man's skin color have to do with it? He is no different than Jimmy Carter. There is nothing historic about another lefty pushing his socialist garbage down our throats.

    Romney 2012!

  6. By Notoriously Conservative on August 15, 2008 at 5:51 PM

    Oh, I almost forgot, check out my post on Obama and the race issue. http://notoriouslyconservative.blogspot.com/2008/08/obama-race-questions-cast-doubt-on.html