Michelle Obama wants us to monitor our family members to make sure they’re not racists? May we suggest she start with her own Democratic family, first.
Remember New York City mayor (and Socialist) Bill De Blasio saying he was running on “CP Time,” whenever he was late for something? CP Time stands for “Colored People’s Time.” Nope, not racist at all!
How about Democratic Senator Harry Reid’s remark that Obama was a “light-skinned African American with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one”? Michelle better hit him over the head.
Oh yeah, Jeremiah Wright, when asked why he wasn’t talking to Obama said: “Them Jews ain’t going to let him talk to me.”
Crap, Michelle, sounds like you better start with your own house, first, before asking us to become the “racism” police. Stupid freaking hypocrite.
Michelle Obama has taken the racism bait hook, line and sinker it appears as most of her speeches lately seems to be heavily saturated in the leftist argument. Most recently though, she has taken to urging high school students to monitor their own family members for racial intolerance and to go even one step further and correct it.
Addressing the High School graduating classes of Topeka, Kansas she said, “Our laws may no longer separate us based on our skin color, but nothing in the Constitution says we have to eat together in the lunchroom, or live together in the same neighborhoods.” She then added, “There’s no court case against believing in stereotypes or thinking that certain kinds of hateful jokes or comments are funny.”
She then stated her wacky plan saying that students should, “drag my generation and your grandparents’ generation along with you,” down the path of racial tolerance.
Explaining exactly what she meant, she noted, “Maybe that starts simply in your own family, when grandpa tells that off-colored joke at Thanksgiving, or you’ve got an aunt [that] talks about ‘those people.’” She continued by saying, “Well, you can politely inform them that they’re talking about your friends.”
“Or maybe it’s when you go off to college and you decide to join a sorority or fraternity, and you ask the question, how can we get more diversity in our next pledge class?” Michelle went on. “Or maybe it’s years from now, when you’re on the job and you’re the one who asks, do we really have all the voices and viewpoints we need at this table?”
Making her grand stand, the FLOTUS exclaimed, “But no matter what you do, the point is to never be afraid to talk about these issues, particularly the issue of race.”