When in doubt, play the race card

If President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder played a game of cards against each other, who do you think would win? It’s actually a trick question because the game would result in a draw. You see, they’d both play the race card and so there would be no winner.

A while back, Obama played the race card to try to justify his plunging approval ratings.
He told the New Yorker magazine that, “There’s no doubt that there’s some folks who just really dislike me because they don’t like the idea of a black president.” Please! Stop insulting the American public with that kind of garbage. Ninety-nine percent of the people who disapprove of the way you’re running the country couldn’t care less about your skin color.

Now it’s Holder’s turn. Recently, Holder said that he sees “racial animus” in Republican opposition to some of the Obama administration policies. Back in 2009, he said that America was a “nation of cowards” on the topic of race. He claimed that the Republican view that Americans should have to show an ID to vote is a way to “disenfranchise minority voters.”

And it’s not just Obama and Holder, of course. This is exactly what liberals do when they’ve been backed into a corner and have been out-argued. When they finally come to the realization that a conservative has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that he or she is right and the liberal is wrong, the liberal will reach up his sleeve, pull out the race card and claim victory.

As I’ve told you before, a white liberal friend of mine accused a conservative friend of mine of being racist because he did not vote for Obama in 2012.

I replied by saying, “So, if in the next presidential election I vote for Condoleezza Rice and you vote for Hillary Clinton, does that mean you are a racist?” Of course, he had no reply to that. Liberal minds are incapable of any logical argument once they’ve played their race card. That’s when they’re exposed for the jokers that they are.

On a scale of 1 to 10, how sick are you of liberals playing the race card when there’s absolutely no connection to race in the discussion? Let me know what you think.

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