Monday, September 21, 2009

I Am A Racist; And Proud Of It

Am I a racist? I never thought so. But lately, those on the left have been redefining racism, just as they have been redefining our Constitution and American institutions. According to them, I guess I am now a racist. We cannot stop the radical and irresponsible charges of racism coming from the left, but we can dilute them.

If you objected to the TARP bailouts, you were not considered a racist. But if you object to the Stimulus bailouts, then you are a racist. What’s the difference? If you object to the government takeover of private banks, that qualifies you as a racist. And if you complain about the government takeover of the auto industry then you are certainly a racist.

You say you don’t want a Cap and Trade law that will kill the traditional energy industry and double your utility bills and costs of living? That earns you a racist badge. And now you want to object to government run healthcare? Well, under the new definition, you are not just a run-of-the-mill everyday racist, you are obviously a diehard racist.

Do you support or attend tea parties or participate in pro-constitutional rallies? You guessed it, you’re a racist, maybe even a Nazi according to some on the left! You probably have hoods and white sheets stored in your closet. Do you watch Fox News or listen to conservative talk radio? You might as well just admit it, you’re a hopeless racist.

If all this make me a racist, then I guess I’m a racist, and proud of it. The left has tried to redefine conservatism as “racism” but the facts don’t bear that out. The history of racism in America has predominately always been in the Democrat party, from the days of slavery right up to the present.

Rep. Joe Wilson correctly called Obama a liar when Obama was lying about "his" healthcare plan.

Obama actually doesn’t have a healthcare plan, but Congress has a number of discombobulated pieces of something they call a healthcare plan written by their special interest groups. Wilson was called a racist because he opposed these plans and called Obama on his lies. The left-wing fringe media (formerly mainstream media) tried to smear Wilson for a week until they had used up all of the hate rhetoric posted on the liberal blogs.

Instead of trying to be politically correct, let’s be honest for a change. People are naturally drawn to their own kind; it’s human nature and perfectly natural – unless you happen to be like Obama’s mother, Stanley Ann Dunham. But she was the exception, not the norm.

People want to gather with other people with whom they share things in common – like ethnicity, culture, music, language, and personal history. This is natural. Whites do it. Blacks do it. Hispanics do it. Asians do it. There is nothing wrong with that. People have the right to discriminate in their lives, that is called freedom of choice. There are always going to be certain ethnic groups that individuals will favor or disfavor because that is human nature and a matter of personal choice.

The government cannot legislate human nature, although the left continues to try with political correctness and experiments in social engineering. When that doesn’t work they resort to smearing anyone who doesn’t drink the Kool-Aid. We see this tactic constantly from the left, but rarely from the right. Maybe that is because conservatives are not followers of Marx and Alinsky who taught these tactics and how to use them. Nor are they followers of Barack Obama and other community organizers who promote and capitalize on racism within the black communities.

Is ACORN a racist organization? ACORN is Obama and Obama is ACORN. When does ACORN ever reach out to white people except when it’s to help them set up a brothel with illegal, underage girls and avoid paying taxes on the income, or to register people to vote Democrat whether they are alive or dead?

So does that make Obama a racist? I don’t know. Is his close friend and pastor, Jeremiah Wright a racist for blaming everything that‘s wrong in the black community on whites? What I do know is that throughout his entire campaign, Obama’s words were directed at black people and unions, as well as low income whites who didn’t see through it, when he talked of hope and change, and redistribution of wealth. Blacks knew exactly what he was talking about but whites remained a little confused.

He blames the successful and productive whites for creating wealth through capitalism and thinks they should be punished for it. His policies are designed to benefit 3 groups of people: blacks, environmentalists, and unions, at the expense of those who have benefited from capitalism and their own hard work. You can put those in any order you see fit, but the one thing they all have in common is Marxist socialism.

What is racism? The dictionary defines it as: The belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others; hatred or intolerance of another race or other races. Few in our society today hold these beliefs. We tend to judge people on the content of their character and accomplishments, not the color of their skin.

An expression of racism is when someone intentionally tries to hurt those of another race with hateful words or deeds that demean and belittle them because of their skin color and nothing more. These words and acts are extremely rare today and were primarily engaged in by the Ku Klux Klan, but you would never know it by listening to talking heads in the fringe media or the Democrat party. Racism now means any opposition to Obama and his Marxist policies, according to them.

Race is one of the main reasons that Obama was thrust into the White House by the Marxist machine that ran his campaign, so that any criticism of his policies could be painted as racism to shut up the opposition. Don‘t allow yourself to become a victim of this tactic. Don’t be fooled by it, and don’t be afraid of being called “racist.” You know if you are a racist or not, not the name callers.

Let’s just call every choice and preference we make in our lives “racism” and insist that we have the right to discriminate in who we like and who we don’t like – based on culture and character, not the skin color. The more commonplace “racism” becomes, the less it will be taken seriously. We all need to become immune to being called “racist” and throw it right back in the faces of those who would use this tactic for political advantage.

Most of us feel uneasy about Islamists living in America. Not because of how they look, but because of their culture and belief system which is incompatible with American laws and way of life. We all, to some extent, worry that Muslims gathering in Mosques in America may be involved with terrorist cells.

Does that mean that we are all racist against Muslims? If that is considered racist, then isn’t that “racism” justified by the deaths of 3000 of our citizens? Skin color aside, there are other reasons for disliking some people.

Muslims are free to practice their religion in America but there is a difference between religion and Islamic laws that have no place in America. I don’t care if you choose to worship in a Mosque, but leave your Islamic laws and culture in the Islamic country you came from and try to be an American.

Remember that we have God, the Constitution, and American history on our side when we defend our rights to freedom and liberty. That history includes the freeing of slaves and the Civil Rights Act. It also includes our 1st Amendment right to freedom of speech and expression and our right to discriminate between what we like and what we don‘t like. We have grassroots protests from millions in the silent majority who have finally found their voices.

What does the left have on their side? They have unions and ACORN, and the criminal element in society. They have their dishonest smear tactics, their childish name calling, and their lies. They have the communist teachings of Karl Marx and Saul Alinsky. And they have the racism against whites that has been bred into the black communities by people like Jeremiah Wright and Barack Obama, and groups like ACORN and Organizing For America.

Stand up for what you believe in and don’t let them intimidate you with their false accusations of racism. Hit back with your constitutional rights to discriminate in your personal life and make your own personal choices. After all, that is all the word “discriminate” really means. Let them know how absurd they really are for making claims of racism simply because you oppose socialism and communism along with the people who promote it.

If they want to label you a “racist” for being discriminating in your choices and political decisions, then wear that badge proudly. I know I do.


Chuck September 21, 2009 at 5:05 PM  

What we need now is a comedian to develop a "you might be a racist if..." routine.

Miss T.C. Shore September 21, 2009 at 5:11 PM  

Now THAT is a great idea, Chuck.

Miss T.C. Shore September 21, 2009 at 5:11 PM  

Now THAT is a great idea, Chuck.

Opus #6 September 21, 2009 at 5:40 PM  

I'm feeling a bout of racism coming on.

Anonymous,  September 21, 2009 at 8:29 PM  

I proudly wear the badge also.

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