Why I Cain’t Vote for Black Hussein Obama

I put together this here video for yer enjoyment. May you enjoy it many times over.

I did this’un last night after a good day for football watchin’, which is to say, drinkin’.

Here’s the non-parody version of that video.

Gateway Pundit says he contacted the LA Times to ask about a video showing Barack Obama at a party for radical Islamist Rashid Khalidi, mentioned by the LA Times in this article: Allies of Palestinians see a friend in Barack Obama.

At Khalidi’s going-away party in 2003, the scholar lavished praise on Obama, telling the mostly Palestinian American crowd that the state senator deserved their help in winning a U.S. Senate seat. “You will not have a better senator under any circumstances,” Khalidi said.

The event was videotaped, and a copy of the tape was obtained by The Times.

LA Times writer Peter Wallsten said he won’t release the video or reveal his sources: Confirmed: MSM Holds Video Of Barack Obama Attending Jew-Bash & Toasting a Former PLO Operative… Refuse to Release the Video!

If true, this is media malfeasance of an almost astounding degree. They have a video that could change the stakes in this election and they’re hiding it. And they’ve been hiding it since last April.

UPDATE: The Glenn Beck Version.

Whether holding a career-launching state Senate campaign event at the home of an unrepentant terrorist should disqualify you from the presidency is up to the people to decide. I tend to see it as a rather low bar to clear if you’re going to run the world, but hey, that’s just me.

Remember, William Ayers is a pasty white guy like me. Shouldn’t the fact that Palin is criticizing a white terrorist show that it’s not his color — but his terrorism — that she’s not fond of? Instead, the AP tries to make the case that voters will think Obama is “not like us” since “terrorists are envisioned as dark-skinned radical Muslims.” Right, because nothing dredges up visions of radical Muslims with box-cutters like a guy named Bill.

Just ridiculous.

That wasn’t enough to convince Democratic Rep. Gregory Meeks, who said, “He’s ‘not one of us’? That’s racial. That’s fear. They know they can’t win on the issues, so the last resort they have is race and fear.” He also added, “They are trying to throw out these codes.”

More from that jackass here.

Muslim Jew on U.S. Race Relations

Asia Times Online :: Asian News, Business and Economy.

Black and white and barely read at all
By Muhammad CohenLast week, Senator Barack Obama gave the most important speech on race in America since Martin Luther King shared his dream 45 years ago. But instead of focusing on Obama’s thoughtful words, Americans seem more intent on the sayings of the preacher Obama denounced.

In speaking fundamental truths about black and white under the stars and stripes, Obama’s speech challenged Americans to prove we want intelligent debate on key issues. So far, America is failing that test as badly as it has so many racial trials, preferring simple sound bites that reduce a vivid, vibrant society to a different kind of black and white

Now, after eight years of Reagan’s political heir George W Bush and his simple but wrong answers leaving a legacy of crises at home and abroad, you’d think America would be ready to elevate the degree of difficulty. Reactions to Obama’s speech indicate otherwise. Rather than considering the points he makes about race relations – or, yikes, reading the speech – reactions center around whether the Illinois senator sufficiently distanced himself from Wright.

It might be that Americans can’t handle complexities. Don’t underestimate the capacity of voters to confuse and misunderstand. A poll last week showed most Americans oppose Republican nominee-in-waiting John McCain’s policy prescriptions for Iraq, yet they say he’d do the best job on the issue as president.

But the reaction to Obama and his speech goes beyond seeking simple answers. It’s about avoiding the honest racial introspection he’s asking us to undertake. Despite Obama’s urging to the contrary, Americans would indeed prefer “to simplify and stereotype and amplify the negative to the point that it distorts reality”. Make no mistake, race is a key factor in reactions to and the coverage of Obama’s speech.

Sorry, but I just think it’s hilarious that “Muhammad Cohen” wrote this outstanding article on the black/white thing in America.  Good reading.  Sad story.

Obama is Hate-Filled Muslim (or Something)

Beyond America’s Original Sin – New York Times

Honesty feels heady right now. For seven years, we have lived with the arid, us-against-them formulas of Bush’s menial mind, with the result that the nuanced exploration of America’s hardest subject is almost giddying. Can it be that a human being, like Wright, or like Obama’s grandmother, is actually inhabited by ambiguities? Can an inquiring mind actually explore the half-shades of truth?

Yes. It. Can.

The unimaginable South African transition that Nelson Mandela made possible is a reminder that leadership matters. Words matter. The clamoring now in the United States for a presidency that uplifts rather than demeans is a reflection of the intellectual desert of the Bush years.

Hillary Clinton said in January that: “You campaign in poetry, but you govern in prose.” Wrong. America’s had its fill of the prosaic.

The unthinkable can come to pass. When I was a teenager, my relatives advised me to enjoy the swimming pools of Johannesburg because “next year they will be red with blood.”

But the inevitable bloodbath never came. Mandela walked out of prison and sought reconciliation, not revenge. Later Mandela would say: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.”

Barack would have made an excellent target for poaching.  Oh wait, he still is.