Hillary Clinton Will be America’s Third Black President

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.


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Good news. If you oppose Bill Clinton, you’re a racist. Probably Hillary too. Just because Obama will step down, doesn’t mean the race card will. All it takes is declaring that Bill Clinton was black.

First Bill Clinton was America’s first black president. Then he was a shameless racist. Now he’s black again.

Let America’s greatest organic public intellectual Te-Nehsi Coates explain Hillary’s black presidency.

Even Bill Clinton did not exist in a bubble of neutralized racism. He was a product of American politics in the post-civil-rights era, and thus had to cope with all the requisite forces. Racism does not merely concern itself with individual enmity, but with group interests. The men who killed Andrew Goodman did not merely hate him individually, they hated what he represented. By the time Bill Clinton came to prominence, his party was closely associated with black interests. This was problem. And Clinton knew it.

I’ve written about this in the past.

Racism, to the left, exists systemically. It exists institutionally. It exists collectively, but not individually. All white people are racist. All black people are victims of racism. Any events to the contrary are exceptions to the rule. Racism can only exist one way between the majority and the minority.

That’s the argument Coates is making. Bill Clinton might be racially white, but he was part of a minority collective. Ben Carson may be racially black, but he’s part of a white collective.

This is a consequence of the leftist hijacking of black identity.

Liberalism has not only become identified with racial politics, it has swallowed racial politics so completely that they no longer exist on a national level. National racial politics is just liberalism misspelled … Racism in politics has become so abstract that it no longer has anything to do with black people…

The left played the black community, bribed their leaders, tossed a few trinkets to the masses and then plundered their heritage and history. The economic potential of the black community was destroyed to leave them with few options but to serve as the cannon fodder of big government. Black history and politics have been so thoroughly hijacked…

This is how leftists see things.

So now, after dubbing Bill Clinton a racist, he gets to be black all over again.

Racism—and sexism and homophobia—are about organizing power, not merely disliking the cut of one’s jib. And if Hillary Clinton becomes president, she will have to cope with being perceived as a woman representing the interests of black people and women of all ethnicities. Sexism will never be off the stage. Nor will racism.

If you thought this crap was going to stop… no sale. Hillary would be America’s third black president. Opposing her in anything will be…

1. Racist

2. Sexist

3. Homophobic

4. Transphobic

5. Claustrophobic

6. Islamophobic

7. Ophidiophobic

Hillary Clinton will embody the entire rainbow coalition she represents, black, white, gay, Muslim, everything.

Let the healing begin.

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  • 4arepublic

    Hillary pandering to the base.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQYdg3LYqJE

  • Ban Liberals

    Your post is RAAAAAAAAAACIST!

  • Habbgun

    Fear of Hilary stealing the country blind. Kleptophobia. Underneath kleptophobia is of course racism. You don’t care when racists white steal.

    • tagalog

      Yes, I admit, I am a kleptophobe. I dislike stealing, and fear its effect on any civilization if not strictly punished.

  • antioli

    But is Obama really Black or like Zimmerman is he really white but just looks Black. Clinton looked White but was really Black.
    The power of the media to change the race of people with out changing their appearance is amazing.
    There should be another bogus Noble prize for the media.

  • bob e

    dan .. i am constantly amazed at your literary output .. it’s just astounding ..

    • Daniel Greenfield

      thanks

      • JohnPalestine

        The American leftists are not the only ones who resort to racism and prejudice to attack those not as obtuse as them.

        In Quebec,Canada, First language English speakers ( “Anglophones” ) who do not support Quebecois nationalism ( French speakers or Francophobes ) and Quebecois Separation ( the Quebecois media supported by the cowards in the English Media refer to it as ” sovereignty “), are called ” Francophobes ” or ” Angryphones”.

        The juvenile leftists are are excellent when it comes to labelling people bad names. Once called a bad name, one must then devote time and energy to defend oneself against something that one is not nor ever intended to be. Often one never is able to regain one’s position.

        All of this obfuscation all took root in France centuries ago and Americans should know about the events in Quebec and the
        “Affaire Dreyfus” in France.

        Except for an American Terry Gowdy, I beleive that the Americans wish to talk about Ben Gazzara than Benghazi. Sad that Americans are so afraid of Islam and patriotism.
        What is the future of your nation?

        • American Patriot

          A similar thing regarding language happens in Puerto Rico, which is a US territory. In Puerto Rico, first language English speakers (the Anglophones) who do not support the politics of the pro-territory status Popular Democratic Party nor the far-left nationalist politics of the Puerto Rico Independence Party are called “vendepatrias” (meaning sellouts), “race-traitors”, “useful idiots for the ‘gringo’” and other awful names. Statehood supporters in the New Progressive Party have to deal with the nasty name calling.

  • Steve Fair

    Start the crossburning Greenfield. A vote for Hillary is now a vote for more blacks. What’s happening to the white man’s country???? I never thought I would see the day when Jews were spewing white supremacist bullsquat. We’ve come a long way baby!!!!

    • Daniel Greenfield

      ” A vote for Hillary is now a vote for more blacks”

      Actually it’s a vote for less blacks through more abortions.

    • liz

      You obviously didn’t read the article, or if you did, you entirely missed the point. It’s about the LEFTIST HIJACKING of black identity, not blacks themselves.
      You appear to be a prime example of this phenomenon, since no matter what anyone says, if they’re conservative, you interpret it as racism.

      • Steve Fair

        I’m black and I fail to see how the left has hijacked my identity.. The problem with you righties is that you never to BLACK PEOPLE only about us. In your own distorted, inaccurate terms.

        • liz

          The fact that you are a leftist might give you a clue to start with. The fact that you presume that all “righties” never talk to black people is another.
          But I don’t have to talk to one to know the facts that 95 or so% of them vote Democrat, that the cities run by Democrats have become abject failures due to the rampant corruption in their governance, and the same applies to the entire country now that we have leftists running it.
          Why do you fail to see that?

          • Steve Fair

            Oh that’s such a smokin pile of bullsquat. The older manufacturing cities went to through a difficult period because of the lost of the jobs base that made them great in the first place. But NYC, Washington, DC, Atlanta and Philadelphia are showing great signs of revitalization under Democrats. Oh yeah, why are the red states the poorest and receive the most government handouts? http://www.businessinsider.com/red-states-are-welfare-queens-2011-8

          • liz

            I looked up your article and right at the top of the list is New Mexico, which they claim is Republican dominated- that’s a lie right off the bat! I happen to live in that state so I know. In spite of the present anomaly of having a Republican governor, it is an overwhelmingly Democrat dominated state. So much for that argument.

          • Steve Fair
          • objectivefactsmatter

            Steve,

            Why don’t you take some time and look at the history of leftist politics in the West and around the world. At least then you’d understand where the accusations come from.

            This guy is an excellent writer, and two of his books were made in to PBS documentary series. He’s no conservative. But he is reasonably objective and lays out the history with enough detail that we can at least have useful conversations once you’re familiar.

            The Commanding Heights : The Battle for the World Economy

            http://www.amazon.com/The-Commanding-Heights-Battle-Economy/dp/068483569X

            http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/commandingheights/

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9ms2WOZi74

            The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money & Power
            by Daniel Yergin (Author), Joseph Stanislaw

            http://www.amazon.com/Prize-Epic-Quest-Money-Power/dp/1439110123/ref=la_B000APBBPI_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1400120064&sr=1-1

            http://www.pbs.org/wnet/extremeoil/about/filmmakers.html

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qspu35JG59Q

            I gave you links to the books and to youtube streams for each series. You can also find torrents for the entire series.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            There is also an older series featuring “conservative devils” Milton Friedman and Thomas Sowell, but that one is a lot harder to sit through if you don’t haven an interest in economics. And I think the first two make much better primers. Then if you want to continue to the advanced arguments you can listen to the Friedman hosted series that includes short debates at the end of each segment.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “But NYC, Washington, DC, Atlanta and Philadelphia are showing great signs of revitalization under Democrats.”

            Ponzi schemes are designed specifically to show early “success.” In political Ponzi schemes, what you do is have them front loaded so much that another generation has to clean up the mess and they can always blame the “blood sucking conservative” and “one percenters” for destroying their own businesses. At that point you can argue for another round of Ponzi schemes and these days voters are so stupid it will probably work some of the time. By “work” I mean that you’ll be able to float another Ponzi scheme that will some day be blamed on the opposition when it blows up.

            The more I try to explain to you, the less I feel you’re capable of learning anything useful.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “The older manufacturing cities went to through a difficult period because of the lost of the jobs base that made them great in the first place.”

            Why did Japan compete so successfully against American factories? Why are German companies competitive when we’re usually only competitive when we have leading technology to sell (as opposed to leading technology invested in manufacturing)?

            In some ways they have “superior” culture. That doesn’t make them a superior race.

            There are no superior races. There are superior ideas. Cultures are containers of ideas.

          • Steve Fair

            Why are Japan’s and Germany’s economies in the tank today?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            They both depend on exports and I never claimed they were perfect. But what you notice is that they both have advanced manufacturing capability and pay their workers fairly high wages. They don’t have constant communist agitators because they don’t have parasitic unions like we do that seem to be run by communists.

            Germany also has a problem with a growing welfare state. Japan has some similar issues.

            My point is that our unions are generally parasitic and operate on a “zero sum” theory of negotiations. On occasion unions have come up with value added proposals but it’s extremely rare. They seem to be totally unaware when they kill their host.

        • objectivefactsmatter

          “I’m black and I fail to see how the left has hijacked my identity.”

          Exactly the problem. If you were aware, you’d admire “blacks” that explain how the left does this. Instead you refer to them as “Uncle Toms.”

    • objectivefactsmatter

      It’s more CRT craziness, you neo-Marxist nutbag. And you neatly integrated some Alinsky tactics in to your message to imply that we’re the source of “RAY-CISM.”

      If you don’t even realize where these ideas some from, that makes you a nonthinking political drone.

      • Steve Fair

        Correct me if I’m wrong but doesn’t the title of this piece make reference to race????

        • objectivefactsmatter

          It does refer to racial theories. The article is critical of absurd racial theories.

          • Steve Fair

            You mean Greenfield’s nonsense about the “left” which is full of white people, claiming that all white people are racist????? The problem with the right is that they ridiculously believe that they represent white people when they only represent racists.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “You mean Greenfield’s nonsense about the “left” which is full of white people, claiming that all white people are racist?????”

            No. The article is alluding to the inconsistent use of racial theories in politics. What it ultimately boils down to is the tyranny of Marxism.

            Essentially “blacks” are used as a visible “victim class” and as analogous to the “victims” of “capitalism.” Therefore if you fight for socialism, you are “anti-racist.” If you fight for “social justice” you’re (virtually) “black.”

            It’s only about skin color if that is what motivates your faith in the left. It’s not really about skin color. You’re a dupe.

            “Racism” to a lot of blacks is the reason why they can’t “succeed” under the “systemic oppression” as they would in Utopia. Racism to the left is code for anything standing in the way of their socialist Utopia. Because free market capitalism and liberty beyond their liking is “racism.”

            Therefore anyone can be “black” if he or she is visibly taking on capitalism or the establishment in a free society.

            In case you accuse me of making all of this up, who do you think claimed that Clinton was “the first black president”?

          • Steve Fair

            That is absolutely retarded. If anything it is the right who perpetually portray blacks as whiners begging for handouts or criminals destabilizing society. Liberals recognize that people of color want nothing more than a fair shot to work and succeed. You righties are amazing. You recoil at being called racists yet all you spew is racism.

          • American Patriot

            So-called “liberals” are not liberal. They are leftists, fool. What connection do they have with real liberals (classical liberals, who modern conservatives are) like John Locke and Adam Smith? In fact, modern conservatives are the real liberals, since they believe in classical liberalism. Anyway, it is the radical left that promotes hatred of conservative minorities, as well as white people. You, sir, are not a liberal. You are a modern-day New Left radical, just like the majority of the contemporary Democratic Party.

          • Steve Fair

            When are you going to stop this nonsense? Black conservatives are SELLOUTS. I challenge you to name one who expresses anything but contempt and enmity for their own people. And then AMAZINGLY, cry victim when black people push back. You love black conservatives because they endorse your racism. For their own self-promotion.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            Wow. You just don’t get it.

            Are you a collectivist or do you get confused by the discourse?

            I suggest you show some of these “black conservatives” that are “sellouts” by showing the evidence for their alleged “contempt and enmity for their own people.”

          • Steve Fair

            Herman Cain: “Blacks are brainwashed”

            Allen West: ““I must confess, when I see anyone with an Obama 2012 bumper sticker, I recognize them as a threat to the gene pool.”

            Walter Williams: “Jared Taylor (an avowed white supremacist) is a brave, courageous individual.

            Star Parker: “Blacks have a welfare mentality”.

            Ben Carson: “Obamacare is the worst thing since slavery”.

            Ward Connerly: (to his fellow blacks) “Stop your whining, get of your butts and take advantage of the opportunities America offers.”

            I won’t even get into the vile utterances of porch minstrels like Thomas Sowell, Larry Elder, and Mychal Massie.

            Checkmate.

          • American Patriot

            Don’t be stupid. Most of those quotes aren’t true and as for those that are true, you are misinterpreting them. Did you know that Tim Wise once said that he is ashamed of his own skin color, as well as other people who have the same skin tone as his?

          • Steve Fair

            You reflexively reject facts. Okay, given that you said that “some” of the quotes are true, tell me how I am “mispinterpreting” them.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            They’re talking about culture, not genetics. West is being sarcastic about leftists, not “blacks.”

          • American Patriot

            Why don’t you denounce Tim Wise for performing for black racist hate groups like the Nation of Islam and the New Black Panther Party?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “Checkmate.”

            You’re hilarious. They’re talking about “black” victim culture.

            “Allen West: ““I must confess, when I see anyone with an Obama 2012 bumper sticker, I recognize them as a threat to the gene pool.””

            West is talking about stupid people. You conflate stupidity with “the black race?” You must be a racist.

            “I won’t even get into the vile utterances of porch minstrels like Thomas Sowell, Larry Elder, and Mychal Massie.”

            You can’t. All you have are stupid pithy remarks that work only in the emotion-driven leftist echo chambers.

            I guess you’re one of the people West was talking about.

          • Steve Fair

            The black “victim” culture???? You righties whine incessantly that the “liberal media and the government” demonizes and subverts Western culture and white America. You really don’t get it, do you?

            “West is talking about stupid people. You conflate stupidity with “the black race?”

            So you admit that Obama has significant white support, right? So how can you claim that his administration has been “anti-white”?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “The black “victim” culture???? You righties whine incessantly that the “liberal media and the government” demonizes and subverts Western culture and white America. You really don’t get it, do you?”

            I just gave you a fairly clear summary of where the tensions and controversies lie and what their origins are. Why don’t you try to refute what I said rather than simply stating that I don’t “get it.” From where I’m sitting, it certainly looks like you’re the one stuck with that problem.

            I’d also like to hear you quote some thought leaders in among the conservatives that claim that “white America” is a legitimate paradigm for discussions. You inject racism and then blame us when it’s you reading between the lines.

            You’re a classic dupe of neo-Marxism. I wish you’d calm down and at least respond to the explanations I’m offering. You have a lot more to gain than I do.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “So you admit that Obama has significant white support, right?”

            Of course he does! How on Earth did you ever understand otherwise?

            “So how can you claim that his administration has been “anti-white”?”

            I don’t think he’s anti-white. He’s an anti-establishment, anti-colonial, neo-Marxist radical with an affinity towards Islam and other alleged “victims” of colonialism. But he has a particular blind spot for jihadis.

          • Steve Fair

            Who is the “establishment” in your opinion? Obama has been the best friend Wall Street has had in a while.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “Who is the “establishment” in your opinion? Obama has been the best friend Wall Street has had in a while.”

            The establishment are those that want to keep our laws and customs the same. He coopts some and attacks others. That’s how radicals (and others) work.

            And let me be clear that it’s not like “the establishment” is pure “good.” But the establishment is not pure evil either. Rather than reboot all of society, it’s better to analyze the problems as they truly exist and then push for reforms once we have consensus on specific improvements.

            Is he a friend of Wall Street elites? Sure. Some of them the elites profit from volatility. But political interventions hurt the common investors. A lot of Wall Street elites make money on transactions, not playing a role in creating wealth. Those guys (transaction-based earners) love radicals. But others that profit from finding and nurturing productive companies hate radicals. It is the latter group that actually plays a vital role in creating wealth. And that increases the standards for life that we all hope to see go up.

          • American Patriot

            You love white leftists like Tim Wise because they endorse your racism for their own self-promotion. Black conservatives aren’t sellouts. They are patriots. White leftists like Tim Wise are sellouts and support left-wing racism, bigotry, intolerance and totalitarianism.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “If anything it is the right who perpetually portray blacks as whiners begging for handouts or criminals destabilizing society.”

            Again, you’re misunderstanding. I explained how it works and you simply ignore my explanation.

            Sure, some people are not careful about using politically correct language. But for the most part “the right” are pointing out people that identify blacks as “victims” of “racism” and putting them on “benefits” that keep them isolated and victimized by the welfare system and Marxist rhetoric, not by mean white supremacists.

            “Liberals recognize that people of color want nothing more than a fair shot to work and succeed.”

            And true liberals want to reform welfare. Leftists and the DP want to keep growing it so that eventually it will be “obvious” that the only way to achieve “true social justice” will be to abolish private property rights.

            “You righties are amazing. You recoil at being called racists yet all you spew is racism.”

            Steve, I patiently explained to you that it’s not even fundamentally about race. You robotically refer back to racism, implying that I too am a racist. How can you account for your inability to have a conversation without trying to paint your opposition as racist? Please point out anything that I’ve said that is “racist” and then maybe we’ll figure out your definition for the term.

          • Steve Fair

            This is absolute insanity. You keep associating black people, exclusively and totally, as dependent on special favors and welfare. Yet you don’t think you’re a racist. Do you even except that the overwhelming majority of black Americans are employed, productive, law abiding people? Please answer the question.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “This is absolute insanity. You keep associating black people, exclusively and totally, as dependent on special favors and welfare.”

            No, I don’t. What happens is that people want to talk about “blacks” and then when I explain things to you, you accuse ME of targeting them. I’m simply explaining how it works. I explicitly stated that it has almost nothing to do with race except that people organize themselves around political identities. That makes it confusing for some people like you.

            “Yet you don’t think you’re a racist. Do you even except that the overwhelming majority of black Americans are employed, productive, law abiding people?”

            Of course they are! I’m not the one that chose to focus on “blacks as victims.” But those blacks that are “victims” are victims of a culture created by neo-Marxists. And there are plenty of other “victims” of the same brand of politics.

            In my view it has absolutely nothing to do with genetics, and only has to do with “skin tone” to the extent that people organize their lives around their political identities. And that is the dominant view of conservatives. It’s just apparently very easy to get people like you and many other dupes to hear “RAY-CISM” when people talk about race-based political identities as distorted by the class warriors.

          • Steve Fair

            You just alluded to a “black victim culture”. Now you’re saying that you don’t just mean “blacks”???? You’re moonwalking faster than Michael Jackson in his prime.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “You just alluded to a “black victim culture”. Now you’re saying that you don’t just mean “blacks”???? You’re moonwalking faster than Michael Jackson in his prime.”

            You just have a vivid imagination that you can’t ever seem to catch up with.

            It is the left that creates victim groups in any way that they can. You want to talk about black victim culture? Fine. That’s interesting. But it’s not their only target. It’s just a ripe one because skin tone is highly visible in photographs using imagery is very important to demagogic propagandists.

            They try to make victims out of everyone. Blacks seem to be the easiest targets because of certain highly publicized events in history. IOW, we’re a constitutional republic and we try to honestly work out our problems in the public sphere. We haven’t spent a lot of time comparing how other sovereigns have done with the same issues.

            So unfortunately a lot of people don’t get to the point of working out that we’re bad because we’re human but we’re good because we have a legal framework for exposing our badness to the public.

            If you could just study history of Western civilization as a human rather than as a member of a group of victims, you’d understand a lot better that in reality you’re very fortunate, as all American citizens are.

          • Steve Fair

            You’re dancing all over the place. A “culture” alludes to something endemic within a particular group. Please explain the “black victim culture” that affects all black people. Including the majority of us who have worked, struggled and strived all of our lives.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “Please explain the “black victim culture” that affects all black people. ”

            It doesn’t effect all black people. That’s why we have black conservatives. Because it’s just culture.

            “Including the majority of us who have worked, struggled and strived all of our lives.”

            Culture and the effects of ideas don’t have discrete borders. Culture transcends groups in transparent ways. Ideas can be viral, even when they’re false.

            So I suppose that you’d have to spend a lot of time parsing those ideas and interviewing people if you want a detailed analysis. But the point is that we’re not attacking people. We’re attacking ideas and making general observations about the people that are effected by those ideas.

            And there is a difference for example between a parasite that exploits welfare, and a hardworking citizen that just feels oppressed because of acceptance of some of these viral ideas.

            You really need to take more time talking to people about what their own ideas are rather than letting radicals spoon feed dogma to you about how “hateful” any opposition is.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “You just alluded to a “black victim culture”. Now you’re saying that you don’t just mean “blacks”???? You’re moonwalking faster than Michael Jackson in his prime.”

            The “black victim culture” has been groomed for many decades by the Soviets and other radicals.

            The “Asian victim culture” is not that noticeable because they often have their own cultural values that lead them away from race-based responses. I suppose those that remain unhappy about “capitalism” simply identify as victims of capitalism rather than victims of whites.

            The “GLAD+Trans and whatever victim culture” is relatively new although they’ve been courted for a long time by the radicals.

            The “Hispanic victim culture” has been nurtured for a while and is growing, but they don’t have the powerful images that come from focused narratives of blacks enslaved by whites.

            The “female victim culture” is smaller because although they’ve been nurtured the longest, they also recognize at some level that women really are “different” than men and a lot of the “gender apartheid” is either valid or at least has valid origins.

            Did I forget any major groups? If you only want to talk about “blacks,” that’s not my fault.

          • Steve Fair

            Sigh. Please describe for me the black “victim” culture.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “Please describe for me the black “victim” culture.”

            Examples would be people that are discouraged from striving to do their best in school because they are convinced that the “system is unjust.”

            Or you can say the same if anyone is discouraged about applying for certain kinds of work or any activity. If they are convinced that “systemic racism” prevents them from achieving something, they are victims of culture rather than some real event that blocked them.

          • Steve Fair

            And you’re convinced that this is a prevalent attitude among blacks? That’s racist. Among lower socio-economic groups regardless of color, there is an attitude that there is a more expeditious way to make money than to excel in school or work hard. How do you think the black middle class exists if there is this pervasive “victim culture”?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “And you’re convinced that this is a prevalent attitude among blacks? That’s racist.”

            You’ll never give up with your shadow boxing, will you.

            “That’s racist. Among lower socio-economic groups regardless of color, there is an attitude that there is a more expeditious way to make money than to excel in school or work hard. How do you think the black middle class exists if there is this pervasive “victim culture”?”

            I’m not pointing to any all-inclusive groups. I’m explaining significant factors in statistics that show disparity of outcome between political identity groups.

            Any conversation with you is “racist” according to your standards. You simply don’t realize the implications of your expectations.

            The problems that do exist need to be handled according to the constitution on a case by case basis as evidence is discovered, not according to collective remedies that just perpetuate the problems by using statistics as “proof” that “the system is inherently racist.”

          • Steve Fair

            What’s a political identity group?

          • objectivefactsmatter
          • objectivefactsmatter

            “Please describe for me the black “victim” culture.”

            There’s also “white resentment culture” which is a cultural reaction to Affirmative Action and negative outcome of collectivism. But some of it is also imagined as well.

            We really need to move past the collectivism. The thing is that the discourse is going to include comments that can be distorted by class warriors in order to present the speaker as the root source of the problem just as you’ve tried to do with me. Making comments about culture or groups is not collectivism unless you deny that groups are collectives of individuals that are each equal before the law.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “The problem with the right is that they ridiculously believe that they represent white people when they only represent racists.”

            No, the right is made of of diverse people that realize what the demagogues on the left are up to when they claim to be fighting for “class victims.” That’s only “racist” to Marxists and neo-Marxist dupes.

          • American Patriot

            You think you represent black people when you only really represent racists and bigots, as well as the radical left in general.

    • American Patriot

      I never thought I saw the day when Muslims were spewing black supremacist bullsquat. Oh wait, that is what your beloved Nation of Islam does all the time.

      • Steve Fair

        I was raised Catholic.

        • American Patriot

          Now that’s funny. You know that you are a Muslim who supports the Nation of Islam. Quit denying your admiration for the hate group.

  • monostor

    To paraphrase the title: Hillary’s presidency will be the first black president’s third term…

  • DVult

    Whatever she is, I am afraid of her be elected to anything.

  • ricpic

    Hillary “don’t feel no ways tard” despite the tough row she’s had to hoe, and most incredible of all, I’ll bet she really believes that garbage, a part of her anyways.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Hillary is secretly a gigantic locust.

  • tagalog

    Let’s hope that Hillary Clinton won’t be our next president of any kind, white, black, man, woman, or whatever. I hope that after the 2016 (or sooner, if possible) campaign, she will consign herself to oblivion.

    We need to work to make that happen. “Hillary, you go, gal!”