Wednesday, January 16, 2008

And Now a Civil Rights Lesson From the Great Senator Hillary Clinton…

Apparently President Lyndon Johnson had the Dream

“I would point to the fact that that Dr. King’s dream began to be realized when President Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, when he was able to get through Congress something that President Kennedy was hopeful to do, the president before had not even tried, but it took a president to get it done.”

“That dream became a reality, the power of that dream became real in people’s lives because we had a president who said we are going to do it and actually got it accomplished.”
—Hillary Rodham Clinton
Maybe we’ve all got it terribly wrong. Instead of celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday this coming Monday, January 21, 2008 maybe we should instead be celebrating President Lyndon Baines Johnson’s Birthday who was born on August 27, 1908.

After all it took Senator Hillary Clinton to remind us all of the real history of the Civil Rights movement and that the heavy lifting of the movement would not have been accomplished if not for the White man who was the President and in the process she almost caused a race riot within the Democrat Party.

And then the good Senator intimated that maybe she is the White woman who would best fulfill the legacy of President Lyndon Johnson’s civil rights accomplishments. Lard knows that she just recently single-handedly, “…liberated us to actually let women be human beings in public.” With her ‘I almost had a tear’ speech in New Hampshire. (what a megalomaniacal narcissist)

I suppose to Senator Clinton all that civil rights stuff was just a Black man dreaming until a White man actually did something about it, right Mrs. Clinton?

So according to Sen. Clinton, Sen. Obama is a Black man with false hopes dreaming about becoming President of the United States of America but it will take a White woman to actually become what a dreamer can’t become.

Apparently other white people think so too. That’s why they are polling for Senator Clinton 41 percent to 27 percent for Senator Obama. And Likewise blacks are polling for Senator Obama 66 percent to 16 percent who say they will vote for Senator Clinton. Thank you for bring the country together Mrs. Clinton! As only a Clinton could!

And why is it that someone always has to explain what Hillary intended to say? Are we going to have 4 years of… “Welcome to the 112th press conference of the month, I’d like to begin by saying that President Clinton did not mean what you thought she said, what she actually said was…”

Every time I look around someone is explaining what Hillary Clinton said! Life shouldn’t have to be so complicated. It doesn’t have to be, does it?

Heck, now I’ve got to take down all of my Dr. King pictures and replacing them with someone who actually did something for civil rights, President Lyndon Baines Johnson!

Then I’ve got to change my vote from the Black guy who just sounds good to the White lady that will actually get the job done.

Is that what you’re attempting to say Hillary? If not I’m sure someone will contact me and put me right.

Can somebody play another race card I think Senator Clinton just played her last!

In the meantime you decide what she was attempting to say:

1 comment:

  1. I have seen a couple of blogs that predict the Presidential election of 2008 to be the dirtiest in history. I guess they should have added "slimy' too.