On Meet the Press this weekend, David Gregory interviewed Newt Gingrich about his presidential run. One of the things he tried to pin on him was that he was racist because he said Obama has presided over an economy where 47% of Americans are on food stamps, and that the ultime run would be about paycheck vs. foodstamps. Then if that wasn't enough, E.J. Dionne in the panel discussion went one further - Newt said we need to follow the economic policies of Texas, not Detroit. We all know what a miserable failure Detroit has been, do we not? Well, apparently to E.J. Dionne, Detroit is code-word for "Motown," which OBVIOUSLY makes Newt even more racist.
Folks, this is just a preview of coming attractions. ALL those who oppose Obama's policies or positions are going to be called "raaaaacists" for it. Let's hope this outs those in the race-pimp industry for who they are - demagogues for Obama.
And if you really consider what both Gregory and Dionne said, they just outed THEMSELVES as racists. Really, David? "Food Stamps" automatically means "black people" to you? And E.J., "Detroit" automatically means "Motown" to you, which also somehow signifies "black people" to you? You guys are really dumber than you look. You should think about your words before they come out of your pie holes.
Tags: Newt Gingrich, Obama, 2012 Election, Racism, Detriot, E.J. Dionne, David Gregory, Meet the Press, Food Stamps, Motown
Location: Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States (load item map)
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