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Who's the racist in this argument?

Posted: October 27, 2008 4:30 p.m.
Updated: December 29, 2008 5:00 a.m.
 
Tim Myer's column (Oct. 19) would be positively breathtaking if it weren't so laughably predictable.

The left prides itself on "tolerance," but God help you if you disagree with their "enlightened" point of view.
Tim rails against the small-minded folk who would vote for McCain because, after all, they are racists who feel that "America is not ready for a black president."

Then he broadens his scope by saying "the vast majority of the people feel the same way they do." He cites as proof the rantings of a small handful of kooks shouting some truly horrible sentiments at various rallies.

But where was his concern when similar and just as horrible things were said about our current president?

Oh, I forgot. That was the mainstream left, not a fringe element, so that's OK.

Where were his concerns about the Rev. Wright's rabid, racist, anti-American influences on his candidate of choice? Sen. Obama spent the better part of two decades listening to that poison, but that's OK because it's the rest of us that are racist.

If my pastor spewed anything so vile and putrid from the pulpit, instead of preaching the love of God, I would walk out and never return.

But because I choose not to support a socialist with minimal experience and questionable judgment, I'm the ignorant cretin.

The logic is stunning, isn't it? Well, Tim, I'm sure you've made your boss proud.

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