In the New York Times, Maureen Dowd ridicules GOP resistance to Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination as “a gaggle of white Republican men afraid of extinction.” She goes on to say that it “was a disgrace that W. appointed two white men to a court stocked with white men.” If any white male elected official had made a similar remark about Jews or nonwhites, his career would instantly be over. It’s just another day in so-called “post-racial” America.
Meanwhile, the pathetic Republicans have their house negro kowtowing before the NAACP. A century ago, Booker T. Washington’s invitation to Theodore Roosevelt’s White House sparked howls of outrage across the nation. In 2008, John McCain proudly noted that “America today is a world away from the cruel bigotry of that time” in his concession speech.
The American Jewish Committee is saluting the NAACP as it marks its 100th anniversary in mutual subversion of America’s white majority.
In the Senate, the Matthew Shepard hate crimes bill is close to passage. Under the new law, violence againt homosexuals will carry stiffer penalties than similar crimes against straights.
In Barack Obama’s America, “race doesn’t matter” … unless you want a nice federal sinecure as the next Surgeon General.
Pat Buchanan is full of advice for Republicans who want to sucker gullible White voters.
AIPAC is jubilant over the House of Representatives allocating $2.22 billion dollars in welfare for Israel.