Monday, September 21, 2009

Bill Clinton on Joe Wilson, Race, Jimmy Carter

"I believe that some of the right wing extremists which oppose President Obama are also racially prejudiced, and prefer not to have an African-American President," Clinton said, but did not say that all of the right wing share that view. "We should disaggregate lingering problems of discrimination from the attacks," he said.

“Most people that oppose Obama on health care would oppose a President who’s white on health care..”

Well well, a broken clock is right two times a day.

Isn’t it funny though that Bill Clinton has conveniently forgotten how Barack Hussein Obama called him a racist during the primaries?

Here’s a question to ponder: If those of us who oppose Obama’s policies are inherently racist, then exactly what does that make the 97% of blacks that voted for Obama over McCain, the old white guy that ran against him?

That’s not racism at all now is it?

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