Successful Black Racists Oppose Obama


Liberals boldly step forward and suggest that anyone who opposes any of the president’s initiatives are racists.  That being the case, it’s surprising just how many black racists there are.  Take immigration for example.  The idea of legalizing nearly 12 million illegals set into motion a march on Washington.  It wasn’t the KKK or the Tea Party.  It was organized by the Black Leadership Alliance.

On July 15th, 2013, the Black Leadership Alliance protested the Senate immigration bill in Washington.  The following statement was posted on their website:

“We believe it is high time that members of Congress act to preserve economic opportunity for American workers – and pass immigration legislation that protects and supports the nearly 22 million American citizens who do not have jobs, or cannot find adequate employment to support their families.”

They see the writing on the wall, that 12 million illegals will dry up opportunities for Black youth ages 16-22.  John Lewis, a true liberal and a civil rights hero, has made the statement many times that passing an immigration bill would help complete Martin Luther King’s dream.  However, MLK must have been a racist, too.  You see, he too opposed immigration and in 1991, his widow, Coretta Scott King wrote a letter to Orin Hatch over pending legislation on immigration.  It reads:

We, the undersigned members of the Black Leadership Forum, write to urge you to postpone introduction of your employer sanctions repeal legislation until we have had an opportunity to report to you what we believe to be the devastating impact the repeal would have on the economic condition of un- and semi-skilled workers—a disproportionate number of whom are African-American and Hispanic; and until we have had the opportunity to propose to you and to our Hispanic brothers and sisters, what we believe could be a number of effective means of eliminating the discrimination occasioned by employer sanctions, without losing the protection sanctions provide for U.S. workers, especially minority workers.

That makes Coretta Scott King and the numerous other blacks who co-signed the letter racists, according to the left.  In fact, in the interest of black workers, many were against legal immigration as well.  Booker T. Washington spoke at the Atlanta Exposition and gave an impassioned speech in which he called on businessmen to hire black workers rather than hiring immigrants.   Who knew Booker T. Washington was a racist.  Frankly, I’m shocked.

Another portion of Mrs. King’s letter to Hatch is as true today as it was in 1991, when she wrote the letter:

America does not have a labor shortage. With roughly 7 million people unemployed, and double that number discouraged from seeking work, the removal of employer sanctions threatens to add additional U.S. workers to the rolls and drive down wages. Moreover, the repeal of employer sanctions will inevitably add to our social problems and place an unfair burden on the poor in the cities in which most new immigrants cluster—cities which are already suffering housing shortages and insufficient human needs services.

Ah, racists, racists everywhere.

How about the administration’s pressing the gay agenda?  Surely, that brought out the racists.  And it did.  When the NAACP (Now a political organization, but used to work for the black community) passed a resolution praising Obama’s gay rights agenda, many NAACP chapters left the national organization and board member Reverend Keith Ratliff resigned his post.  So many racists, so little time.

Reverend William Owens, president of the Coalition of African-American Pastors, led a protest at the NAACP National Convention in Houston, Texas.  That means he is a racist, too.

Now, we move on to the Black Chamber of Commerce, led by Harry Alford.  Alford blames himself for the Obama debacle because he failed to properly vet Obama before he voted for him in 2008.  He now calls Obama, “hopeless”.  Yet another racist.  Alford made the following statements in his explanation of his failure to properly vet Obama:

“I didn’t analyze him. I read his book and he’s talking about using cocaine and all the drugs he could find and I kind of brushed through that. That should have caught my eye.”

“The man’s background is not as solid as a man who wants to become president and it shows. He’s a good street politician, Chicago style. That’s what we have here. My children, who had so much hope, they are just very upset, and they have learned their lesson, too.”

Alford also singled out Obama appointee, Thomas Perez for criticism:

“I’ve got experience with that guy.”

“I think his appointees and some of the people of that persuasion working in the government becoming reckless, as if they can do anything that they want to do, to people, and to the nation.”

So there seems to be an increase in racism in this country.  But this time racism will be easy to deal with.  We can reduce racism by voting in a competent president.


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