Reince Priebus Celebrates Opposite Day By Blaming Obama For 'Culture Of Hatred'
When we woke up this morning, we felt a disturbing vibe that left us with a dread akin to the thought of motorboating Chris Christie’s moobs. We soon realized that this was not the fault of the sweet, god-fearing, kindhearted and ultra-loving GOP, but rather because we were drowning in a sea of hatred, spawned by our Dark Overlord of Anti-Hope. At least, that’s what the Leader of Enlightment Itself, RNC head Reince Priebus, had to say, perPolitico:
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus ripped President Barack Obama for creating a “culture of hatred” in which Democrats are likening the GOP to the Ku Klux Klan.
“It’s the culture that the president’s cultivated here. A culture of dishonesty, a culture of hatred,” Priebus said Monday on Fox News’s “Hannity.”
Clearly the man with the unpronounceable name is correct, and Democrats are spreading a culture of hatred around the country and ginning up race-related fears with KKK references. Let’s sexplore this phenomenon.
This culture of hatred has its roots early in the Obama Presidency, when there were clear signs that the GOP was trying to bring the country together and Obama was trying to tear it apart.
For example, during a nationally televised Presidential Address to Congress, a spirited and loving Rep. Joe Wilson was simply trying to offer a gentle rebuke when he shouted “You lie!” at the Commander-in-Chief. Dialogue is needed now more than ever, and the fact that Obama spurned Wilson was merely a taste of what was to come from the Divider-in-Chief.
Numerous members of the Grand Old Party went out of their way to learn more about the President's background, including desperately wanting to know more about where he was born. This olive branch of over-the-top outreach, surely desired purely to carry on polite conversation, was also rudely rejected by an increasingly acrimonious White House.
With the Democrats being all inclusive, the Tea Party decided to follow that lead, because imitation something something flattery. So all the good folks of the Tea Party with their Nazi signs were just trying to reach out. To Hitler Youth or something. No hatred there at all. Big Tent, people, Big Tent.
When an entire crowd at a GOP Presidential debate booed a gay soldier for asking about DADT, the fact that NOT ONE of the candidates stood up for him does not show hatred, but rather a tolerance for hatred, which is a totally different thing altogether. Besides, isn’t tolerance a good thing?
Yes, sometimes a Dumbocrat says something stupid, as Reince pointed out:
Priebus also cited the use of KKK imagery in a fundraising email sent by Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) in October that likened the tea party to the white supremacist group.
We are confused and baffled as to where Grayson would get such a crazy notion. The KKK hated black people, and the GOP is working hard to reach out to minorities. In fact, the GOP loves minorities so much, the GOP is trying to ensure that they can stay home on election day, because voting is such a hassle and who wants to deal with that, eh? Certainly not “lazy black people that want the government to give them everything,” as a North Carolina Republican precinct chair recently said.
And rodeo clowns with big ol’ Obama lips and a broom coming out of his cornhole has exactly zero racist overtones that would inflame any racist notion is any god-fearin white folk.
There is only one person to blame for all this hatred, and it is clearly the President. If he would just stop Presidenting then maybe he could bring some unity to this country. But he keeps acting like he’s some sort of head of state or something, and he just has to know that acting that way is cultivating a culture of hatred. He is lucky to have a representative of the Party of Personal Responsibility care so much as to speak truth to power.