Thursday, September 25, 2008

Palin 'Don't Care Too Much What They Do With Jews and Blacks'

You might be thinking that this nauseating and entirely untrue statement was utterred by one of America's notorious race hustlers, such as Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and the newest edition, Jeremiah Wright. We expect nothing better from these lowlifes.

On the other hand, we do expect much more from our elected officials, in particular, those who serve on the national scene. For those who are familiar with the tactics of the American left, you might not be that surprised to find out that the person who said that Sarah Palin 'Don't care too much what they do with jews and blacks,' was actually Democratic Congressman Alcee Hastings of Florida.

This is the level to which the left stoops on a daily basis. They scream of bigotry and hatred emanating from the right side of the aisle, but in fact, it is they who propagate the base and disgusting notions of racism. They are the ones who divide our country by making such irresponsible and fallacious claims like this, with no grounding at all, for purely political gain. For, Congressman Hastings and the audience he spoke to can't actually believe this dribble.

And what do conservatives do about this? Absolutely nothing. They don't even entertain such folly because while the kiddies are out egging each other on, the adults are at work moving this country. While the demagogues are out inciting hatred and fear without just cause, the statesmen are in Washington focusing on our current and future problems.

Can you imagine what would happen if anyone from the right said something so outrageous as what Congressman Hastings has said? If John McCain or any other Republican came anywhere near making a statement so blatantly untrue, particularly about race, he'd be crucified by the likes of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and the rest of that obnoxious ilk. A double-standard indeed.

Lest you be duped into thinking the Democrats offer anything positive to this country, look at Congressman Hastings as an augur of things to come if you vote for B. Hussein Obama on November 4.

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