Racism post 0bama-no change


One of the links on the blog roll to the right has been removed. That blog owner is far too angry and racist for me to risk sending anyone to be insulted by a Mrs. 0bama clone. Apparently, she who shall remain nameless, still loves her man and hasn’t yet realized that he won’t call her in the morning.

The elections of 2008 exposed the deep racism that runs in the black community. This needs to be discussed. Hatred of a whole group due to the color of their skin is just dumb — there are enough individuals to hate or dislike — why waste so much energy hating? I personally do not like Mrs. 0, because she is a racist. I’ve had teachers of color who hated me simply because of the color of my skin. Mrs. 0 is like those teachers — it was evident in the way she called President Clinton and Senator Clinton racists (Mrs.0 will NEVER get a pass for her behavior and racism during the election). Mrs. 0 is similar to the angry racist black blogger. Both are consumed with racism and they will call anyone and everyone a racist — because they themselves are racists. Blacks who voted for 0bama simply because of the color of his skin are racists and unfortunately they are learning that he doesn’t give a damn about them OR any American. The only person 0bama cares about is himself.

When and if the angry racists African American blogger grows up and looks at the content of a person’s character rather than skin color — then we will know that she has tossed off the heavy weight of hating everyone who happens to appear to be white. In America a whole lot of us might look white — but our genetics show a very diverse ethnic heritage. My great great grandmother was Cherokee, and more than likely a few more Indians are hidden in my family tree. I also have a bit of Jewish blood in one family line as well as Quakers and a collateral line from the father of John Adams.

Shirley Chisholm -- Congresswoman

Shirley Chisholm’s on the difference between sexism and racism:

Prejudice against blacks is becoming unacceptable although it will take years to eliminate it. But it is doomed because, slowly, white America is beginning to admit that it exists. Prejudice against women is still acceptable. There is very little understanding yet of the immorality involved in double pay scales and the classification of most of the better jobs as “for men only.” (1969)

• I was the first American citizen to be elected to Congress in spite of the double drawbacks of being female and having skin darkened by melanin. When you put it that way, it sounds like a foolish reason for fame. In a just and free society it would be foolish. That I am a national figure because I was the first person in 192 years to be at once a congressman, black and a woman proves, I think, that our society is not yet either just or free.

• I want history to remember me not just as the first black woman to be elected to Congress, not as the first black woman to have made a bid for the presidency of the United States, but as a black woman who lived in the 20th century and dared to be herself.

We Americans have a chance to become someday a nation in which all racial stocks and classes can exist in their own selfhoods, but meet on a basis of respect and equality and live together, socially, economically, and politically.• In the end antiblack, antifemale, and all forms of discrimination are equivalent to the same thing – antihumanism.

Shirley Chisholm, the first African-American woman elected to the U.S. Congress, was a passionate and effective advocate for the needs of minorities, women and children and has changed the nation’s perception about the capabilities of women and African-Americans.

Chisholm was the FIRST woman I was able to vote for. She just happened to be running for the office of the President of the US. If only America had been wise enough to vote for her — we would be walking a different, brighter path right now. By rejecting Clinton, African Americans have done great harm to their cause, and black women have harmed their own best interest by voting for da Bro.

Obama had to stab a black woman in the back to “win” his first political office. That is 0bama’s trademark — to eliminate his opposition using what ever means and methods possible. If he and Mrs. 0 need to use the race card –well they did and they will again.HELL, honey, you were used and discarded by your man. That’s what happens when you vote Bros before Hos — you are treated like a ho by the Bro.

Below is a sample of this individual blogger’s response to someone who posted something on her blog. This is the new age — the change that the pissed off black blogger worked so hard for? The point is this rant makes this blog owner look bad because we have no idea who or what she is talking about. With this remark SHE comes off as the racist.

Dear racist shit who left a comment that your ignorant ass should have known would be rejected…

I was born in Minnesota, dumb ass…I AM home…and my people have been here for over 300 years.

Anyone needs to get gone, it’s your rancid ass.

As for trying to lure me over to visit what I’m sure is an impressively insulting blog with evil primate images and such…let’s not and say we did, hmm?

I’ve seen racists before and their blogs…see one and you’ve seen them all.

Now, shoo fly…shoo.

Humans have blogging to do…


One Response

  1. Here’s a classic rant from Cannonfire about 0bots — the very ones who are now up in arms about the Health care insurance written by insurance company lobbyist. He wrote this on 10 April 2009 — and he is still waiting for an apology from the 0bots.


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