Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's Newspaper of Record

Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's
Newspaper of Record

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Do African Americans All Have The Same Ghost Writer?

That is a sincere question. Because every time I read The Root, or News One, or any of a number of other oeuvres penned by blacks, I am always struck by the uniqueness of their prose. That is to say they all kind of read like they were written by the exact same person.

Consider the gem below, pried loose from the home page of Carol Moseley Braun's 2011 bid for the mayorship of Chicago. (She got 9%; Rahm Emmanuel got over 55% of the vote).

Carol Moseley-Braun was the first black woman ever to sit in the United States Senate, from 1993 to 1999. She was one of only seven negroes to occupy a Senate seat since Reconstruction in 1870. Of those seven, Barack Hussein Obama was the most recent, while Miss Moseley Braun was number four.

Today in the 100-strong U.S. Senate, there are zero blacks, and only 17 females in that august chamber.

Spot the ghost writer style :
Again, then: the never-ending conundrum of black literature, with endless poor word choice and  everywhere evidence of some kind of incomprehensible, subterranean plot, possibly intergalactic plot to bring crashing down the ruling order. Nomesane?

Bonus vid : from C-Span, a March, 1995 speech by the Good Senator on the topic of Affirmative Action, viewable here.

1 comment:

Steven said...

To make an argument that all black American prose is the same, hadn't you better show more than one example?

I don't see the poor word choice. That excerpt was very well written.