Blacks “under siege”: Jim Clyburn charges “racism” to help President Obama get re-elected 2012?


AP Photo: James Clyburn

Obama is not invincible, he can be defeated in 2012, but as previously has been written here and elsewhere, the president needs to keep near 100% of his bloc of Black voters squarely in his back pocket in order to make his victory feasible…

Thus, as a part of the “Blacks under siege” modus operandi to keep the Black community on edge and in the president’s corner, U.S. House of Representatives Assistant Democratic Leader Rep. Jim Clyburn (S.C.) emphasizes that any problems President Obama has with the electorate has to do with racism…  In plain words, he (along with others like Louis Farrakhan) seems to want Blacks to see themselves primarily as Blacks so as to create more cohesiveness within the group, and thereby again assure the Black vote for the president in 2012… 

The charge of racism will keep coming up because the race card is an important part of the Democratic Party Presidential Campaign 2012 … 

Just sayin’

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5 Responses

  1. I think Clyburns words speak for themselves but I also think anyone who thinks anything could shake the black community from the Obama camp may very well be interested in a bridge I have that happens to be for sale…

  2. PanAm, you are square on target, as usual. How ironic that so many members of today’s black community, rather than work toward burying racism, are all too willing to embrace it. Racism is racism, no matter what its source. How unfortunate that it will be such a key component to Democratic strategy during the upcoming Presidential election. Then again, it dovetails perfectly with the divisive tactics that have characterized the Obama administration since its inception. Certain, he has no record of success on which to base his candidacy.

  3. Here’s a fact Anon. When you can’t win based upon facts, logic, or just because it looks cool to some. Play the race card. Then play the sexist card, and finally play the “it’s for the children card.”

    The numbers don’t lie, and Pan Am is correct.

  4. Mr. Panamerican, you don’t know what you are talking about, you have no facts.

    • This is an opinion page, with analysis and commentary about current events as seen by the writer… The observations made here are in response to the facts of the race element continually brought up by some, such as Representative Clyburn and others… Not a difficult analysis to make…

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