Malaise The Magnificent: Mindreader...Knows All...Sees All
Formerly Known as Jimmy Carter - Have Broad Brush - Will Travel
Don't waste money on expensive opinion polls! Just ask Malaise what people are thinking!
Carter 'Racism' Claim Draws Widespread Criticism - FoxNews.com 9/16/09
Carter: Wilson's Outburst 'Based on Racism' - AP 9/15/09
An X-Files Parody
"I think it's based on racism," Malaise said in response to an audience question at a town hall held at his presidential center
in Atlanta. "There is an inherent feeling among many in this country that an African-American should not be president." --Malaise
The Magnificent (aka Jimmy Carter) as reported by AP 9/15/09 (Translation: Any policy disagreement with Obama is racism.)
Evidently, Malaise is a regular reader of Southern Poverty Law Center propaganda and smears. Such as those quoted below...
Historical Sidebar: Many thought that Carter was unqualified to be president. Anti-Georgian bigotry? Or just empirical observation?
"Even before the campaign was over, racial rage, clearly driven by fear of a black man in the White House, began to break out
around the country." --Mark Potok, from SPLC Intel Report entitled After the Election - Winter 2008,
before listing numerous undocumented and anecdotal racism "incidents" and comments/assertions from unnamed people.
"One big difference from the militia movement of the 1990s is that the face of the federal government — the enemy that almost
all parts of the extreme right see as the primary threat to freedom — is now black. And the fact that the president is an
African American has injected a strong racial element into even those parts of the radical right, like the militias, that in
the past were not primarily motivated by race hate. Contributing to the racial animus have been fears on the far right about
the consequences of Latino immigration." --Larry Keller,
SPLC Fall 2009 report: The Second Wave: Return of the Militias
See Dan Amato's Rebuttal to the Second Wave report entitled
Hate and Slander for Profit - Dissecting the Southern Poverty Law Center Report or
get the printable PDF version here.
Note: The Second Wave report, like most all SPLC reports, attributes many "facts" and beliefs to unnamed people and unnamed sources. Example: "Many people
believe that the SPLC are a bunch of frauds and greedy con men." Then it must be true. Right? Judge for yourself; read related links below.