Wednesday, October 3, 2012

The Daily Caller video? Yup. It's fun seeing the left squirm.

This video is from The Daily Caller. Follow the link to see the entire story.

The video was released last night. You know the one.  Obama gave a speech in 2007, where he sent a shout-out to his favorite Marxist racist pastor, The Reverend Jeremiah Wright, spoke in a different accent that almost none of us has heard come out Obama's mouth, and then proceeded to inform his mostly black audience that they were victims of institutionalized racism.

News? Not to most of us. Anyone who didn't realize that Obama was such a race baiter has been living under a rock for the past 4 years.

The left side of twitter was up in arms, claiming unsurprisingly that it was racist even to bring this up. Twitchy covers this nicely:
Earlier today, as Matt Drudge teased the release of “Obama’s other race speech” on his site, media outlets raced to be the first to scoop the others and release the video. BuzzFeed uncovered the “old” video on YouTube — a nine-minute edit of a 2007 speech — and then quickly pulled together previously unseen bits. 
So what’s “new” in this old video? A shout-out to Reverend Wright, for one, as well as a previously unseen and racially divisive take on the federal government’s response to Hurricane Katrina compared to 9/11 and Hurricane Andrew, a take which echoed Kanye West’s claim that George Bush “doesn’t care about black people.” “Where’s yo’ dollars,” Obama asks the crowd. ”Somehow the people down in New Orleans they don’t care about as much.”
"So what?," many asked. This is hardly news, and besides, you're shooting yourself in the foot by bringing up Bush's horrible response to Hurricane Katrina!

More from the Daily Caller:
“Now here’s the thing,” Obama continues, “when 9-11 happened in New York City, they waived the Stafford Act — said, ‘This is too serious a problem. We can’t expect New York City to rebuild on its own. Forget that dollar you gotta put in. Well, here’s ten dollars.’ And that was the right thing to do. When Hurricane Andrew struck in Florida, people said, ‘Look at this devastation. We don’t expect you to come up with y’own money, here. Here’s the money to rebuild. We’re not gonna wait for you to scratch it together — because you’re part of the American family.’” 
That’s not, Obama says, what is happening in majority-black New Orleans. “What’s happening down in New Orleans? Where’s your dollar? Where’s your Stafford Act money?” Obama shouts, angry now. “Makes no sense! Tells me that somehow, the people down in New Orleans they don’t care about as much!”  
It’s a remarkable moment, and not just for its resemblance to Kayne West’s famous claim that “George Bush doesn't care about black people,” but also because of its basic dishonesty. By January of 2007, six months before Obama’s Hampton speech, the federal government had sent at least $110 billion to areas damaged by Katrina. Compare this to the mere $20 billion that the Bush administration pledged to New York City after Sept. 11. 
The fact is, that the press didn't do it's job. When they supposedly covered this speech five years ago, they left out the more incendiary divisive racist bits because that didn't fit their template.  They never do their job when it comes to Barack Obama. They haven't done their job when it came down to digging up the facts of Benghazi, They aren't doing their jobs with Fast and Furious! Instead, they're worried about remarks that Mitt Romney makes at a fund raiser. They are in league with the regime of Barack Obama. If Mitt Romney or any conservative had uttered the racist remarks that Barack Obama had said, talking about "our people" and "our neighborhoods", the obsolete media would have been on him in a feeding frenzy like the zombies that they are.

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