[T]hey scream in pious racial indignation when Cain is asked questions he doesn’t want to answer.
A “high tech lynching,” said blogger Brent Bozell.
“Racially stereotypical,” sniffed Rush Limbaugh.
“I believe the answer is yes,” said Cain himself when asked on Fox if race was the cause of his woes, adding honestly, if hilariously, that he has no evidence whatsoever to back that up.
If you didn’t know better, you’d think Cain was some hybrid of Emmett Till and Kunta Kinte. Nobody knows de trouble he’s seen.
Perfect! “Anti-Racism” in the DC Empire is the equivalent of “Socialist Liberation” in the old Soviet Empire, providing idealistic cover for the regime’s oppression at home and intervention abroad. Embracing the approved ideology demonstrates one’s loyalty and nobility. So pervasive is this ideology that Jeffrey Dahmer, who was a homosexual, murderer, necrophiliac, and cannibal, felt obligated to make clear he didn’t murder and eat people because of their race.
The Ultimate Good is easily weaponized for political debate. The Establishment Right accuses those who don’t support their agenda of perpetual war of racism. Any villain who objects to US taxpayers handing over $3 billion a year to wealthy Israel MUST be “anti-Semitic.” And because some Occupy protests have denounced Israel’s treatment of Palestinians, apologists of the Establishment Right gleefully use the same accusation against Occupy Wall Street protesters.
The tragedy of this is that “racism” is a Marxist term, and using it as an accusation legitimizes the evil philosophy that created it.