…he’s a white male…

Caught this the other day and thought it was a good read. It’s a good look at the new stigma of being a white male in America these days.

Me, I’m tired of the shit leveled against me just because I’m white. The automatic racist meme that is thrown in my direction anytime I say Obama is a douche bag, doesn’t have shit to do with his skin color, I truly think he’s a douche bag. If he was as white as the sheet the Democrats wear at their KKK meetings, I’d still think he was a douche bag.

And before you try throwing that Dummycrat Underground crap that the KKK is the terrorist arm of the Republican Party, not only did the Democrats work hand-in-glove with the Ku Klux Klan for generations, they started the KKK and endorsed its mayhem. You can read this if you want more on that.

I’m pretty tired of the media aiding and abetting this racist meme too. Watch the news and that shit just ekes out from their reporting.

You’re a White Male; He’s a White Male; Everyone’s a White Male—But Me
by Victor Davis Hanson

When 40%, not 97%, Is Illiberal

One of the legacies of the Obama presidency is that “white male” as a term of embarrassment has now transcended the hothouse of the campus and gone mainstream. We are lectured by media figures, celebrities, and politicians ad nauseam that the November election is really about a new America of diverse minority groups, gays, feminists, and green pitted against a dying and shrinking number of old white guys. Sometimes that narrative requires absurd assumptions.

If blacks vote this election in ratios of 97% for Obama, it is not really proof of racial solidarity, but because Romney somehow is a racist. In this regard, consult the wisdom of Louise Lucas, a Virginia state senator, who is part of something called the Obama “Truth Team”: “What I am saying to you is Mitt Romney, he’s speaking to a segment of the population, who does not like to see people other than a white man in a White House or any other elected position.” Note that Lucas adduces no evidence to back up her slander.

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