Top 10 Racist African-Americans

Matthew Vadum is an award-winning investigative reporter and the author of the book, "Subversion Inc.: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts Are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers."


dsaSadly, racism is very much alive in America — among influential black Americans.

It was very much on display Saturday at the Lincoln Memorial where prominent black activists gathered a few days ahead of the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic “I have a dream” speech in order to advance their careers by pretending to care about the state of race relations in the nation today.

Instead of simply using the opportunity to honor the work of his father in a dignified way, King’s son, Martin Luther King III, cheapened it by attempting to stir up racial hatred. He said the Trayvon Martin killing last year, ruled by a jury to be a justifiable homicide in which race played no role, shows that America is a deeply racist country.

“The task is not done, the journey is not complete,” he said. “The vision preached by my father a half-century ago was that his four little children would no longer live in a nation where they would judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

“However, sadly, the tears of Trayvon Martin’s mother and father remind us that, far too frequently, the color of one’s skin remains a license to profile, to arrest and to even murder with no regard for the content of one’s character,” King said, throwing in a pitch to repeal “stand your ground” self-defense laws, which had no bearing on the Martin case.

King is not alone among black leaders in trying to leverage the Martin killing for political purposes and self-advancement. Pseudo-intellectuals like Georgetown’s Michael Eric Dyson said after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the killing of Trayvon Martin that it would be a good thing for more white children to be murdered so Americans could better understand racism.

These people have become rich and famous by vilifying white people and the American system, claiming blacks are persecuted and discriminated against, and asserting that there is an invisible conspiracy of white supremacists preventing black people from becoming successful. Not everything they do or say is actually racist in any meaningful sense, but they routinely say things that conservatives would be pilloried for had they said them about people of a different race.

The weekend celebration would have been worthwhile as a historical commemoration, but activists like King and Al Sharpton decided to ruin the event by turning it into a call to action. The leaders on the weekend were largely race industry profiteers and poverty pimps, not sincere celebrants marking a solemn occasion. They rallied against evils that no longer exist.

And they ignored the evils that do exist.

As Colin Flaherty, author of White Girl Bleed A Lot, has documented, black-on-white violence has become increasingly commonplace in recent years, despite the best efforts of the media, politicians, and left-wing activists to ignore it or deny its existence. America’s major urban centers, cities like Chicago and Philadelphia, have been plagued by black race riots in recent years. Few people know about these often deadly melees because they rarely get reported.

Just a few days ago, 88-year-old World War II veteran Delbert Belton was allegedly beaten to death by blacks in Spokane. Before that 23-year-old Australian college student Chris Lane was shot to death in Oklahoma allegedly by young black males out of boredom. Before that, blacks allegedly killed nurse David Santucci in Memphis.

Before that, blacks in Minnesota allegedly beat Ray Widstrand so brutally that he suffered permanent brain damage, and in Missouri a black mob allegedly hit a hot dog vendor in the head with a hammer. This weekend a black mob allegedly assaulted a police officer with a baseball bat, leaving him with a fractured skull. A few months ago two young black men in Georgia allegedly killed 13-month-old Antonio West in front of his mother during an attempted robbery.

No doubt some politicians and journalists deny the existence of all this racially motivated violence in a misguided effort to protect blacks who in the past suffered from racial discrimination and the ravages of slavery. They see reports of black violence as reinforcing negative stereotypes and setting back race relations.

But members of  today’s civil rights establishment don’t have that excuse available to them. They aren’t interested in solving or even acknowledging the problems of the black community because they profit so handsomely from them. They see turmoil in black neighborhoods as opportunities to promote change.

Speakers at the weekend rally seemed blissfully ignorant of the fact that America has come a long way since 1963 when Democratic President John F. Kennedy and congressional Democrats worked together to block civil rights legislation. Yet people like Congressman John Lewis (D-Ga.), who got so worked up during his speech Saturday it seemed he might hurt himself, continue to act as if the whole country is even now run by racist Democrats George Wallace and Bull Connor.

It is as if the civil rights revolution never happened and Jim Crow is still making the lives of black Americans miserable. The unspoken premise of all these self-serving rants is that America somehow owes blacks for past injustices even though most Americans today weren’t even alive in 1963.

Martin Luther King III isn’t even the worst offender among the race hustlers, most of whom skipped the event at the Lincoln Memorial.

Here is Frontpage’s Top 10 List:

1)     Al Sharpton.
Provocateur and make-believe civil rights leader.

A TV show host at MSNBC despite his inability to speak proper English or at times, to formulate coherent thoughts, Sharpton has largely managed to escape his past. Founder of the National Action Network, he helped to incite anti-Jewish riots in Crown Heights, New York in 1991. He uses the word “cracker” to refer to various white people, has ties to the criminal underworld, and participated in the infamous racially charged Tawana Brawley hoax and incited black anti-Semites against a Jewish business establishment in Harlem in 1995. He appeared on the late Morton Downey’s television program and publicly used an anti-gay slur, calling an audience member “a punk faggot!” He even tried to win the Democratic Party presidential nod in 2004.

His widespread acceptance as a legitimate spokesman for the black community by the rest of the media and the Obama administration has allowed Sharpton to supplant Jesse Jackson Sr. as America’s foremost retail race hustler. He was publicly embraced by Obama cabinet members, including Attorney General Eric Holder and HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan, at his group’s convention in Washington, D.C. last year.

Some liberal journalists are tiring of him, though. Last week Margaret Carlson lamented the declining quality of leadership in today’s so-called civil rights movement. “We’ve gone from Martin Luther King to the Reverend Al Sharpton, and as a leader, as he is trying to be this weekend, it’s very dispiriting.”

2) Barack Obama.
U.S. president who rarely fails to inject race into a political fight, no matter how inappropriate.

Barack Obama has long regarded America as a deeply flawed, profoundly racist country. He has attacked the Constitution as an outmoded, obsolete document written by white men. He has called opponents of affirmative action racists. In 1995, Obama made reference to a hypothetical “white executive living out in the suburbs, who doesn’t want to pay taxes to inner city children for them to go to school.”

He even famously threw his own white grandmother under the bus, suggesting she harbored racial animosity. “She is a typical white person who, uh, if she sees somebody on the street that she doesn’t know there’s a reaction that’s been been bred into our experiences that don’t go away and that sometimes come out in the wrong way and that’s just the nature of race in our society.” [emphasis added]

While at Harvard Law School Obama defended racist law professor Derrick Bell, the creator of critical race theory. Bell was notoriously anti-white and believed America has a hopelessly racist country. Obama described Bell as someone who spoke “the truth.” Obama later taught courses about America’s “Institutional Racism” at the University of Chicago Law School.

When a friend of his, a black Harvard professor, was arrested in Cambridge, Mass., without examining the facts Obama said the police “acted stupidly.” After Trayvon Martin was killed last year, Obama injected race into the matter by saying if he had a soon he’d look like Martin.

The above list is not exhaustive.

3) Michelle Obama.
First Lady who only stopped being ashamed of her country when it began to support her husband.

First Lady Michelle Obama has had greater difficulty concealing her hatred of America than her husband has had. She regards America as a racist, sexist, homophobic nation, declaring in 2008, after the American public began warming to her husband’s presidential campaign, “For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country…”

A beneficiary of affirmative action, Mrs. Obama was a member of the board of a radical, racist group called Third World Center while studying at Princeton. She was also admitted to Harvard Law School, given preference because of her skin color. In law school she embraced critical race theory, an intellectual movement whose adherent federal Judge Richard Posner has described as the “lunatic core” of “radical legal egalitarianism.”

4) Eric Holder.
U.S. attorney general, who hates conservatives and doesn’t believe in enforcing civil rights laws when white people are victims.

As attorney general, Eric Holder refused to prosecute the New Black Panther Party members who openly brandished weapons at a Philadelphia polling station in 2008 in order to intimidate white voters. He also refuses to enforce electoral integrity laws and fights voter ID laws because he alleges they discriminate against minorities. He supports affirmative action programs, which by definition, of course, are racist because they discriminate against white Americans.

Holder has called America “essentially a nation of cowards,” because most Americans don’t share his radical left-wing multiculturalists views on race. “[W]e, average Americans, simply do not talk enough with each other about race. It is an issue we have never been at ease with and, given our nation’s history, this is in some ways understandable…. [T]his nation has still not come to grips with its racial past …”

Holder calls conservatives “defenders of the status quo, afraid of the future, and content to allow to continue to exist all but the most blatant inequalities.” They “put the environment at risk for the sake of unproven economic theories, to play to the fears of our citizens, and not to their hopes, and to return the nation to a time that in fact never existed.” The hallmarks of the “conservative agenda” include “social division, mindless tax cutting, and a defense posture that does not really make us safer.”

5) Oprah Winfrey.
Billionaire media entrepreneur, beloved by her largely white following, but who can’t stop resenting white people.

A longtime Obama idolator, Oprah Winfrey was instrumental in the president’s rise. She invited Obama on her TV show to promote one of his books and promoted him relentlessly.

Despite all evidence to the contrary, Winfrey insists on blaming the killing of Trayvon Martin on racial animosity. “To me, it’s ridiculous to look at that case and not to think that race was involved,” she said.

She also likened the killing of Martin to the brutal 1955 murder of 14-year-old black Emmett Till. “In my mind, same thing,” she said. Till was kidnapped by two white men in Mississippi who beat him, gouged out one of his eyes, shot him in the head, and dumped his body into a river. His death helped to galvanize the early civil rights movement.

6) James Cone.
Founder of black liberation theology.

James Cone is the father of it all. We can only wonder how many people have been killed by followers of black liberation theology, which Cone invented. Cone was a Professor of Systematic Theology at the Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He regards America as an irredeemably racist nation.

“What we need is the divine love as expressed in Black Power, which is the power of Black people to destroy their oppressors here and now by any means at their disposal. Unless God is participating in this holy activity, we must reject his love,” Cone wrote.

A more sophisticated version of Louis Farrakhan, Cone blames whites for, well, everything bad. “This country was founded for whites and everything that has happened in it has emerged from the white perspective. What we need is the destruction of whiteness, which is the source of human misery in the world.”

Jeremiah Wright and other radical church leaders believe in black liberation theology, an Afrocentrist mix of Christianity, Marxism, and anti-white racial bigotry. Cone claims that “black values” –whatever those may be– are superior to American values.

7) Martin Luther King III.
One of the leaders of a civil rights movement that long ago outlived its usefulness.

As already described above, at the Saturday rally King described the killing of Trayvon Martin as racially motivated, even though that claim was ultimately rejected by police and the jury. Apparently following the advice of Rules for Radicals author Saul Alinsky, who taught that action itself is more important than having real issues to campaign on, King urged action. “This is not the time for nostalgic commemoration,” King added. “Nor is this the time for self-congratulation. The task is not done. The journey is not complete. We can and we must do more.”

Of course, King has been dining out on his father’s hard work for decades. He has frequently been criticized by his own allies for laziness. In 2001 the Southern Christian Leadership Conference suspended King as president out of concern he was neglecting his duties at the group founded by his father. He was a Fulton County, Ga., commissioner until his deadbeat ways became public knowledge, leading to his electoral defeat in 1993. He owed the federal government more than $200,000 in back taxes and fines.

8) Cornel West.
Best-selling author and superstar professor whose image manages to outshine his dreary intellectual mediocrity.

Cornel West, who describes himself as a “non-Marxist socialist,” was an adviser on President Obama’s 2008 campaign team. He wrote in his book Democracy Matters: Winning the Fight Against Imperialism, that the U.S. is under the control of racist, patriarchal, authoritarian fundamentalists. He supports black liberation theology, the same set of radical, anti-American beliefs preached by Obama’s longtime Jew-hating pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

9) Louis Farrakhan.
Leader of a hateful Islamic cult.

There are few groups in American society that Louis Farrakhan, who ought to be under constant FBI surveillance, does not hate. The legendary anti-Semite, who says the U.S. government has long been conspiring against blacks, developed a strong dislike for Malcolm X in the 1960s because he believed X was too moderate. Farrakhan refers to Caucasians as “white devils” and Jews as “bloodsuckers.”

In 1984 after a black Washington Post reporter named Milton Coleman publicly revealed that then-presidential candidate Jesse Jackson Sr. had referred to Jews as “Hymies” and to New York City as “Hymietown,” Farrakhan told Coleman: “One day soon we will punish you with death.” He regarded Coleman as a race traitor.

The problem isn’t so much that leftists explicitly embrace Farrakhan. Few do, perhaps because they view him as an embarrassing cartoon. It’s not often that you’ll see mainstream broadcasters give him air time. The problem is that leftists refuse to denounce Farrakhan and his poisonous ideas.

10) Alice Walker.
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and bleeding heart who adores cop killers and Fidel Castro.

When Barack Obama ran for president in 2008, Walker endorsed him. “He is the change America has been trying desperately and for centuries to hide, ignore, kill. The change America must have if we are to convince the rest of the world that we care about people other than our (white) selves.”

Walker is a supporter of convicted, unrepentant cop killer Mumia abu Jamal and compares Israel to Nazi Germany. Describing Israel’s treatment of Palestinians, she uses words and phrases such as “genocide,” “ethnic cleansing,” “crimes against humanity,” and “cruelty and diabolical torture.”

In 2002, Walker appeared in a documentary film about Fidel Castro. She was quoted saying “What’s not to like about the man? If Fidel could dance, he’d be perfect!”

Following the 9/11 attacks, Walker urged that “love” be used against the terrorist perpetrators. “In a war on Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden will either be left alive, while thousands of impoverished, frightened people are bombed into oblivion around him, or he will be killed in a bombing attack for which he seems quite prepared. But what would happen to his cool armor if he could be reminded of all the good, nonviolent things he has done? Further, what would happen to him if he could be brought to understand the preciousness of the lives he has destroyed? I firmly believe the only punishment that works is love.”

These 10 public figures for the most part do not suffer any consequences for their racism or their cynical use of race for political purposes.

If Martin Luther King were alive today, would he defend these 10 people and everything they do?

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  • rafiah77

    Strange you list Oprah Winfrey as racist yet there are Blacks who think she is whitewashed in her thinking. I am black I just don’t get that racist tag you placed on many these men and women. I just don’t

    • truuuth

      u r black. therefore your average IQ of 85 limits you to what u can and cannot understand

      • Womb Raider

        U, r, the lack of proper capitalization and punctuation seems to debunk what you said about I.Q’s. It would seem that one would use all proper English when attacking a whole race.

  • blasted out

    Shame on you.Anyone who mentions Eric Holder w/out noting his memo that caused Christian Adams to resign the DOJ i e NO BLACK ON WHITE CRIME WILL BE PROSECUTED, that writer is dirilect in his duty…………………….Along w”/civil rights legend “John Lewis,conspiring w/Pelosi to frame the Tea Party w/ calling Lewis a nigger & spitting on him ;these 2 stand as landmarks of the hypocrisy of the civil rights movement………….Then there’s Alex Haley’s outright lies & plagiarism ,where he boldly stated “I supply my people w/ myths to live by”along w/numerous unmentionables by Coretta & ML King and you see nothing but the same double standards ,that highlighted the O J Simpson trial..WE’VE BEEN SUCKERED BY A TROJAN HORSE …for socialism

  • Donovan

    You
    Got to be kidding me, this is an attack on anyone who has ever stood
    up for equal rights for not just blacks but for anyone who wanted to
    make a change for how the world treats people of color. Why don’t you
    do a full report on how the World allowed Slavery and made Billions off
    of Blacks skins then pretended like it never happen. 10 Black people
    that want equality for all people and now they are racist. Who ever you
    are Mr editor you are fueling the problem that is wrong with America,
    really take a look at the place we call America. We are behind enemy
    line in our own country, I pretty sure many black people and other
    nationality that are none white would agree that the 10 you speak of are
    not racist but were born in racism. 10 that recognize a problem in the
    united states society on how people are treated, wow! I wont even begin
    to point out real racism being black and growing up in a world where
    the first thing that people see is my skin color before they know me.
    live the life, walk in my shoes and really ask you self what majority
    are the real racist.

    • truuuth

      too funny. but u r young, and intensely naive. that will change in time.

      • Womb Raider

        Yes she will!!! There will come a time where she realizes that some whites will hate other whites for being a”race-traitor”. I wouldn’t be surprised if you were the first one to call her that.

    • Jeff Simon

      Boo hoo, baby. If you cannot succeed with the system stacked in your favor, you are just lame. I’m not interested in your feelings and whether you feel loved by white people or not. Is it your “right” to be loved by white people? Maybe it is not the color of your skin. Maybe it is the repulsivness of your attitude.

  • johnfsmith94

    LOL. Only Americans could come up with a rag like that.

  • SolDeus

    Obama was a double whammy of black support. He offered to give out more free stuff (something blacks en mass expect these days) and was black. Oh, and he is good at injecting racism into every possible issue with non blacks as the target. Of course, his handouts would not be possible without the forced financial support from the non black segments of society which are being productive and putting in effort instead of expecting handouts.

    If you are black and do not fall into this group, good, but you are the minority.

  • impossi-bl’e

    Funny,how whites know start to talk about racism.

  • Nicole Brooks

    If after slavery,if the slave masters just paid reporations and send the Africans back, we would not be having this discussion, its just sickening that whites sit and complain about “racist” blacks when in the Jim Crow era, cruety against blacks were legal. Talk bout chickens coming home to roost and karma is a bitch!

  • l.berty

    they left out a few but I’d put Steven A. Smith right up there tied w/ Oprah.

  • l.berty

    and to be perfectly honest racism is natural & goes back to Cro-Mag & Neanderthal.

  • Freeman1776

    Why is Je$$e Jack$on’$ name missing from this list???

  • Jenine Smith

    You really wrote a long post for this one. There’s no doubt about it that the black community is in shambles and the leaders fail to do a damn thing about it. I do agree with most of what you said about the black schools being violent. I’m only half black, but my mom wanted my sister and I to go to county schools because Baltimore City schools have had a bad rep for years even in areas that weren’t so bad. Every school I’ve been to was mixed. However, there weren’t that many Asians at the second middle school I went to from the end of 6th grade until 9th grade. But, I have had a couple classes where there were students (black and white) that were disruptive. I almost failed a math class because of it one year. But, I ended up passing with a C. Although I’m not an avid fan of public schools, I think the best type of school for any child is an integrated one. They may fair out better in a predominantly white school too.

  • Jenine Smith

    Home schooling is the best option. A black kid can get beat up by inner city hoodlums because they don’t have that same street mentality. I hope your daughter will go far in life.

  • truuuth

    best to avoid any interaction with blacks. crime stats bear out this sane course of action. remember, US blacks IQ is average 85, thats 15 points below the rest of the races. high T and that create violence prone conditions amongst the majority of blacks..male female, old , young. fellow whites, why keep your heads in the sand. google the crime stats. we are not equals. they dont want equality, just everything you own.

    • Womb Raider

      That’s soooo truuuuue, the inability to manipulate and deceive has evade Blacks for milliena.

  • Kepha Hor

    I lived as a white person in Taiwan for a good many years. I was subjected to racists attitudes by some, and befriended by others. As my Chinese language skills improved, I found myself accepted more and more. Any correlation?

    This taught me that there’s a multi-shaded continuum running from a healthy amour propre that is still open to “the other” to downright racism in all peoples.

  • Cross-Eyed-Mary

    WHAT DID YOU SAY? DO YOU EVEN KNOW THAT YOU MADE NO SENSE?

  • Mary Francine Gwin

    Exactly. I studied civil engineering, drafting, and surveying for 20 years before learning to be a mapmaker for Jefferson County, Alabama. I was one of 5 white women in an office with approx.120 black women. About 15 of us were mappers. One was considered qualified because she pushed the button on the big machine that made copies of maps for years. But she knew more than the one who sat next to me. She didn’t even know how many degrees were in a circle, or how to find the area of a square. But they both made big salaries with pensions and benefits, while sitting in a cubicle all day talking to friends and family on the phone. I was fired after the one who I really tried to teach something to got tired of me being trying to train her, and started making up outrageous lies about anything she could think of, and telling my, yes, two black supervisors who fired me. I was going to sue, but had a heart attack which kept me down for over a year. Then I couldn’t sue. Now I live on 1200 a month disabled instead of doing a great job and earning 1200 a week. That is the new America.

  • Mary Francine Gwin

    I have nothing against hard working Mexicans or Latinos of any nationality. America is here for those who want to work, pay taxes, and live well. I have nothing for a race that teaches it’s young to say “Where’s mine?” as their first words.

  • Mary Francine Gwin

    ILLUMINATI? ILLUMINATI????? ILLUMINUTTY!! I’M ACTUALLY A HIGHLY INTELLIGENT, GOOD LOOKING , SKINNY, CLEVER BAPTIST.

  • americahomeofthefreebies

    Why is “racist” the most overused word by blacks? Even the young ones play the race card! As illiterate as many black people are, they somehow know how to pronounce, say and even spell racism! If my taxes weren’t taken out of my check, I would not pay them as they support welfare. I would demand an apology from them and only give them basic staples BUT only if they apologized for white hatred by most if them as a race!

  • Joel

    I really don’t care what black people do. If I have to defend myself, I’m not going to call the police. I will just kill it and dig a hole. If the black community don’t like it so what. Just as a reminder, I have no obligation to follow the civil rights bill. This is true for everyone.

  • Joel

    One thing the Zimmerman case taught the white community. If you kill a black man, don’t call the police, just dig a hole.

    • Joel

      No no no, do it the way black people do it. Just leave him where you killed him.

  • Joel

    Bb

  • Stephanie PhDiva Miller

    I wish everybody would just STFU!! If you’re not part of the solution, then you are definitely the problem! Sheesh!

  • jon

    Great Article! Great List. Thank you. Agree 100%.

  • faceshaker

    Certainly would be more whole and more human to take the melanin factor out of the conversation and look at underlying factors–like the hangover many in minority communities still carry after, well, only 450 years of oppression, repression, separation from their homelands, etc, etc, etc.

    The sin of contempt. If it isn’t Blacks, it’s undocumented “illegals” (Native American refugees from a Mexican aristocracy that is all white and a long-standing haven for the Nazis (wear tan clothes, then use tan proxies maybe?), or it’s poor people, or the disabled, or those in need of federal assistance to even eat a decent meal, or now Liberals, or Progressives–all of the angry, irritable grasping driven by “the man behind the curtain”.

    Wonder who “the man behind the curtain” is, David Horowitz, secular Jew, and so-called “embracer of totalitarianism” as mentioned here and elsewhere…

    What of the “part that moves to the right and the part that moves to the left”?

    Seriously. I want to know about that little bit of street theater.

  • faceshaker

    Certainly would be more whole and more human to take the melanin factor out of the conversation and look at underlying factors–like the hangover many in minority communities still carry after, well, only 450 years of oppression, repression, separation from their homelands, etc, etc, etc.

    The sin of contempt. If it isn’t Blacks, it’s undocumented “illegals” (Native American refugees from a Mexican aristocracy that is all white and a long-standing haven for the Nazis (wear tan clothes, then use tan proxies maybe?), or it’s poor people, or the disabled, or those in need of federal assistance to even eat a decent meal, or now Liberals, or Progressives–all of the angry, irritable grasping driven by “the man behind the curtain”.

    Wonder who “the man behind the curtain” is, David Horowitz, secular Jew, and so-called “embracer of totalitarianism” as mentioned here and elsewhere…

    What of the “part that moves to the right and the part that moves to the left”?

    Seriously. I want to know about that little bit of street theater.

  • Brandon Roberts

    how the heck is martin luther king racist can’t really argue with obama and you forgot the mayor of n’awlins after hurricane katrina the guy that said there should be a chocolate n’awlins

  • Chatty Kathy

    I don’t agree with MLK being on they’re, you’re spot on about the rest of them.

    • David

      They are Referring to MLK’s son not MLK. (see MLK III, NOT MLK Jr.)

  • Daniel Audu Ochete

    Before you go on a meaningless rant, it would serve you to remember that these remarks and feelings toward the white community are a result of years of brutality, lynchings, killing, rape and innumerable evil treatments to people of color, cause and effect. Most racist of all are people like you who turn a blind eye to injustices prevailing in your society even today. I was mortified with the way you spoke of the brutal 1955 killing and its relationship to the civil rights movement, like the latter made it OK, well it isn’t ok. So bear with us we are well within our rights to hold a grudge.

  • Biff Sarin

    Eric Holder “The hallmarks of the “conservative agenda” include “social division, mindless tax cutting, and a defense posture that does not really make us safer.”

    Mindless tax cutting??? HMMM, as opposed to what? A $600 million busted healthcare website that a dozen computer science students could have built in a weekend??? I understand his disgust, we should all be perfectly happy paying this incredibly reasonable sum for a website. I should forget the fact that Zuckerberg could probably have built a much better website for $30 million in half the time…and that’s if he pocketed $20 million of it.

    Who thinks that it costs hundreds of millions of dollars to build ANY website?! You could rebuild Yahoo, from scratch, for less than that!!! Meanwhile, I should be perfectly happy to pay whatever amount of tax I am told, because the people in Washington can’t be bothered to actually spend it wisely.

  • New York Guy

    You are right in your basic assumption that there are racist blacks, but except for Sharpton and Farrakhan (and maybe Holder), you list is wrong. You simply chose people that the right wingers hate because they don’t kiss the butts of the multi-billionaires who really run this country. What about Isaiah Thomas who said that white Europeans should not be allowed in the NBA and Larry Byrd only got attention because he was white. What about Harold Edwards who compared baseball owners to the KKK. What about the previous mayor of New Orleans who said that it would always be a chocolate city. Or George Foster who was famous for his racial rants and claimed he was fired for being black (even though the man who replaced him was also black). People who call the Obamas racist are simply uncomfortable when they tell the truth. I knew Barry in college, and he was friends with blacks, Asians, Jews, Hispanics and race did not matter since we all got drunk together

  • Eric Stegner

    How are they African American?

  • Cryptic CIA Stooge

    You forgot Spike Lee.

  • Womb Raider

    This read was the biggest waste of time EVER!!!! I believe some people can not think for themselves and therefore recite rhetoric for their idols. Every ethnic group has racial tendencies, it was just the whites who chose to rear their ugliness more openly. Just think, if it wasn’t for the history of racism, it wouldn’t exist. This writer is just proving that some people will never change and hatred is TAUGHT.

  • Womb Raider

    Meanwhile in White America

  • Lord Clive

    Lord Clive of Olde England says…
    Who was it who sold the black Africans to their European slave masters?
    And who was it who freed the slaves?…nuff said!

  • Sarah Monroe

    Wasn’t Zimmerman Hispanic (I could be wrong?). He isn’t white.

  • Mark

    Thank u. Couldnt agree more. I never owned slaves or killed indians but these assholes cant move on out of the past!

  • trux

    This country needs a war, anyone who disagrees with the constitution needs to go away. Liberals, Conservatives, Libertarians, all of em. Anyone who cant follow the constitution by the spirit of its laws needs a lead salad. The leaders who have violated the constitution should be permanent hanging fixtures of the White House lawn.

  • DSJ

    This is the worst article I have ever seen in my life. So jammed with lies and hatred. This is the KKK at his best. Good job letting your true colors shine.