July 31, 2008

Hyuck, Hyuck: Obama Campaign Easily Feeds "McCain Racist Miscegenation" Storyline to NYT
— Ace

Not exactly a tough sell, now is it?

The presumptive Republican nominee has embarked on a bare-knuckled barrage of negative advertising aimed at belittling Mr. Obama. The most recent ad compares the presumptive Democratic nominee for president to Britney Spears and Paris Hilton — suggesting to voters that he’s nothing more than a bubble-headed, publicity-seeking celebrity.

The ad gave us an uneasy feeling that the McCain campaign was starting up the same sort of racially tinged attack on Mr. Obama that Republican operatives, some of whom work for Mr. McCain now, ran against Harold Ford, a black candidate for Senate in Tennessee in 2006. That assault, too, began with videos juxtaposing Mr. Ford with young, white women.

Mr. Obama called Mr. McCain on the ploy, saying, quite rightly, that the Republicans are trying to scare voters by pointing out that he “doesn’t look like all those other Presidents on those dollar bills.’’

But Rick Davis, Mr. McCain’s campaign manager, had a snappy answer. “Barack Obama has played the race card, and he played it from the bottom of the deck,” he said. “It’s divisive, negative, shameful and wrong.’’

The retort was, we must say, not only contemptible, but shrewd. It puts the sin for the racial attack not on those who made it, but on the victim of the attack.

It also — and we wish this were coincidence, but we doubt it — conjurs up another loaded racial image.

The phrase dealing the race card “from the bottom of the deck” entered the national lexicon during the O.J. Simpson saga. Robert Shapiro, one of Mr. Simpson’s lawyers, famously declared of himself, Johnny Cochran and the rest of the Simpson defense team, “Not only did we play the race card, we dealt it from the bottom of the deck.”

If you listened to Rick Davis defending himself from Obama Communications Director Andrea Mitchell below, you know the Obama campaign has been peddling the "racial attack" storyline to the media (and bottomdwelling bloggers, of course) for two days.

This is what Obama does. Hillary supporters were driven bonkers by this during the primaries. On the surface, Obama pretends to be post-racial, while actually making expressly racial appeals on occasion.

But it's behind the scenes where he plays the race card again and again. He know it will backfire if he himself is out there screaming racism with all the subtlety of Al Sharpton waiting for a cab. So instead he gets his surrogates to do it for him -- while his top advisers frantically dial the media all day trying to get them to do Obama's dirty work for them.

And usually, the media is more than happy to play campaign coordinator for Obama.

Just ask Hillary.

Question: Does the media have the responsibility to report on what stories a campaign is pushing to them secretly? I realize this is hypothetical, since they'll never drop dime on their beloved Obama.

But if a campaign consistently denies it's making racially-tinged attacks on an opponent, while secretly pushing those attacks every hour to media allies, doesn't the media have a responsibility to report on what the campaign is really doing, hidden from public view?

Or does the media consider itself an actual, formal partner in Obama's election campaign?

Everyone in the MSM knows damn well that the Obama campaign is pushing the racial appeals behind the scenes. They know that, because they're the ones getting the frantic calls from Obama's people "suggesting" such storylines.

How long is the media going to continue this charade? How long will they falsely portray Obama as post-racial and trans-racial when they know damn well the campaign is hyper-racial on phone calls with them, explicitly attempting to racialize just about every issue and ad and statement that Obama gets peeved about?

Or is this just their Special Little Secret with their Special Little Friend?


Racist Organization Insinuates That Obama Will Steal Their White Women: Why, just look at this hypersexual shot of a white woman with face cast dangerously close to Obama's swarthy nethers!

That's from this racist political organization.

Thanks to BumperStickerist.

Posted by: Ace at 01:32 PM | Comments (63)
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1 And usually, the media is more than happy to play campaign coordinator for Obama.

Which is a Kiss of Death. I'd rather let Rodney Dangerfield do my LASIK surgery.

Posted by: runninrebel at July 31, 2008 01:38 PM (0n9wc)

2

If ace would like to play into this, here's a chance: 

 I took a look at Barack's website and found this campaign photo showing a white woman staring *up* admiringly at Senator Obama's crotch?

http://origin.barackobama.com/photos/index.php?set=On_the_Trail&image=2

I mean, geez, what possible subliminal that may or may not be reminiscent of something else is Barack Obama's campaign staff saying with that?

 

Posted by: BumperStickerist at July 31, 2008 01:41 PM (UeP9e)

3 Oops, there's that "powerful-people-calling-their-media-mogul-friends-to-change-the-news" thing again.

Posted by: The Obvious at July 31, 2008 01:43 PM (1g+FW)

4

man, I hate it when I have a series of ministrokes while posting a comment.

But seriously, hands on hips ... a white chick in the foreground ... all that's needed is for Big John Slade to make an appearance.

Posted by: BumperStickerist at July 31, 2008 01:43 PM (UeP9e)

5

The O must have really bad internals on their polling if they are trying this crap already.  He's not even the nominee yet.

Pour it on Mav.  Bleed him slow.

Posted by: toby hussein 928 at July 31, 2008 01:44 PM (evdj2)

6

Go for it.  This is going to backfire like nobody's business.  People are sick of this shit.

Posted by: IreneFingIrene at July 31, 2008 01:45 PM (ZTDVK)

7 Rick Davis needs to front the Obama people and ask "Does Obama approve of this message?". Instead of surrogate attacks, let's see if the Chosen One is willing to come forward on his own.

Posted by: GarandFan at July 31, 2008 01:49 PM (eJ32B)

8 Wow. He's black? I thought his Mom was white. Is he ashamed of her?  Nice catch on the pic, bumperstickerist

Posted by: Frank G at July 31, 2008 01:51 PM (P0rQD)

9 The problem for the Obama campaign is that if they start playing the race card over the most trivial criticism, the public will quickly grow numb to it. Plus McCain has been in the public eye for a long time, and is widely respected even if he's not loved Obama-style. He just doesn't seem like a racist kind of guy, so it's going to be hard to knock his support down with these kind of accusations.

Posted by: Maetenloch at July 31, 2008 01:53 PM (hn7Rm)

10 For those who've forgotten the whole Harold Ford thing, the ads in question were about how Ford went to a Playboy party... the subliminal message, of course, being that sex-crazed darkies are threatening the purity of our white, uhhh, Playboy bunnies.  As you might expect, this interpretation was a mite controversial at the time, but as you can see from the article it has now become an unquestioned fact.

Irene already said the other thing I was going to add, so it's all good.

Posted by: Cerebral Paul Z. at July 31, 2008 01:56 PM (BOQRp)

11 I just read the full NYT editorial and I must say that it's not exactly surprising that the Times is circling the bowl. After all, how does one get from this: "The presumptive Republican nominee has embarked on a bare-knuckled barrage of negative advertising aimed at belittling Mr. Obama. The most recent ad compares the presumptive Democratic nominee for president to Britney Spears and Paris Hilton — suggesting to voters that he’s nothing more than a bubble-headed, publicity-seeking celebrity." To this: "The ad gave us an uneasy feeling that the McCain campaign was starting up the same sort of racially tinged attack on Mr. Obama that Republican operatives, some of whom work for Mr. McCain now, ran against Harold Ford, a black candidate for Senate in Tennessee in 2006. That assault, too, began with videos juxtaposing Mr. Ford with young, white women." In the space of two paragraphs? Because there were white women in both they must be secret code for black people suck?! What type of logic does one have to employ to get to these kinds of conclusions?!

Posted by: ECM at July 31, 2008 01:57 PM (q3V+C)

12 When the crakas push too hard, too often, Dolemite will have to come and straighten that shit out. 

Posted by: LF Mayor at July 31, 2008 01:58 PM (AkPCZ)

13

Let him play his little racist games- the people who vote will be faced with a totally new experience- a candidate who may have a particularly nasty axe to grind on them. 

Michelle, Rev. Wright, Ludicrous- but Barry is Totally different.

Captain Bullshit indeed.

McCain needs to say he  feels embarrassed and sorry for BO racist rants - make him look like the incredible shrinking egomaniac. 

Posted by: jjshaka at July 31, 2008 01:58 PM (yyEf9)

14

For those who've forgotten the whole Harold Ford thing, the ads in question were about how Ford went to a Playboy party... the subliminal message, of course, being that sex-crazed darkies are threatening the purity of our white, uhhh, Playboy bunnies. 

You can watch the ad in question here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkiz1_d1GsA

I thought it was brilliant, especially because everything it said about Ford was actually true. The racists and anti-racists are going to see what they want to see in it, but for most people the taxes were the damning part.

Posted by: Maetenloch at July 31, 2008 02:09 PM (hn7Rm)

15

McCain needs to say he  feels embarrassed and sorry for BO racist rants - make him look like the incredible shrinking egomaniac. 

That's a pretty good message. I wish McCain was that bare-knuckled.

Posted by: adolfo_velasquez at July 31, 2008 02:14 PM (8izWx)

16

"...but for most people the taxes were the damning part."

"Taxes" is racist code for black dudes partying with white chicks with boob jobs.

Posted by: Reiver at July 31, 2008 02:16 PM (NXkVF)

17

"Question: Does the media have the responsibility to report on what stories a campaign is pushing to them secretly?...."

The question assumes that the media believes they are imapartial. For all the complaints from the right about the blatant bias, the media has never once come out and said that we are right, they are biased toward one candidate/party. But they are so blatant about it. Do they really need to say anything at all? Don't their actions and comments tell us right to our faces, whether the actual words we want to hear, just once, are spoken at all?

Going forward, everyone on the right need only assume that anything coming out of Andrea Mitchell's mouth or Matt Lauer's, et al, is for the purpose of promoting a left agenda. Then we can finally put them on ignore and stop worrying so much about what they say and do. They are never going to give the full story if it conflicts with their agenda/template. They are never going to include our side of the story. They are being paid to be biased or they wouldn't have jobs.

Posted by: CozMark at July 31, 2008 02:26 PM (GX4F0)

18 This would be the same Times that ran the 'Love Lobbyist' story, right, leading the charge on this one?

Posted by: Stinky Esposito at July 31, 2008 02:28 PM (MMC8r)

19 #17

When I was in student government in college, I had to learn a bit of PR work from some professionals.  One of them remarked to me:

"Do you know what the No. 1 reason given for choosing journalism as a profession is?

No.

It's either "to make a difference" or "to make the world a better place".  Remember that, your average reporter has the exact same viewpoint of their job as a mid-level Sierra Club or political campaign drone. Expect coverage and results accordingly."

Posted by: Techie at July 31, 2008 02:38 PM (aOlMr)

20

Say it's only a paper moon,
Sailing over a cardboard sea.
But it wouldn't be make-believe
If you believed in me.

Come on, media sing it with me!  You know the tune!  It describes your lives!

Without your love,
It's a honky-tonk parade.
Without your love,
It's a melody played in a penny arcade.

It's a Barnum and Bailey world
Just as phony as it can be
But it wouldn't be make-believe
If you believed in me.

Big finish guys!  Big Finish!


 

Posted by: Mikey NTH at July 31, 2008 02:50 PM (TUWci)

21 Put our pigment enhanced candidate in a Ron Artest shirt, front row at the palace of Auburn Hills with a blinging watch, some rings and a pack of Menthol Kools backed up by size thirteen shoes and season tickets and he'll have enough white women pulling the lever for him it'll look like snow in July. Pun intended.

Just proves:

Racism is okay as long as it flows from the Annointed One, not when it runs the other way.

Only a cracker, not a white girl by the way, can be a racist. Jesse Jackson and his ilk are 'down for the cause' not poverty pimping sludgebags. Nor racists.

Anytime The Kools Smoker points out his race it's cool...when others who are not him do it, they're racist scum.
Any questions?

Posted by: Kwame, D-Town Poverty Pimp at July 31, 2008 03:19 PM (jqjPw)

22 Jes keepin it real... real dumb.

Posted by: Kwame, D-Town Poverty Pimp at July 31, 2008 03:26 PM (jqjPw)

23

I wish McCain would come out and say, "If Barrack is looking for racists, he need look no further than the racist church he attended with his wife and children for 20 years."

Fuck it.  It's true.  Take the gloves off.  I hate McCain, but FUCK THIS SHIT. 

Posted by: Warden at July 31, 2008 03:37 PM (ns3Vg)

24 I assume that McCain knew Obama would do this shit and he's counting on it to motivate the conservative base?

Posted by: Holdfast at July 31, 2008 03:45 PM (Gzb30)

25

>How long is the media going to continue this charade?

Until Obama leaves office after his second term.

Posted by: Jones at July 31, 2008 03:48 PM (KOkrW)

26 "The phrase dealing the race card “from the bottom of the deck” entered the national lexicon during the O.J. Simpson saga."

Uhm, "dealing from the bottom of the deck" is a pretty well known phrase, and has been for quite a bit longer than since the O.J. Simpson "saga."  Just sticking 'race' in front of card hardly makes it a new phrase; it's clearly just a riff on an old one.  And the idea that this slight modification "entered the national consciousness" as a discrete entity is entirely retarded.

Reading the NYT these days (along with the rest of the paper press) is like watching a wooly mammoth flail around in a tar pit as it slowly sinks into oblivion.  Except that I'd feel sorry for the mammoth.

Posted by: Ken Begg at July 31, 2008 04:31 PM (URThE)

27 New York Times? Is that a new political blog or something? What's their URL?

Posted by: Roy at July 31, 2008 05:06 PM (YzDag)

28 "Until Obama leaves office after his second term."

... eight to ten years from now.

Posted by: Stoop Davy Dave at July 31, 2008 05:16 PM (D2MAe)

29

Obama is being dragged by the McCain advertising pickup truck. See our 12-page spread this Saturday.

Posted by: PInch Sulzberger at July 31, 2008 05:23 PM (i+Nr/)

30 BTW, John Edwards who?

Posted by: PInch Sulzberger at July 31, 2008 05:26 PM (i+Nr/)

31 Playing the race card against Amahdinejad is going to look pretty fucking stupid, Barry.  What a plebe.

If he's this big a candy-ass that he has to hide behind this sham of crying 'racism' this early in the campaign, how's he going to stand up to people who actually would be fine with wiping your country off the map?

Posted by: Stinky Esposito at July 31, 2008 05:53 PM (MMC8r)

32 OT, but oh so sweet.

Pro-Gun mole penetrates antigun groups' leadership for years.

... But these two Marys share a lot in common — a Mother Jones investigation has found that McFate and Sapone are, in fact, the same person. And this discovery has caused the leaders of gun violence prevention organizations to conclude that for years they have been penetrated — at the highest levels — by the NRA or other pro-gun parties. "It raises the question," says Paul Helmke, the president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, "of what did she find out and what did they want her to find out."

.... rise from a street protester to a figure known nationally within his movement. She became a leader of Pennsylvanians Against Handgun Violence and later a board member of Ceasefire Pennsylvania. According to staffers at several gun violence prevention groups, she worked on the Million Mom March in 2000, when hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated in Washington, DC, to demand stricter gun laws.

She joined the board of Freedom States Alliance, a network of nine state-based gun control organizations. At States United to Prevent Gun Violence, a nationwide coalition of anti-gun groups, she was the director of federal legislation, an unpaid position that placed her in charge of the outfit's lobbying efforts in Washington. In that role, she collaborated with national organizations including the Brady Campaign and the Violence Policy Center.....

In 2005, McFate ran for a board position at the Brady Campaign, which would have placed her in the inner sanctum of the nation's most prominent gun control group. {...snip...} McFate lost the election, but she did not give up. Several months ago, she told Paul Helmke that she was interested in an appointed board position for the Brady Campaign. (Helmke recalls that he was concerned about placing her on his board because she was already deeply connected to other groups. "I didn't push the idea," he says.) In 2007, she attended a summit convened by the International Association of Chiefs of Police that aimed to develop a strategy for reducing gun violence. As an advocate working with both state and national groups, she was privy to the gun control movement's community's internal deliberations and in a position to know what was happening throughout the movement.

"She's been active in everything and involved in every single major gun violence prevention organization," says Barbara Hohlt, executive director of States United to Prevent Gun Violence.

Posted by: IllTemperedCur at July 31, 2008 06:04 PM (Ds4I5)

33 I must admit Barack has that special rare gift of a politician looking interested while he pretends to listen to people on the campaign trail.

Hillary had that stupid smile and would cackle while with her supporters. McCain looks impatient and irritated. But Obama genuinely looks interested while listening to all those whiny fucking lefty asswipes. I don't know

I guess he's thinking of all the white pussy he's going to get while in the White House.

Yep, I went there.

Posted by: Bart at July 31, 2008 06:08 PM (EUTgu)

34

"The presumptive Republican nominee has embarked on a bare-knuckled barrage of negative advertising aimed at belittling Mr. Obama... suggesting to voters that he’s nothing more than a bubble-headed, publicity-seeking celebrity."

My Dear Moonbats,

Behold the correct definition of the concept of "Speaking Truth to Power".

Posted by: sherlock at July 31, 2008 06:12 PM (ojW85)

35

He just finished an embarassing trip to Germany and his transition from messiah to president did not work so he played the race card. Who didn't see this coming? Racism does not mean anything anymore and it is as weak an attack as a republican accusing a democrat of hating christianity.  

 

It must feel weird to be that guy. Can you imagine spending everyday telling people about your new politics even though it is all bullshit. How would you feel saying you are the end of cynicism even though the only reason you are saying it is because you think that is what people want to hear and you will say anything to get elected. If I was that guy I would hate myself.

Posted by: bleh at July 31, 2008 06:27 PM (GNCy6)

36
Obama is wearing pleated pants. What a twerp.

Posted by: Steve (aka Ed Snate) at July 31, 2008 06:46 PM (kvGk4)

37

I tend to think that the media orgy has a not-too-distant expiration date attached to it.

Sure, they love Obama, but they love themselves more and, in their world, nothing is more important than a scoop, or the pretense at detecting the subtle nuances that no other reporter was capable of detecting.

At some point, one of them will seperate themself from the pack and go on the assault (sure, they'll wait until it's too late to do harm) and declare that they've discovered something that distinguishes them as the truly objective reporter. And, when that reporter personality does so, the rest will fall in line to avoid the appearance of riding a dead horse and admitting that the other reporter personality  knew more than they.

Right now, all of them are carrying water and the faolks that tag along with the camera crews are simply blending in with the background with all the others.

And we know that, that simply will not suffice.

Posted by: jmflynny at July 31, 2008 07:13 PM (0CMGe)

38 Rick Davis had a "snappy" answer?

Snappy sounds like code for "white."


btw, is "Bart" too close to "Black?" They both start with "B" and I don't want to offend anyone.

Posted by: Bart at July 31, 2008 07:31 PM (EUTgu)

39 btw, is "Bart" too close to "Black?" They both start with "B" and I don't want to offend anyone.

It was good enough for 'Blazing Saddles,' and no one's offended by that.

Posted by: Stinky Esposito at July 31, 2008 07:36 PM (MMC8r)

40

"Or does the media consider itself an actual, formal partner in Obama's election campaign?"

Yes.

ECM, I did a double-take too.

The Times says, in effect: McCain likened Barack H. Obama to the most vapid, do-nothing celebrities of the moment. This was a bare-knuckled racist attack.

Evidently us readers are expected to just glide over that. --Hey, the Times says it, so it must make SOME kinda sense.

They must be desperate.

Posted by: Erwin Hussein O'Barry at July 31, 2008 07:43 PM (HU4xc)

41 It was good enough for 'Blazing Saddles,' and no one's offended by that.

hahaha, not everyone was happy about that.

Posted by: Bart at July 31, 2008 07:54 PM (EUTgu)

42 Do you think you'd see this today on TV?

Posted by: Bart at July 31, 2008 07:58 PM (EUTgu)

43 Isn't one of McCain's kids black? Likely he'd toss around raaacist stuff then, iddn't it? I've seen that silly ad 2 or 3 times -- I didn't catch the raaaacist angle at all. Guess I'm just a clinger at heart.

Posted by: Faye Kinnitt at July 31, 2008 08:00 PM (l1oyw)

44 Hey, where all the white women at?

If you report I said that, you're a racist.

Posted by: Sheriff Bartrack Obama at July 31, 2008 08:16 PM (aUnAW)

45

Posted by: Warden at July 31, 2008 08:37 PM (ns3Vg)

Amen.

Posted by: MlR at July 31, 2008 09:24 PM (PLmsY)

46 Wow. If  Barry keeps this up, McCain just might become our next president.

I know. I shouldn't go and harsh everyone's mellow like that.

Posted by: krakatoa at July 31, 2008 09:41 PM (rZa+A)

47

pennsylvania, ohio, and michigan are going to mccain. those working class dems aint buying this shit. and obama thinks virginia is in play??  wait til they get a load of ludicris's new obama tune. this dumbass, arrogant dolt is imploding bit by bit. if mcain wasnt as inapt as he is,, he'd be leading this lightweigh by 10 points.

Posted by: spear at July 31, 2008 10:16 PM (lz88p)

48

She needn't get any closer.  Like Zeus I tell you.. 

Posted by: Mohammed Chip Hussein Jihad Shahid Mohammed at July 31, 2008 10:35 PM (sOtz/)

49 So, if the video only included black bimbos, it would not have been racist? yeah, right. Then they'd be saying "why are you only saying black people are stupid."

Actually, are there any black bimbo celebrities as bad as Paris Hilton? McCain may not have had a choice but to use white chicks.

Same with the Harold Ford ad. If that had featured a woman of color, it would have been saying he can't be with a white woman, right? Also, Harold Ford is probably the whitest looking black guy ever. Obama is like no. 2. They probably wouldn't make it even to the audition part of BlacksOnBlondes.


Posted by: Aaron at August 01, 2008 01:49 AM (wQbmG)

50 How long will they keep it up?  Until just after the election ascension of the Messiah to his rightful position.

Posted by: Hucklebuck at August 01, 2008 09:05 AM (oQLnX)

51 Obama's white mama wasn't "a typical white person".  She was one of those 60s wackos who went to university and tried desperately to live down her whiteness.  Never really succeeded, of course, but Obama counts her as a sort of semi-demi-almost-honorary black person.

Posted by: JorgXMcKie at August 01, 2008 09:46 AM (1Sf5X)

52

FEEL THE SYNERGY between lefty blogs and MSM:*

 

Joshua Marshall:

McCain gets to run the campaign he wants. Remember, he hired the operative who put together the Ford/Bimbo ad.

 

NY Times Editorial Board:

The ad gave us an uneasy feeling that the McCain campaign was starting up the same sort of racially tinged attack on Mr. Obama that Republican operatives, some of whom work for Mr. McCain now, ran against Harold Ford, a black candidate for Senate in Tennessee in 2006.


NY Times Editorial Board II:

An earlier version of this posting said that some of the operatives who worked on the anti-Harold Ford campaign now work for John McCain’s campaign. The campaign says that is not the case.

 * Synergy can cause embarassment

Posted by: CJ at August 01, 2008 12:54 PM (9KqcB)

53 "The phrase dealing the race card “from the bottom of the deck” entered the national lexicon during the O.J. Simpson saga."

I came on to post pretty much the same thing as Ken did above (#26). The phrase has been around a LOT longer than the Simpson Saga. And although most of you probably know this, I would add that the "bottom of the deck" phrase itself has nothing to do with race. It refers to card sharps stacking the deck so that the desired cards are on the bottom of the deck, and then surreptitiously dealing those bottom cards to the player the sharp wishes to have them. It's about maintaining an image while creating a deception. I guess the NYT didn't take issue with that connotation because it seems a little too accurate.

Regardless, those at the Times should know where the phrase comes from, unless they're complete idiots. So does that mean they used it simply to bring up a non-existent example of racism? If I might borrow a line from them--I wish this were coincidence, but I doubt it.

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