Criticism has nothing to do with Affordable Health Act being a train wreck
Paul Joseph Watson
April 1, 2014
While HealthCare.gov labored under the weight of a rush of people attempting to get health insurance coverage before the midnight deadline, some Obama supporters took to Twitter to lambaste opponents of Obamacare as racist.
No, this is not an April fools joke – many Obama supporters are still floating the talking point that it is racist to criticize Obamacare – as you can see from the tweets below posted over the last 24 hours.
@mrsnasirjones I saw a pic w/him saying something about Obama care. It's obvious he's a racist. Redneck shriveled up ass.
— Rahiem (@Rahiieem) April 1, 2014
— Susan Klopfer (@sklopfer) April 1, 2014
— Maverick™ (@spooney35) April 1, 2014
All you got to do if you are having trouble because the Health Reform Act dubbed Obamacare by a bunch racist… http://t.co/YUWCsKdG80
— John Hill (@JohnHill60) April 1, 2014
— Brianooch (@BrianWalsh7) April 1, 2014
More racist hatred from Bachmann as she blathers over her latest Obamacare outrage http://t.co/GQa9TOsvyB
— Nat Johnson (@rockportbasset) March 31, 2014
— Peter Lombard (@tutticontenti) March 31, 2014
In May last year, Louisiana State Sen. Karen Carter Peterson, the chair of the state Democratic Party, said that the reason Americans are upset over Obamacare is because President Obama is black.
Liberals are also taking their lead from Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who told the annual NAACP convention in Orlando, Fla. last summer that opponents of Obamacare share the same sentiment as opponents of civil rights in the 1960’s.
During a House Ways and Means Committee hearing in October last year, Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga. compared Obamacare opposition to the 1950’s Southern Manifesto which was in opposition to black integration. Ironically, 97 of the 99 politicians who signed the 1956 manifesto were Democrats.
In November, Forbes’ Peter Ubel wrote a piece which asserted that it was “occasionally” racist to criticize Obamacare because the law helps blacks and Hispanics more than any other segment of the population. In January, the Huffington Post also published an article which claimed that opposition to Obamacare was “rooted in bigotry”.
The idea was taken to even greater depths of deliriousness back in December when MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry (who subsequently cracked a crass racist joke about Mitt Romney having a black baby in his family) equated ‘Obamacare’ with the N-word, suggesting that merely using the term itself (which Obama has on many occasions) is an act of racism.
By the same token, Hillarycare was anti-women and Reaganomics was anti-white.
According to all these people and their enthusiastic cheerleaders, opposition to Obamacare has nothing to do with the fact the law creates vast new bureaucracies, at least 20 new taxes, places onerous demands on small businesses to cover employees’ health costs, raises prices for the average family and turns doctors into government spies – it’s all because of racism!