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24 July 2009

Mr. President, You're Not in Chicago Anymore

Perhaps it was just the Chicago politician coming out. What to Chicago politicians do? Take care of your friends. So Obama's friend, the Professor Gates, got himself in a scrap with a local cop. What would a Chicago Alderman do? You intercede on behalf of your friend and put the hammer to the cop, with whatever tool might be lying around. In this case, Obama pulled the ol' reliable race-bludgeon out of the tool box. The thing with race is that, unlike other enforcement devices which can be used behind the scenes, you have to proclaim it from the rooftops otherwise (except in the very rare case when it's an actually valid complaint) there are sufficient defenses (as in union appeals) to stave it off. The result is that Obama ended up showing the whole world the true man behind the mask - the race hustler in post-racial clothing. How big of you to defend your wealthy friend against that bully cop, Barack. I'm sure all the police in the country are now well aware of who they're dealing with. Good job.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you get the impression the Obama regime is deliberately promoting racial strife so as to divert the public's attention from the fleecing the middle and working classes are being subjected to by our financial overlords? And which the Goldman Sachs owned Obama gang is actually all for.

July 26, 2009 7:09 PM  
Blogger ziel said...

Maybe more the other way around - corporate overlords serve to advance Obama's special racial interests - if there were only big huge corporations, then the EEOC requirements would rule over every hiring decision, every promotion decision. The government could ensure that 'investment' funds flow into 'underserved' neighborhoods. So I think the racial issues are Obama's focus, the corporate fleecing of Americans the tool to accomplish it.

July 26, 2009 9:18 PM  
Anonymous Dano said...

He put a chip in his armor with those comments.
People don't understand healthcare, but they understand you take the cops side regardless of race.

July 28, 2009 4:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will you write about the Lily Burk case?

July 30, 2009 12:49 AM  
Blogger ziel said...

No, it's too depressing.

I think Larry Auster approaches it from the angle I'd take if I were to right about it.

July 30, 2009 7:31 AM  

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