It's the Hatred, Stupid

It's a cliche now, I know, and I hate to make use of it.

But that line on the economy that James Carville had hanging over his desk in Clinton campaign headquarters in 1992 was there because he knew it was the issue that would decide the election.

For John McCain, the sign in HQ should read, "It's the Hatred, Stupid."

The great, untapped gift to John McCain from Barack's past is not Reverend Wright. It's what Reverend Wright represents. It's hatred of white people and of American society, and the premise for victim hood that allows the black underclass to be held in place in perpetuity. That's what Barack was part of for 20 years. That's what Michelle has been indoctrinated with that made it possible to calmly mention in a speech that she's never been proud of this country before, and then use the line again in another speech, without thinking that this might be a sentiment that the country could have some trouble relating to.

Let's welcome Rev. Michael Pfleger to Trinity Baptist Church. Thanks to Pfleger,
the hatred is back.
Barack Obama moved to distance himself from another preacher at Trinity United Church of Christ on Thursday after controversial comments by the Rev. Michael Pfleger, pastor of St. Sabina Catholic Church in Chicago, were circulated online.
Apparently, Pfleger didn't get the memo - no more hate speech until we get Barack elected president. Or maybe he got the memo, but didn't think Reverend Wright should get all the glory.
"Don't hold me responsible for what my ancestors did, but you have enjoyed the benefits of what your ancestors did," Pfleger said from the pulpit of Trinity on Sunday. ". . . Unless you are willing to give up the benefits, you must be responsible for what was done in your ancestors' generation. We must be honest enough to expose white entitlement and supremacy wherever it raises his head. "


There it is - in one shot - the rationale for blaming any white person walking around today for everything that's happened to blacks in this country, including slavery.
"When Hillary was crying, people said that was put on. I really don't believe it was put on. I really believe she just always thought this is mine. I'm Bill's wife. I'm white, and this is mine! I just got to get up and step up to the plate. Then, out of nowhere, came Barack Obama! And she said oh, damn, where did you come from. "
While Barack is likely not a hater himself, he must be comfortable with the premise upon which the hate is built. Otherwise, what was he doing there all those years?
"I'm white, I'm entitled, there's a black man stealing my show," he continued, feigning tears. "She wasn't the only one crying -- there were a whole lot of white people crying. . . I'm sorry, I don't want to get you in any more trouble."
Now that we're hearing it from a second source at Barack's church, exposing the fact that this is Barack's world has been made easier. It will be harder now for the "zero tolerance" crowd to blame the problem on Pastor Wright. The fact is, this attitude is a movement, and as Barack points out in his impotent response, a tradition in the black community.
"As I have traveled this country, I've been impressed not by what divides us, but by all that unites us. That is why I am deeply disappointed in Father Pfleger's divisive, backward-looking rhetoric, which doesn't reflect the country I see or the desire of people across America to come together in common cause," Obama's statement said.
Truer words have never been spoken. Regular Americans have no interest in this crap. Fortunately for John McCain and the country, Barack Obama sat there and listened to it for 20 years. Last year, Barack and Michelle gave $26,270 to Trinity to help spread the hate.

No wonder democrats go nuts when you correctly link Barack to these people and their beliefs. "Stop the personal attacks," they cry. "Talk about issues!" There is no bigger issue than what is at the core of a leader's heart. And you know a man's heart by looking at who he gives his $26,270 to.

It's the hatred.

Stupid.