Thursday, April 29, 2010

Obama's Tears At A Funeral Raise A Question About Segregation

Above, we see a photo of President Obama weeping at the funeral of civil rights icon Dr. Dorothy Height, who just passed away at the age of 98.

The sentiment is attractive as it shows the president revealing his true, unscripted human feelings for a change.

But it is curious. Why would someone who is so obviously moved at Dr. Height's long fight against segregation directed at blacks be so enthusiastic about championing segregation for Jews in the Holy Land? Why would someone who claims to be so concerned about liberty and equality be so insistent on creating yet another part of the world where Jews are forbidden to set foot?

Like I said, curious. Although I have a feeling Jeremiah Wright would understand.

You can never know men's hearts for sure.But their actions? Those are an open book.

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louielouie said...

unscripted emotions...........
WTH are you talking about?
there is nothing unscripted about this.
or the moment.
i bet the photographer is a true believer, IYKWIMAITYD.
for starters this person is void of any emotion, so how can he show any.
i will give ff credit for drawing the distinction of deeper meaning that the photo portrays, betraying the current occupant of the white house's agenda.
myself, i just see the sneer that michelle is so well known for.
to answer your question though, it's simple.
he's racist.

B.Poster said...

I agree this is curious. All I can say is there seems to be a separate set of standards for Jews (and Americans) than there is for everyone else.

To give an example, this is a bit off topic but the immigration enforcement laws being considered by Arizona are nothing that other countries don't already do. They doe this with no complaints from anyone but when Americans attempt to secure their country and they are blasted as racists. Why should America any different from any other soverign country? Why should Jews be treated differently? I don't know. It's astonishing that the people doing this can't see the hypocrissy in what they are doing.

Soccer Dad said...

Rush said something similar.