Alright, I've really had it with this charge of racism. We are conservatives. We always oppose liberals. We are not opposing Obama because he's black... we oppose him because he's a radical Leftist.
With that said, here's Jimmy Carter's take from an interview with Brian Williams:
"I think an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity toward President Barack Obama is based on the fact that he's a black man. And I think it's bubbled up to the surface because of a belief among many white people, not just in the South but around the country, that African Americans are not qualified to lead this great country."
No, I'll tell you whose not qualified to lead the country... it's JIMMY CARTER... and he's white. So how does that make me racist!?
I'm telling you guys this administration is shaping up to use the charge of RACISM against every opponent. DO NOT LET THIS STOP YOU FROM STANDING UP AND SPEAKING OUT!
Remember, the ONE THING they really want from us is for us to SHUT UP! So we must not shut up - no matter what they call us.
And I'll tell you who the racists are. The racists are the ones that use the unfounded charge of racism against everyone with whom they disagree. JIMMY CARTER IS A RACIST. Okay? I said it.
Now watch liberals condemn me for saying it - while totally forgetting that Jimmy Carter just called at least 50 million Americans racist!
I do not hate them for their beliefs, far from it. The fact that we have differing opinions is good, and all of us can learn from the standpoint of the other. The debate encourages all of us to seek the answers both to strengthen our argument and to refute our opponents. Any learning experience is a good thing. However, liberals go beyond healthy debate and actually hate those whose opinion differs from their own. So I must ask, which one of us is the racist here? The one who hates because of a differing opinion, or the one who looks at the debate as a learning experience?
Jon, he didn't call Conservatives racists. He called anyone that disagrees with Zero's policies, Democrats included, racists. It's the new badge. Get over it already. It's unfortunate but the word is so deluded that when we really see racism, it doesn't carry the full force of a racist act. That would be Zero's and his minion's fault, not mine or yours. With all that's on the table right now, being called a racist is the very least of my concerns with this witless group. And from Carter of all people. He became irrelevant about four minutes after Reagan was sworn in.
At one time I would have thought Jimmy Carter should know better, but sadly he seems caught up in the same "Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil", as all of the other liberals. So we should sit back and allow this man who claims to be President to destroy our country? Just to be nice? Not a chance. We will fight him tooth and nail. Call us what they will, I do not care anymore. We will never back down. Never surrender our country. The fight has just begun my brothers and sisters. TO ARMS!!! .... TO ARMS!!!
Jimmy Carter is a tool. I don't care what anyone calls me. If they want me to shut up, screw 'em. I'll just get louder. Because if loving Liberty and Freedom makes me a racist, well then I guess I am. I am curious though, how Carter would refer to the many blacks who oppose Obama? Uncle Toms? That'd be really funny coming from a southern white guy, especially one belonging to the party that started the Klan and passed Jim Crowe.
Anyone ever thought that Obumer was being used by the democratic party based on race? Think about it. Here we have an articulate African American man with a liberal agenda. That's why you see the race card being pulled from the deck almost hourly now! It is gonna back fire though. As a matter of fact, I believe it is already.
Uh, not a chance, John. They know exactly what they're doing, and saying. Right out of the book, Rules for Radicals. "Rule 12: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it and polarize it. Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. (This is cruel, but very effective. Direct, personalized criticism and ridicule works.)"
Once you're familiar with their mode of operation, then you win the game and fight them with their own words and methods.