Wednesday, August 26, 2009

When Is Racism Not Racist?

When Is Racism Not Racist?
Kevin Bryant

As I am sure plenty of you are now aware of, many advertisers are demanding that FOX to not air their commercials during the Glen Beck Show. Beck made some comments about Obama’s comments right after Obama’s radical left racist buddy, Louis Gates got arrested by a white police officer whom Obama stated that he did not have all the facts but yet threw in the comment that the officer acted stupidly. This is the Beck comment:

This president, I think, has exposed himself as a guy -- over and over and over again -- who has a deep seated hatred for white people or white culture, I don't know what it is.
Later, "Fox and Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade said to Beck, "Listen, you can't say he doesn't like white people. David Axelrod's white, Rahm Emanuel, his chief of staff, is white. I think 70 percent of the people that we see every day are white. Robert Gibbs is white."
I'm not saying he doesn't like white people. I'm saying he has a problem; this guy is, I believe, a racist.

The left is celebrating these comments as the victory that they have been seeking that proves that conservative talk show host and the FOX channel are racist. Am I the only one that actually sees racial overtones in Obama’s original statement about cops acting stupidly? What was his comment during the campaign when asked about reparations to blacks because of slavery? Obama stated that he was against reparations because they did not go far enough.

You always hear Obama refer to his “white” grandmother, but has anyone ever heard him acknowledge the fact that he too is half white? He sat in a church and listened to a racist radical preacher for more than 20 years then claims he never heard any racial comments being made? Is it possible that the President of the United States is too “stupid” to know when a fellow black person is making racial comments?

His own wife, Michelle, has made comments with racial overtones and again, just as the President, she too gets a pass from the media. She also sat in that same church and for 20 years listened to reverend Wright give his racial hate speeches and promote black theology. What is worse, they both subjected their children to it. What is the difference between a child attending racially charged church sermons and a child going to KKK meetings? In my opinion, there is no difference yet because of political correctness and the fact that a majority of the population has been brainwashed into thinking that racism can only come from heterosexual white people, the poor kid that is dragged to the KKK meetings will be called a racist and the ones who are subjected to white hate speeches and told repeatedly that all straight and Christian white people are racist will be considered socially normal.

Tolerance, compassion, understanding & acceptance are being taught daily in our schools and churches and various organizations. Why is it that many believe that these lessons are only to apply to white heterosexuals? Why does it seem lately that the first amendment only apply to those who promote leftist or racial ideas and agendas?

Glen Beck has a right to state his opinion just like every other citizen. Unlike most, he gave specific reasons for which is opinion was based upon later in the show and in several commentaries on his radio show yet is punished by the press for them. I don’t see the Obama’s giving specific reasons for their racially stated comments? All I see are free passes given by the press.

The bible states that God made man in his own image and the constitution states that all men are created equal with equal protection under the law, then it’s to make allowances for each man to equally share his or her opinions if asked. It’s time to tolerate differences because everyone is created differently. The rules of society must be equal for everyone regardless of race or creed. If someone’s feelings get hurt, so be it. Hurt feelings are too a part of nature, so deal with it and get over it.

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