Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) will block a Rice nomination for Secretary of State if Obama chooses to proceed: “I would place a hold on anybody who wanted to be promoted for any job who had a role in the Benghazi situation.
The battle against Rice has led to charges of sexism and racism. That’s why they’re putting a New Hampshire woman out front, to try to deflect those charges. Both McCain and “Butters” Graham are male, obviously, plus Butters is from South Carolina.
I wrote yesterday about the racism in George Will’s WaPo column. Peggy Noonan uses her last column in the WSJ before the election to bash the Prez — it’s called “How Far Obama Has Fallen” — and she get in her racist shot as well:
“It is one thing to think you’re Lebron. It’s another thing to keep missing the basket and losing games and still think you’re Lebron.”
If you’re writing about the President, why not compare him to another political leader? Why compare him to a black athlete in a sport dominated by blacks?
As we approach the finish line, the racism gets more overt. In his latest WashingtonPost column, George Will begins by calling President Obama, “Energetic in body but indolent in mind.”
You know, black people sure can run and jump, but they’re lazy and not all that smart.
He and Peggy Noonan in her WSJ column have been pushing this garbage about the President being in over his head, not up to the job. In their sick hatred of Obama, they’ve sunk to the pathetic and pathological level of Rush and Sean.
And if white people are such geniuses, how do they explain Bush 43? Given his obsession with working out and his well-documented lack of intellectual curiosity, we might describe the previous president as “Energetic in body but indolent in mind.”