The Color of Your Character
Ross Kaminski belts one outta da park on the perfect encapsulation of liberal racism. His observation of black liberals contorting themselves and logic to justify their own hypocrisy is worth a few minutes of your time. Juicy part:
Conservatives might argue that leftists are hypocritical on this score, that they are judging Obama by his skin color and judging his critics by what they perceive to be the content of our characters — based on nothing but our opposition to a far-left president who happens to be black.
But what they are demonstrating is not hypocrisy, it is projection. Liberals assume that since race is so important to them, it must be equally important to the rest of us, that it must, if you’ll pardon the pun, color our every political thought. This is of course particularly true of the liberal elite who suffer deeply from what Hayek termed the “fatal conceit,” a symptom of which is believing that all intelligent people must think as “Progressives” do — and that all people not intelligent enough to think as they do are suited to be ruled by them.
The moral yardstick for the American left is now “the color of your character.”
Freaking Bingo, y’all.
Bonus edit: You simply can’t make this up. Click here and bust a gut laughing.