Just saw a tweet by a guy who said Republicans hate brown skinned because the DREAM Act was voted down. Well, the DREAM Act is ten year old legislation recently introduced and rushed through by Dems in an attempt to pass it without debate before they lose their majority. The objections to it were people saying that they wanted time to seriously consider it and revise it if necessary because it was too important to rush through. Oh yeah, that kind of responsible leadership is bigotry. Instead of calling those people racists, we should applaud them for having the kind of responsibility our government leaders have all too often lacked of late, but yet they are being labelled bigots. This, of course, totally ignores the fact that Dems still have the majority and could have passed it if they wanted to. The House approved it. So what if the majority is higher in the House. Obviously even some Dems thought the controversial bill deserved more thought. That doesn't make them racist.
This kind of rhetoric is so common today and any true American should find it disgusting. Labelling people as bigots because they vote against legislation dealing with racial issues is absurd. Maybe there were other factors, such as, maybe it was bad legislation. Legislation has consequences which can last for generations. It should be considered carefully. It is not only unAmerican but indecent to use incendiary false accusations this way solely for political points. It makes me sick and it is as bigoted an action as what it is accusing others of. Yes, calling someone bigoted falsely is creating a bias against that person. A bias founded on no good reason. It's manipulative and a lie. And it is despicable behavior which I abhor. All decent Americans should do the same. It's become the modus operandi of politicians, particularly the Left, and I'd guess it's a big part of why the Mid-term elections came out favoring Republicans as they did.
We should all band together a demand a stop to such behavior. It needs to be stopped. It is so harmful. There is enough real racism in the world without false accusations beings sent forward to confuse the issue and take the focus off real incidents of racism which need to be addressed.
For what it's worth...