One can’t disagree with Barack Obama without being a racist. One can’t oppose Michael Bloomberg without being an anti-Semite.
According to Chris Matthews, one cannot raise an issue about White House spending during the worst economic times since the Depression unless your real complaint is “Barack Obama is a n*gger!”
Chris Matthews’ week of hateful speech concluded on March 23 with the liberal MSNBC host going after Tea Party favorite Rep. Michele Bachmann.
Speaking on Friday, Matthews disgustingly, albeit all too predictably asserted that Bachmann’s criticism of President Obama was motivated by racist beliefs
And, of course, objecting to Michael Bloomberg’s gun ban proposals and other nanny-state policies is really just another way of calling the man a k*ke, according to Al Sharpton.
Monday's "Morning Joe" on MSNBC opened up a brand new line of attack on American's trying to retain their 2nd amendment rights. We've already grown accustomed to being called "racist" for opposing the president on gun control, tax and spend, big government, Obamacare, you name it... but now we learn, thanks to the NBC News morning show, that Americans criticizing New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for his virulent opposition to individual gun ownership is rooted in, wait for it: Anti-Semitism!
Never mind that there are principled reasons for objecting to the high costs associated with maintaining the First Family in a style that effete European royalty and third world dictators are accustomed to as our country lurches from fiscal crisis to fiscal crisis – the default position of the left is that any criticism of Obama from the right is based upon a not-so-latent racism on the part of the critic. And never mind that there are legitimate reasons to object to gun control – objecting to Bloomberg’s efforts to impose gun control on the nation even though the Constitution says otherwise is really just another way of urging that Jews be sent back to the concentration camps. In other words, it is illegitimate for mere American citizens to criticize our betters who hold high public office, and is based upon hate.