Yesterday Obama was continuing to milk the 1960s civil rights movement for every last drop of divisive grievance when his demagoguery offered an alarming glimpse into his mentality:
“We’re the slaves who built the White House and the economy of the South.”
Granted this was stirred in with a bunch of other rhetoric, most of it moonbatty but not all of it anti-American. But imagine a guy who would drop a sentence like this, and who obviously identifies with those slaves and wants revenge on their behalf, serving as a trustworthy custodian of the White House and all that it represents.
This single sentence may explain Obama’s policies, both domestic and foreign, more effectively than anything else he has ever said.
FLASHBACK: Obama Credits 1965 Selma March for Inspiring His Birth… In 1961
Obama marched with New Black Panthers at the Selma rally in 2007.
New Panther National Chief Malik Zulu Shabazz is seen speaking at the rally on the left. Then Obama speaks to the Selma crowd at the same rally.
This was the same visit to Selma where Obama credited the 1965 marchers with empowering his black father and white mother to marry… Obama was born in 1961. He was off by 4 years when the Selma march took place. But, it made a good speech. More below the fold!
Who should we listen to when it comes to defending the West from the terrifying menace of expansionist Islam — Benjamin Netanyahu or Barack Hussein Obama? Let’s ask the former Commander in Chief of the US Pacific Fleet, retired Admiral James “Ace” Lyons, Jr.:
Allowing Obama to control US policy in the Middle East is like putting John Dillinger in charge of security at a bank. (Moonbattery)
Here is his political speech inside the church.
Michelle Malkin reported:
*Obama has as much trouble with numbers as he has with maps. Last March, on the anniversary of the Bloody Sunday march in Selma, Alabama, he claimed his parents united as a direct result of the civil rights movement:
“There was something stirring across the country because of what happened in Selma, Alabama, because some folks are willing to march across a bridge. So they got together and Barack Obama Jr. was born.”
Obama was born in 1961. The Selma march took place in 1965. His spokesman, Bill Burton, later explained that Obama was “speaking metaphorically about the civil rights movement as a whole.”