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Sunday, September 27, 2009


by R J Shulman

NEW YORK - (PTSD News) - The Republicans hit the Sunday morning news shows with a vengeance, decrying the recent charges that their opposition to President Obama includes a racial component. "It's my duty to call a President who acts like he is in charge of things uppity," said South Carolina Representative Lynn Westmoreland to David Gregory on NBC's Meet the Press, "you just can't have a chief executive going around thinking he's the decider or something. You didn't see Bush do that."

"How is asking a President to account for his wild out of control spending racist because I asked for an accounting of his watermelon and fried chicken budget?" Senate Minority Mitch McConnell told CBS's Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation. On ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona said, "The President is supposed to keep us safe like Bush did during his presidency. What's wrong with being concerned our wives and daughters may not be safe with Obama in the White House?"

House Minority Leader John Boehner said that it is ridiculous to call him a racist. "I liked Sammy Davis, Jr. who was not only black, but a Jew. Man, that guy sure could dance up a storm and find a good bargain at the same time." "Those Democrat liberals who hate white people just can't handle the truth," said former Governor Sarah Palin, "When I criticized Obama, I'm just calling a spade a spade."

"We have a volatile world out there," said Fox's Bill O'Rielly, "How is it racist to be worried the president might say, 'don't bother me with all those nukes and sh*t, just pass me the mf basketball?" Rush Limbaugh chimed in by saying that "me calling Obama the White House Negro is not racist, but the truth, as he is a Negro occupying the White House. Besides Obama shouldn't be complaining anyway because house Negros are the lucky ones."

Michele Bachmann (R-MN) criticized former President Jimmy Carter for calling the attacks on Obama racist, "what does Carter know about racism anyway, it's not like he was raised in the South like Georgia for instance. Isn't it bad enough that he keeps building welfare houses for those people?"

Talk show host Michael Wiener, better know to his millions of avid followers as Michael Savage, said, "This whole issue is Obama's fault as no one asked him to run for president while black."

Fox News also rejected that their reporting promotes racism. "All we do is report the news that Obama is a black Muslim terrorist who wants to bring his fellow Kenyan thugs to confiscate guns and bibles and force fascist communism down decent white American's throats and let them decide."

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