Sunday, November 22, 2009

Barack Obama – The pitiful result of political correctness

A venomous post about political correctness by Angry White Dude. So here's the thing, women are also saying bring back the 'typical strong, silent American man' [or South African man.]

Barack Obama, aka Hussein Hopenchange, is the result of decades of American political correctness. His actions show the disgusting consequences of what leftists have pushed on Americans to make us more “progressive.” All they have really done is remove character and backbone from American men. AWD’s [Angry White Dude's] mother always said, “You can’t go wrong doing what’s right.” Doing right is not always the easiest path to take. But it is still the right course.

Men like Barack Obama have no character. Lying comes easily to them. Obama denigrates the country that has given him…yes, GIVEN him…opportunities he would have never experienced anywhere else. He is a man who has been passed through, given a free pass because of political correctness and he is a protected class (black). He was a black man who could speak well so he skimmed through life without having to work. Other people wrote his books. He was admitted to prestigious schools. Obama was named Editor of the Harvard Law Review without ever having written an article, a first! He got his political start working with ACORN, a disgusting extortionist organization run by criminal blacks that protests banks to make high risk loans to non-qualifying blacks among other things. The banks would make the loans rather than risk the negative, PC exposure. In a non-PC world, the banks would have told ACORN to pound sand. Why would any bank make loans to people who do not qualify and cannot repay the loan? One reason….they didn’t want Obama, ACORN and the mainstream press to call them racists!

The experiences of being greatly rewarded for no work have turned Obama into the disaster he is…a self-centered, dishonest narcissist. He is willing to throw anyone or even his country under the bus to make himself look better. In ten months, Obama has apologized and disparaged America to the world’s collections of madmen and thugs. He recently said in China:

It’s very important for the United States not to assume that what is good for us is automatically good for somebody else. We have to have some modesty about our attitudes towards other countries. We think it’s important nevertheless to be true to our ideals and our values. When we do so, though, we will always do so with the humility and understanding that we are not perfect and that we still have much progress to make. If you talk to women in America, they will tell you that there are still men who have a lot of old-fashioned ideas about the role of women in society.

Really? Chauvinism? Not according to any of the hen-pecked men I know who can’t go for a walk around the block without asking permission from their controlling wives! Can you imagine a President like Reagan saying something as stupid as Obama’s words? Even Clinton and Bush didn’t pander to Chinese thugs as Obama did. Obama has continually tried to say, “I’m much better than my mean ol’ country!” He’s the first President to bow to world leaders. Why not talk to women in Saudi Arabia, Hussein? See if they would like the opportunity to drive, leave the house without a herd of male family members or come out from under those horrible black tents! Obama continually makes comments illustrating his hate for America and our values. Don’t dare call America chauvinist after you bow to the King of Saudi Arabia!

America is paying the price for ingesting the poison of political correctness for decades. We are more concerned about not hurting feelings than doing and saying what’s right. We now refuse to accept facts when they stare us in the face if the facts are not politically correct. Ft. Hood is a recent reminder where the mainstream media invented illnesses rather than call the Muslim shooter a terrorist. Our children…make that white children…are antagonized to never criticize or judge anyone of another culture or race lest they be racist. Being a racist is the worst thing you can be labeled in America. It will kill your career and keep you from advancement. The FBI and the doctors who kept their mouths shut about the time bomb Major Hasan illustrates this. Our children see our President telling countries run by thug leaders America is really just like them…we have so many problems of our own. We are told we are responsible for actions that took place two centuries ago. We are told we must embrace diversity…which has never worked anywhere in the world and never will. Our freedom of speech is limited by hate crime legislation…which is only used against white people. PC doctrine holds that other races cannot be racist. Doing what’s right has been transformed into doing what’s best for me, no matter who is affected.

Obama is the result of the disease of political correctness. A disease that doesn’t create men…but metrosexuals, wimps and liars. Men without character. The typical strong, silent American man has gone the way of the buffalo..and we’re much the worse for it.

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Anonymous said...

100% in agreement. But I sense the winds of change. Not fast enough but it's changing. The term racism to me lost its meaning a long time ago and so it has for many people. I understood its purpose was only to silence me. Just recently it was used by the Dems in the US to denigrate the tea party protesters when many in the crowd were black even!

It's effect is becoming less and less to cower white people. Understand this: being called a racist is a label to be worn with pride. It means "I am un-PC, I am not a coward about race issues and yes, I do recognise races and will defend my stance on all issues however PC you may think it is".

Like AWD says, you can’t go wrong doing what’s right. Once you've removed the impact of that leftwing racial epithet, what else can they use against you? Nothing. It's liberating when you cross that line.

AMB said...

Agree - bring back die manne!!

FishEagle said...

Dobes, do you remember a defining point when you crossed that line or was it something gradual? I think my defining point was about the time after I read my fourth post on this ILSA site. (OK, by then I'd already scanned through the horrific pictures of boer genocide on other sites, which made a big difference.)

FishEagle said...
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FishEagle said...

@AMB, great minds think alike :)