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The "N" Game

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Posted on August 19 2009 5:44 am
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Hurling accusations of racism against Obamacare opponents is only the latest tactic the Left has employed in its desperate quest to save its socialist health care scheme. We heard the accusations again last night on The O’Reilly Factor, which showed leftists falsely accusing opponents of having used the “N” word at town hall meetings, and of opposing Obamacare simply because President Obama is black.

The personal invective from the Left against President Bush every time he opened his mouth was far worse than anything Obama has experienced to date. And the last time I checked, both Bill and Hillary Clinton are white, yet their own health care proposal was more vehemently attacked than Obamacare. (Of course, there are those like Toni Morrison who believed that Bill was actually our first black president).

No wonder Obama wanted to ram his plan for universal health care through Congress before the August recess.  He anticipated the firestorm of constituent opposition that would hit the senators and representatives at their town halls.

Demonization of the majority of Americans who now oppose Obamacare is backfiring. Instead of telling the opponents to shut up, Obama should tell his supporters to stop playing the “N” game and the race card once and for all.  Until he does that, his phony image as a post-racial, bi-partisan president governing from the center will go up in smoke, just like his plan for a government takeover of health care.

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