09 October 2014

Black to basics.

But Democrats no longer on the ballot believe the president should focus his time on his most loyal constituency.

“I’d have Obama on an evangelistic schedule of black churches all over the country,” said Willie Brown, the former mayor of San Francisco. “I think he really should go to the black base. I don’t think there’s any other place I would trust he wouldn’t create an adverse reaction rather than a positive reaction.”[1]

The comments on this article are, as usual, choice. The heaviest reader support is for comments extolling Obama’s "achievements" (improving economy, "saving" of GM, advance to socialized medicine, "falling" unemployment, promoting the homosexual agenda, protection of the sacrament of abortion) and/or evincing unswerving support for centralized, interventionist, constitution-optional policies and disdain for Republican "obstructionism" and hatred of kittens and the poor.

In short, a showcase of leftist delusion, economic ignorance, and blindness toward the dangers of an untouchable federal government.

[1]  "In This Election, Obama’s Party Benches Him." By Jonathan Martinoct, New York Times, 10/7/14.

No comments: