Saturday, September 26, 2009

Racism Quiz

Do you think:
1. The U.S. Federal government has overstepped its Constitutional limits?

2. The U.S. Federal government should not run up huge deficits and then have the Federal Reserve bank "buy" that debt with dollars it creates out of thin air?

3. The U.S. Federal government should never take over bail out any private business?

4. The U.S. Federal government should not nationalize the mortgage investment industry?

5. The U.S. Federal government should not nationalize the health care industry?

6. The U.S. President's job description does not include bowing to foreign potentates or apologizing to America's sworn enemies?

7. The U.S. President should not appoint unconfirmed czars who act as the puppet masters of his official Cabinet?

8. The U.S. President should not demonize his opposition and deride them for "clinging to their guns and religion"?

9. The U.S. President should not betray America's allies in Poland and the Czech Republic?

10. The U.S. President should not give Iranian mullahs the comfort of knowing that the U.S. actively opposes Israel's right to defend itself against nuclear attack from Iran.

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are definitely a racist!


Karin said...

Wow. All yes. What does THAT make me? ;)

Jerry said...

Yep, here it is in graphical format:

Obama Disagreement Flowchart

Bob said...

Yup, that about sums it up.

No, that doesn't make you a bad person -- just someone who needs re-education.

The Flyer said...

Don't you mean "indoctrination"? No, wait, that's what they do to kids who don't know better yet. So, yeah, "re-education".

Mrs. Who said...

Gee...I didn't know a racist was someone who utilized freedom of speech!

Rita said...

Remember the "good old days" when racists where people who didn't like people of a different race? I do.

When MLK said, "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."

I naively believed that as long as I held true to his vision, that would not make me a racist.

But now it seems that the last 7 words of Dr. Martin Luther King's speech have been forgotten by the people would want to call me a racist if I judge by their character regardless of their skin color.

Karin said...

Old definition of racism: Prejudice, antagonism, and/or discrimination directed against someone of a different race.

New definition of racism: Disagreeing with someone of a different race. Or a different political persuasion. Or basically just disagreeing with those in power.

Wonder how Webster feels about that?