Saturday, June 21, 2008

He's what?

Barry Obama is ‘transcending race’ again:
It is going to be very difficult for Republicans to run on their stewardship of the economy or their outstanding foreign policy," Obama told a fundraiser in Jacksonville, Florida. "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?"
"Ultimately I think the American people recognize that old stuff hasn't moved us forward. That old stuff just divides us," he said.
The Obama is, of course, young and inexperienced. He has perhaps the thinnest résumé of any major party presidential nominee ever. His name is funny. And even the stupidest voters don’t need to be told he is black.

All of which The Obama well knows, but he can’t resist using the divisive tactic of suggesting his critics are racist fear mongerers. What a turd.


  1. The solemn hypocrisy of Obama's campaign is beyond belief. Not only is the illusion of his candidacy not the truth, it is the precise opposite of the truth. And the Obamatons are gonna vault this guy into office. Unbelievable.

  2. On the upside, Barry smokes cigarettes.

    End of day, he'll end up like David Dinkins or Harold Washington; "trandscendent" candidates who crash and burn in office. All are placeholders between sustainable majority coalitions.

  3. There are alot of bad ol' white nationalists urging whitey to vote for Obama, reasoning that he will indeed crash and burn in office, and that whites will respond to his disastrous presidency by angrily rejecting diversity and affirmative action once and for all (Obama does, afterall, embody diversity and affirmative action).

  4. Nick: Just like he's transcended race, Obama and the Obamalamadingdongs have transcended hypocrisy.

    J. Wild: If he smoked openly I'd give him some credit. Isn't he vastly shreweder than Dinkins and Washington? Go look at the video of Obama's advisors that Mencius Moldbug posted.

    Non: I've seen that. I haven't decided who would probably be worse yet, and I wonder about that scenario. How have whites responded in South Africa? I've been meaning to write a serious post about this but haven't gotten around to it.

  5. How have whites responded in South Africa? I've been meaning to write a serious post about this but haven't gotten around to it.

    As far I can tell, white South Africans aren't doing anything, and their situation is probably worse than what Obama will bring about during his four years in office.

    The idea that Obama's presidency will spark some sort of mass uprising amongst whites, or even a dramatic increase in white racial consciousness, is insanely optimistic.

  6. This post reminds me of a bit of wisdom I picked up from that interweb sage, C. Van Carter: "Crying racism is the first refuge of the moron".

    It also seems to be the first refuge of Obama. He's going to ride that race card all of the way to the White House.

  7. Weston: Good points, I think you're right. For one thing, he will likely be shrewd enough to act in ways that won't provoke a backlash.

    He will give money to blacks under the guise of aid for cities in general. He's already been laying the groundwork for this in speeches.

    Instead of direct mandates, which could cause a backlash against Obama, racial preferences will be indirectly encouraged, which means the blame for the consequences will be defused. Corporations will be encouraged to have more 'voluntary' 'diversity' if they want acess to the White House. The Justice department will become more agressive in going after allegations of 'discrimination'.