Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-OH) has a message for all you out there, including me, who support the president. From the floor of the U.S. House yesterday she said we are “ignorant,” “racist,” “dumb,” that we “have racist religious beliefs,” and, for good measure, “do not oppose the Ku Klux Klan.”
On that note, I would have written this column earlier but I had to pick up my white hood and sheet from the cleaners. The hood needed some alteration, as it was bunching up around the pointy top.
Don’t you just hate when that happens?
Of course, I could respond in kind by calling Rep. Fudge an illiterate beast of burden with the cognitive powers of a chickpea. But then, I would be accused of racism because Fudge is a radical black leftist and thus feels entitled to say anything she wants regardless of fact or accuracy. That she can without proof accuse millions of others of racism and be applauded in many quarters of this country is another one of those dull daily hypocrisies that pass for discourse in the color-obsessed gender-bending modern Democratic Party.
To be fair, Fudge was quoting a letter from some holy roller clerical charlatan (Oh no, there goes my religious racism again!) from a no doubt run-down Temple of Baal in Ohio otherwise known as the Mount Zion Fellowship and Wacky Urban Theology Emporium.
Oh yeah, they also hate that the president uses Twitter to ruin their days and make them hold their breath in the corner and stomp their feet until they turn blue.
In fact, there isn’t much about the president they don’t hate.
Well, bloody excellent.
Because as Churchill said, we are judged as well by whom we have as enemies as we are regarding whom we consider friends. With vicious ignorant racist enemies like Rep. Fudge and the good rev as opponents the president is assured he is doing a great job for the American people.
Now, where did I put that burning cross…