LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Crying ‘racist’ ignites resentment

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Today Obama supporters in the media are still using the race card constantly about anything and everything. Just this week I saw a video clip from MSNBC of anchor Melissa Harris-Perry woman anchor was calling everyone who uses the term Obamacare a racist (“MSNBC host: Obamacare a ‘wealthy white men’ racist word,” Web, Dec. 9). Isn’t it funny how we didn’t hear anything like this prior to the health care law’s disastrous debu?

As for constantly calling everyone a racist, the result of telling a lie many, many times is that people start to believe the lie or lose interest. Being called racist is also starting wear thin and people are starting to change from being affected by the guilt trip that has been laid on them for so many years to a feeling of resentment. Just what is it that these race baiters want?

Lambertville, N.J.

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