Friday, January 28, 2011

Jim Moran (D-VA): American Voters Are Racists

This astonishing story just in from fair and balanced Fox News:
Virginia Democratic Rep. Jim Moran is blaming his party's losses last November in large part on voters who "don't want to be governed by an African-American." 
Who knew? But wait...there's more:
"It happened ... for the same reason the Civil War happened in the United States," Moran said, "Southern states, particularly the slaveholding states, didn't want to see a president who was opposed to slavery.

"In this case a lot of people in this country, it's my belief, don't want to be governed by an African-American, particularly one who is inclusive, who is liberal, who wants to spend money on everyone and who wants to reach out to include everyone in our society..."
Yo, Jim. Did it ever occur to you that the majority of voters who oppose Obama do so because he's a socialist? No, of course not, because that's against the left-liberal party line narrative which dictates that everyone who opposes the President is, ipso facto, a racist. (And we won't even bother asking whose pockets will be picked to find the money Obama wants to spend "on everyone.")

I find this kind of casual smear on average, patriotic Americans particularly repulsive because Moran (D-VA) happens to be my representative, courtesy of the gerrymandered, incument-protecting Northern Virginia district I happen to live in--a problem shared by a lot of right-minded American across the country these days.

Making things even more disgusting is the fact that Moran can rarely help himself from making outrageous anti-Semitic statements seemingly at random, offending Jews of all stripes right here in his own district. (Check out this story to see what we mean.) Now that's racism to me, right?

One of the characteristics of Democrats these days is that they are comfortable smearing innocent American voters by blaming them (without fact or merit) for the kind of behaviors Democrats themselves routinely employ to destroy their opponents. Jim Moran is a case in point.

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