Dems’ Race Pandering is Disgusting

It’s disgusting how Democrats continuously play the race card to keep black voters on the plantation (and frustrating that blacks so often let themselves be played this way). The latest example? Vice President (and Dunce-in-Chief) Joe Biden telling an audience that Republican financial policies will “put y’all back in chains.”

So first you take on a fake accent (that of an Old South plantation owner), and then you make a clear reference to black slavery.

Wow. Really, massa? You mean dem ’publicans got it out fuh us? All dey ideas ’bout workin’ hawd and earnin’ yo’ way and not milkin’ da system is jus’ mo’ of dem evil capalist notions?

Yes, y’all. That it is.

Yes, racism is real, and it’s still alive in this country, but most people, from what I can tell, are not racist. And it’s time we all consider just what racism entails—it’s not just whites hating blacks because they’re black, or blacks hating Hispanics because they’re Hispanic; it’s also blacks voting for a black man simply because he’s (half) black, and it’s politicians keeping blacks on entitlements so said blacks will keep voting for said politicians.

Put y’all back in chains? Come on. Blacks have been in chains to Democrats for years, offering up their votes in exchange for continued freebies that come at someone else’s expense, mortgaging their opportunity to chase the American dream in exchange for political slavery.

In response to a GOP uproar over Biden’s remark, Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter said the campaign has “no problem” with the veep’s words, and further rationalized the situation by saying, “If you want to talk about the use of words, then take a look at Mitt Romney’s stump speech where he basically calls the president un-American.”

So it’s tit for tat, then? Two wrongs make a right? Is that the mature ways to handle things? Besides, the issue of Obama’s “Americanness” depends on how you define what’s “American” and “un-American.” If, by “American,” you mean “taking what you didn’t earn, from someone who did earn it,” then yes, Romney is wrong and Obama is totally “American.”

If, on the other hand, you define “American” as “having equal opportunity to make something of your life, the result being mostly up to you,” then Romney has never been more right in his life.

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