During the 2008 election in a video, former Democrat President Jimmy Carter, without batting an eye, called Democratic Party presidential candidate Barack Obama a “black boy”.  

Carter’s racial slur earned him not one word of condemnation.  If a Republican politician had called Obama a “black boy”, a phrase most blacks deem to be an offensive epithet, that person would have been labeled a racist and drummed out of the political arena by Democrats and their liberal media allies..  Unscathed by his insensitive remark, Carter now has the audacity to scold average Americans, calling them racist, merely for protesting against Obama’s government-run, rationed health care scheme and out-of-control spending designed to turn our country into a failed socialist nation.

“A million march to US Capitol to protest against ‘Obama the socialist'” by David Gardner shows how the White House was shocked by the massive rally of Americans in Washington, the biggest crowd of people since Obama took office in January.  The reaction of the White House was to attack the protestors, calling them a “mob” of racists.

The charge of racism is like fire, a dangerous weapon that can be used to destroy all it touches.  Without regard to the damage caused to our nation, Obama, aided by Carter and other race hustlers, continuously fans the flames of racism to intimidate into silence Americans – black and white – who oppose Obama’s socialist policies.

In his book “The Drama of Obama Regarding Race”, inner-city minister Rev. Wayne Perryman provides a clear-eyed look into how the Democrats – from the time of slavery until the age of Obama – have used racial politics for partisan political gain.

Some Blacks Now Have Doubts About Obama” by Star Parker exposes how – despite slurs, intimidation, and widely reported physical attacks from union thugs – a few brave black souls have showed up at tea party protest rallies.  

“Black Tea Party Express Tour Team Member Experienced Racism” is an article by black Singer/Songwriter Lloyd Marcus who traveled with the Tea Party Express Tour of 16 states and 34 rallies before ending at the Taxpayers’ March on Washington.

Marcus explains how during the tour he experienced vicious racial verbal attacks, not from tea party protesters, but from the left – people who support President Obama’s radial socialist agenda.

The video entitled “Tea Party Racism Rev Perryman Says Enough” gives details about Perryman’s participation in tea party protests.

In his video, Perryman expertly and accurately summarizes the Democratic Party’s 150-year history of racism, demonstrating the absurdity of Democrats trashing him and other average Americans as racists when the Democratic Party is the architect of modern-day racism.  Additional information about the Democratic Party’s shameful history of racism – for which they have never apologized – can be found in the NBRA Civil Rights Newsletter that is posted on the NBRA website.   

Democrats seem not to understand that a backlash has begun against their insidious use of racial politics.  Average Americans, incensed about being unfairly tarnished as racists, are fighting back.  Showing that the Democrats’ charge of racism has lost its sting, some people are scoffing at the accusation and even laughing in the faces of the race-baiters.  The video “Testing The Racism Theory” demonstrates this attitude and exposes the hypocrisy of Democrats who favor white Democrat candidates over black Republicans. 

Why is it not racist when Democrats demean black professionals such as Dr. Condoleezza Rice, Gen. Colin Powell, Justice Clarence Thomas and RNC Chairman Michael Steele, denigrating them as ‘sellouts’, “House Negroes” and ‘Uncle Toms’? Racist pictures and cartoons of black Republicans generated by Democrats are included in the article “Simple Sambo and Ignorant Mammy”, and more details about racism in the Democratic Party are in the article “Can Republicans Win Back the Black Vote?”

The article “Backlash: The Race-Baiters Get Carded” by Christian Toto provides a hard-hitting assessment about Democratic Party race mongers.  Toto describes them as an “appalling crop of hustlers” who are keeping racism alive even though voters have chosen this country’s first black president.  “But like the proverbial boy who cried wolf,” Toto opined, “the race card loses its potency each time it’s unfairly applied.” 

“It’s not racism, it’s being an American” by RNC Chairman Michael Steele is an article that explains why Steele is “outraged that Democrats today, including former President Jimmy Carter, are injecting race into the debate over President Obama’s policies”.   

Author Larry Elder provides a levelheaded view of race in America in his article “Jimmy Carter and the Elvis Factor”.  Elder wrote: “The notion that we can reach a sort of non-racist, non-sexist, non-homophobic nirvana is romantic, unrealistic and nonsensical. Wing nuts will, unfortunately, always be with us.  It is, however, even more unfortunate that a former President of the United States sits among them”.  




Frances Rice is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, a lawyer and chairman of the National Black Republican Association.  She can be contacted at:  www.NBRA.Info