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November 17, 2009

Wash. Times' Pruden: Obama lacks 'blood impulse' to lead the U.S. because of mother's jungle fever

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Add this to the post-racial society pile! There was a time when racist bullsh*t like this went on in private conversation, but Washington Times editor emeritus Wesley Pruden apparently goes balls to the wall with this bit of miscegenation analysis of the background of the President of the United States. The mind-blowing snippet from Media Matters.

But Mr. Obama, unlike his predecessors, likely knows no better, and many of those around him, true children of the grungy ’60s, are contemptuous of custom. Cutting America down to size is what attracts them to “hope” for “change.” It’s no fault of the president that he has no natural instinct or blood impulse for what the America of “the 57 states” is about. He was sired by a Kenyan father, born to a mother attracted to men of the Third World and reared by grandparents in Hawaii, a paradise far from the American mainstream.


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