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    Hillary: "White People Support Me"
    Race; Posted on: 2008-05-08 18:51:38 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Suddenly white people count

    Defeated Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has finally reached the bottom of her ammunition box, demanding that the Democratic "superdelegates" ignore her repeated (and huge) caucus and primary defeats and back her plan to steal the presidential nomination from Barack Obama at the Denver convention in August. Why? Because, suddenly, white people matter.

    "I have a much broader base to build a winning coalition on," she told a reporter for USA TODAY, brandishing an Associated Press article, which, she said, "found how Senator Obama's support among working, hard-working Americans, white Americans, is weakening again, and how whites in both states who had not completed college were supporting me. There's a pattern emerging here." In Clintonspeak, that means those bitter blue collar rednecks who cling to guns and religion and dabble in xenophobia aren't going to vote for the black guy come November.

    Clinton continued: "These are the people you have to win if you're a Democrat in sufficient numbers to actually win the election. Everybody knows that."

    "Hard-working Americans, white Americans"? "These people"? How are the mighty fallen! Needless to say, the blogosphere (along with the old media) is going crazy with the news.

    Clinton, whose whole career has been based on antiwhite political correctness, booted Geraldine Ferraro from her campaign for saying much less. But the wiliness of the Clintons is the stuff of legend and knows no shame.

    For months Hillary's campaign has attempted to paint Barack Obama obliquely as "the black candidate," while still cynically hoping to attract black votes. Some observers have even claimed that the Hillary campaign purposely threw the early South Carolina primary, dominated as the state is by black Democrats, in order to drive home the racial point to blue collar whites as well as to hispanics, who, cognizant of the stakes in protected class racial politics, have remained wary of having a black president.

    White people of Hillary's class have little to no negative experience with affirmative action. How sweet it is to see her now, finally, feel something of the pain white working people have been made to suffer while being ignored by powerful whites like Hillary and her husband. Perhaps this woman, whose only "qualification" is to have been the wife of "America's first black president," should consider the consequences of the bitter fruit she, and the ideology she represents, helped to sow.

    The only downside to seeing Hillary being forced to beg white people for support on racial grounds like this, along with the very public and open self destruction of the Democrats on racial lines, is that there is no workable alternative in 2008. The open borders madman John McCain is at least just as bad as Hillary or Barack Obama. But McCain and his fellow conservative sellouts haven't yet learned the lesson Hillary is now getting a crash course in. Many whites will vote for McCain viscerally as the white candidate, but that kind of blind support is drying up, fast. Nature hates a vacuum, and sellouts on both sides of the aisle should dread the day white people in America finally find the will and program to fill it.

    Listen as Hillary Clinton boasts of support from "white Americans"

    Hillary4U&Me, a campaign video that has to be seen to be believed
    News Source: Western Voices correspondent

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