(repurposed from a Facebook post)
There have been repeated Facebook postings (and deletions) of a certain, highly racist, anti-President Obama sticker on a car of late.
I don’t need to see it again, though I do feel it’s been useful in that it points out a very real problem underlying much, though admittedly not all, of the Republican opposition to the President: RACISM.
And I can’t help but believe that since we do not see many explicit public disavowals or condemnations of such things from Republican candidates or party leadership, that they really don’t mind the expression of such racist sentiments by members and supporters of their party. In fact, I suspect they find them a useful rallying point to some extent.
Sincere opposition on principle I can understand, even though I disagree with it. Opposition underpinned by racism, or reinforced by racist expression, has no place in America.
So how about it, Republican candidates and leaders? Do you have the courage to publicly disavow and condemn these things? Do you have the courage to demand that your supporters stop such things?
Reblogged this on Once Upon a Paradigm.
I just saw this.
I am speechless.
The single biggest bumper sticker seller in Georgia. hahahahahaha
Oh the hypocrisy.