It is not uncommon for liberals to project, that is, to accuse other people of doing what they themselves do in order to help themselves to believe that they are not what they are. Just take a look at what liberals are saying about Herman Cain and Republicans.
“One of the things about Herman Cain is, I think that he makes that white Republican base of the party feel okay, feel like they are not racist because they can like this guy,” Finney said. “I think he giving that base a free pass. And I think they like him because they think he’s a black man who knows his place. I know that’s harsh, but that’s how it sure seems to me.”
Hmmm. Then there is this:
“I think when [members of the Tea Party] can vote for a Herman Cain and hear him say the things that he says they feel like, ‘Well, you know, I can, I support this guy and…so it shows that I’m not racist and I’m supportive,’” Cummings told host David Gregory.
Gee, that’s weird. Especially coming from liberal Democrats. You know, the same liberal Democrats who, years ago, did not believe that all men were created equal but that black men and women and children were put on this Earth to serve them? The same liberal Democrats who rather than grant equal constitutional rights to blacks threw a hissy fit and tried to run away from the Union so that they could continue to oppress them? The same liberal Democrats who after they lost the Civil War resorted to forming roving bands that ran around and lynched blacks? The same liberal Democrats who, once they got the reigns of power back in the South, undid all the gains of blacks in that region and returned them to oppression. The same liberal Democrats who formed the KKK. The same liberal Democrats who fought tooth and nail against civil rights for blacks in the early 1900′s. The same liberal Democrats who called blacks human weeds and set up abortion clinics specifically for the purpose of controlling their population.
Sounds to me like it was liberal Democrats who in 2008 supported a black man, named Barack Obama, to try and purge themselves of their own feeling of guilt if you ask me.
Me on the other hand? I voted for Alan Keyes. Not because he was black. But because he was the best man running for the Presidency. There is no way, not with all the spin in the world, that you can make the argument that an arrogant, racist, community organizer from the streets of Chicago who was raised by Marxists and palled around willingly with communists then thugged his way into the Senate had anywhere near the qualifications of Mr. Keyes.
Thus, I rest my case. Liberals are indeed projecting once again. Conservatives on the other hand? We vote on merit.