Wait, Am I Racist or are You?

I've long accepted that any opposition to President Obama's agenda is immediately labeled "racism."

Now, when it comes to the shutdown, you had MSNBC calling those who pushed to defund Obamacare as "serious racism" as opposed to the "unserious" kind, I guess.

Anthea Butler, an Ivy League professor, blamed Republican racism for the government shutdown, according to the Daily Caller.

But how does one square that racism charge with the story that a Ku Klux Klan rally planned for Saturday at Gettysburg National Military Park has been canceled because of the government shutdown?

I'm confused. So am I racist if I oppose the government shut down when the government shutting down stopped a KKK rally? I just don't know what to think anymore.



  1. Quick way to determine whether or not you are racist:

    Did you vote for Obama?

    Yes: you are not racist (for now)
    No: you are racist

  2. Well heck. I'm a non racist who became a racist. I bought into the whole hope and change and thought we would get national healthcare, etc. then I apparently became a racist by virtue of not voting for a black, which means I was a white racist for not voting for the whit guy prior to that..I guess. But anyways, when I say the healthcare law and the obvious problems of voting for laws that no one read, that weren't written and that no one knows how to implement...I guess my concerns are overshadowed by my racism. Yep. No name calling from the left....


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