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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Obama in 2005: U.S. "Indifferent" Toward Blacks

By Rick Pearcey • October 3, 2012, 04:50 PM

Aaron Klein reports at WND:

The George W. Bush White House demonstrated a “passive indifference” toward blacks that is common in a society that believes all people drive SUVs with trunks full of sparkling water, stated Barack Obama during a 2005 speech on racism and Hurricane Katrina. . . . 

Obama made the remarks at the Harvard Law School Association “Celebration of Black Alumni” Award Luncheon on Sept. 17, 2005. He delivered the keynote address and was the recipient of that year’s award.

Barack Obama is expert in the art of mild-mannerd raving. Thus, with a straight face he can hatefully stereotype the U.S. as an indifferent society of SUVs and sparkling water.

And then when the "indifferent" society objects, the mild-mannered raver spits on it with charges of racism.

If the United States is fortunate, history will regard Mr. Obama the worst American president of the 21st century, for the nation -- as a beacon of freedom and dignity grounded in unalienable rights from the Creator -- may not be able to survive yet another round of impositions from a political figure so disdainful and so divorced from reality.