Hold the Budweiser; this is Too Big.

If I were inclined to give some Motherly advice to Barack Obama…I’d tell him to get out in front of this Black Panther-DOJ mess and do it definitively.

Put out the reasonable definitive explanation for why the case was dismissed, if there is one. If there is another side and a strong one…this dismissal must be easily defensible. The fact that the Administration continues to avoid addressing this, adds to the aura that something unseemly is afoot.

When you have a strong defense, you are eager to articulate it. When you have a strong defense, you strut right into any accusation with almost enjoyment.

So why are they not doing this?

Obama campaigned on being a new kind of politician; he also campaigned on being post-racial. Those two issues resonated with most Americans across both parties. We are sick, our Nation is sick, our Economy is sick from incessant and increasingly intolerant partisan squabbles. Furthermore, many have come to despise the Race Pimps and Professional PC Victims who make a buck by buttressing discord and division. The election of Obama brought hope…even to those of us who did not support him….that at the least…maybe just the latter would be our consolation prize.

Time has shown Obama to be just a standard issue Leftist politician whose every decision seems to be determined by polls and party dynamics. Well, many marry the Championship Football Captain, and find a pot-bellied Lump of Inertia parked weekly in front of the TV. We get over it.

So as the Blago trial unfolds and details emerge about Who Was Asked to Exit What Campaign, Americans understand they have no new enlightened mindset in the Oval Office. Many are neither surprised nor outraged; they hoped but did not expect it to be so. Many have no great issue, except hypocrisy,with Obama on that score.

But many ARE incensed by this Black Panther dismissal and even more so, by the arrogance of the Obama/ Holder non-response. They are also stunned that an Administration that rushed to hold a Beer Summit to quell any racial uneasiness that might be seeping into voter consciousness…is letting this much more potent issue remain unexplained. There were no U-tube videos of the Harvard Professor that Obama championed saying he “might hafta kill white Babies.”

Why would this most politically sensitive White House…not stand and defend WITH FACT…this issue?

That is…if they can.

We are left to surmise the defense shows the tears and frays in some part of the NEW Politician Pant Suit …that Obama’s still trying to strut about in. So he assumes it’s the lesser of two evils to dodge and play dumb.

At least that’s one of the better assumptions.

Is Obama truly a new breed Post Partisan Politician? If anyone is still clinging to that dream, the fact that this dismissal was a political payback to the NAACP might be something Obama and Holder simply can’t admit. The NAACP has admitted inserting themselves in the case. (Read info here) Was the dismissal of this case against Thugs who were already CONVICTED and are on record threatening to kill Whites…political grease to the NAACP from a grateful Obama? And what does it say about today’s NAACP that these Black racists are worthy of their organizational intervention? Of course, for a brief lesson in the current operational tactics of this once worthy organization, read the history of their complicity in the Duke Lacrosse Frame. They have now assumed the judicial posture of the Fat-Pot-Bellied Sheriffs of the Old South:skin hue, not truth, guilt or innocence….only SKIN HUE is SUPREME.

Or was this unexplained dismissal simply an indicator of a racist mindset now installed by Obama/Holder at DOJ? Are Americans to understand that the professed “post=racial” Obama is instead codifying different rules for different races? Is Obama taking the racial divisiveness he ran against and allowing the DOJ to see COLOR over the content of any particular case?

A compliant Media may be mostly avoiding this case but they cannot contain it. Obama should realize this is not only dangerous to him politically, it is dangerous to the American psyche.

And deadly to our system of justice.

Do Obama and Holder assume that White Guilt will gut this story for them? Is that the real arrogance and lassitude behind the lame non-response?

Obama, the eloquent Great Communicator, and Holder need to justify the actions of their DOJ. If they have a detailed explanation, let’s hear in full in hearings, all hands on deck.

No Beer Summit between Mr. Adams and Mr. White Baby Killer Wannabee is going to quell this story.


3 Responses

  1. A powerful piece – you should think about widely disseminating this.

    I agree with your assessment that many (particularly those who did not support Obama) did feel that the election of Obama would somehow usher in a post racial era in the US – and that that would be a worthwhile result. However, from the inauguration onwards (the comments of the preacher who delivered the blessing at the inauguration (Josephs?), I believe, set the tone, there has been no indication that such an era was about to ensue.

    That the press, except for FOX, has chosen to gloss over the Black Panther-DOJ affair speaks volumes. The failure of the government and the watchdog press to call out and punish those in the Black community who preach racial hatred and practice intimidation is no less an evil than the failure to do so with White organizations in the last century. That the Obama administration has failed in this regard shows how empty the promise of post-racial politcs was. That the media is silent shows that their much (self) ballyhooed position as the Fourth Estate is empty as well – they are a complicit partner in hypocrisy as well.

    • This is interesting…from WSJ:

      J. Christian Adams,, a former career Justice Department lawyer who resigned recently to protest political interference in cases he worked on, made some news yesterday in testimony before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

      As expected, he claimed that Associate Attorney General Thomas Perrelli, an Obama appointee, overruled a unanimous recommendation by six career Justice attorneys for continued prosecution of members of the New Black Panther Party on charges of voter intimidation in an incident I detailed here yesterday. But Mr. Adams leveled an even more explosive charge beyond the Panther case. He testified that last year Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes made a jaw-dropping announcement to attorneys in Justice’s Voting Rights section. She said she would not support any enforcement of a key section of the federal “Motor Voter” law — Section 8, which requires states to periodically purge their voter rolls of dead people, felons, illegal voters and those who have moved out of state.

      According to Mr. Adams, Justice lawyers were told by Ms. Fernandes: “We’re not interested in those kind of cases. What do they have to do with helping increase minority access and turnout? We want to increase access to the ballot, not limit it.”

      If true, Ms. Fernandes was endorsing a policy of ignoring federal law and encouraging potential voter fraud. Ms. Fernandes was unavailable for comment yesterday, but the Justice Department has issued a statement accusing Mr. Adams of “distorting facts” in general and having a political agenda.

      But there is some evidence backing up Mr. Adams. Last year, Justice abandoned a case it had pursued for three years against Missouri for failing to clean up its rolls. When filed in 2005, one-third of Missouri counties had more registered voters than voting-age residents. What’s more, Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, a Democrat who this year is her party’s candidate for a vacant U.S. Senate seat, contended that her office had no obligation to ensure individual counties were complying with the federal law mandating a cleanup of their voter rolls.

      The case made slow but steady progress through the courts for more than three years, amid little or no evidence of progress in cleaning up Missouri’s voter rolls. Despite this, Obama Justice saw fit to dismiss the case in March 2009. Curiously, only a month earlier, Ms. Carnahan had announced her Senate candidacy. Missouri has a long and documented history of voter fraud in Democratic-leaning cities such as St. Louis and Kansas City. Ms. Carnahan may now stand to benefit from voter fraud facilitated by the improperly kept voter rolls that she herself allowed to continue.

      Mr. Adams’ allegations would seem to call for the senior management of Justice to be compelled to testify under oath to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. But Justice is making none of its officials available and is refusing to enforce subpoenas issued by the commission. The more this story develops, the more it appears Justice is engaged in a massive coverup of its politicization of voting rights cases.



  2. Missouri has long had a history of voting irregularities. As a young woman, I worked (once) as an official at a polling station for a Missouri primary. We had a number of old people in our district – the smae two Democratic operatives would bring the barely sentient into vote – marking their ballots for them. When I commented to the official in charge, he said that said operatives (though of course that was not the term by which he referred to them) were merely helping them read their ballot so that they could carry out their civic duty. (This was back in the days of paper ballots and the voters had the option of sitting down at a table – particularly the infirm) so as to be able to more properly reflect and mark their ballots).

    The DOJ is no less political now than in the past (though I think that the case could be made that it is even more so). Holder seemingly intends to use the DOJ to settle political and racial scores. So much for real justice.

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