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The Race Campaign Begins Already

Until now, the United States has had Campaign Races to determine who will lead our country. Now this noble practice, under today’s modern approach, it has become more and more a "Race" Campaign.

This is going to be another curious experiment to see how things unfold; a documentation of sorts to show the ways the left will focus on race rather than any of the important issues affecting our country today.  I started on August 30 and  as I am posting this and may I predict that before this is all over, some of the condemning links, especially to videos, will probably be removed by this time next year.  So—- here we go.  Follow along and I’ll update this page as I find news stories and videos.  

Note: I deliberately do NOT use the word “journalist” because most of the time these media people have zero journalistic integrity and more closely resemble sensationalist rag reporters, barbaric in their understanding of things they do not wish to know.  I am often reminded, when trying to understand liberals, of a quote by Spock (Star Trek, Season 2, Episode 4, Mirror, Mirror, 50 minutes in)

“It is far easier for you as civilized men to behave like barbarians, than it was for them, as barbarians, to behave like civilized men.”

October 28, 2011

This is how it goes.  If Republicans don’t support a black candidate like Obama, they are just racist.  If Republicans DO support a black candidate who is not a liberal, they’re racist.

MSNBC analyst Karen Finney said that Republicans are supporting Herman Cain because of his race:  

“One of the things about Herman Cain is, I think that he makes that white Republican base of the party feel okay, feel like they are not racist because they can like this guy,” Finney said. “I think he giving that base a free pass. And I think they like him because they think he’s a black man who knows his place. I know that’s harsh, but that’s how it sure seems to me.”

During an online production of NBC’s Meet the Press this week, Democratic congressman Elijah Cummings of Maryland said:

“I think when [members of the Tea Party] can vote for a Herman Cain and hear him say the things that he says they feel like, ‘Well, you know, I can, I support this guy and…so it shows that I’m not racist and I’m supportive,”

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