Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Racist Smear On Romney By The Soros Media: "You're Too White"

This has to be one of the most disgusting and misleading pieces of campaign filth I've seen in quite some time.

It's the product of a new Soros funded media group entitled 'The Message', composed of Razor & Tie co-founder Cliff Chenfeld, former Media Matters for America president Eric Burns, former AOL chief creative officer and co-founder of theknot.com Michael Wolfson, and former New York Times journalist Andrew Zipern.

The setting is a supposed 'briefing' Governor Romney prior to his speech to Democrat front group the NAACP.

They have an obnoxious actor who is introduced as the 'inventor' of the Willie Horton ads used in the 1988 Bush campaign( which, by the way, were factually correct) and the man who 'built the Swift Boats with his own two hands.'

He then has a roundtable of supposed Romney advisers mouth talking points about 'why blacks don't like Romney', which include attacking his religion and accusing him of latent racism, the usual garbage about how voter ID laws are a plot by Republicans to keep blacks and young people from voting and how voter fraud is a myth, and supposed 'racist' comments by Rush Limbaugh, Newt Gingrich, Michelle Malkin and Glenn Beck that Governor Romney is supposed to have 'condemned'.

It finishes up with the actor telling Governor Romney that he is 'so white, You're so white you make white bread look like pumpernickel' and bringing in a young black actor ( whose presence in the room all the 'white advisers' are shown being noticeably uncomfortable with) that they plan to pay to stand behind Governor Romney during his speech and act like he's a supporter.

Because of course, no black person could ever possibly approve of Governor Romney's message of economic empowerment, job creation, a strong foreign policy and reduced government.

In short, aside from being outright liars, the people who produced this ad are as racist and anti-black as they come, because they assume blacks are so stupid and self-destructive that they will lap this up unquestioningly at a time when black unemployment is at an all time high due to this president's policies.

This is not an official Obama campaign message, which gives this president plausible deniability. But there's absolutely no question in my mind that his campaign knows all about it and approved it.

Is President Obama going to disassociate himself from this and condemn it publicly? Don't hold your breath.


Roland said...

It bears repeating: No matter how pious you try and sound with your voter fraud argument, republicans always give the game away when they're among friends.

“Voter ID, which is gonna allow Governor Romney to win the state of Pennsylvania - done.”
-Pennsylvania House Republican leader Mike Turzai

I'm sure you'll find a way to attack me for bringing up such an inconvenient quote, but your complaint should be with Turzai for letting the mask slip and admitting what everyone knows. Thank god for useful idiots.

And you seriously write a post wondering why blacks won't support republicans. This is bordering on satire...

Rob said...

Actually Roland, the post was not about why blacks don't support Republicans but about a blatantly racist and inaccurate campaign ad and the inherent racism and bigotry of those that put it out.

I provided two in depth links about documented voter fraud, which you don't bother to dispute, because you can't. Not only that, but speaking of voter suppression, your comment doesn't mention the active campaign by Democrats to suppress votes by active duty military. Apparently, your concern about 'voter suppression' only leans in the direction of illegal aliens, dead people, and felons deprived of their voting rights..because allowing these 'votes' helps Democrats.

ANY voter fraud is poison to a democratic republic.

BTW, I have no problem agreeing with the quote you supplied attributed to Rep.Turzai. No hateration whatsoever. Without rampant voter fraud in Dem strongholds like Philly, they're actually going to have to play on a level playing field and compete based on their ideas. If you're a proponent of a democratic republic and the rule of law, you likewise should be applauding this.

Finally, I don't wonder at all why some blacks don't vote in what a lot of rational people would consider their own best interest and continue to labor on the Democrat plantation ( and the reasons why are pretty obvious).

That is certainly their choice and their affair, and they're quite welcome to it.

You can lead a horse to water..