Hillary shill Taylor Marsh proves that she's as desperate to win as her leader, mentor, guru, lord and savior.
Yet another racist smear from the Hillary camp and their supporters, but no one should be surprised by this, they just can't help themselves. Defending Geraldine Ferraro, claiming that Obama only won South Carolina because he's black (after Hillary once led SC amongst Black voters by 15%), all-of-a-sudden caring about voters in two states their Hillary dismissed back in September, one can only laugh out loud at this stuff. Funny too how Marsh uses the "I've never crossed the street" argument in the same vein of whites folks who claim that they couldn't possibly be racist because they have black friends. As if it couldn't be possible for some white folks to still hold prejudices against Blacks. Of course, unlike Marsh, I've lived in NYC all my life and can tell you all too well of episodes involving white women say, clutching their purses or passing a seat up on the subway seat at the sight of a big, black man. Most whites aren't that way, but some are. And that's the point Obama was trying to make about his grandmother. Any idiot or non-Hillary shill could see that. Of course, the idea that Obama would diss half his racial make-up (he is after all biracial) is beyond stupid in of itself, but when you're as desperate, shameless, exploitative and just utterly bitter as the Billary shills are, you'll do or anything to win.
If Rev. Wright didn't do Obama in, this comment should.
"... .. The point I was making was not that my grandmother harbors any racial animosity. She doesn't. But she is a typical white person who, uh, if she sees somebody on the street that she doesn't know there's a reaction that's been been bred into our experiences that don't go away and that sometimes come out in the wrong way and that's just the nature of race in our society. We have to break through it. ... .." - Senator Barack Obama
Can you imagine if Hillary Clinton said someone was a "typical black person?" Seriously, Barack Obama basically called all white people racist. You know, because when us typical white folk walk down the street and see an African American coming our way we run to the other side of the road.
Is this guy kidding? Back in the late 1970s, early 1980s, I lived on 95th and Columbus in New York City; long before it went chique. I took a subway from 42nd Street to get home after working on Broadway late at night. I walked home from the subway alone. I rode with African Americans, walked down the street past midnight in an area that wasn't near safe, with African Americans walking beside me and behind me. I'm a whitey white Scots-Irish broad and I was never afraid of an African American coming towards me, and never once crossed the street.
Mr. Hope, Mr. Uniter has finally revealed himself further. There's a reason he didn't distance himself from Rev. Wright. There's also a reason that Obama's team pounced on Ferraro and everyone else making any comment at all. Senator Obama now admits he sees racism whenever a white person is speaking on the subject of the racial divide in this country.
How in the world the Democratic party, represented by Barack Obama as our nominee, thinks he's going to get blue collar votes by basically calling white people racist is beyond me. There's prejudice going round but it isn't coming from people challenging Senator Obama, who are being pounced on for calling him out. I know a racist dog whistle when I hear one and this beauty from Obama is it. Racism works both ways.