A tip of a wholly non affectatious hat to Matt Drudge for uncovering this outrageous piece of video in which Obama not only calls for racial disharmony but does it in an accent that both Drudge and Hannity call out immediately as wholly affectatious. How dare Obama speak to a black audience as if he speaks black. Luckily, both Drudge and Hannity have hung around with Herman Cain and Alan Keyes enough (twice, three would be more than enough believe you me) to know how real black people talk. The problem of course was not his affectatious accent but his real rhetoric. I’m paraphrasing here a bit in that Obama implied, well I inferred that he implied, that perhaps they should burn the mother up. And in mother I am guessing that I’m thinking that Obama was speaking of America and not his actual mother, him having not used the words mother and/or America as far as I can remember so the implication Obama was making according to my inference was a bit strained which he tends to do.
But even more damaging for Obama is that in this video taped some time before yesterday in the small window of time when Obama wasn’t running for president (if that windows even exists, it’s that small slit of a window allowing only a small bit of sunshine into the basement level of a split foyer suburban home) he calls Reverend Wright a friend worthy of acknowledgment. Yes, that Reverend Wright. So here is Obama on tape as if he said it tonight, which he did in a way since it is on tape, bowing to the man who said that God has damned America not for kowtowing to the gays (which God is still pissed about according to Pat Robertson) but for some outrageous reason that I would actually have to watch more than the five second snippet to know but I won’t because he said God Damn America on it.
Hannity and Drudge talk about more of the smoking gun moments on this video that has not seen the light of day since 2007 or so, give or take every year since then, mainly give. I’m sure you have seen it so I won’t go too deep into it since I haven’t. But there is a point that both Hannity and Drudge glance over and perhaps need to take a closer look. It is when Obama calls out these men of religion (the audience was a gathering of black ministers) for not doing enough. How dare this man so disrespect these men of God, especially since he disrespects them everyday by never mentioning God ever except when he needs to act like he does believe in God but he doesn’t since even when he talks about God, its only in an affectatious way and God is all lowercase which I can’t even bring myself to write.
So, to Hannity and Drudge, you’re welcome. And I’m pretty sure Michelle Malkin will go with this angle as well.