Saturday, November 3, 2012

POLITICS! American Racisim and Israeli Desperation

Isn't it racist to vote or not vote for someone according to his/her color?

Yes, so that makes it racist to support Obama because he isn't white.  He's being marketed as Black.  When will Americans become truly colorblind?  Ruthie Blum's latest Israel Hayom article gets to the nitty gritty of who Barack Hussein Obama really is.
...After all, they told themselves, what counts is that Obama likes to quote his “real role model,” Martin Luther King, Jr. That he always does so in the wrong context — such as when comparing the struggle of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt to that of the American Revolutionaries — doesn’t seem to matter to them that much.
Perhaps this has to do with holding blacks to a lower standard than everybody else. If I were African-American, I would be fighting, not embracing, such a contemptible concept. Ironically, however, it is this disturbing idea around which Jews and blacks best bond.

For this there was a civil rights movement?

Well, apparently yes, for some of its original leaders — those who were not ultimately battling for equality and justice, but rather for militant separation and endless emotional blackmail (no pun intended). Jews might wish to be color-blind, but they could at least attempt to make a distinction between Martin Luther King and Malcolm X...
And Caroline Glick shows how anti-feminist the Obama campaign really is.
"Your first time shouldn't be with just anybody. You want to do it with a great guy."
So begins the now famous official Barack Obama for President campaign ad that was released last week. The ad depicts a young woman named Lena Dunham, who is apparently a celebrity among Americans in their teens and 20s.
After that opening line, Ms. Dunham continues on for another minute and a half discussing how having sex for the first time and voting for Barack Obama for president are really the same thing, and how young women don't want to be accused of either being virgins or of having passed up on their chance to cast their votes for Obama next Tuesday.
Whoever conceived of that ad really thinks little of women. And if it was a woman who thought of it, well, she's not too smart.  But what do you expect from Americans?  They're like the Indians who frequently vote for movie stars.

And here's the latest from Latma.

It's brought to you by Caroline Glick:
This week on the Tribal Update, the weekly satirical newscast produced by Latma, the Hebrew-language satirical media critcism website I run, we bring you Haaretz' "Ziron Levy" receiving an award from the EU for his groundbreaking work in imaginary journalism "exposing" Israeli racism.
We also bring you our commentator Flock Builder discussing the Left's brilliant strategy for defeating the Likud in the coming elections, and Kadima chair Shaul Mofaz discussing the transformative work he has done in leading the party.
Enjoy the broadcast!

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