Friday, January 28, 2011

That's all you can come up with?

"Virginia Democratic Rep. Jim Moran is blaming his party's losses last November in large part on voters who 'don't want to be governed by an African-American.'"

Moron Moran is rapidly approaching Bidenesque-levels of foot-in-mouth disease.

That statement is completely false, both here as well as everywhere else in the country save for a few blockheads leftover from the Dark Ages.  We would be ecstatic if the White House were occupied by Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell, Herman Cain or any other of a large group of freedom-promoting, fiscally-conservative individuals who, by the way, coincidentally happen to be black.  Our problem with the current president is solely his collectivist ideology, not his skin color.  Moran might as well accuse us of not being approving of Obama because his ears are too big.  That argument's just as silly.

"'In this case a lot of people in this country, it's my belief, don't want to be governed by an African-American, particularly one who is inclusive, who is liberal, who wants to spend money on everyone and who wants to reach out to include everyone in our society. And that's a basic philosophical clash,' Moran said." (Emphasis ours)

Well, Moran got the bold part of the quote correct in any event.  We indeed don't want Dear Leader to "spend money on everyone", mostly because it isn't his cash that he's handing out like candy in the guise of "investments" to his core supporters such as labor unions in return for votes.

Shame on the Congressman for attempting to label peoples' genuine political differences with the Democratic Party and the Obama Administration as mere race-baiting.  It does demonstrate, though, that liberals such as him have no intellectual arguments left and are thus forced to engage in such despicable behavior in a desperate attempt to salvage what's left of the tattered "Hope and Change" agenda.

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