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From: soooright (98.68.163.59)
Subject:         There is no such thing
Date: November 2, 2011 at 6:18 pm PST

as too much ANN!

By spending the last three decades leveling accusations of
"racism" every 10 seconds, liberals have made it virtually
impossible for Americans to recognize real racism -- for
example, the racism constantly spewed at black
conservatives.

In the last year alone, a short list of the things liberals
have labeled "racist" include:

-- Being a Republican;

-- Joining the tea party;

-- The word "the" (Donald Trump's statement that he has a
"great relationship with the blacks");

-- References to Barack Obama's playing basketball (Trump
again);

-- Using Obama's middle name;

-- Scott Brown's pickup truck;

-- Opposing Obamacare;

-- Opposing Obama's stimulus bill;

-- Opposing Obama's jobs bill.

The surge in conservative support for Herman Cain confuses
the Democrats' story line, which is that Republicans hate
Obama because he's black.

Cain is twice as black as Obama. (Possible Obama campaign
slogan: "Too Black!")

This is why the liberal website Politico ran with a story on
Cain that had everything -- a powerful black man, a
Republican presidential candidate, the hint of sexuality --
except facts.

All we learned was: About a decade ago, as many as two
anonymous women accused Cain of making unspecified
"inappropriate" remarks and one "inappropriate" gesture in
the workplace. (We had more than that on John Edwards'
mistress a year into the media's refusal to report that
story.)

If the details helped liberals, we'd have the details.

To have been accused of sexual harassment in the 1990s is
like having been accused of molesting children at preschools
in the 1980s or accused of being a witch in Massachusetts in
the 1690s.

In the 1990s, one plaintiff won a $50 million jury verdict
against Wal-Mart on the grounds that a "hostile environment"
was created by her supervisor's yelling at both male and
female employees. In another case, a plaintiff won a
$250,000 award for sexual harassment based on her complaint
that a male colleague had reached for a pastry saying,
"Nothing I like more in the morning than sticky buns," while
"wriggl(ing)" his eyebrows.

It got so crazy that a 6-year-old boy was suspended from
class for a day for kissing a classmate on the cheek, and a
Goya painting had to be removed from a Penn State classroom
because a professor complained that it constituted sexual
harassment.

With no standard other than the subjective offense taken by
the accuser, absolutely anyone could be called a witch,
i.e., a sexual harasser. So it's striking that the only two
conservative public figures accused of being witches both
happened to be conservative blacks: Clarence Thomas and
Herman Cain.

Liberals go straight to ugly racist stereotypes when
attacking conservative blacks, calling them oversexualized,
stupid and/or incompetent.

The late, lamented, white liberal reporter Mary McGrory
called Justice Antonin Scalia "a brilliant and compelling
extremist" -- while dismissing Thomas as "Scalia's puppet."

More recently, Democratic Sen. Harry Reid called Scalia "one
smart guy." In the next breath, he proclaimed Thomas "an
embarrassment to the Supreme Court," adding, "I think that
his opinions are poorly written."

When Bush made Condoleezza Rice the first black female
secretary of state, terror swept through the Democratic
Party. What if people began to notice and ask questions:
"Who's that black woman always standing with George Bush?"
Never mind! He's probably arresting her.

In addition to an explosion of racist cartoons portraying
Rice as Aunt Jemima, Butterfly McQueen from "Gone With the
Wind," a fat-lipped Bush parrot and other racist cliches,
allegedly respectable liberals promptly called her stupid
and incompetent.

Joseph Cirincione, then with the Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace, said Rice "doesn't bring much
experience or knowledge of the world to this position."
(Unlike Hillary Clinton, whose experience for the job
consisted of being married to an impeached, disbarred former
president.)

Democratic consultant Bob Beckel -- who ran Walter Mondale's
1984 campaign so competently that Mondale lost 49 states --
said of Rice, "I don't think she's up to the job."

When Michael Steele ran for senator in Maryland in 2006, the
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee dug up a copy of
his credit report -- something done to no other Republican
candidate. He was depicted in black face with huge red lips
by liberal blogger Steve Gilliard. Oreo cookies were rolled
down the aisle at Steele during a gubernatorial debate in
2002.

Trafficking in racist imagery is consequence-free for
liberals because they have ruined charges of "racism" with
their own overuse of the term. By now, any accusation of
racism has the feel of a Big Foot sighting.

It's a neat trick, rather as if the Nazis had called
everything "genocide" right before launching the Holocaust,
and then admonished resisters not to "play the genocide
card."

Liberals step on black conservatives early and often because
they can't have black children thinking, "Hmmm, the
Republicans have some good ideas; maybe I'm a Republican."

The basic setup is:

Step 1: Spend 30 years telling blacks that Republicans are
racist and viciously attacking all black Republicans.

Step 2: Laugh maliciously at Republicans for not having more
blacks in their party.

It is beyond insane that Herman Cain would have considered
running for president if he had the tiniest skeleton in his
closet. To be an out-of-the-closet black Republican, you had
better be a combination rocket scientist/Baptist preacher.
Which, as it happens, Cain is.

Meanwhile, MSNBC is cutting into its prime-time programming
to announce updates in the fact-free hit on Cain. That's not
because anyone there thinks he'll be the nominee. Everyone
knows it's going to be Mitt Romney.

But liberals are determined to make sure that, six months
from now, everyone has forgotten Herman Cain so they can go
back to claiming Republicans oppose Obama because they hate
blacks.

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