Remember back in October when someone accused me of RAAAAACISM for using the phrase “thug thizzle?” Here.
And remember when the Associated Press decried Sarah Palin’s criticism of Obama’s relationship with Bill Ayers as “racially tinged?” Here.
And remember the racial-card brouhaha when John McCain referred to Obama as “that one?” And when Time magazine called him racist for criticizing Franklin Raines? And when unhinged bloggers called Palin racist for wearing white? Here.
Well, add another item to the RAAAAACIST list: You can no longer use the phrase “tricked out” without being labeled a you-know-what. Brian Maloney writes:
Yes, according to close Barack friend and Massachusetts First Lady Diane Patrick, the use of “tricked out” to describe Governor Deval Patrick’s publicly-funded Cadillac is “racist” because the term is apparently used to disparage black people.
Though Patrick aimed her tirade at the Boston Herald, it was one of several Boston-area news outlets that ridiculed the Bay State governor after trading in a more modest state vehicle for a brand new Caddy.
In particular, New England talk hosts hit him hard, badly damaging his public standing upon taking office in January 2007. Regionally-syndicated talker Howie Carr even created a website called Coupe DeVal that still exists today.
Diane Patrick’s sentiments were revealed in a new book by far-left Obamist commentator Gwen Ifill, The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama.
Yep, that Gwen Ifill — the ethically-challenged debate “moderator” who, of course, played the race card when her objectivity was challenged.
Just another race-hustling journalist carrying water for her demagogic friends.
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