The Other McCain

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BHO, Theoretically Best President EVAR!

Posted on | November 25, 2012 | 16 Comments

by Smitty

Of course, as I’m wont to say, “The difference between theory and practice is greater in practice than in theory.” The Right Scoop, and Radio Equalizer  point to Al “Not so” Sharpton, who seemingly cannot differentiate between public and private sector:

One of the reasons that I think people do not understand that unemployment has gone down and in some cases black unemployment and Latino’s has remained stagnant, is over the last thirty two months Dr. Hutchinson, they’ve increased jobs and found jobs – unemployment has gone down in the private sector. What has not gone down is [unemployment] in the public sector and blacks in particular are disproportionately in the public sector.
One of the reasons those jobs have gone down or have remained down is one, the Republicans are cutting a lot of the agencies where we are the employees of government jobs – government employees, and a lot of those jobs go to governors and mayors who also have had cutbacks. So what we’ve got to do – and we addressed this to the President – is take on these governors and mayors as well as the private sector on why the private sector is getting all these contracts and bailouts and not hiring and correcting the disproportionate amount of their employment does not touch our community and have the President and them support us in that.

The overt racism in Sharpton’s point, which seems to be that governments exist to employ people of a certain racial background, is astounding.

The hilarity atop that, though is “Republicans are cutting a lot of the agencies where we are the employees of government jobs”. Past the garbled “employees of government jobs” diction, one would sure like to know when the last time any government agency, itself, was cut. Maybe Sharpton looked here and blames the GOP for the lack of any agencies beginning with K, Q, X, Y, or Z. How do you spell racist dog-whistle? Possibly ‘KQYXZ’, if you went to the Sharpton School of Illogic.

But what the gag ultimately gets at, in my mind, is the notion that the country elected some über-cerebral chap who gonna pay my mortgage, and run around fixing things. This administration running Paradox of the Incompetent Wunderkind is, for me, the crowning achievement. Never, in the history of mankind, has so much sunshine been blown up so many bottoms, by such egregious media nitwits, at such vast national expense.

Taxation without representation? Suck it, great7 grandkids!

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  • Robin

    Sir, Please stop giving this person the attention he wants. Once I realize someone is an idiot, I refuse to listen to them anymore and I tell them so, in public. Shunning is very effective, at times. I don’t know if it would do any good with this guy, but it is worth a try. Just ignore him. Sincerely and respectfully, Robin

  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady

    Sharpton should be unemployed.

  • http://granitegrok.com/author/mike Mike Rogers

    Once more, Unsharp Al shows why black community leaders are bad for their community.
    Aside from his own garbled grammar and logic, the implication that government jobs go disproportionately to blacks speaks directly of the soft bigotry of low expectations : “my people are too dumb to get real jobs, they need gubmint jobs”.
    What an insult to honest, hardworking blacks to suggest that blacks cannot find work without having it handed to them by government!

    Taking another swipe at his assertions, isn’t it time for a quota system in favor of whites if government jobs are predominantly “given” to blacks? (sarcastic swipe at the whole race hustler business -I believe in real equal opportunity.)

  • JeffS

    I don’t think it’s any failure of Sharpton to “differentiate between public and private sector”. I think it’s a case of Sharpton lying through his teeth.

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  • http://twitter.com/richard_mcenroe richard mcenroe

    For us to scorn Sharpton does nothing. The problem is that the monolithically Democrat black voter base does. Look at the meme that’s being pushed now. The white folks’ economy is recovering (categorical horseshit) but the buckra is just too racist and greedy to share it with the white folks. That’s pure poison, for the black community and the country as a whole. We CAN’T ignore it.

  • http://twitter.com/richard_mcenroe richard mcenroe

    “This administration running Paradox of the Incompetent Wunderkind is, for me, the crowning achievement. Never, in the history of mankind, has so much sunshine been blown up so many bottoms, by such egregious media nitwits, at such vast national expense.”

    This isn’t even new, Smitty. “The King is the source of all good things; it is only his evil advisers who are the problem” is a rationale as old as kings themselves.

  • Adobe_Walls

    “If only the Fuhrer knew”

  • Adobe_Walls

    Walter Russel Meade is fond of pointing out how the increase in the size of State and Local government was responsible for a large segment of Blacks entering the Middle Class. Obviously this was unsustainable. For any segment of the Middle Class to thrive they must be engaged in something productive. Using city and local government as a jobs program sows the seed of its own failure.

  • http://twitter.com/richard_mcenroe richard mcenroe

    Or the punchline of the joke: “Has der Fuhrer seen this map?”

  • andycanuck

    Is that ever incompetent.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    We have to showcase fatuous Al because we need to remind people, with evidence, that only Democrats care about skin color.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    By the way, as I wrote elsewhere, where someone mentioned that fake-reverend Al now always tries to pull in “latinos” and “hispanics” but it won’t work:

    Because seven people died at the fire at Freddy’s Fashion mart that “Reverend” Al incited.

    Five of them had these names: “Angelina Marrero . . . Cynthia Martinez . . . Luz Ramos . . . Mayra Rentas . . . Olga Garcia”

  • http://thecampofthesaints.org Bob Belvedere

    THIS.

    Such governments are just another kind of plantation.

  • http://thecampofthesaints.org Bob Belvedere

    People have such short memories and others are willing to willfully blind themselves to facts that interfere with their ideological goals.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    Hey, we got ideologies to tend, here!