June 16, 2012

But of course!

The usual MSM (ie, "progressive") talking heads believe a reporter asking a question during Obama's speech yesterday was due to -- you guessed it -- racism.

Of course, these same dolts laughed when George W. Bush had a shoe tossed at him by an Iraqi reporter, and when Sam Donaldson interrupted, say, President Reagan ... well, that was just being a "good reporter." Oh, and who can forget Dan Rather yelling at, and then cutting off, then-presidential candidate George HW Bush in 1988?

If I didn't know better, I'd say these faux progressives were engaging in the bigotry of low expectations -- that Pres. Obama somehow can't handle such "tough" exchanges ... because of his color.

UPDATE: Jason "Reasonable People Can Disagree Whether George W. Bush Knew In Advance About 9/11" Scott of the Local Gaggle of Moonbat Bloggers jumped right on the bandwagon with this crap ... as if his ultra-idiot self ever had any respect for any Republican. Alas, this sort of stuff is absolutely justifiable to him ... because the object of the "disrespect" were Republicans.


Posted by Hube at June 16, 2012 11:47 AM | TrackBack

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You know what -- those who label Munro's question (and other opposition to Obama's policies) as "racist" are inadvertently making racism respectable in a way it never has been in the past.

It works something like this:

Dissent is the highest form of patriotism.
It is racist to dissent against Obama.
Therefore racism is the highest form of patriotism.

I'm sure that the LGOMBas will be so proud of themselves when the we turn the tables on them next year and declare any criticism of President Romney by the Congressional Black Caucus to be based on racism and declare those whites who oppose him to be "self-hating" sell-outs.

Posted by: Rhymes With Right at June 17, 2012 03:53 PM