As regular visitors know, on Tuesday, May 29, 2012, Michelle “I’m Just a Mom with a Garden and Thousand Dollar Boots” Obama launched her latest propaganda tool, her new book American Grown (Groan). To advance her ostensible, and peripheral goal, of promoting the book, she made the rounds on virtually every screen on the planet. “Good Morning America,” “The View,” “The Daily Show.” Tomorrow, it’s Rachel Ray. I wouldn’t be surprised if she turned up here as my screensaver.
In Part 2 of our series, unpacking Moochelle’s appearance on the thoroughly moronic “The View,” we hear Barbara and Michelle talk about the “ugliness” of the upcoming campaign, in which racism will no doubt be involved.
I think that Ms. Walters has swerved into something significant. Yes, race will definitely be an issue in this election, if the Obama campaign has anything to do with it. As they did in 2008, they hope to use Barack Obama’s race as shield against any criticism of his record, his policies or his background. Consider this video from major race baiter Al Sharpton, in which he suggests that raising any questions about Barack Obama’s national origin is “racist.”
Is it just me, or is it very telling that when Mooch is asked about the issue of race, she immediately raises the question of “fairness?” So, in other words, evil racist Amerika cannot have its sins washed away until reparations in the form of income redistribution from those with white-skin privilege to their victims are paid. Of course, while Barack and Michelle pay lip service to their concern for poor children and their educational opportunities, they oppose school choice, the very thing that would give these children the chance to attend the sort of schools that the Obamas chose for their daughters. Shockingly, not only did Joy Behar not mention this obvious hypocrisy, neither did faux “conservative”/bleach blonde blowup doll Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
Nor did any of these brilliant analysts challenge Mooch’s risible assertion that her “Let’s Move” initiative has nothing to do with politics, which is why the SEIU is all over it.