|Time to Expose the Myth|
As President Barack Hussein Obama feverishly chips away at the foundation of this country, and the electorate becomes ever increasingly alarmed, the prospect of a one term presidency becomes more apparent. And Liberals are desperate to maintain power. Meanwhile, the race is on as to whether America survives the onslaught, and the outcome of that race hinges on the rhetorical success of lying Liberals.
Ed Schultz of MSNBC fame recently castigated Donald Trump over his audacity in questioning Obama's legitimacy for office and his academic achievements. Fair enough if that was as far as it went, but Schultz wasn't happy with a mere chance at the high ground; he had to punctuate the attack with the charge of racism. True to Liberal form, when your argument is weak, bolster it with emotion and -- as is often the case with Leftists -- lies to remove all doubt.
Likewise, Whoopi Goldberg said yesterday on The View , that she was "playing the damn [race] card now". Howard Dean continues to portray the Republican Party as a racist institution, and Democrats in general use the notion like a leash to retain the minority voting base. In fact, the Joseph Goebbels-like propagation of the right wing racism myth has effortlessly made the Tea Party an automatic target of the Left's ire, and the only way to refute the charge is to have a member of a minority actually attend a rally.
One such person is Carmen Guillermo of Amercan Thinker, who recently wrote of her personal revelation in an article titled My Journey to Conservatism. Guillermo, of Mexican descent, is a reformed Liberal who shook off the chains of misinformation; a woman once certain that Conservatives hated black people, brown people, yellow people, and generally anyone who wasn't white. She learned the truth first hand by visiting a local Tea Party rally, and became enlightened in the process, now wondering how she could have been so wrong. I wonder the same thing.
The Democrat Party was formed with White supremacy as its philosophy, while the Republican Party was devoted to the abolition of slavery. It was Republicans who fought valiantly to ultimately overcome the Democrats repeated filibusters to adopt the 14th Amendment and 15th Amendment, which sought to give Blacks the rights to due process and to vote.
In fact, in the mid 1800's, the Democrats identified themselves as "the white man's party" and criticized the Republican Party as being "Negro dominated". Ironically, the south was controlled by Democrats who fought to maintain slavery, and they used every tactic imaginable to retain power. According to a PBS series titled The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow* :
Determined to re-capture the South, Southern Democrats "redeemed" state after state -- sometimes peacefully, other times by fraud and violence. By 1877, when Reconstruction was officially over, the Democratic Party controlled every Southern state.It seems some things never change. The Democrats are not only still cheating, they are still slave owners. The only difference between then and now is that the slaves do not realize that they are captives because these days the Democrats use the velvet shackles of false compassion. It is only when these minorities manage to wander off the plantation and personally witness the splendor they have been convinced does not exist that they are freed.
Just ask Carmen Guillermo.
*http://www.pbs.org/wnet/jimcrow/stories_org_republican.html Sphere: Related Content