‘Race Relations are Better’ Under Obama? A Great, Thumping Lie

Barb Wire

Let’s see… We’ve got riots all over the place, protesters chanting “Waddawe want? Dead cops,” and waddaya know, two cops get murdered… “flash mobs” looting stores, gangs of “teens”–that means they’re all black–battering and sometimes even killing elderly, defenseless white victims in games of “knockout”…

And our glorious Community Organizer-in-chief, in the sixth year of the first job he’s ever held, says race relations in America have gotten a lot better since he took office.

I know I have to be careful, writing about this: but, gee whiz, what planet is he on? He’s spent six years jumping feet-first into every racial controversy in the news, and always on the side of the black party. Always. And so has his attorney general, who used to be Bill Clinton’s bagman back when that departing president was selling pardons.

Race relations are getting better? Where ought we to look, if we want to see that? Or is it just another one of those broad, sweeping lies that this worst-president-ever excels in? He says the economy’s looking good, too. And Obamacare’s a great success.

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The combination of deep-rooted evil and rampant foolishness is a potent one, and that’s what we’ve got in the White House.

We just had an election in which the voters demanded, in no uncertain terms, “Stop him!” And he’s acting like it never happened.

I don’t enjoy writing about politics on this blog. But “race relations have gotten better since I took office”?

I wonder that the very stones don’t cry out against this lie.

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Lee Duigon
Lee Duigon, a contributing editor with the Chalcedon Foundation, is a former newspaper reporter and editor, small businessman, teacher, and horror novelist. He has been married to his wife, Patricia, for 34 years. See his new fantasy/adventure novels, Bell Mountain and The Cellar Beneath the Cellar, available on www.amazon.com.

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