Friday, May 22, 2009

Steele: Obama Wasn't Vetted...

...because he's black. Yeah, black folks sure do get all the breaks around here, don't they? Attack, attack, attack. It's all they have now:

Days after announcing an "aggressive new approach" in confronting President Obama, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele said Friday that the president hadn't been properly vetted because he is black.

"The problem that we have with this president is we don't know him. He was not vetted, folks. He came out of nowhere," Steele told listeners to Bill Bennett's radio show Friday morning. "….We don't know his political background, we don't know his political philosophy, the ideology that shapes his thinking on policy. "

He was not vetted, because the press fell in love with the black man running for the office. 'Oh gee, wouldn't it be neat to do that? Gee, wouldn't it make all of our liberal guilt just go away? We could continue to ride around in our limousines and feel so lucky be alive and in an America with a black president,'" said Steele.
Yes, from his incredibly reclusive position as the first black editor of the Harvard Law Review to his secretive, nationally broadcast keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention to him stealthily laying low as a United States senator, this guy just came right out of nowhere. Nobody saw him coming. And aside from the two books that he wrote about himself and the millions of hours of media coverage that has delved into every aspect of his life and family from even before his birth to the present, we know absolutely nothing about the guy. He's a cypher, an historical ghost.

And I'm sure I can speak for the more than sixty-nine million other people who also voted for the man that we do indeed all feel better about not ever having owned a slave when we're all tooling around in the backs of our stretch limos (if your limo ain't stretch then it ain't shit). Michael Steele certainly does have his finger on the pulse of the nation while not trying to pander to the worst elements of his own base at all, and that's why I predict nothing but stunning victories for the Republican party in the next election and the many others that follow.

What a douche...

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