Really Tavis ?
The only thing I agree with here is the fact that the next election will be nasty and ugly. As far as racist, you can be sure the Dems will be flashing the race card at every opportunity
I would really like to know what Joy Bonehead did in a past life to carry this much guilt around that she can defend every action and statement made by Obama.
Whether or not you believe in the birth certificate theories, in my opinion the fact that so much time and energy and money was wasted keeping it out of public view tends to send a message that something is wrong. The same thought goes for College records and writings why work so hard to keep Obama's past and his ideas and values away from the American people ?
How can Joy make the claim about Obama's overwhelming brilliance when she has no clue as to anything he said or wrote while in school ?
Whoopi started out making a good point, and she was on the right track, but lost me when she went off on her tangent saying Trump is causing the rest of the world to laugh at us because he called Obama out over the birth certificate.
Are you kidding me ? After she said herself that if he would have done this a long time ago we would not be going through this Birther ordeal, and admitted Trump deserved some credit, but still had to call the entire thing racial.
Alongside this video, I see this response to Trumps news conference
So this is what it comes down to, our Country will distracted by a race war while China creeps in and takes everything we have, and we slip into a communistic way of life, the end of America, right ?
Let me send a message to Whoppi, and Baratun, and the rest of the idiots that can't help but continue to ride around on that tired old train, it really is time to get off and take a look around.
Our Nation, our Freedom, and our way of life is being attacked from all sides, and allowing people to use racism to keep us from the truth is a tactic the left is using to their advantage.
It does not take courage to point a finger and accuse racism, it takes courage to make a stand knowing you could be labeled a racist, or worse.