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Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Geraldine Fibbers

As my Prayer Warriors can attest, caucasians are routinely denied entry to the upper corridors of power so that ethnic minorities can benefit from this "leveling" of the playing field. Their disproportionate representation has given them a huge advantage at the expense of us white people, and I don't know how many children have had to cry themselves to sleep after learning that being white will keep them from achieving the pinnacle of success in janitorial services, meat processing, or prison, and that they will instead have to settle for jobs in banking, law, and middle management. Those who speak out against this injustice are branded "bigots," but finally someone with even impeccable liberal credentials is speaking out against this injustice we have suffered far too long -- and is being pilloried for it, naturally:
Geraldine Ferraro says her comments on Barack Obama's race being the primary reason for his success in the presidential campaign are being "spun" as racist, and she says he should be thanking her for the comments.

Rather than retreat from her seemingly foot-in-mouth comments, the former New York City lawmaker has decided to go on offense. Ferraro has claimed her words were taken out of context and has decried being painted as racist by some.

"The spin on the words has been that somehow I was addressing the his qualifications. I was not," Ferraro said Wednesday on ABC's Good Morning America. "I was celebrating the fact that the black community in this country came out with a pride in a historic candidacy, and has shown itself at the polls. You'd think he'd say, 'Yeah thank you for doing that. ... we want to say thank you to the community.' Instead I'm charged with being a racist."
What can you expect from these ungrateful negroes? Their idea of a celebration usually involves dancing and having a good time, so saying that "If Obama was a white man, he would not be in this position" clearly wouldn't measure up to the standards of jubilation they unfairly impose on the rest of us. Geraldine, for what little difference it makes, I thank you, from the bottom of my heart.

What if the overreaction by the Obama camp is really just a means of deflecting attention away from all the other opportunities their candidate has robbed white people of? His cultists like to point to his resume as showing his qualifications, but how many more qualified white people did he elbow out of his way to work as a community organizer in those public housing projects? How many lawyers had to settle for humiliating jobs as lowly associates in AmLaw top 10 firms so Obama could be president of the Harvard Law Review? How many white legislators were told to go legislate elsewhere so Obama could lord over Chicago's tony South Side? These are questions that need to be asked, and by the looks of it, Hillary Clinton's campaign may actually provide a rare public service by finally addressing them. I certainly hope so. Praise Him!

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