A Marxist racist windbag with vile connections 0

 Burt Prelutsky writes in an article titled America’s Last Will and Testament:

I keep hearing people say they don’t know Barack Obama. Oddly enough, I don’t think I’ve ever known a presidential candidate nearly so well. I may not have seen his birth certificate or his medical records, but I’ve certainly heard his words, his wife’s words and his pastor’s words, and I feel they’ve told me all I need to know about this demagogue.

I know that he believes in the Marxist principle of sharing the wealth, and I know that doesn’t refer to his own wealth, but to everybody else’s. I know that he shares Mrs. Obama’s lack of pride in America, and that, in his gut, he believes America is a racist nation.

I know he shares Rev. Wright’s hatred of white people. Because he depends on their votes, he keeps that belief under wraps, but it certainly comes through loud and clear in his books.

I know that the people he surrounds himself with, people like Wright, Father Pfleger, Louis Farrakhan, Tony Rezko and Bill Ayres, are vile. And the ones whom he is forced by circumstance to be allied with, people like Ted Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and John Murtha, are not much better. 

Posted under Commentary by Jillian Becker on Monday, November 3, 2008

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Wright in context 0

Jeremiah Wright sees no fault in Louis Farrakhan. Farrakhan, he says, did not enslave him, and did not make him black.  (On Fox News today.)

Someone made Wright black?  Who could that have been? And was it a bad thing to do? Bad like enslaving people?

Do some or many blacks just hate being black? Do they envy whites for being white? 

Whose fault is it that they are not comfortable with being black? Do they blame whites for their self-discontent?

And is it a kind of inverted or reflexive racism?

Posted under Articles by Jillian Becker on Thursday, May 8, 2008

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