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Who is the racist now?

27 Feb

I often wonder how the liberal mind works. It can be baffling.

For some reason it was deemed necessary for the United States to apologize for an unfortunate but accidental destruction of some Korans, but we don’t receive an apology from Pakistan for them harboring bin Laden. Apparently, accidentally destroying a few Korans is worse than harboring a mass murdering terrorist. It is indeed a strange value system the left has.

Now it appears from Yahoo! News that Obama is being “hung” in a recent demonstration in Karachi. How can this be? Isn’t it racist?

 

 Photo By AKHTAR SOOMRO/REUTERS

The Pakistanis are not white, so as people of color, by the liberal view of the world they can not be racist. To the left it goes without saying that they have to be considered oppressed.  But Obama is mixed race. In the liberal mind as a person of color he can be neither a racist nor oppressor.  He, too, must be a victim. Nonetheless, the Pakistanis want to “hang” him. Is this victim vs. victim without a racist oppressor? Somebody must be a racist, don’t they? Who is the racist here? Is there just racism with no racists?

Being liberal must get very confusing at times.

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4 Comments

Posted by on February 27, 2012 in politics

 

4 responses to “Who is the racist now?

  1. P. Henry Saddleburr

    February 27, 2012 at 6:08 pm

    Liberals don’t think, they emote. The point that I made about Obama being a child really applies to all liberals. They don’t use reason tempered and molded by experience.

     
  2. Jim

    February 29, 2012 at 12:19 am

    Maybe Obama is too white for their liking?

     
  3. John Giuffrida

    March 1, 2012 at 4:29 am

    It is not racist in my view. Nobama’s black, right?(well mixed race, but a person of color nonetheless). Did you want them to make him blue? They represented him as he actually looks. And as for his public “hanging”, this element is also not necessarily racist either as a noose in Pakistan does not carry the historical significance of racial violence and murder that it does here in the States. I doubt these 3rd-world geniuses are even cognizant of the racial connotations of a lynching to a black man here in the U.S. Besides, there are probably many other pictures from that same photographer that day where Nobama was punched, beaten over the head with shoes, stabbed, et al.

     

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