Tea Party Nation: America Won’t Elect Black President ‘For a Generation or Two’ Because of Obama
Yesterday, Tea Party Nation sent out an article to members by activist Alan Caruba, warning that President Obama is not only bad for the black community but also that Americans are unlikely to trust a black leader again. Reacting to an interview with comedian D.L. Hughley, where he said Obama should have been more aggressive in responding to right-wing attacks and calling out the endurance of anti-black racism in America, Caruba said that “Obama has been the ‘affirmative action’ President whose life has been characterized by the special treatment he received growing up,” and has therefore been able to get away with having a “forgery” of a birth certificate.
“I believe Obama has made it nearly impossible for a black American to be elected President for a generation or two,” Caruba concluded. “I believe he will be rejected by the voters in November and I believe he will, as he has done throughout his presidency, blame others for it.”
“I’m a black man too and I didn’t grow up in that kind of world. I couldn’t grow up thinking everything would be OK because it wasn’t for a lot of people I knew,” said Hughly who apparently thinks Obama was naïve and didn’t realize the depth of racism in America, but ignores the fact that a lot of whites voted for Obama because they wanted to demonstrate to the world that a black man could be elected President.
If Obama had been raised by a black father, says Hughly, he would have learned that “you can’t let someone disrespect you but one time.” Hughly mistakes criticism of Obama’s performance in office as racism and, in fact, the half-black, half-white Obama has generally been given a pass his whole life precisely because of his racial mix. All Presidents have been subjected to often harsh criticism.
If anything, Obama has been the “affirmative action” President whose life has been characterized by the special treatment he received growing up. It has been a life whose actual facts Obama has gone out of his way to conceal by having his college and other records hidden from public review, not the least of which has been his birth certificate, deemed by many to be a forgery along with his phony Social Security number.
What struck me about the Hughly interview was his uncritical embrace of Obama and the view that it is racism that is holding blacks back. Obama has not opened any doors for black Americans that were not already in place.
To the contrary, Obama has offered them more food stamps and has tried via an illegal executive order to gut the successful welfare law that Bill Clinton signed. He has failed the millions, black, white, Asian, and Hispanic, who are unemployed as the result of his Marxist ideology.
I believe Obama has made it nearly impossible for a black American to be elected President for a generation or two. I believe he will be rejected by the voters in November and I believe he will, as he has done throughout his presidency, blame others for it.