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Vulgar, gutter ghettoism

September 6, 2011

I would typically begin what I’m about to write by saying, “here again, we see” – but that would indicate that the behavior I’m going to discuss is not a continuous pattern. Which brings me to my point.

The tacit support by Obama for the condemnable rhetoric of the son of union gangster and mob flunky Jimmy Hoffa, along with his support for his vice president, Joe Biden’s inciting people to violence, should be an automatic disqualifier for the office of service he’s entrusted with.

I have made it no secret since 2004, that I hold Obama in the lowest of contempt personally, and his political agenda even lower than that. I remind you of that as prefix to my following comment, that Obama is the most unfit and unworthy individual to ever occupy the Oval Office.

Hoffa has visions of following in his father’s footsteps of being a cheap thug preying on fear/anger and using threats of violence as legal tender. He calls us “SOBs” while the vice president calls us “barbarians.” Hoffa is what he is – and Obama’s association with him continues the unbroken umbilical ties of Obama to and with rabid anarchists, and those committed to ripping our country apart at the seams.

I know some will try to claim Obama isn’t responsible for what a gangster says, but I beg to differ when that thug is speaking on his behalf. On the basis of being a responsible human being alone, Obama had an obligation to condemn at once such despiteous rhetoric. And, there is no question, but that he should have publicly chastised his vice president for calling Americans who exercise their constitutional right disagree, barbarians.

I remind people in personal correspondence of what is acceptable and what is not. I in a private conversation, challenged a colleague pursuant to a particular habit of behavior that I viewed as inappropriate. But, Obama won’t, because he not only endorses this behavior, he wants it. Violence and social breakdown is the core philosophy of everyone he has personally identified as a mentor, and everyone we know of, that he has had studied and/or showed great respect for.

I don’t like Obama, but Americans, many of whom did so in good conscience, even if for the wrong reasons, voted for him. Three years later, their most common complaint is that, they, as the uber liberal Robert Redford said, now “have no idea who he is.”

But for the rest of us, we knew what he was when he was elected and his term has been one continuous chain of condemning citizens, lying about Supreme Courts justices, publicly ostracizing and berating those who disagree with him, fomenting racial discord, expanding government, spending, lies, lies, and more lies.

Many of my colleagues are too demure, socially unaware, and some blindly unwilling to call him what he is. But when respected liberals like James Carvell and Pat Caddell publicly condemn a liberal president, that should tell you something.

That he is a disaster on every measurable level as president is bad enough, but when compounded with eager willingness to embrace thuggish and vulgar, gutter ghettoism it is unforgivable in a public figure.

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Mychal Massie

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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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