If it is our fate to get a lesson in racial reality, then Bring It On
Ann Coulter makes it more clear than ever. The man who has been the main father figure of the fatherless, identity-challenged Obama through his whole adult life is a crazy Negro who says things like, “Racism is the American way. Racism is how this country was founded, and how this country is still run…. We believe in white supremacy and black inferiority. And believe it more than we believe in God.” He says this, as Coulter points out, about a country that for the last 30-plus years has practiced mandatory racial discrimination against white people. And Obama, the post-racial candidate, has joined himself at the hip to this black preacher of racial hate!
As weird as it is to say it, Hillary is the closest thing to a normal, sane, human being in this race. She is our only rescue from the madness of McCain and the madness of Obama, the man of a thousand faces and no face. But if Hillary (or, if you want to believe John Derbyshire’s scenario, Gore, who is certifiably crazy) can’t stop Obama, then I still say there’s a silver lining, or, dare I say it, a white lining, in that dark cloud: a four year long post-OJ Simpson acquittal extravaganza, in which the full madness and idiocy of black America is on display, and America gets a lesson in racial reality it remembers for generations.