Wednesday, May 30, 2012
A Car Elevator in His Home
A car elevator in one of his six homes. A multi-millionaire. A man who will not condemn crazy talk about secession and moon colonies from his fellow party leaders. A man who thinks that managing a financial arbitrage business – a business that manufactures and produces nothing, qualifies him to manage the
government. Is this the kind of man that
represents the average voter? Is this
man qualified to be President of the US ? USA
If he were not white and the President not black, wouldn’t those things – especially the car elevator in his house, instantly eliminate him from consideration by most voters, especially the white males who favor him over the President 62%-38%? Is there anything but racism, fear and prejudice at work in those numbers?
And why is that fact, the nearly naked racism, not being spoken of in the media? Why does the media pretend that racism is not present? Why does the media bother to talk about other “issues” while ignoring the real issue? How is it that the facts about the President’s policy successes are rarely spoken of by the media or the “man in the street”? Why do the polls show a “tight race”? Are people really that crazy, out of touch and prejudiced? Apparently, if the polls are to be believed.
If they weren’t that crazy, out of touch and prejudiced, wouldn’t they be turned off by a man with a car elevator in one of his six homes, a multi-millionaire, a man who will not condemn crazy talk about secession and moon colonies from his fellow party leaders; a man who thinks that managing a financial arbitrage business – a business that manufactures and produces nothing, qualifies him to manage the US government? Wouldn’t all of that turn-off the “average” voter, make them wonder how such a man could represent them, their lives, families and ideals? Has the political game so changed? Apparently it has.