Who remembers the White House Correspondents dinner back in May? We at SBPDL do, as comedian Wanda Sykes had this to say about new Barack Obama:
"Sykes lauded Obama as “the first black President–unless you screw up. Then it’s ‘What’s up with the half-white guy?’ ‘Who voted for the mulatto?’”For those wondering, Barack Obama has messed up now, big time. The economy is crashing and Obama is back peddling on all of his campaign promises. More so, he has enraged Middle American Radicals (MARs), although these people who marched on Washington with an army of 1.4 million strong still refuse to admit the fundamental element that guides their actions: they are white people fed up with a corrupt system.
His plan to create a universal health system will pass, but he has awoken a spirit of Pre-Obama America that is now out of the bottle and growing.
There is word on the street that those who oppose this health care bill are racist, but a recent poll dispels this growing myth:
Jimmy Carter is one that is peddling this myth of racism behind Obama's detrators, as he said:
"Only one percent (1%) of those opposed to the health care plan believe that most of the opposition comes from racists.
Among Obama’s strongest supporters, those who Strongly Approve of his job performance, 35% say most opponents are racists, 32% disagree and 33% are not sure.
Among African-American voters, 27% say most opponents are racist, 25% disagree, and 48% are not sure.
Fifty percent (50%) of white Democrats reject the charge of racism, but 15% say it’s true."
Black people understand one thing perfectly well in this nation, and the power of this truth is waning at a rate never before imagined. That power can stifle debate and destroy those who come forth with unpleasant hate facts and dare stand up to them.
"When a radical fringe element of demonstrators and others begin to attack the president of the United States as an animal or as a reincarnation of Adolf Hitler or when they wave signs in the air that said we should have buried Obama with Kennedy, those kinds of things are beyond the bounds," Carter told an audience of students at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
"I think people who are guilty of that kind of personal attack against Obama have been influenced to a major degree by a belief that he should not be president because he happens to be African American.
"It's a racist attitude and my hope is and my expectation is that in the future both Democratic leaders and Republican leaders will take the initiative in condemning that kind of unprecedented attack on the president of the United States."
That power is the charge of racism, for only white people can be racist. Now, that is ending, thanks to the election of Mein Obama:
"So is it possible that we really can have an African-American president? Or does having an African-American president paralyze the process by which people with that kind of power in our representative republic are kept, quote, unquote, honest?"We told you two months ago that criticism of Mein Obama is one of the main Stuff Black People Don't Like. Now, we live in the AGE OF OBAMA, where his race shields him from verbal abuse.
However, Sykes said it best when she said Black people will turn against him, as Labor Day 2009 showed that the Great Depression of 2009 is only just beginning and it is Black people who are hurt with unemployment.
Stuff Black People Don't Like will continue to be 365Black, but more importantly, we will continue to be on the cutting edge of alerting the world to the truth in race relations in Post-Obama America.