The last refuge of liberal scoundrals

The Washington Post has an article this morning detailing how the White House intends to push back even harder against people who protest against the young President’s policies. “That is really the war.”

“There’s a broader argument that is the underlying argument to all of these attacks, which is a very fundamental struggle about trying to tear this president down and delegitimize his presidency,” said one senior administration official, speaking on the condition of anonymity. “That is really the war. And all of these are skirmishes — some of them flare up into battles — but the broader war is about the fate of this presidency and the other side’s attempts to delegitimize him and to make him into a failure.”

The latest attempt is to label anyone who protests the President must be racist. Jimmy Carter elevated to a new level … labeling most protesters racists.

But Charles Krauthammer has had enough.

8 replies
  1. Anne-EH
    Anne-EH says:

    Jim, a very thought-provoking article. The playing of the race card by former President Jimmy Carter and other liberals have set race relations back 50 years. At a time when this country needs to get real pressing issues resolved, when anyone takes issue with President Obama, out comes the race card. This race card issue is so old as well. Also just posted the article at Free Republic. Here is the URL :
    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2341144/
    PS: Thank-you Jim for making plans to play the audio/video of Sonia's speech from April 15th Tea Party. She speaks truth to power. :)=^..^=

  2. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    Carter should worry less about alleged efforts to delegitimize Obama and worry more about who actually thinks that Carter was a legitimate president.

     

    Why can't Carter stop trying to wreck the country?  He came close as president, now he wants to keep trying as ex president?  Talk about being in a hole and still digging….

  3. shade
    shade says:

    Jim..who will it be possible for a politician to object to administration policy without being mindful that he/she  will be label a racist.  Must they preface each statement with the words

    " my remarks are made because of a disagreement with policy,  and made free of racial considerations"

    Political comments  has been smothered..as the administration would desire.

  4. shade
    shade says:

    Jim.. will it be possible for a politician to object to administration policy without being mindful that he/she  will be labeled  a racist.  Must they preface each statement with the words

    " my remarks are made because of a disagreement with policy,  and made free of racial considerations"

    Political comments  has been smothered..as the administration would desire.

  5. LOIS
    LOIS says:

    For "someone" from the Presidential Administration to declare there is a war going on to delegitimize the president, and make him a failure is laughable. He doesn't need any help, he doing a good job all by himself…

  6. shade
    shade says:

    One must wonder the degree that former president carter's 85 years of age has on his latest intemperate remarks. My medical training leads me to attribute it to either senility or terminal cranial-rectal inversion. My impression is the latter. So far he can see his tonsils.

  7. Lazybum
    Lazybum says:

    Once again, National Embarassment Jimmy "can't I puleeze have a peace prize" Carter, unencumbered by the thought process as usual, weighs in.

    What a waste of perfectly good oxygen.

  8. sammy22
    sammy22 says:

    I seem to remember that there was a time when criticizing Pres. Bush and his policies in Iraq was labeled unpatriotic. But I could be mistaken.

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