"Whenever the president discusses race, right-wing media intentionally drive the conversation into the gutter:"

Obama, Race, And The Right-Wing Media's Heckler's Veto

Blog ››› August 20, 2014 10:57 AM EDT ››› ERIC BOEHLERT

"Many people want President Obama to weigh in more forcefully on Ferguson. But whenever the president discusses race, right-wing media intentionally drive the conversation into the gutter:"

 

 

The lament has spread all across the media spectrum this week, as the crisis in Ferguson, Missouri unfolds and people search for answers to the police killing of unarmed teen Michael Brown.

 

"Obama Should Go To Ferguson, Pronto," urged a Businessweek headline, beseeching the president to fill a leadership vacuum on the ground in Missouri. "Obama, can't you see black anger in Ferguson?" asked Marc Lamont Hill in a CNN essay. Writing at Daily Beast, Stuart Stevens lamented that Obama had "lost faith in his voice in Ferguson"; that he was "increasingly uncomfortable with the role of healer-in-chief," while theWashington Post's Joel Achenbach urged Obama to give another "national address" on race because that's what the crisis demands.

 

Maureen Dowd's New York Times column today's mocks Obama as a "the most ordinary of men" with a "bored-bird-in-a-gilded-cage attitude" who is unwilling to engage with the issue of racial strife.

 

Most of the of the do-something commentary has adopted the same premise: Obama could help the Ferguson crisis by giving a speech about race or addressing the situation more forcefully, but he won't. He won't use his powers. (See: The Green Lantern theory that Obama could convince a recalcitrant GOP Congress to pass legislation if he only tried.)

That premise though, and most of the commentary, completely ignores the corrosive role of the right-wing media in America, how it has spent years trying to silence and intimidate Obama on the topic of race, and how it's used some of the most offensive, guttural rhetoric and personal attacks to do so.

Through Obama's two terms, most of the Beltway press has remained strangely silent about theastonishingly ugly race baiting that now passes for mainstream conservative media commentary. That same press corps is now turning a blind eye to the tangible damage that kind of rhetoric has done to public debate, or the chance of public debate, and how the right-wing media has tried  to implement a heckler's veto on Obama; to effectively shout him down.

 

It's fine for pundits to yearn for open dialogue and rhetorical leadership from the White House. It's less helpful for them to ignore the unpleasant realities of nasty partisan politics in the age of Obama. It does no good to pretend race baiting hasn't become a badge of honor and a professional path to success for lots of right-wing pundits.  

 

For Obama to aggressively insert himself into the Ferguson story now is to invite a right-wing media hurricane that would likely rage for weeks. How do we know? Because again and again we've seen President Obama's attempts to engage on similar issues act as a lightning rod for these angry voices, quickly making it impossible to focus on the pressing issue at hand.

In case people forget, since becoming president Obama has talked about race relations during national flashpoints. He addressed the topic just six months into his first term after prominent Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates was arrested at his own home by a Cambridge, Massachusetts police officer who was investigating a report of a break-in.

 

Denouncing Obama's response, Glenn Beck condemend the president on Fox as a "racist" with "a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture." (Sean Hannity backed up Beck's "racist" claim. So didRupert Murdoch.) That same week, Beck pointed to health care bill provision as evidence Obama supports reform as a form of "reparations"; to "settle old racial scores."

Obama returned to the issue in 2012 after unarmed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin was killed by a neighborhood watchman. ("If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon.")

 

Conservative media again responded to Obama's comments with naked race-baiting:

Shortly after President Obama delivered brief, heartfelt remarks on the slaying of 17 year-old Trayvon Martin, conservative website The Daily Caller writer Matthew Boyle published a front-page story implying that the President's remarks were spurred, in part, by "Black Panthers."

On Fox and in the conservative blogosphere, Obama was "using racial code," "pouring gas on the fire" because "he's got it in for this country."

Obama spoke out again in 2013 after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the killing Martin. ("Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago.") After his remarks, Sean Hannity wondered if Obama compared himself to Trayvon Martin because "he did a little blow," while his colleagues denounced the president as "Race Baiter In Chief," and said he was "stoking racial tension." One far-right blogger announced, "Good Lord - He's stoking a race war."

 

And all along, the most-listened-to radio host in America has bombarded the president with racial invective:

 

Limbaugh: "If Obama weren't black he'd be a tour guide in Honolulu"

Limbaugh: Obama "wouldn't have been voted president if he weren't black"

Limbaugh: Obama is "more African in his roots than he is American" and is "behaving like an African colonial despot"

Limbaugh: "I do believe" Obama is an "angry black guy

 

A national conversation about race, by definition, includes all corners of society. But the conservative flank of American politics has made it clear that not only doesn't it want to have a discussion about race or racism (racism has been eradicated, in case you hadn't heard), but it will unapologetically attack the president if he tries to heal that wound. They'll say he's un-American, that his loyalties aren't with the stars and stripes, and that he wants to destroy what makes America great.  

 

Even the "carefully balanced statements" Obama has made so far on the situation in Ferguson have drawn fire.

On August 14, Sean Hannity condemned the president [emphasis added]:

And, predictably, president Obama took precious time away from his luxurious Martha's vineyard vacation to address the [Feguson] situation. Now, his comments mark yet another instance of the president injecting himself into local law enforcement matters. 

Over at The Daily Caller, they claimed Obama's condolences extended to Michael Brown's family in Ferguson represented a political ploy, timed to increase African-American turnout in the midterm elections.

 

But wait, Fox News can stop the president from speaking his mind? The sounds preposterous and defeatist, right? But when you add up six years worth of unhinged racial fear mongering from the conservative press and portions of the Republican Party, when you acknowledge that reality, you begin to understand the hesitation.

 

I'm not suggesting right-wing media hate and the fevered, irrational Obama loathing it tries to generate should stop the president from advancing his agenda. But to pretend the dark force doesn't exist today in American politics is to miss one of the hallmarks of the Obama presidency.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"I'm just trying to make a way out of no way, for my people" -Modejeska Monteith Simpkins

 

AFRICAN AMERICA IS AT WAR

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICA

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICANS

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

AMERICA'S RACISTS HAVE INFILTRATED AMERICAN POLICE FORCES TO WAGE A RACE WAR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

THE BLACK RACE IS AT WAR

FIRST WORLD WAR:  THE APPROXIMATELY 6,000 YEAR WORLD WAR ON AFRICA AND THE BLACK RACE

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Then he needs to demagogue the right wing media. Remember Ross Perot, he would embarrass the media at will by talking bad about them telling them they are not reporting the things that matter or confront them with his own questions as to why are you reporting this and that. OBAMA DOES NOT LIKE CONFRONTATION he runs from it. I wish he would stand his ground on these racial issues, he does not call a spade a spade when we really need him to. 

 

'But whenever the president discusses race, right-wing media intentionally drive the conversation into the gutter:"

 

President Obama needs to point that out, make it clear that right wing media are political operatives for the Republican Party and have no interest reporting the truth or being part of the solution.

What does the right wing have to do with Obama actions? They can't restrain him from talking. We not talking about passing laws or whatever, what African Americans like me been wanting him to do is...

 

1. Stop with the illogical irrational unreal post racial talk

2. Stop being afraid of offending White people, specifically his White liberals because uh...he already in his second term, wtf he has to lose

3. Stop letting right wingers push him around, it's embarrassing as a Black man. The reason why they talk so much shit because they know he's not gonna do anything because he scared to lose his White supporters, so he rather take a verbal beating and let them stick up for him. 

 

See that's why I call these people cowards and a segment of African Americans cowardly because we somewhere somehow as a whole think White people should let us do stuff. 

 

I don't think White people will let me do anything and I'll take any chances I get if I got the power to say what I think African Americans need to hear to get us through.

 

I don't wanna hear shit about the American family, what freaking family? 

 

 

 

Originally Posted by GoodMan:

What does the right wing have to do with Obama actions? They can't restrain him from talking. We not talking about passing laws or whatever, what African Americans like me been wanting him to do is...

 

1. Stop with the illogical irrational unreal post racial talk

2. Stop being afraid of offending White people, specifically his White liberals because uh...he already in his second term, wtf he has to lose

3. Stop letting right wingers push him around, it's embarrassing as a Black man. The reason why they talk so much shit because they know he's not gonna do anything because he scared to lose his White supporters, so he rather take a verbal beating and let them stick up for him. 

 

See that's why I call these people cowards and a segment of African Americans cowardly because we somewhere somehow as a whole think White people should let us do stuff. 

 

I don't think White people will let me do anything and I'll take any chances I get if I got the power to say what I think African Americans need to hear to get us through.

 

I don't wanna hear shit about the American family, what freaking family? 

 

 

 

He could be on the moral side of every issue the right wing are so absolutely wrong. If only he just told the truth instead of trying to please everybody,

 

Harry Truman said:

 

“I never did give them hell. I just told the truth, and they thought it was hell.” 

 

"Republicans approve of the American farmer, but they are willing to help him go broke. They stand four-square for the American home--but not for housing. They are strong for labor--but they are stronger for restricting labor's rights. They favor minimum wage--the smaller the minimum wage the better. They endorse educational opportunity for all--but they won't spend money for teachers or for schools. They think modern medical care and hospitals are fine--for people who can afford them. They consider electrical power a great blessing--but only when the private power companies get their rake-off. They think American standard of living is a fine thing--so long as it doesn't spread to all the people. And they admire of Government of the United States so much that they would like to buy it.” 

This is how Obama could marginalized Republicans with TRUTH! Harry Truman did not get nasty or was perceived angry, Obama is so conscious being perceived as an angry black man, so what he should be angry anyway, just tell it like it is. And the thing is what Truman said is so true today. Not once have I heard Obama really go after Republicans and their blatant immorality and label them as hypocrites. 

 

 
Originally Posted by Momentum:
Originally Posted by GoodMan:

 

 

 

He could be on the moral side of every issue the right wing are so absolutely wrong. If only he just told the truth instead of trying to please everybody,

 

Harry Truman said:

 

“I never did give them hell. I just told the truth, and they thought it was hell.” 

 

"Republicans approve of the American farmer, but they are willing to help him go broke. They stand four-square for the American home--but not for housing. They are strong for labor--but they are stronger for restricting labor's rights. They favor minimum wage--the smaller the minimum wage the better. They endorse educational opportunity for all--but they won't spend money for teachers or for schools. They think modern medical care and hospitals are fine--for people who can afford them. They consider electrical power a great blessing--but only when the private power companies get their rake-off. They think American standard of living is a fine thing--so long as it doesn't spread to all the people. And they admire of Government of the United States so much that they would like to buy it.” 

This is how Obama could marginalized Republicans with TRUTH! Harry Truman did not get nasty or perceived angry he just told it like it was. And the thing is what he said is so true today. Not once have I heard Obama really go after Republicans and their blatant immorality and label them as hypocrites. 

 

 

Obama doesn't have any balls.

 

Obama has a problem many Black people have...

 

They afraid to be called racist by White people.

 

Any aggression out of Obama gets twisted around into some "Oh he's being BLACK" and instead of  affirming the fact that he is a Black man therefore he will identify with Black people just like White presidents have identified with White people...he'll run and let White liberals do the talking for him.

 

Or he'll be quiet. 

 

We have to understand that the Republican Party have went back to 1800 tactics of just saying wild and crazy shit about your political opponent just because Obama will not defend himself and of course liberals are like...

 

"They sound like crazy racist White men..."

 

But there's a reason Whites and others have rallied behind the Republican Party...because the Republican Party stands for strength, honor, Americanism and masculinity.  While the Democratic Party is the party for sissies, poor people, white guilters and women.

 

There's a reason why Whites have been so willing to abuse us during his Presidency because they are fed this masculine energy and aggression and see a weak Black man as President and they see him get bullied and it is blood in the water for them. 

 

I remember seeing the Bill O'Reily interview during the Superbowl and he literally let Bill O'Reily push him around. 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uTiRMCJXqc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cdfpHmYdDA

 

 

 

 

Here's the race story:  In 1619 or somewhere thereabout, ex-Europeans decided they needed some cotton picked.  They sailed to Africa and brought the strangest looking dark-skinned specimens of unawareness (man/animal/WTF) they'd EVER SEEN, with tightly coiled hair (only displayed by sheep) back to perform the task for no payment for 300 years. 500 years totally give or take a couple, they've been beaten, hung up trees, relieved of their nuts, love muscles stuffed in their mouths, been choked, barbequed and roasted, called every damn name in the book and not in the book. A little salary's being paid for tasks performed; but the darkest are kinda fucked up racially cause there was some screwing takin' place between 'em; not all the time welcome, most times FORCED; (some kind of bestiality/they considered us 3/5 human??!!)  Some of us are now totally them, but they lie like rugs; some of the hair's not as tightly coiled, nor the skin quite as dark, the cotton's long been picked, here we be, hating each other like mofos and we still the darkest, are getting killed by every damn body on the regular. End of the damn RACE story!! We all know this jazz, we're living it, what's to discuss??  There are no damn words.

Goodman, I have to differ with you on this...

 

But there's a reason Whites and others have rallied behind the Republican Party...because the Republican Party stands for strength, honor, Americanism and masculinity.  While the Democratic Party is the party for sissies, poor people, white guilters and women.

 

The Republican Party does not stand for honor, it BLATANTLY lies, cheats, steals and all those who support KNOWS IT and play WILLFUL IGNORANCE because its all about WHITE SUPREMACY and there is no room for anyone else unless you are willing to kiss the ass of WHITE SUPREMACY, that is why white people rally behind the Republican Party, that is it, PERIOD.

Originally Posted by Momentum:

 

 

The Republican Party does not stand for honor, it BLATANTLY lies, cheats, steals and all those who support KNOWS IT and play WILLFUL IGNORANCE because its all about WHITE SUPREMACY and there is no room for anyone else unless you are willing to kiss the ass of WHITE SUPREMACY, that is why white people rally behind the Republican Party, that is it, PERIOD.

 

The republican party is nothing but a bunch of damn grifters running 'confidence games' on ignorant racists in America to be able to fleece taxpayers dollars and dismantle the United States government under guise of "privatization" for the sole benefit of the special interest groups that bride them to do so. They are nothing but socio-economic terrorists as far as America is concerned.   

 

 

Originally Posted by GoodMan:
Originally Posted by Momentum:
Originally Posted by GoodMan:

 

 

 

He could be on the moral side of every issue the right wing are so absolutely wrong. If only he just told the truth instead of trying to please everybody,

 

Harry Truman said:

 

“I never did give them hell. I just told the truth, and they thought it was hell.” 

 

"Republicans approve of the American farmer, but they are willing to help him go broke. They stand four-square for the American home--but not for housing. They are strong for labor--but they are stronger for restricting labor's rights. They favor minimum wage--the smaller the minimum wage the better. They endorse educational opportunity for all--but they won't spend money for teachers or for schools. They think modern medical care and hospitals are fine--for people who can afford them. They consider electrical power a great blessing--but only when the private power companies get their rake-off. They think American standard of living is a fine thing--so long as it doesn't spread to all the people. And they admire of Government of the United States so much that they would like to buy it.” 

This is how Obama could marginalized Republicans with TRUTH! Harry Truman did not get nasty or perceived angry he just told it like it was. And the thing is what he said is so true today. Not once have I heard Obama really go after Republicans and their blatant immorality and label them as hypocrites. 

 

 

Obama doesn't have any balls.

 

Obama has a problem many Black people have...

 

They afraid to be called racist by White people.

 

Any aggression out of Obama gets twisted around into some "Oh he's being BLACK" and instead of  affirming the fact that he is a Black man therefore he will identify with Black people just like White presidents have identified with White people...he'll run and let White liberals do the talking for him.

 

Or he'll be quiet. 

 

We have to understand that the Republican Party have went back to 1800 tactics of just saying wild and crazy shit about your political opponent just because Obama will not defend himself and of course liberals are like...

 

"They sound like crazy racist White men..."

 

But there's a reason Whites and others have rallied behind the Republican Party...because the Republican Party stands for strength, honor, Americanism and masculinity.  While the Democratic Party is the party for sissies, poor people, white guilters and women.

 

There's a reason why Whites have been so willing to abuse us during his Presidency because they are fed this masculine energy and aggression and see a weak Black man as President and they see him get bullied and it is blood in the water for them. 

 

I remember seeing the Bill O'Reily interview during the Superbowl and he literally let Bill O'Reily push him around. 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uTiRMCJXqc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cdfpHmYdDA

 

 

 

  


 

  

True up to a point about the Democrats. They have to strap their balls on.  Here’s what I’d like to hear President Obama say:

 

If I were the POTUS, I’d know, as we all damned well know, that extremist US right wing media has been accusing President Obama of obsessively racializing issues well before anything really came up. They point to Trayvon Martin and (was it?)  Professor Cornell West. You see, if President Obama trips up just a little bit, the extreme right wing blows way up any minor incident to demonstrate and brainwash  its redneck followers how President Obama favors the blacks waaay over the whites. And they incessantly repeat this to divide and rile the races apart.  Right wing media hates America. Change the narrative, Prez!

 

POTUS Obama,  could come out in favor of  “Motherhood”, and be attacked  by the more extreme right Republican wing of the GOP.  Fox News and other Anti-American hate-media disrespectfully spit on the Office of the President of the United States solely because the majority-elected  President of the United States clearly has African lineage. Reflexive hate  came out from the many - but not the majority – due to his racial heritage, no other reason, obvious enough. He has  been sorely tested but now, including his recent and brilliant response to deploying in Iraq - a needless problem, an utter catastrophe wrought upon the United States of America and its Allies  by the NeoCons of the Former Administration, specifically, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and so on. Point that out for all to hear, loud and clear, and repeat it.

 

Whatever he has to say, outlets like Fox News – machines of unconsciousness -    will brand him in a most negative way. This can range from spreading lies that he was not  born in the US, that he is  an Islamist, a Socialist, a Nazi,  a man who also hates whites  Plain and smile, the Nazi GOP accusers have never learned to get along with people. Such behavior is wild, feral. I presume that the POTUS sees this.  His temperate way is respected up to a point. It is not solely weakness. It is a manly display of self-control.   

 

I ask the POTUS to consider, is it not possible to wield a more sharpened sword while preserving his awesome cool?  Point out what the Extreme Right Wing is doing. Say it out loud. Put them in their place.

 

Their party has wreaked  more havoc across the Middle East, involving yet our own great country,  exceeding all  misadventures in our military history.

 

Many wanted  the prior administration to be tried for War Crimes. The POTUS  opted not to take that path. However, it must be seen that the United States of America is embroiled in an uncontrollable  catastrophe with the Middle East due to these peoples’ irresponsible military misadventures in Iraq, where Saddam Hussein was well known to be fully against al-Qaeda.  Going to Iraq and not pursuing actual al Qaeda in Pakistan and/or Afghanistan    That PROVED to people in the Middle East that we were not really chasing bin Laden. The NeoCons used 911 as a pretext to go after Iraq (resources). The media extra-villainized Saddam Hussein for the sole purpose of ginning everyone up for war. The prior administration abused the trust of the American people through the lure of lies about  WMD. Many of us knew that was a deadly circus farce. Most did not.

 

The POTUS should say he is  here to address the nightmare problem entirely created by the NeoCons. He must strongly control the narrative.

 

 Humpty Dumpty had a Great Fall in Iraq. The shrapnel from that misadventure presents grave danger on many fronts. He should say out loud that it is time for misguided folks, like Dick Cheney, to be quiet and get behind the President of the United States. Tell old Dick,  You had your chance as a hunter and a a war-maker and you failed miserably.  Say that right now is my administration’s time chance to address it. We’re having successes. Get behind your country, Dick.  I, your President, along with all branches of the US Military are using all our talents to address this inherited hell mess. We are proceeding in a good way. Show some respect to the people of the United States of America who have been dragged into an extreme  belligerent world of Islamists through your very decisions and actions. You’ve done enough harm.  Now, let us handle it.

 

He has to speak it and put old Dick and his Anti-American ilk firmly in their place.  That’s just for one thing.

Originally Posted by sunnubian:
Originally Posted by Momentum:

 

 

The Republican Party does not stand for honor, it BLATANTLY lies, cheats, steals and all those who support KNOWS IT and play WILLFUL IGNORANCE because its all about WHITE SUPREMACY and there is no room for anyone else unless you are willing to kiss the ass of WHITE SUPREMACY, that is why white people rally behind the Republican Party, that is it, PERIOD.

 

The republican party is nothing but a bunch of damn grifters running 'confidence games' on ignorant racists in America to be able to fleece taxpayers dollars and dismantle the United States government under guise of "privatization" for the sole benefit of the special interest groups that bride them to do so. They are nothing but socio-economic terrorists as far as America is concerned.   

 

 

Can they really be that stupid? I don't think they are, the policies the Republican Party propose leaves the great majority behind and the horrible environment and economic consequences are enormous all designed to concentrate as much money humanly possible to a fraction of the top 1%. 

 

And I am not talking about all white people but the fact is the majority of white people voted Republican that stands for DEEP UNCOMPROMISING HATRED, everything they propose are based in HATE. So that says a lot about those who vote GOP.

 

With that in mind how can one accurately describe WTF is really wrong with white people? To me its like they will never understand what its like to be black and on the other hand we will never understand how deep their sense of entitlement, privilege, white symbolism, and desire to dominate everyone else on the planet and which is exactly the same as a deep seated hatred of anyone that challenges or threaten their White Supremacy and even if it means the total destruction of the planet, degraded quality of life and social chaos while a fraction of !% of them live like gods. 

 

Could they really be that sick? Its both, right? Filled with hate, ignorance, stupidity and backward ideology.

Originally Posted by DennisKalita:
 

DennisKalita, I get the sense what you would like Obama to say. To me with his background with white people being raised by them he could so easily go for the weak areas that support their hatred. He can be a good speaker but here of late his speeches are bland because he really does not say anything provocative, insightful or inspiring. He could but he chooses not to, its in him but he backs away from the obvious. But when was the last time we had a GREAT president?

 

Its not that many and everyone of them had their flaws but I would say LBJ as a white man from the south he went against his own party steeped in  Jim Crow culture and extended civil rights to black people. He added to the social safety benefits, created Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, affordable housing, Affirmative Action to pull millions out of poverty and that meant going against the rich. Can you imagine anyone like LBJ getting elected today unless they got in like he did, by default and did not realize they had it in them to do the right thing.  

Originally Posted by Momentum:

Goodman, I have to differ with you on this...

 

But there's a reason Whites and others have rallied behind the Republican Party...because the Republican Party stands for strength, honor, Americanism and masculinity.  While the Democratic Party is the party for sissies, poor people, white guilters and women.

 

The Republican Party does not stand for honor, it BLATANTLY lies, cheats, steals and all those who support KNOWS IT and play WILLFUL IGNORANCE because its all about WHITE SUPREMACY and there is no room for anyone else unless you are willing to kiss the ass of WHITE SUPREMACY, that is why white people rally behind the Republican Party, that is it, PERIOD.

You have to look at from an honest cryptonationalist White man point of view.

 

Non Tim Wise White men believe in America as the place their ancestors came to make money and to be free and to live their life. Then the 50s came which really defined what it meant to be White in America. 

 

They are not interested in protecting poor people, stepping back for gays, and hand holding women. They are interested in defending their country from all unAmericanism. 

 

 

They aren't interested in paying money so Keisha can feed her 5 children by 3 different men. They aren't interested in Affirmative Action policies so women won't feel threatened in the workplace. They don't want Pedro hopping the border and taking over the West. They are not interested in getting punked by Arabs and Russia. 

 

But then on the more libertarian side of things, they don't believe in big giant States with powers against the people. So on Ferguson, they side with the Black people. I been around on their sites. 

 

If I was White, I would never ever vote Democrat, I am an ethno-nationalist through and through. Everything for me when it comes down to it, its about race and ethnicity.  I would never ever in my life (if I was White) vote Democrat unless I wanted Single Payer healthcare. I wouldn't vote for a party that is extremely against my interests as a WHITE PERSON. Even though Presidents will basically end up moderate.

 

(Barack Obama is more conservative than Nixon and a freaking right winger in other countries like Canada.)

 

USA is a nation of nations. There's the White Nation, the Hispanic Nation, the Asian Nation and the Black Nation. 

 

For White people, the Republican is THEIR party. For us, the Democratic Party is OUR party (even though we are nothing but mascots for liberal Whites). White people that don't vote Democrat because it against their interests as a ethnic group and Black people don't vote Republican because they are less favorable than Democrats. White people that do vote Democrat simply differ on the direction of the country. This is called cryptonationalism. It's the reason why we look at Black conservatives like they are crazy even though we are socially conservative. 

That's just the way it is.

 

Looking from it as a White person, particularly the average male that is racially/ethnically aware. Republican Party is the redeemer party to save their nation from the hordes of Blacks, Hispanics and Asians after the great misstep taken by George Bush which pretty much destroyed all faith in the Republican Party and conservatism. 

 

There's a reason why they love the movie 300, (which came out after 9/11) they are the 300. They are shrinking population and the US is increasing in minority majority cities and the Republicans are trying to preserve their nation.

 

If you are non-White, USA isn't your country. If you are non White, you spend most of your time fighting the USA or trying to assimilate. If your White you spend most of your time defending it from  non-Whites or trying to adjust it for non Whites so they can serve your country. Any non White person in the USA is an alien and that's how White people treat us and other non-White no matter the political spectrum. 

 

Go on any of these White conservative spectrum dominated political websites like VDare.com or even ReturnoftheKings.com and see how they think about the Democratic Party and compare it to the Republican Party, they are not playing around about taking back their legacy. 

 

All the attributes I subscribed to the GOP are what they think about the GOP and all the attributes I subscribed to the Democratic Party is what they think of the Democratic Party.

 

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