In an interview with Ebony magazine, film star Samuel L. Jackson revealed why he voted for Obama:
“I voted for Barack because he was black. ‘Cuz that’s why other folks vote for other people — because they look like them … That’s American politics, pure and simple. [Obama’s] message didn’t mean [bleep] to me.”
No one is really surprised by this admission.
Of course, when Whites do vote for a Black candidate, the Black candidate is an “Oreo” – “Black on the outside but White on the Inside.” They’re not “real Blacks” or “authentic Blacks.” According to many Black “leaders,” Whites consider them to be tokens that are to add a little color to the all-white décor of conservatism to show the world that they are not racists and bigots.
How does someone in your own ethnic or racial group help politically when the oath they take is to uphold the Constitution? It must mean they believe someone from their racial or ethnic class will vote contrary to the Constitution to benefit their racial or ethnic constituents.
When former New York Governor (1983–1994) Mario Cuomo considered a run for president, a number of political “experts” considered his Italian background as an advantage because he would help to secure the Italian vote. If Cuomo had been running for political office in Italy, he would have been just another Italian candidate. His Italian heritage would not have been a factor since his political opponents were also Italians.
What would a Cuomo presidency have done for Italians? Make them feel proud to be an Italian? Lower the price of pasta and sausage? Joe DiMaggio did more to make Italians feel proud of their heritage than Cuomo ever could have done. I’m full-blooded Italian. Would I have voted for Cuomo because of his Italian background? Not on your life!
I love Judge Andrew Napolitano, a person of obvious Italian descent. If the Judge were to run for political office, would I vote for him because of his Italian heritage? Not on your life. I would vote for him because of his political views and how they lined up with the Constitution. Ethnic background wouldn’t have influenced my vote.
If Italian voters should be Italian-blind, then Blacks should be color-blind. Most are not, and as a result they vote against their own long term self-interest.
I suspect that many Blacks vote for Blacks because they are anti-White. It’s about payback for years of oppression and discrimination. Consider what Jackson went on to say, using the N-word several times. You can sense his feelings of payback:
“When it comes down to it, they wouldn’t have elected a [bleep]. Because, what’s a [bleep]? A [bleep] is scary. Obama ain’t scary at all. [Bleeps] don’t have beers at the White House. [Bleeps] don’t let some white dude, while you in the middle of a speech, call [him] a liar. A [bleep] would have stopped the meeting right there and said, ‘Who the [bleep] said that?’ I hope Obama gets scary in the next four years, ‘cuz he ain’t gotta worry about getting re-elected.”
Dinesh D’Souza says this about the political motives of Barack Obama; it’s a summary of his book The Roots of Obama’s Rage:
What really motivates Barack Obama is an inherited rage — an often masked, but profound rage that comes from his African father; an anticolonialist rage against Western dominance, and most especially against the wealth and power of the very nation Barack Obama now leads. It is this rage that explains the previously inexplicable, and that gives us a startling look at what might lie ahead.
Other Blacks share Obama’s rage, support it, and vote accordingly. In the end, the nation is put at risk.