A racist can be defined as “a person who believes in racism, the doctrine that a certain human race is superior to any or all others.”

Lodging the accusation of racism against people who are not racists is vile and despicable, yet in recent years the race card has been thrown around like confetti by certain media types and politicians, especially against conservatives and those Americans who want a small, efficient government. In the debate on immigration reform,  people who disagree with a path to citizenship for illegal aliens can find themselves branded a racist or even a potential domestic terrorist.

The goal of playing the race card is to silence freedom of speech and intimidate Americans who dare to disagree or who speak truth to power. Playing the race card also buries the facts about the immigration crisis—created by Washington, Republicans and Democrats alike. Therefore, a person cannot simply disagree with President Obama and the bi-partisan senators of the Gang of Eight: Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Dick Durbin (D-IL), John McCain (R-AZ), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Bob Menendez (D-NJ), and Michael Bennet (D-CO),  Jeff Flake (R-AZ), and Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) path to citizenship policy for illegal aliens based on the actual policy—no, any opposition has to be based on Obama’s skin color or an alleged hatred of Latinos otherwise America will see how the emperors have no clothes.

Do not be deceived. Playing the race card is a tactic straight out of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. “As Alinsky wrote: “The pressure that gave us our positive power was the negative of racism in a white society. We exploited it for our own purposes.” Notably, Alinsky dedicated his book to Lucifer.

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