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August 22, 2009

No, we’re not “postracial” yet

Filed under: Uncategorized — davidmbrowndotcom @ 5:50 pm

Geez, don’t you dare criticize the governor of New York, or, for that matter, the president of the United States, because then you’re “racist” (or an Uncle Tom).

“We don’t have the kind of forces in the community that we had before,” [Governor David Paterson] said. “In other words, our black media outlets, save your program and a few others, are the only ways we have access, and even our own reporters from our own community buy the public line, which is, ‘We’re going to get rid of David Paterson.’ ”

“The reality is that the next victim on the list is President Barack Obama, who did nothing more than try to reform a health care system” that, he said, constitutes 10 percent of the gross domestic product. It is “only because he’s trying to make change,” Mr. Paterson said.

Yes, that’s right. All Obama has been trying to do is communize health care and turn doctors and patients into serfs of the bureaucrats! That’s a change. It’s changing an already bureaucratically mangled health care system into a much more bureaucratically mangled health care system. Don’t be “racist” and prefer sanity—and respect for the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.


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