Obama: Racism 'Deeply Rooted' In US

President Obama always thought this of America; now he feels free to go full Bulworth since he never has to run again for office.

Addressing protests over minorities killed by police officers, President Obama said racism is "deeply rooted" in the U.S. and that activists should keep pressing steadily in their demands for reform.

"This is something that is deeply rooted in our society, it's deeply rooted in our history," Mr. Obama said in an interview with BET, a portion of which was released Sunday. "When you're dealing with something as deeply rooted as racism or bias ... you've got to have vigilance but you have to recognize that it's going to take some time, and you just have to be steady so you don't give up when we don't get all the way there."

How many ways can he insult Americans?

Here are other examples.

How about appointing the race-hustler Al Sharpton as his go to guy on issues of race in America?

Now we know why he stayed and listened to Pastor Jeremiah Wright and his anti-white racist and anti-American sermons; why he considered Wright his “moral compass”; why he drops phrases such as “typical white person” in his unscripted remarks. Why he has jimmied the idea of disparate impact into his agenda in order to disproportionally benefit African-Americans; why the Affordable Care Act was deliberately designed to do the same.

He has nothing but contempt for so many Americans. Now we know one reason he chose Eric Holder for Attorney General (America is a “nation of cowards” on race; “the question is not when it (affirmative action) ends but when does it begin[.]…When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?” (italics added)?”). See this.

Rub raw the wounds of grievance, in Saul Alinsky’s words, was Obama’s strategy all along. A poisonous legacy.

I guess that rhetoric about there being no red America, no blue America,” no “white America, no black America” was just boob bait for the bubbas, in Patrick Moynihan’s immortal words.

He and his minions have worsened race relations in America. Mission accomplished.

President Obama always thought this of America; now he feels free to go full Bulworth since he never has to run again for office.

Addressing protests over minorities killed by police officers, President Obama said racism is "deeply rooted" in the U.S. and that activists should keep pressing steadily in their demands for reform.

"This is something that is deeply rooted in our society, it's deeply rooted in our history," Mr. Obama said in an interview with BET, a portion of which was released Sunday. "When you're dealing with something as deeply rooted as racism or bias ... you've got to have vigilance but you have to recognize that it's going to take some time, and you just have to be steady so you don't give up when we don't get all the way there."

How many ways can he insult Americans?

Here are other examples.

How about appointing the race-hustler Al Sharpton as his go to guy on issues of race in America?

Now we know why he stayed and listened to Pastor Jeremiah Wright and his anti-white racist and anti-American sermons; why he considered Wright his “moral compass”; why he drops phrases such as “typical white person” in his unscripted remarks. Why he has jimmied the idea of disparate impact into his agenda in order to disproportionally benefit African-Americans; why the Affordable Care Act was deliberately designed to do the same.

He has nothing but contempt for so many Americans. Now we know one reason he chose Eric Holder for Attorney General (America is a “nation of cowards” on race; “the question is not when it (affirmative action) ends but when does it begin[.]…When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?” (italics added)?”). See this.

Rub raw the wounds of grievance, in Saul Alinsky’s words, was Obama’s strategy all along. A poisonous legacy.

I guess that rhetoric about there being no red America, no blue America,” no “white America, no black America” was just boob bait for the bubbas, in Patrick Moynihan’s immortal words.

He and his minions have worsened race relations in America. Mission accomplished.