Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Barack Obama Is Not A "Racist"!!!
Glen Beck gets it wrong on this one.
Barack Obama is not a racist nor does he "hate White people ways".
Barack Obama's initial response to state that the Cambridge Police "acted stupidly" was due to his innate critical view of the authority as represented by the police. This view was inculcated into his consciousness through years of listening to Jerimah Wright, Bill Ayers and other leftist fundamentalist who he gravitated to in his formative years.
He did not attack the police after stating that "I don't know all of the facts" because they had locked up a Black man, per se. He attacked the police because his ideological sensibilities says to him that it was the "Police Authority" which was in the wrong in the battle with the elite college professor.
Mr Obama believed that the police should have been accommodating to the verbal assaults said by the "good Professor". The only racial angle used by Obama is the assumption that a "Black man" who is being inspected by the police on his own front porch is inclined to be highly pissed and thus should not be held in strict accordance to social dignities after being provoked in such a manner.
In summary - the esteemed professor is afforded the ability to "I'm gonna bring my momma to school and she's gonna cuss you out" emotionalism. It is the police force that is asked to show maximum accommodation.
In my view this fits the larger picture that I have painted for Obama, the man who came into office as a blank canvas - open for all to paint their own vision of him. In so much of what he does - Obama expects the establishment to accept more societal burden. Whether it is more sharing of one's private money with the rest of the masses; setting aside our view of traditional marriage and its function in our society; or suggesting that society, above all else - cannot allow inner city school students to remain in schools all by themselves - he looks to the establishment to be more accommodating.
When it comes to specificity as to what the "traditional victim" is expected to do - Mr Obama is as vague as the "blank canvas" that he was purported to be.
Increasingly we are seeing the painting that was underneath that fresh coat of primer all along.