Thursday, March 29, 2012

Who's Politicizing Trayvon Martin?

Yesterday, Stephanie Cutter from the Obama campaign,decided it was time to accuse the Republicans of politicizing Trayvon Martin's death. Nothing could be further from the truth. The only ones playing politics with the death of a 17 year child is Obama and the democrats. This is an outrage that an Obama spokesman could be on television spouting outright lies. Sanford, Florida, is a powder keg waiting to go off, Obama weighed in in his narcississtic way and she has the nerve to accuse Republicans of politiciizing the issue while defending Obama as issuing a heartfelt statement.

Here are the facts; The New Black Panther party issued a "wanted dead or alive" poster on George Zimmerman. Jesse Jackson called it "Blacks are Under attack", Obama said " if he had a son, he would look like Trayvon, Al Sharpton is running around crying racisim, Representative Bobby Rush (D-IL), went on the house floor yesterday sporting a grey hoodie, Spike Lee retweeted an adress of where he thought George Zimmerman lived. Now what do all of these people have in common? That's right people, they are all liberals associated with the Democratic party and support Obama. The people trying to make political hay from this issue are the democrats. I don't see the black race baiters out there trying to calm the situation in Sanford, FL. Nope these very same people are out there inciting riots and hailing violence. I don't here them out there saying "hey look, lets let the investigation happen and see where it leads". No way it doesn't play into the racial political lines.

I can't believe Obama hasn't come out and told his supporters to stop playing political games. Instead he sends his spokesman out to blame the Republicnas for politicizing the issue. I guess we need a new name for POTUS. Obama is CLOTUS, or chief liar of the United States. Stop politicizing the tragic death of a 17 year old. Let the facts come out as they may.

Please view the following links courtesy of Real Clear Politics.

Corrine Brown

Bobby Rush

Stephanie Cutter

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