Fantasy Quotes On Race

Posted by Larry Miller on September 25, 2011 under Why | Be the First to Comment

Morgan FreemanMorgan Freeman’s recent rant to Piers Morgan, where he came up with the imaginary quote from Mitch McConnell, is typical of the misleading and false statements – even lies, as I was taught in my younger, more innocent, years – we hear from the progressive left as they attempt to convince the public (and themselves) that there really is only one way to look at the world. If anyone can show us where the Senate Minority Leader ever said, “We’re going to do whatever we can to get this black man outta here,” I’ll let them write the posts for the next three days so they can give us more of an insight into their world of fantasy.

People like Freeman, who I had a great deal of respect for up to this point, and mental midget, Janeane Garofalo, are brilliant examples of the way William F. Buckley saw the left. He told us, “Liberals do a great deal of talking about hearing other points of view, but it sometimes shocks them to learn that there are other points of view.” These people, who support their habits by pretending to be someone they are not, do not understand genuine disagreement with they see it. To their superficial thinking, opposition can on function on the surface of an issue, in an area that they can see and touch.

Since they are so jazzed that a black man is in our highest office, to them, it is only possible that opposition comes for the very same reason. Their enthusiasm prevents them from seeing the division and disaster he is bringing upon our country. They only see the shell of a slick lipped shyster who happens to look different than any president we’ve had in the past. They are so excited that they tend to forget that he is half white, and that half is fouling our nest just as badly as the darker skinned half.

To complete their hypocrisy, they refuse to accept as valid, the presence of conservative black citizens like Allen West, Herman Cain, Allen Keyes, Starr Parker or J.C. Watts, calling them all sorts of names that I will not even repeat here. These over paid and over pampered Hollywood and academic crowds believe that some people are just not capable of living in a free society. They think we all should throw some money in a pot and allow them to give it to their favored needy. Of course, when you have so much more than you need to meet your daily needs, it’s easy to say everyone should contribute more… it is a blatant disregard for the rest of the working people of our country who are struggling to keep one or two cars for their family, rather than a collection of fifteen.

Even worse, their position is a conscious devaluing of the concerns of people who disagree with the direction of our country on principle rather than because the driver looks different than them. It is so much easier to assign the motivation to baser instincts than to actually consider the reasons and respond to them. It is easier to call those wanting freedom and the ability to retain what they have earned names, rather than honestly considering the idea that objections may be valid.

I have been to many tea party events, have been an officer in the Republican party and know a great many conservative and libertarians looking so save our country from the Amateur Hour on the Potomac, and, among these freedom fighters, have yet to come across one who cares, in the least, that Obama’s skin is darker than theirs. In some cases, his is even lighter. How would they deal with that… other than to call these patriots an Uncle Tom or an Oreo. This is what passes for dialogue on the progressive left, and we just don’t have time for it with our country falling apart.

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