Obama Says We Hate Him Because He’s Black

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Hello, I’m Wayne Allyn Root for Personal Liberty. No, Mr. Obama, we don’t hate you because you’re black. President Barack Obama’s approval rating has fallen badly in the national polls. His ratings are historically low: the second lowest in modern history at this point of a Presidency. Lower than George W. Bush. Lower than everyone but Richard Nixon. And just barely above Nixon. It’s only a matter of time before Obama has the lowest poll ratings in history.

Here come the excuses. Obama desperately wants us to believe it’s all because he’s black. In a lengthy interview with New Yorker Editor David Remnick the President tells him there are “some folks who just really dislike me because they don’t like the idea of a black President” (because if he didn’t have that excuse, it would have to be based on his performance).

When Obama blames “some folks” for not liking him because he’s black, he refers to conservatives and white Americans. I’m an unapologetic member of both groups. It’s an interesting excuse. If we actually did hate him for the color of his skin, that would excuse everything he’s done to damage or destroy American exceptionalism, capitalism and the U.S. economy.

If this were about race, it would excuse his dismantling of the economy. It would excuse the 92 million working-age Americans not in the workforce. It would excuse all-time record lows for workforce participation. It would excuse tens of thousands — and in some cases, hundreds of thousands — of Americans dropping out of the workforce every month. It would excuse the fact that only crummy, crappy, low-wage, part-time jobs are being created because of Obama’s policies.

If this were about race, it would excuse Obama’s taking the formerly greatest healthcare system in the world and plunging it into crisis and confusion. It would distract us from seeing his failed Obamacare website that cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Or his blatant lies about keeping our health insurance if we like it. Or his lies about the middle class not being taxed to pay for 30 million new patients.

Or his lies about the quality of care remaining the same, even though we’ve added 30 million new patients, with no new doctors. Or his lies about prices going down, while our rates are going through the roof, and while his own Internal Revenue Service predicts health insurance will cost the average family a staggering $20,000 per year by 2016.

If this were about race, it would excuse his lies about wanting to create jobs for middle-class Americans while he’s made conscious decisions to hire foreign companies (who rely on cheap foreign labor) to build and fix the defective Obamacare website.

If this were about race, it would excuse his never ending spending and debt. Or the damage he’s done to middle-class Americans: the doubling of gas prices; the all-time record highs for electricity; the jobs he’s destroyed by not approving oil drilling, or fracking, or the Keystone Pipeline. Or using the Environmental Protection Agency to try to put the coal industry completely out of business.

It would excuse his using the power of the IRS to persecute Tea Party groups and conservative critics (like me), while allowing the IRS to hand out fraudulent tax refunds to illegal immigrants claiming fake dependents not even living in the United States.

It would excuse four dead American heroes in Benghazi, Libya; a refusal to send help while they were fighting for their lives; and a blatant cover-up before the election.

But putting all that aside, let me point out a few inconsistencies in Obama’s allegation against conservatives and white Americans:

  • First, I don’t despise Obama. I despise his beliefs and his policies.
  • Second, last I checked, Obama is not just “black.” He’s half white, born to a white mother, raised by white grandparents.
  • Third, I’ve been consistent my entire life. I’ve been a true-blue conservative patriot since age 3, when I handed out campaign literature for Barry Goldwater in my father’s arms. I judge people by their political beliefs and policies, not the color of their skin.

At the age of 11, I despised the policies of ultra-leftist Presidential candidate George McGovern. His beliefs and policies were almost identical to Obama’s today. Did I hate white Midwestern men?

In 1980, as a student at Columbia University, I despised the policies of President Jimmy Carter, whose policies were almost identical to Obama’s today. Did I hate white Southern men?

Today, I despise the policies of ultra-leftist politicians like Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. Do I, therefore, hate white Mormons and Italians?

Lastly, I can think of many Jewish Democrats whose policies I despise. The first one that comes to mind is Debbie Wasserman Shultz, whose statements often make me physically ill. Does that mean I hate Jews? That’s pretty funny, because I’m Jewish.

In each case a Republican conservative like me despises the political beliefs and policies of people I believe now, or believed back then, to be extreme, radical, socialist, economically ignorant and damaging to America and capitalism.

No, Mr. Obama, we don’t despise you because you’re black. But we do despise your policies, your lies and your destruction of the greatest country, economy and middle class in world history.

Oh, and just to set the record straight: I don’t believe Obama really thinks this is about race. That’s just what he says publicly to incite more anger, bitterness, division and class warfare, which is exactly what his mentor Saul Alinsky taught him: “The ends justify the means.”

Obama knows he’s unpopular because he is carrying out a purposeful plan to wreck the economy. He just needs to cry racism to distract the masses, so they don’t notice what is happening right in front of their eyes. It’s a philosophy he learned at Columbia University called “boil the frog slowly.”

How do I know? We were classmates. I learned the same philosophy. Just set the temperature low enough that the frog doesn’t even know he’s being boiled to death… until he’s dead. Don’t look now, but the American people are the frog. This is precisely how you destroy America from within.

I’m Wayne Allyn Root for Personal Liberty. See you next week. Same time, same place. God bless America.

Wayne Allyn Root

Wayne Allyn Root is one of America's leading Libertarian-conservative authors. Wayne's new book is The Murder of the Middle ClassWayne is a Capitalist Evangelist, serial entrepreneur, conservative media commentator, and proud champion of the middle class. He is a former Libertarian vice presidential nominee and Fox News regular. Follow Wayne on Twitter and visit Wayne's web site: www.ROOTforAmerica.com

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