Dems drinking their own poison

I’m loving this.
As the race for the Democratic nomination as whittled to three, the top two – Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama – are bickering about who injected race into their campaign rhetoric first.
Clinton said in an interview recently that Martin Luther King’s dream began to be realized when President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964. “It took a president to get it done,” she said.
Black America took great offense, asserting that Clinton was minimizing MLK’s efforts at civil rights reform; that no matter what he did or would’ve done, it would’ve gotten nowhere without Whitey.
Thing is, she’s right.
No matter how many beautiful speeches MLK gave, and no matter how many non-violent protests and marches he would’ve organized, nothing would’ve killed institutional racism without legislative action. And who was in Congress at that time? White men. Why did MLK stage all of those actions? To stir emotions, in Americans both black AND white, and put pressure on the lawmakers.
But the knee-jerk reaction from Black America is simply the harvest of the seeds of what the Democratic Party has been sowing for generations. “Whitey is out to get you” … “Whitey is keeping you down” … “You need us to lift you up and out of poverty” …

This same mind-set is evident in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Even two-plus years later, people still cry out to the government to help them. And now that the Democratic Party has the ideal opportunity to literally lift blacks out of the impoverished 9th Ward and rebuild new homes in another part of the city, on higher ground, with a fresh start. So what do the Dems promise this largely black population? To rebuild the 9th and put them all right back where they were; right back where the Democracts think poor, uneducated blacks belong … forming a block by which to vote another Dem back into power.

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