August 14, 2012, - 3:48 pm
They gonna put y’all back in chains. He said he gonna do nothin’ ’bout stoppin’ the practice of outsourcin’.
–Joe LaMarcus JaRon Tyrone Cedric Biden (Da Veep Whoz Down Wit Da Struggle), August 14, 2012
On Election Day 2000, I had planned to throw my vote away on a Libertarian candidate for President and convinced my dad to do the same. We were disgusted by then-Governor Bush’s pandering to Muslims, which was so bad that he beat Al Gore to get the worthless Islamic endorsement. (He also said in the October 2000 Presidential Debate that he was against profiling Arabs and Muslims for terrorism.) But that morning my TV was on, and as I was getting ready to go to the polls to vote, I heard Barbra Streisand tell Rosie O’Donnell that if George W. Bush was elected, we would return to the Dark Ages and the days of the concentration camps (which–newsflash, Streisand–are two different time periods). I was so incensed at this absurd, patently false, inciteful uber-hyperbole for dummies, that I went straight to the voting booth and cast my vote for Bush (a mistake, as my earlier inclination was correct–he was an Islamopanderer when we least needed one). When I was in high school, my father and I watched as Marxist beak-endowed Carl Levin shamelessly told a group of Jewish senior citizens that Ronald Reagan would take them back to the Holocaust. My dad was proudly voting for Reagan anyway, but this energized us to work for his election that much harder. And, so, I was reminded of those moments when I watched today’s latest Joe Biden BS moment in which he tried to scare Black people into thinking Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will put them back in chains and take them back to slavery. I’m not enthused about Romney at all, but statements like that only encourage me to vote for him.
Only One White Chick Can Get Away With Talking Like That (& She Don’t Work Fo’ Obama, Ya Feel Me?) . . .
My question, though, is why Black people allow this. Why do so many of them have no problem with people who speak the Queen’s English (or close to it) suddenly patronizing them with this BS Black accent, dropping their “g”s at the end of “ing”-words and using ghetto-like improper grammar and “y’all”s? If Paul Ryan used a phony Yiddish accent at a Jewish event, I’d be disgusted (but he has more class than that, and a much larger brain than that of Joe Biden). I don’t like panderers. I don’t like when Sarah Palin wears a Jewish Star. Don’t pander to me. But, Black America, seems to tolerate this despicable fawning in a way the rest of us never would. Joe Biden isn’t the first to pretend he was raised on the set of “Good Times.” Another Obamanik, Hillary Clinton, did it, too. Remember her dumb Black accent at a Black church (in the video, above)? Sho’ nuff. See, I can’t get away with that. So why do they allow liberals to mock them?
I wouldn’t dream of saying to my Black neighbors (I live in a mostly-Black apartment building in a mostly-Black neighborhood in a mostly-Black city), “No, you di’in’t. You know datz right! I’ma tell you what. A’ight.” It’s degrading to talk to people that way. It’s talking down to them. And, yet, when Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton do it, they get away with it. And they get away with the “return to slavery” warnings, when we are a nation of affirmative action extraordinaire, minority set-asides, and other special treatment to the disadvantage of Whites. It’s absurd.
I can’t wait ’til the all-White remake of “Roots” starring Joe Kunte Kinte Biden. Or Hillary in Whoopi Goldberg’s lesbian slave role in “The Color Purple.”
The Paul Ryan-Joe Biden debate cannot come soon enough.
And dat ain’t no jive, bro. Word.
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