Presidential Racist Blowback

 

Watched an incident the other day that made the mind do backflips.  A guy went off a black guy, for apparently no reason.  So many expletives deleted were used I ran out of fingers counting them.  The guy was just ragging on the black guy.

Made my wonder, how much has Obama’s using the racist remarks to people caused backlash from people he has been hating on?  There is a certain segment out there that is going to be racist no matter what, that’s a given   My question is”": has the number of people hating on blacks because of Obama’s remarks created another layer of hatred? 

During the segregation protests of the 60’s, there was a certain level of race baiting, yet lots of that subsided over time and into the 70’s lots of racial hatred subsided. 

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With Obama, I have seen an increase in hateful racial epitaphs.  Has there’s been there all along and Obama brought it to the forefront?  Has the Prez, fanned the flames with comments or are people just returning hate for hate?

The entitlement mind set turns so many people off but the government keeps pushing the freebie programs, fueling the flames.

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2 thoughts on “Presidential Racist Blowback

  1. Unfortunately when someone climbs high they run the risk of falling and if they fall whatever is associated with them will be seen as contributing and attract blame. In this instance colour is an unfortunate association ( as was gender where Margaret Thatcher was concerned in the UK). However I wonder if the ‘war on terror’ hasn’t contributed more to this than Obama’s flawed government.

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