Did you know that Barack Hussein NOoBaMA is such a racist against white people, because three black dudes were idiots outside a Philadelphia polling site once, and also because how dare he say the Cambridge police acted stupidly just because they arrested a black Harvard professor inside his own home, for B&E? Yup, that sure is racist! How do we know? Because this jolly fellow — who actually tried to tie John Kerry to Willie Horton like 40 years after the whole world was all “gee, sorry about that Willie Horton thing, Michael Dukakis” — says so! And he says the Henry Louis Gates/Cambridge cop thing was racist — on Gates’ part! And Barack Obama is racist for loving him, it is just obvious. And this fellow, Stephen Marks, with this new FIghtBigotry super-PAC, has a long history of recognizing racism when he sees it, which is often, because he is the usually the one who is doing it.
Here he is (via ThinkProgress), Mr. America:
The Obama administration has injected race into the presidential campaign. Obama Attorney General Eric Holder recently said – with no argument from the president – that their white critics are motivated by race. Implying whites are too stupid to have honest disagreements with the president without being racist is in-and-of-itself racist against whites, reinforcing Mr. Obama’s disturbing pattern of tacitly defending black racism. …
Obama’s attorney general said pursuing the New Black Panthers does a great disservice to whose “who risked all, for my people.” So it’s okay for his people to commit racial crimes? In 2009, President Obama defended his friend Henry Louis Gates after a racist altercation with police, telling a white officer he wouldn’t speak to him but would speak to his mama. Mr. Obama’s response? “The Cambridge police acted stupidly.” …
Mr. President, you ran as the candidate of change. But one thing has not changed—your tacit defense of racism against white folks, despite receiving nearly half the white vote to win the presidency.
So, that New Black Panther thing, what the fuck’s that about? SURELY Eric Holder didn’t say he wasn’t prosecuting them because they had done so much for his people? YEAH, NO. Here’s the unabridged version:
“Think about that,” Holder said. “When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphia—which was inappropriate, certainly that…to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people,” said Holder, who is black.
That is some Mitt Romney-level abridgement, right there. Romney-Marks, 2012!