Originally Posted by Steven E. Webster
I think there are all sorts of "unfavorable commentary" that could be made about President Obama that would not be perceived as racist---just don't include a reference to a chimpanzee in it. Can it be that hard?
Oh, and by the way, leave out nooses, burning crosses, welfare queens and the N-word.
I don't think any intelligent "unfavorable commentary" is going to be taken as racist.
Frankly, I think the implied accusation that Obama can't be criticized without there being counter-charges of racism is itself an expression of racism.
You may think what you like. I was just asking a question. Asking questions is an expression of racism? If that is racist I apologize for asking.
"Beloved let us tolerate one another. For tolerance is of God and everyone that tolerates is born of God and knows God. He that tolerates not, knows not God for God is tolerance." 1 John 4:7,8