Frances Rice of Black Politics on the Web writes:
How do we decide who is a racist? The dictionary tells us a racist harbors feelings of antagonism and superiority based on biological differences, such as skin color. So, what demonstrates that President Barack Obama harbors such feelings toward white people? Glimpses of Obama’s mindset can be obtained from reading his two books, “The Audacity of Hope” and “Dreams from My Father” where Obama describes his animosity toward white people.One of the many dangers in cultivating racism, as our progressive President admits he did, is it will lead not only to hate of those who are not in one's own group, but to a general objectification of anyone who is part of the human race. The manipulative narcissist's motto "what can I make you do for me?" is the operative thought, rather than "what can I do for you?" People are not people anymore, but chits in a power play. That's who Obama was drinking beer with on the White House lawn yesterday: Chits; markers; points.
In “Dreams from My Father” Obama wrote: “I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race.” This book also contains an explanation of why Obama joined and remained for 20 years in Trinity United Church of Christ, the church of black liberation theologian Rev. Jeremiah Wright who preached hatred against whites. Obama wrote: “It came about as a choice and not an epiphany”. The core of black liberation theology is black separatism, a movement that, for more than a century, has been opposed to racial integration.
Crowley and Gates represent votes and money. Crowley represents the police unions that supported Obama in 2008, that Obama stabbed in the back with his kneejerk accusation of racism. Gates represents the progressive racist establishment in government, law, human resources and non-profits communities that believes black Americans and other designated victim groups cannot succeed on their own, and need government to force employers to give them racist preferences. Obama needs both of these groups to vote for him and his progressive douchebag comrades in Congress.
Sgt. Crowley, we watched as you graciously helped Mr. Gates down those steps. He needed the help. Mr. Gates, we watched as you accepted Sgt. Crowley's assistance. And we watched as Pres. Obama turned his back on both of you to rush to the cameras. How does it feel to be used by a narcissist?
I'd venture to say "it sucks!"