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Saturday, September 03, 2005

Race Baiting Makes Katrina Tragedy Worse

Did President Bush prevent New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, or Louisiana Governor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco from moving these buses to higher ground or using them to evacuate people in advance of Hurricane Katrina? No, but that won't stop the Mayor nor the Governor (both Democrats) from blaming Bush for their own incompetence.

Well I suppose it was just a matter of time. The people so consumed with hate for George W. Bush that they not only blame Hurricane Katrina on Bush's environmental policy, they blame him for letting mostly black people die in the aftermath in New Orleans.

One of the milder examples of this virulent racism comes from race pimp Jesse Jackson who asks demands that black people, need to be put in charge:

From the Associated Press:

Jackson questioned why Bush has not named blacks to top positions in the federal response to the disaster, particularly when the majority of victims remaining stranded in New Orleans are black: "How can blacks be locked out of the leadership, and trapped in the suffering?"
Of course what "Shakedown" Jesse means is that a couple of his cronies need to be put on the payroll with fat contracts for supplying goods and services. That's his modus operandi.

President Bush has more minority members in his cabinet than any previous administration. Yet getting minorities represented at the table was never the goal of Jackson and company. Readers may recall the words of eminent minority spokesperson, Harry Belafonte, who referred to Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice as "house slaves" with President Bush as the "slave master."

Taking things a bit farther down this sad road, Randall Robinson, so-called social justice advocate and author of "The Debt ?What America Owes to Blacks" had this to say:
This is what we have come to. This defining watershed moment in America's racial history. For all the world to witness...My hand shakes with anger as I write. I, the formerly un-jaundiced human rights advocate, have finally come to see my country for what it really is. A monstrous fraud. But what can I do but write about how I feel. How millions, black like me, must feel at this, the lowest moment in my country's story.

Yes, it's the lowest moment in our nation's history when people are dying and suffering and the response from people like Jackson and Robinson is to inflame racial hatred. Hurricane Katrina is a national tragedy. The conduct of these race pimps is a national disgrace!

As if that weren't bad enough, Moonbattery shows that it's not just racial hate that is the problem. The following came from a Democrat blog:

Because these are red states. They voted for Bush. These ninnies obviously wanted these policies, and they deserve to live with the consequences of their votes. A large part of me still believes that many of these W-worshipping numbskulls deserve to suffer and to die. They brought it on themselves. Let them look to Jayzuss for aid: It's time they stopped leeching off the more productive blue staters.

But then it dawned on this sick little toad that New Orleans is almost entirely populated by Democrats, and he had a change of heart:

"New Orleans, we should note, went heavily for Kerry. And that's why we must help. Although it was very tempting to say otherwise."

Every time I think these sickos can't go any lower, they do.

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