The Right Wing Continues To Vet Obama As If He Hasn’t Been President For 3 Years

Ken AshfordElection 2012, Obama Opposition2 Comments

Let's see…

So last week the bid deal-i-o was that Obama, when he was a Harvard Law student in the 1990's, said something positive about Harvard Law's first tenured black professor, Derrick Bell.  This means that Obama is a radical Muslim who wants to put white people in concentration camps (and the first few years of normalcy under the Obama Administration was just a ruse to lull us crackers into a false sense of security).

And now, the diligent right-o-sphere has uncovered another bombshell.  It's from an interview Obama gave in 1990 to the (Boston) Daily Herald.  Here's the graphic from one of the websites hawking this:

That's right.  Obama said, in the interview:

“There’s certainly racism here. There are certain burdens that are placed, more emotionally at this point than concretely,” Obama said.

“Professors may treat black students differently, sometimes by being, sort of, more dismissive, sometimes by being more, sort of, careful because they think, you know, they think that somehow we can’t cope in the classroom,” he said.

Obama sees the inner cities as the front lines of racism.

“It’s critical at this stage for people who want to see genuine change to focus locally. And it is crucial that we figure out how to rebuild the core of leadership and institutions in these communities,” he said.

For five years before law school, Obama took on that task in Chicago. As the director of a program that tried to bring South Side churches, unions and block associations together on projects, Obama was not trying to solve local problems, he said. Instead he sought to construct something more lasting — a forum for the community, “I’m interested in organizations, not movements, because movements dissipate and organizations don’t,” Obama said.

America suffered when the movements of the 1960s dissipated, he said. Those movements succeeded in raising doubts about harmful traditions of sexism and racism, but failed to offer a viable alternative.

“Hopefully, more and more people will begin to feel their story is somehow part of this larger story of how we’re going to reshape America in a way that is less mean-spirited and more generous,” Obama said.

OMG!  He hates white people!!  Or…. something….

But seriously, what does the right think this will DO to Obama?  He's saying that he wants American to be less mean-spirited and more generous?  This is a BAD thing?  How does this hurt him in the upcoming election?