Obama and his fellow Democrat hucksters that deal in race based rhetoric, are in fact the racists. Everyone else who just want to get along with the rest of society are the ones on the sidelines in the race issue. It’s purely a Democrat gig meant to demonize and balkanize society, with the aim of using that artificially generated angst to further their political goals.
NOTE: The book itself is stereotypical of Blacks. If the author wanted to be truthful, she would have been discussing why is it, that in the exclusive Democrat run fiefdoms of the inner cities of many of the major metropolises, where exorbitant sums have been spent on social planning and welfare, Blacks still are on the bottom totem pole in economic development than other ethnic groups.
Obama biography, required reading, tells fourth-graders that white Americans are racists
Some parents in Dupo, Ill. are not happy that a biography of President Barack Obama is required reading for fourth-graders. They say the book contains a host of controversial elements, not least of which is that it casts white Americans who disagree with Obama’s politics as racist.
Fourth-grade students at Bluffview Elementary School were instructed that they would be tested and graded on the book’s contents, reports EAGnews.org.
The book, called simply “Barack Obama,” is published by Lerner Publications. The author, Jane Sutcliffe, appears to specialize in these kinds of biographies. She has written similar titles about Jesse Owens, Ronald Reagan, Sacagawea and Milton Hershey.
The book continually identifies Obama on a first-name basis. It bizarrely blames the evils of television for learning ways “to be black” that are hilariously caricatured, stereotypical and negative.
When Barry looked in the mirror, he saw a young black man. But he didn’t know how to be black. And no one was there to teach him.
He decided to act like the black characters he saw on TV. He started acting tough. He cursed. Was that what it meant to be black?
As he got older, he started smoking and drinking. He tried drugs. Was that what it meant to be black?
It’s not clear if Sutcliffe purposefully conflates being a black American with “acting tough,” cussing, “smoking and drinking” and doing drugs.