Sauce for the goose.....:
Alabama-5 Republican Representative Mo Brooks has accused black and Hispanic Democrats of waging “a war on whites” as part of their campaign tactics to split the nation.
“What the Democrats are doing with their dividing America by race is they are waging a war on whites and I find that repugnant,” Brooks told The Huntsville Times. “We should not be dividing anybody based on national heritage or race. Rather, we should be bringing us all together. That's what the melting pot ideal of America is all about. A person's skin pigmentation is something acquired at birth that has absolutely nothing to do with the merits of the person of how one should vote."
A southern Republican bringing up race in anything but a Regime-approved way. Or at all. What could go wrong? Even if he is spot-on right in every word he says.
His remarks echoed a similar interview on conservative commentator Laura Ingraham’s radio show on Monday, during which he slammed the strategy that President Barack Obama implemented in 2008 and 2012 “where he divides us all on race, on sex, greed, envy, class warfare.”
He told Ingraham, “This is a part of the war on whites that’s being launched by the Democratic Party. And the way in which they’re launching this war is by claiming that whites hate everybody else.”
Ingraham appeared to shrug off his “war on whites” charge, saying that it was “a little out there.”
Not as much as you seem to think, Laura. But then you're saying that Brooks is "a little out there" about this topic because whites are officially forbidden to discuss it by Regime diktat. Minorities can race-bait, race-obsess, race-bigotize, race-extort and that's perfectly alright, laudable, noble, because....white racism! But if any white person stands up and points out that that isn't alright, laudable, or noble, but is in fact not alright, despicable, and yes, racist, that's prima facie evidence of.....white racism! It's a metaphorical deck almost as stacked as the Middle East "peace" process.
Which makes me wonder idly why Congressman Brooks is bringing up the subject himself. Again, it isn't that he isn't absolutely right in his comments - he most assuredly is - but that his comments are a futile gesture that can and will only boomerang against him and his party, and redound in favor of the very black racists he assails. Because.....white racism!
When are conservatives going to figure out that we can't turn the Left's words and tactics against them? It's like the "handedness" of the universe; the more despicable the idea, the more likely it is to flow in only one direction: the wrong one.
But you knew that.
Except, of course, if you're white.