New York can be a lonely and desolate city. My only date on this rainy Tuesday night is Chris Matthews -- the last liberal left who will still talk to me about race.
The rest of the Non-Fox Media are lying in wait, hoping I'll disappear so they can revive the old chestnuts about racist Republicans again.
Among many such myths, there's Reagan's Philadelphia speech, George W. Bush's speech at Bob Jones University, someone yelling "Kill him" at the mention of Barack Obama's name at a Sarah Palin rally, tea partiers calling Rep. John Lewis the N-word, Scott Brown's red pickup truck, dog whistles, code words, and on and on and on.
All of these myths are disproved in my book, "Mugged: Racial Demagoguery From the Seventies to Obama." You should brush up on the facts because liberal lies never die. They just hide from the light like cockroaches and rush back out after dark.
Since my book came out, MSNBC, the Official Network for Racism Detection, has moved on from trying to convince black people that Republicans are promoting slavery and segregation to trying to convince women that Republicans plan to redefine rape and ban contraception.
Just two months ago, Lawrence O'Donnell was accusing Sen. Mitch McConnell of racism for saying Obama "has been working to earn a spot on the PGA Tour." (What IS it about black people and golf? It's such a dusty old stereotype!)
When most people think of golf, they think of the single whitest sport in the world, after polo. A few years ago, a PGA reference would have been made by Democrats only in order to sneer about elitist, country club Republicans.
But according to O'Donnell, McConnell was trying to align "the lifestyle of Tiger Woods with Barack Obama." Liberals feel they have the right to say what symbols mean, which can change at will, according to circumstances.
These days, even O'Donnell is off the racism beat. He has been reduced to challenging Tagg Romney to a fight -- from the safety of his television studio.
Only Chris Matthews is still on racism patrol. After the third presidential debate on Monday night, Matthews said that conservatives and "the white working class in the South" have a "racial hatred" for Obama. Why, Chris is so crazy about black people, he's even considering hiring one someday to work on his show! Not yet, but soon.
Liberals always cry racism in moments of stress, so it's understandable that Matthews would lash out. It must be very stressful seeing Obama go down in the polls even following the debates he allegedly won.