Thursday, October 15, 2009

Was Rush Limbaugh Targeted By Obama's Camp?

The plot thickens on the media’s character-lynching of Rush Limbaugh. Of the four stories ran on about Limbaugh’s bid for the Rams (October 6, October 12, October 15, and another October 15) none of them mention that NFL Players Association Executive Director DeMaurice Smith served as council to Attorney General Eric Holder and member of Barack Obama’s transition team.The October 12 article references Smith’s anti-Limbaugh email meant to garner opposition against the radio host’s.
Who else in the 0bama administration has been involved in this because you know it doesn't stop here? I bet there have been phone calls, e-mails and text messages from someone(s) in the White House using channels that avoid official record-keeping. Smith is bad enough but more is likely. Hasn't the White House stated such in its semi-declared war against conservative political shows?

Has anybody noticed that Obama "The Uniter" has been anything but? In my opinion race relations are worse than they ever were. Race seems to be a factor in everything these days and some blacks seem to think that Obama's presence in the WH empowers them to throw there weight around and make all kind of racial accusations. Personally, I think that more whites WILL be feeling some anger against blacks before Obama gets through.
DeMaurice Smith, the Exec. Director of the NFL Players Assn., has never played one minute of football at any level...especially in the NFL.

He has never been the Coach of a Pro Football team, nor has he ever held any other position in pro sports except to be a participant in 'kick boxing', in which I think he has suffered one too many kicks to the head.

What qualifies him for his present position except that he is black and has a big mouth.

Also, where is his law degree from that would qualify him to act as 'council' to the Attorney General of the United States ? Something stinks here folks.

Another Van Jones ?

1 comment:

  1. You have pointed out the keystone in the Oblama failure. He has summarily set race relations back about 30-35 years. Anecdotally, I don't think Americans have been this polarized since the media drove the Vietnam war wedge.

    My, my ... he oughtta be proud.