Monday, August 20, 2012

Michelle Obama "Niggerizes" Her Own Constituents

First Lady: ‘Bring ... That Little Lazy Friend’ to Campaign for Obama

( – Speaking at the University of Sciences in Philadelphia on Thursday, First Lady Michelle Obama encouraged attendees to recruit their "little lazy friend" to campaign for President Barack Obama’s reelection.
 “So if you’re making calls, knocking on doors, bring that friend, that little lazy friend, bring them,” Mrs. Obama said. "Bring them.

Little lazy friend. You don't get much more obvious than that. Unless you're Romney and you use the word ANGRY twice. Well, I broke the code immediately when I heard her say that in a recent speech. LAZY. That is totally code for black. Just like angry was code in Romney's speech. Toure let us all in on the coding system and how subtle and insidious it could be.

Co-host Touré saw what he believes to be explicit racial connotations beneath what Romney was saying, calling it the “niggerization” of the campaign.
“That really bothered me,” he said. “You notice he said anger twice. He’s really trying to use racial coding and access some really deep stereotypes about the angry black man. This is part of the playbook against Obama, the ‘otherization,’ he’s not like us.”
“I know it’s a heavy thing, I don’t say it lightly, but this is ‘niggerization,’” Touré said to the apparent shock of his co-panelists. “You are not one of us, you are like the scary black man who we’ve been trained to fear.”

If we would all just pay more attention to the words politicians used, we would understand how easy it is to infer racism through the careful use of "code words." Since Toure's insightful analysis and commentary of Romney using the code word ANGRY twice (which was undoubtedly because he was speaking to Republicans and we are stoopid), I have been paying a LOT more attention and these code words are being used everywhere, kittens.

Joe Biden used "y'all." Totally code.
Obama is always using "folks". Code.
Elizabeth Warren said she was Indian because her ancestor had "ridiculously high cheekbones." Are you kidding me? Code.
Al Sharpton famously said this:

That's got to be entirely in code because it's almost unintelligible.

Be on the lookout. These words are everywhere. And they totally mean more than you might think.



UPDATED FOR LINK AWARD! Joan of Argghh! linked me! She is one smart cookie, but if I say that now I'll just look conceited. So I'll say it later.

She is one smart cookie.


  1. I don't think they realize they've so reduced their base to the status of warm blooded vegetables, they don't even have the initiative to vote any longer. If nobody picks them up, waits while they vote and then brings them home, there's no way they'll miss their favorite daytime television or "44 ounce meeting" on the corner.

    I put that in quotations. I use my own code.

  2. ***warm-blooded vegetables*** HAHA! That sounds something like a platypus!!!

    What I love about Democrats is that they openly admit the stupidity and lack of initiative of their voters by insisting that voter ID laws discriminate (yeah...but only against the stupid and lazy)...and that EVERYBODY SHOULD VOTE, even when they have to be picked up and forced to vote. But once they have voted, they are too stupid to make their own decisions about anything.

    Wow. Just wow.

  3. The crazy thing is they relish this. It's perfectly acceptable to hang on the government tit, even if it means a substandard life, without any hope of advancement or obtaining personal freedom.
    Some even feel it's a right, which is total bullshit. There are no rights when the shit hits the fan. There are only winners and losers and the winners are more ambitious than lawn furniture.

    1. Truly the saddest thing about it all is that so many people are being deliberately trapped in a system of dependency and despair in order to further the ambitions of corrupt politicians.

      And they think we're the bad guys for wanting to clean it up.


  4. Don't forget "you people."

    Spot on.

    1. Hahaha! We should start a list of all the code words. I'm sure there are a lot more.

      We've got to beat this racism thing. It's ugly and divisive.

  5. Here's another: "cool"

    I think I started a list at one point and then saw something shiny. . .

    1. Damn, girl, that is fine!

      See all the code words I used there?

  6. It's hard to be a decent racist these days, they way the keep changing up the code words on me. There should be an app for smartphones, kind of like urban dictionary, that keeps us sneaky under-the-radar kind of racist up to date on all the current lingo.

    1. OMG! How helpful would THAT be? You're brilliant.