July 31, 2008
We know what kind of campaign they’re going to run. They’re going to try to make you afraid. They’re going to try to make you afraid of me. He’s young and inexperienced and he’s got a funny name. And did I mention he’s black?*"
Yet again the left can make a bold accusation without any evidence to support it. If asked to present one example of a prominent Republican saying anything directly racist in the last ten years, they'd be unable to find anything (except, perhaps, the Macaca thing). Clearly, the Republicans are too smart and evil to actually say how much they hate black people. Instead, it is obvious by their statements that they do.
Only to a liberal in this bizarro 1984 world does calling someone arrogant or elitist amount to racism.
Of course, I'm pretty sure the phrase "I love black people" would be interpreted as racist by the left. "He only feels the need to say that because of how racist he is!!!!!11eleventytrillion."
This shit gives me a headache. From now on I'm blogging about children's toys.
* - I know how long ago he said that but today his camp explained that a nearly identical statement wasn't about race. This same aide later mentioned that our war with Eurasia has entered its 4,300th year.
I'll give them one thing, ignorance certainly seems to be strength.
Update: More in a similar vein here.
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