Its okay to be racist and a communist… if you’re Black

The bigotry of  Rep. Diane Watson is surpassed only by her idiotic promotion of Fidel Castro’s communist paradise.

Health Care in the workers' paradise

Health Care in the workers' paradise

Any white person making the kinds of racially charged comments made by Rep. Watson would never be elected in this day and age.  Moreover, none would dare to openly advocate for communism.  In case you missed her words, here’s what she said:

“And lemme tell ya, before you say “Oh, it’s a commu–”, you need to go down there and see what Fidel Castro put in place. And I want you to know, now, you can think whatever you want to about Fidel Castro, but he was one of the brightest leaders I have ever met. [APPLAUSE]

And you know, the Cuban revolution that kicked out the wealthy, Che Guevara did that, and then, after they took over, they went out among the population to find someone who could lead this new nation, and they found…well, just leave it there (laughs), an attorney by the name of Fidel Castro…

Why is it okay for Black politicians to associate with radicals and communists?

Clearly in the case of Obama himself radical associations were not enough to derail his campaign for president.  And clearly it isn’t problematic for Obama to appoint people to his administration who openly espouse communist views, as with “Green Jobs Czar” Van Jones.

Now we know that anyone who opposes Obama is a racist according to certain folks in the media and the Democratic Party (but I repeat myself).  This was true during the election when supporters of Hillary Clinton were called racists, and continues now:

If you don’t agree with everything Obama wants, you must be a racist. Rather than the election of America’s first black president bringing the races together, Obama’s administration is tearing us apart. They will continue to play the tired, old and tattered geriatric “race card” as long as it is effective.

The different standards by which Black “leaders” and politicians are evaluated can be attributed to one thing, and on thing only:

The endemic racism of the liberal left.

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8 Responses to Its okay to be racist and a communist… if you’re Black

  1. mcnorman says:

    Can someone please buy this jackass a one way ticket to Cuba, please? They can keep her FOREVER.

  2. afrocity says:

    That health care pic is so gross. I cannot bring myself to use it.

  3. Good post. I’ve been wanting to listen to this. This does little to persuade me to support a ridiculous healthcare bill that will bury us in mounds of debt and unfunded obligations nor does it guilt trip me into wanting Congress to pass cap and trade. Not sure what she was going for here. If she took a step back and looked at the basic issues, she’d realize his policies are out of touch- not the man himself. A few fringe racist elements have made threats, but most people just don’t like the policies…

    We will truly have overcome “latent racism” when we stop having commentary like the above and we start allowing white people to criticize the policies of left-leaning african-american politicians without being called racists in the media. (We can criticize Condi Rice all we want to).

    “If the president fails, then America fails.” Did she voice that same view when Bush was in office?

    “…that kicked out the wealthy” Bet they wish they had those guys back.

    • I’m certain that the desperately poor of Cuba would be glad to have some wealthy folks around to get good jobs from. The shocking thing about this woman is her overt advocacy of communism. What the heck??

  4. >What the heck??

    Absolutely!! That is shocking. Seems to ignore the historical lessons of the 20th century.

    …maybe, though, the reason she was impressed with Cuba was all of the Americans that keep floating up on its shores in rafts from Florida that are attracted to its freedoms and quality of life. …or, wait, do I have that right?

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