Calling Out Incompetence is Now Racist in New York

by Ryan on August 22, 2009

in Culture,Economy,Election 2010,Media Bias,Politics

I could hardly believe what I was reading:  New York Governor David Paterson is blaming his current political maliase on an unnamed racist cabal of media reporters bent on destroying his career.  He lumped in Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, the only other black governor, as another racially-motivated target.  Finally, he came to warn the President about the inevitable racist backlash against Our Dear leader because of his health care reform initiatives.  Later, Paterson denied inferring any of that… kind of.

Last I checked it was 2009:  this kind of unsubstantiated race-baiting nonsense by weak and inept politicians doesn’t cut it nowadays.  Many black NY politicians are embarrassed by Paterson’s rant.

In reality, Paterson is a liberal who has been using the typical liberal tax-and-spend playbook as governor and it has been failing predictably (he has a 30% approval rating in NY, meaning 70% of New Yorkers are probably racists, right?  No, I think they’re just sensible).  Deval Patrick is in a similar boat in Massachusetts, using that same hidebound liberal playbook which won’t work to fix problems that are only getting worse.  Now Obama is in a tough situation regarding the Stimulus and health care, using tactics, methods and having solutions which the average person instinctively knows is unsustainable and damaging if fully enacted.

Screaming “racism!” like this is the last refuge of a weak, selfish and angry politician, trapped in a corner ready to pounce on their enemy’s weakest spot– the jugular of politics in recent decades has been to resort the race-card in some cases to play on white-guilt.  Sometimes it works, unfortunately.  In this case it will only hurt Paterson as he likely runs against NY Attorney General (and loyal Obama thug) Andrew Cuomo in next year’s gubernatorial primary.

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