Sunday, October 27, 2013

A Nullification History Lesson for Jesse Jackson

The Tenth Amendment Center, October 18, 2013
Saul Alinsky, the king of community organizers, once wrote in his book Rules for Radicals that one should “pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”
There’s little in American politics that is more polarizing than race, and there’s few better at this kind of fear-mongering than Jesse Jackson.
In his recent columns, Jesse has aggressively pushed the race-card, hoping to convince the fearful that attempts to block Obamacare funding in Congress are somehow born of the same mentality held by those who wanted to preserve the institution of slavery in the 19th century.
Seriously.  You can’t make this stuff up.
Jesse might be a professional polarizer, but he’s an amateur historian, at best.  That’s really an understatement.  Seriously, the guy’s a joke when it comes to facts.
In pontificating about Obamacare, race, and slavery, Jesse tried to give a history lesson, and failed.  Miserably.
Where he really went off the rails was when he attempted to show his “expertise” on nullification.

Here’s a bit of what he had to say:

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