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What's "Progressive" About The Race Card?

Every time Progressives sense they are losing the argument, they play the race card.  They do it because they can, and they do it because it works.  It muffles criticism of whatever the Progressive agenda item of the day is.

Now that Obama and the Obots are watching his ObamaCare plan go into the toilet, his Progressive supporters are coming out of the woodwork with their charges of racism, even to the extent of projecting their own racist thoughts onto their political rivals.  Progressives, like Maureen Dowd, even put words into people's mouths in order to achieve their political goals.
   
    
But who really are the racists in America?

Let's start with this guy -- Barack Hussein Obama -- "What Obama really thinks of white folks."

Then there's this guy -- Jumpin' Joe Biden -- The "Articulate" and "Clean" manís choice is evidently a frequent visitor of Dunkin Donuts and 7/11, saying, "You cannot go to a 7-11 or Dunkin Donuts unless you have a slight Indian Accent."

Then this one -- Jimmah Cahtah -- who referred to Obama as "this black boy" on national TV, and said that Obama was unqualified for the presidency -- my, how things change -- calling Maureen Dowd.  Here's Jimmy Carterís record on race.

And Jimmah, Obama never "grew up with a loving father" -- Senior and Obama never, ever lived under the same roof -- never.

And, don't forget -- Hillary Clinton -- Mahatma Gandhi "ran a gas station down in Saint Louis."

Oh, and this one -- Jesse Jackson -- the shakedown artist actually referred to Jews as "Hymies" and to New York City as "Hymietown" -- not racist, of course -- only conservative white people can be racists -- those are the Progressive's rules.

And, Tawana Brawley's champion -- Al Sharpton -- denounced African-American leaders who disagree with him as "yellow niggers."

I could spend the whole day doing this, but you get the idea.
 

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