July 12, 2012

More "bigotry of low expectations" or ...

... yet another example of the ludicrous dumbing down of how "racism" works:

The Romney campaign has been accused of deliberately getting the Republican presidential candidate booed by black people during his NAACP speech to attract votes 'in certain racist precincts', by MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell.

Romney was booed for 15 seconds at the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People conference in Houston on Wednesday when he stated he would 'eliminate' unnecessary programmes like the Obamacare health reform.

Democrats united in saying that Romney planned to get booed to appeal to his conservative base. But O'Donnell and his guests went a step further by saying that Romney was making a play for white racists.

Hmm. So, according to admitted socialist O'Donnell, blacks can be so easily manipulated into expressing their displeasure merely at the utterance of a basic political campaign issue (ObamaCare, in this case). Just like, it seems, how blacks shouldn't be expected to possess savings accounts and/or find a way to work.

Always remember how "brave" Larry O'Donnell is, folks, when you consider what kind of "journalist/pundit" he is.

Posted by Hube at July 12, 2012 12:33 PM | TrackBack

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I know. Geez, just imagine if Romney didn't show up -- just like Obama didn't!

Posted by: Hube at July 12, 2012 02:00 PM