Sensational accusations of racism propagated by the far-right are depriving America of the chance to talk about more substantial issues like poverty and education, prominent racial scholars said Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation."
"The Obama administration has been intimidated by the far-right wing, which is addicted to a kind of paranoia of race that then leads to paralyzing racial conversation," Rev. Michael Eric Dyson, a professor of sociology at Georgetown University and an author of many books on African-American issues, said. "There's no word from the White House that's positive about the issue of race."
There's an old adage when it comes to liberals...."admit nothing, deny everything and launch counter accusations." To which we should also add, using the mirror reflection of practice and painting your enemy with it as if it is something entirely new to you and it has never been used by your side ever.
This Dyson character is priceless. I believe he must have spent a large portion of his life watching and imitating Pee Wee Herman reruns and practicing the line....."I know what you are but what about me?"
This would be funny stuff if it weren't so serious and if mainstream media didn't lap it up like emaciated cats suckling a bowl of milk.
"The Obama administration has been intimidated by the far-right wing, which is addicted to a kind of paranoia of race that then leads to paralyzing racial conversation,"
And just what does this mind brain from Georgetown think that blacks have been doing to Obama's prede3cessors for the previous two generations?