Friday, November 22, 2013


With his approval rating in the toilet, his Obamacare legacy crumbling and his minions deserting him, our fearless commander-in-chief enlisted Oprah Winfrey to play the only card left in his hand.

The race card.

In Britain to promote her film "The Butler," Oprah Winfrey gave an interview to the BBC last week. Not surprisingly, she promoted her movie about race relations in the White House with comments about race relations and the White House.

The BBC's Will Gompertz asked: "Has it ever crossed your mind that some of the treatment of Obama and the challenges he's faced and some of the reporting he's received is because he's an African American?"

Who gave Gompertz his questions-Winfrey's PR team? 

Winfrey responded: "Has it ever crossed my mind? … Probably it's crossed my mind more times than it's crossed your mind. Just the level of disrespect. When the senator yelled out, 'You're a liar' — remember that? Yeah, I think that there is a level of disrespect for the office that occurs, and that occurs in some cases and maybe even many cases because he's African American."

Here's a clip of the interview:

I have never liked Oprah Winfrey. I hate her as an actress, I thought her show was fluff, and I have always felt she (like many black celebrities) looks for racist motives in order to sensationalize whatever agenda she is furthering.

Wasn't her performance here Oscar-worthy? The feigned insult, the faked anger...bravo!

I agree that Rep. Joe Wilson should not have shouted "You lie!" (whether or not it was a lie) at the president during his healthcare address to Congress. 

Show me the evidence that Wilson was motivated by racism.

You cannot.


It is simply nonexistent.

However, a lack of evidence hasn't stopped countless liberals, editorial boards, pundits and stand-up comics, not to mention administration officials, from propagating the idea that Obama's problems boil down to the irrational bigotry of his opponents.

For example, when Kathleen Sebelius told the NAACP that the same people who opposed the Civil Rights Act and anti-lynching laws were opposing Obamacare, that was obviously based on a scientific study she had made of the Obamacare opposition, because liberals would never lie if it suits them, right?

Sadly, though, this administration cannot even sling mud competently (or build web sites, establish border security, forge birth certificates, bring troops home, balance budgets, rebuild an economy or implement effective health care reform).

In the early 90's, when President Clinton tried to transform health care, conservatives were just as opposed to it. 

How interesting that then, conservatives were not considered racist. 

Or anti-Redneck.

I am curious, though-what was the motivation for the bile thrown at Bush for eight years?

Yep, GW was a cracker, but he was shown PLENTY of disrespect by these liberal asswholes who pretend to be above mudslinging. 

I see-when it's a WHITE president, you can question his performance, but if you question the performance of a BLACK president, you're a racist.

For the record, I do not consider myself a racist.

I do think that an incompetent Marxist got elected president. Twice.

And his performance proves he's not too good at the job.

Are there racists in Washington?


But characterizing opposition to a failing bill that was steamrolled into law, and where the incumbent president has refused to consider any modification suggested by the opposing party, as racism, is a heck of a leap.

But you know what is NOT a leap, Oprah, you ignorant slut (to borrow a phrase from Dan Aykroyd)?

Blindly supporting everything someone says or does simply because he IS black?



  1. >>... I have never liked Oprah Winfrey. I hate her as an actress, I thought her show was fluff

    Yeah, but that's ONLY because she's Black and you're a racist.

    >>... I do think that an incompetent Marxist got elected president. Twice.

    I agree. We haven't seen a competent Marxist in power anywhere since... uh... well, since... Hmmm.... forever.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

  2. When Hilary gets elected as POTUS (yeah, that was when and not if), I am sure the narrative will be that conservatives are anti-women. Hilary disgusts me and I am a woman. But, that won't mean anything. Isn't generating a dividing line via Hate Speech part of the Cloward and Piven strategy???

    1. Sadly, even the conservatives push the dividing line. Fox News has been running story about teens hitting unsuspecting old farts like me (knockout gangs, or something like that) and keep saying it's racial.

      The gangs may be black, and the victims white, but this is an assault. Even if the motivation were racial, what's the difference to the victim.

      But making it racial makes for better TV viewing...

  3. You captured my thoughts exactly. There will never be peace in race relations while the chip-loaded shoulders of Oprah and her ilk consider anything they disagree with racist.

    On the other side, Oprah's loaded. Someone should remind her so she can buy a gross of Kleenex.

    1. Black America seems to LOOK for racism so they can make an issue of it.

      Not every black will rise to the top like Oprah did (nor does every white) and it will not always be about race. It might be ability, the rest of the competitive field, or even just plain dumb luck.

      Or as Clint Eastwood once said, "if you want to play lumberjack, you have to learn to handle your end of the log.":

      This issue with Obama is not is ability (or a lack of it), and integrity (or the absence of it).

      All the rest is political posturing.

      If there is racism in the mix, it ranks a distant fourth.