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The Biggest Entitlement of All

-by Scott Rohter, November 2011

"If you scratch the surface of Barack Obama, you will find that underneath
he is neither black nor white. He is Communist red."

Democrats think that Barack Obama deserves a second term in office, and if he doesn’t get it, then America must be a racist country.  In their view he is entitled to another four years in office, just because he is the first black President of the United States.  After all, George Bush had two terms.  So if George Bush served eight years in office, then Barack Obama by golly should have eight years in office too!  At least that’s what they think! And if Barack Obama doesn’t get re-elected in 2012, then it must be only because America is a racist nation. It couldn't possibly be because his policies are so far to the left that most Americans don't agree with them, and that many of those who voted for him in 2008 are disappointed, and don't want to give him another opportunity to further destroy our country! Could it? 

I can already hear the false charges of racism reverberating around in the twisted little intellects of those who manufacture such falsehoods, in order to earn their living from dividing our country. Stoking the fires of racism across the land are Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan, Maxine Walters, the NAACP, the ACLU, and the Southern Poverty Law Center. Therefore, I have coined a new term to accurately describe this disorder, which has not yet found its way into the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.  I call it EDD. This stands for Entitlement Dysfunction Disorder.  Anybody who thinks that they are entitled to something that they didn’t earn, and therefore don’t deserve, suffers from EDD.  The symptoms of EDD are many, and diverse.  They range from Black Reparations Syndrome , to a belief in the redistribution of wealth!  Many African Americans who are registered Democrats typically fall into this group.  They are still so busy hating white society for past injustices, and for today’s real or imagined insults, that they can’t seem to notice how the whole playing field has literally shifted under their feet!  They are so busy overcompensating for actual feelings of self-loathing, or inferiority, that their pride won't let them notice that they are the only ones left who still feel that they are in any way, shape, or form, inferior!  Their whole identity, and the entire Black Pride Movement, which began in the 1960s with Malcolm X, is so wrapped up in hate (hate for whites, and even hate for themselves in some cases) that they actually can’t see clearly!  If they didn’t harbor all of this hate, which reminds them of who they are NOT, then some of them actually wouldn’t know who they are!  Unfortunately, they define themselves as much by who they are not (white), as by who they are (black)!  How unfortunate that is! It’s time for them to put the hate down, and open their eyes. There used to be many reasons why someone might want to keep their eyes closed. But not any more. We have made so many great strides in our country. It's time for those people to open their eyes once again. The same God that created black people, also created white people and brown people too! God is color blind. Love is color blind. Hate is just plain blind!

"The truth, the political truth, and nothing but the political truth.
A journalist has no better friend than the truth."
- Scott Rohter

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