Monday, October 27, 2008
Race Cards Are Not Accepted In This Establishment
I know I'm preaching to the choir here but this is D-Day, and it's no holds barred week. As if we all haven't researched and reviewed the enormous amount of evidence implicating Obama in any number of nefarious acts with unsavory alliances, we are still hounded by cries of "racist!" Am I a man hater if I choose to not vote for George W. Bush? Am I a misogynist because I would never vote for Claire McCaskill? Could it be possible that I base my votes on the character, experience, and ability of the candidate? We have entered a "No Fly Zone" in the land of Obamamania. To utter one sound that could be deemed as negative when referring to his lordship, is to be accused of RACISM. PUMAs and others can recite a litany of legitimate reasons why he is not worthy of leading the free world, yet the race card is played to the hilt.
Well, today I have decided, and I apologize to my many friends of color, size, and persuasion, that I am a racist. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. The Obama campaign has determined that we who oppose his candidacy also dislike African American people. Since I have no liberal white guilt, I suppose I will take the assignation of "racist", embrace it, and the next time I am tempted to send money to Darfur, homeless shelters, soup kitchens, Katrina victims, etc., I will simply stop myself and remember, I am a racist. I guess the $56k that my son and I raised for Hurricane Katrina victims, ( who were in large measure, black) was because we didn't care.