Team Obama and Sharpton
Tevya is at the Table
Good Morning, Breakfastpoppers. Today is Wednesday, November 19, 2014. Our dear friend, Wasp Tevya, is at the breakfast table. Tevya is troubled by the influence Rev. Al Sharpton seems to think he has on President Obama and his policies and decisions. If Rev. Al is even half right, oy vey! Please join us for breakfast this morning. Tevya is preparing a fabulous batch of potato pancakes with applesauce. I will be serving Irish Whiskeys. See you soon. Tevya has a lot on his mind.
Meetings and Greetings
Thank you all for joining me this morning. I nearly had a nervous breakdown when I learned that the Rev. Al Sharpton is now considered a Washington insider. I wouldn't let him in my home, so it is very troubling to realize that President Obama opened the white House to a guy who lives to stir up trouble or create it from scratch if it's a slow day in the racism department. Just two days after the election, President Obama met with Sharpton. Weeks later Sharpton met with Loretta Lynch. The meetings and the characters strike me as troubling. Is it possible that Al Sharpton has somehow engineered the appointment of Loretta Lynch for Attorney General? Yes, dear breakfastpoppers, it's entirely possible. It appears that Sharpton knew Holder was stepping down before I did. Now that's insulting! In fact, Sharpton was so in love with his welcome at the White House that he went around blabbing about it. What a guy!
Remembering Rev. Al
I don't want the title of this section of my hub to suggest thst Rev. Al is among the dearly departed. He is alive, well and apparently a frequent and welcome visitor in the White House. Bebe Netanyahu and the Dali Lama were treated like trash by President Obama, but Rev. Al is golden. Rev. Sharpton has devoted his life to complicating already complex racial issues. It is his bread and butter. I mean what would Rev. Al do with his time if blacks and whites actually got along all the time? He could get a real job and pay back the millions of dollars he owes in taxes! To think that the President of the United States trusts this man when it comes to race issues is terrifying. It's like asking the late Osama bin Laden to advise President Obama on how to stop a jihad. I remember when Rev. Al Sharpton suddenly gained respectability in the eyes of the mainstream media. It was a dark, dark day in history. He ran for the Democratic nomination in 2004. He may not have won the nomination but the idiotic press fell in love with the man. Suddenly he was acceptable.
Apparently, the MSM and Washington forgot all about the ugly Tawana Brawley case in 1987. If anyone out there needs a quick refresher, here it is. Tawana Brawley, a black teenager, claimed that she had been assaulted and raped by six white men. After months of grand jury testimony it was decided that she lied about the whole thing. During this debacle Rev. Sharpton accused the prosecutor of racism and rape! One of the falsely accused ended up taking his own life. Is this the type of man that should be welcome in the White House? Sharpton's biography is riddled with incidents just like this or worse. Everyone seems to know it, but President Obama somehow didn't hear about any of this. I mean, is it fair to assume that if he did, the White House open door policy would be withdrawn? I can dream, can't I? Not only was the invitation made over and over again, President Obama referred to the Rev. Al as "the voice of the voiceless and a champion for the downtrodden." You might want to take a sip or two of your Irish Whiskey about now. It will keep you from pulling your hair right out of your head!
Large and In Charge
Rev. Al is an equal opportunity insulter to anyone who isn't black. His ego is a match for President Obama's and his influence in all the wrong ways is quite similar as well. The American people would have been better served if the Secret Service dogs charged at Rev. Al before his meeting with the President. Then again, they let anyone into the White House, so why not Rev. Al!
Dear God, you made so many activists
It's no shame to be an activist
But it's no great honor either...