Saturday, March 05, 2011

Obama agrees Tea Party has racist "subterranean agenda"

As reported by USNews.com, Obama stated to guests at a private White House function that; "Many middle-class and working-class whites felt aggrieved and resentful that the federal government was helping other groups, including bankers, automakers, irresponsible people who had defaulted on their mortgages, and the poor, but wasn't helping them nearly enough."US News went on to report that; A guest suggested that when Tea Party activists said they wanted to "take back" their country, their real motivation was to stir up anger and anxiety at having a black president, and Obama didn't dispute the idea. He agreed that there was a "subterranean agenda" in the anti-Obama movement—a racially biased one—that was unfortunate. But he sadly conceded that there was little he could do about it.Continue reading...

2 Comments:

Blogger scotju said...

Hey VSC, I'm mad that the federal government is helping any group! The gov't doesn't belong in the charity business, the church and other private organizations should be doing this kind of work. They are more cost efficent, and don't waste the money that the government bureaucrats do. If Bamy thinks we want the federal governments help, he's living in a dream world. And most of these these groups that got help were the people who helped cause the mess in the first place! Let them sink or swim to prove their worthiness in the marketplace, As for the "poor", many of them are innner-generational welfare loafers. Withdrawing them from the dole would be the first step in breaking the cycle of poverty. A growling stomach does wonders to inspire a work ethic. Lets try it, okay!

9:51 AM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

But he sadly conceded that there was little he could do about it.

D*mned right he can do little about it . . . as his a$$ is kicked out the front door of the White House after the next Presidential election.

11:05 AM  

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