Could it be that the ordinary Americans who are despised by the elitist diversity kommissars at Amerika's newspaper of record are finally catching on to the Times' Dark and Sinister agenda, made plain by the ATF photo depicted in miniature at right?
It was in fact published prominently today right there on the front page - the world's most expensive publishing real estate - along with a caption that led the reader to the full article on page 16 entitled: "Obama Urges Morehouse Graduates To 'Keep Setting An Example'"
From the article :
“We know that too many young men in our community continue to make bad choices,” Mr. Obama said. “And I have to say, growing up I made quite a few myself. Sometimes I wrote off my own failings as just another example of the world trying to keep a black man down.”
“But one of the things all of you have learned over the last four years is there’s no longer any room for excuses,” the president said to the roughly 500 graduates in a downpour, his words punctuated by claps of thunder."
COTT analysis :
Historically oppressed black male student from Morehouse College - MLK's very own alma mater - listening stoically to the nation's first black president on the 50th anniversary no less of King's "I have a dream" speech, as evil racist rain drops soak his (taxpayer-paid) mortarboard, which he proudly cocks rearward in a courageous display of defiance against those forces who want to keep him and his people down - those same forces the half-Kenyan president alludes to in his speech.
Somehow I am thinking that the sick, diseased, hateful minds at the Times printed this "noble Morehouse graduate endures racist rainfall" photo as some kind of twisted-logic, other-worldly correction to an article they published three days earlier entitled "A President Tries To Regain His Footing", which featured a photo of the now-famous incident where a Marine was ordered by BO to shield Himself and the Turkish PM from the rain with umbrellas:
Even though practically every other news source on the internet was talking about this breach of protocol, and how potentially bad it made BO look, the Times did not even mention it in "A President Tries to Regain." They have either become aware of their gaffe, or are now so brazen in their contempt for non-protected groups that they are rubbing it in their readers' faces with sick, sadistic glee.
The New York Times: A Modern Day Spanish Inquisition* Since 1965
(*the S.I. as the NYT would depict it, that is. As in: wrongly).