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Let's Play Guess the Perp!

The Original Alice Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 7:13 AM
The racist stuff is totally uncalled-for. Please keep that to yourself.
The Original Alice Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 11:13 AM
Obama may well be racist, but that is no reason for saying that we dislike him because he's black. Racism doesn't solve racism.
I dislike him and his policies on a number of levels, but his skin color is not on the list.

And the more that people print things like that, the more that liberals can say - with "proof" - that there are Conservatives who dislike him because of his skin color.
That is why I say please keep that to yourself.

But by all means keep posting about the [innumerable] things that he does that are ruining our country! I'm totally with you there!!
Rick2477 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 7:27 AM
All of this, our daily thrashing about as alarmed and offended and concerned conservatives, all of this is uncalled for. Trying to bring this country down, to have it pay for its sins, of which there are many (a growing list...) for being too white; all of this is uncalled for.
The MSM aggressively protects this potus and we conservatives better figure out a way to message better, stand our ground without being tarred as 'hostage takers and obstructionists -and worse' and learn to fight dirty or this country faces a long and unrelenting decline. And I believe OD@ushe's race (dog whistle anyone? dog whistle???) gives him a big advantage.
Rick2477 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 7:21 AM
Right. The CBC gets a slap down (even) and ...'Mr. Obama the “black mascot of Wall Street,” Ms. Jarrett’s response was “ruthless,” '
Thing is big O, OoDiddles race has quite a bit to do with how he is perceived AND aggressively 'protected.' It's not pretty, it is RACIST (by any current standard) and undisputedly true.) Like it or not.

Obviously, Bob Woodward wasn't telling who in the Obama White House threatened him.  But does anyone care to hazard a guess?  If I were a betting woman, my choice would be clear: Valerie Jarrett.

Why? Because she is, indeed, a "very senior senior person" (to use Bob Woodward's phrase) at The White House, and she has in the past shown a certain lack of finesse in handling delicate matters.  To quote from a New York Times story on her:

And [Jarrett] is the president’s protector in chief, or as Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner put it, the...