Not voting for Obama? Racist.

We already know it is coming and now they have “academics” backing it up….

“If my results are correct,” writes a Harvard doctoral candidate in the New York Times, “racial animus cost Mr. Obama many more votes that we may have realized.” Such bigotry deprived the president, who won decisively with 53 percent of the popular vote in 2008, of his due. But for the bigots, the president would have won up to 58 percent of the popular vote, a landslide.

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz peppers his paper with lots of learned graduate-school jargon and jive — “rational-choice theory,” “reverse causation,” “regression analysis” — but it boils down to the same old stuff Mr. Obama and his designated hitters peddled in 2008.

Go on, Mr. Harvard Doctoral Thesis Candidate…

He cites West Virginia, western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, upstate New York and southern Mississippi as the source of most racist inquiries. Once he figured out where the baddest Americans live, he could predict, using the vote for John Kerry in 2004 as benchmark and allowing for growth in number of voters, just how many votes the president should have received in 2008.

What renders all this as malarkey and moonshine is that mining Google rants and raves doesn’t reveal who actually voted, or why, or who is likely to vote again this year. Many, perhaps most, ranters are satisfied with the raving and never bother to vote.

“If my findings are correct, race could very well prove decisive against Mr. Obama in 2012,” he writes. A big “if.” But he concedes, grudgingly, the possibility that “racial prejudice will play a smaller role in 2012 than it did in 2008, now that the country is familiar with a black president

Who are the racist here?

Rarely in human history has a nation turned itself inside out and bottom side up to make amends for racial injustice. It’s the essence of authentic bigotry to ascribe evil motives this year to those who, with ample cause, prefer someone other than Mr. Obama for president. Many Democrats and their toadies in the media insist that we must shield Mr. Obama from the consequences of his incompetence simply because he’s black. So who are the racists?

For this to be true, we would have to assume not all the racists came out against Obama, he trancended race and was so AWESOME that some racist even voted for him. But those racists have had enough and they are going from Obama in ’08 to Romney in ’12 solely on race, not the economy.


Final thought: Blacks broke for Obama at a 96% and you tell me white anti-Obama voters are racist?

Barack Obama, who will be the nation’s first African-American president, won the largest share of white support of any Democrat in a two-man race since 1976

Get a grip.

5 Responses

  1. You said-Final thought: Blacks broke for Obama at a 96% and you tell me white anti-Obama voters are racist?

    I can’t let this misinformation stand, so I breaking my rule of not dignifying your comments with a response.

    Blacks also “broke for” Jimmy Carter, Walter Mondale, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and John Kerry at don’t vote based on race. Blacks vote based on agenda/political philosophy/party/content of character. Ask Artur Davis, Michael Steele, and Allen Keys.


  2. As usual you are ignorant

    Younger African American voters have been edging away from the Democratic Party in recent years. David Bositis of the Joint Center notes “a fairly long-term pattern of decreasing identification with the Democrats by younger African Americans.” Of course, it remains to be seen what the 2008 campaign will bring.

    What did it bring?

    Fully 96 percent of black voters supported Obama and constituted 13 percent of the electorate, a 2-percentage-point rise in their national turnout. As in past years, black women turned out at a higher rate than black men.

    Well, it was worse than I thought.

    Should I block your posts like you do mine?


  3. […] Alabama’s blogging racist moron, Redeye, has decided to bless my blog with her ignorant ramblings… […]


  4. Fully 985 of black voters supported Obama because he was a democrat, a 2% rise in their national turnout was icing on the cake.


  5. Yeah, I know you are incapable of understanding this but once again… Young blacks were trending away from Democrats.


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