Plantation running Democrats smile on.
So anyone on the opposite side of the aisle, myself included, who disagrees with Obama’s policies, is to be compared with the KKK? Folks, this is why Obama, a second year back bench senator, was tapped by the radical democrat leadership to run for the presidency. Using the race card to deflect (justified) criticism of his highly extremist leftist policies has been the idea all along, and country be damned.
NOTE: I now place Hank Aaron into the same category of race baiting athletes with Mohammed Ali.
Hammerin’ Hank can still swing for the fences.
Hank Aaron, who was celebrated Tuesday night in Atlanta on the 40th anniversary of breaking Babe Ruth’s all-time home run record, compared Obama critics to the KKK as he opened up about the state of race relations in an interview with USA Today.
The Braves legend, who told the newspaper he still has the bigoted letters and death threats he received during his pursuit of one of baseball’s most cherished records, said that little has changed despite the decades that have passed.
“The biggest difference is that back then they had hoods,” Aaron said. “Now they have neckties and starched shirts.”
Aaron said he keeps the hate mail to remind himself that not everything has changed.