This Big Media piece actually claims to be "news".
It sounds more like a piece one would expect on an obscure, randomly-stumbled-upon Far-Left-wing civilian blog.
Clearly it's biased.
It doesn't mention the fact that Obama attended racist, anti-Semitic and anti-American sermons for twenty years and didn't stop until his attendance became a political-electoral liability. It doesn't refer to the racist comments Obama makes in some books he wrote.
It doesn't mention the fact that there's a former Ku Klux Klan Grand Kleagle sitting as a Democratic Senator. It doesn't mention the fact that the Democratic Party is the one responsible for the KKK in the first place, as the KKK was the Party's militant wing, its version of the Nazi Sturmabteilung, or "Brownshirts".
It doesn't mention that current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is known to have uttered an anti-Semitic slur, "f'n Jew bastard".
Gimme a break. It's pure propaganda.
It take a silly, stupid, foolish email and turns it into a huge crisis. Here we go again.
If a Democrat had sent the same email, who'd care? Not a Leftist "journalist". Oh, no... it's ok for Leftists to send such emails, but if a Republican does, then it means that "Republicanism has an 'ugly side'" and so on and so forth.
Sheesh! Yes, it's a dumb-assed, racist email. Of course. The person who sent it is rightly mortally embarrassed at her stupidity.
But if a Democrat had sent it... No biggie.
Double standard again. Cue the violins.
And to close, the real racists are the Democrats.
Just ask Kevin Jackson, who wrote the book about the racism of the Democratic Party!
Here's what Kevin says about his book:
My goal in writing The BIG Black Lie: How I learned the truth about the Democrat Party, was to showcase where racism really resides…on the Left! As a black conservative and political observer, I'm often asked by other conservatives "What do I say when I'm called a racist, just because I didn't vote for Obama?” Or “Why do they call me a racist even when I tell them it's Obama’s policies that I don't like?" This book not only answers those questions, but also helps you answer those questions with confidence. I believe this book will undoubtedly empower you!
Just adding a little fairness and balance to the discourse. You can actually click on the link and buy the book for yourself.
Oh, and his blog is already linked on my sidebar.