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Thursday, March 8, 2012

'Critical Race Theory' may force Romney to say 'Outrageous things about the President'

Earlier this week, during an interview with Larry Kudlow, Mitt Romney promised that he would "not say outrageous things about the president" but that was before the first in what promises to be a long line of bombshells about Obama come out that will serve to do what Romney has said he will not do - identify the president for who  he is.

First up, the video with Kudlow via RCP:

Last December, while appearing on the O'Reilly Factor, Romney refused to call Obama a "socialist" when given the chance:

Now, with the release of the first Breitbart video, we have the strongest evidence yet that Obama was an advocate of Critical Race Theory. According to former Justice Department Attorney, J. Christian Adams, CRT seems to explain a lot about the racially biased nature of the Obama administration in general and the Justice Department in particular.
Critical Race Theory does not view the law as applying equally to all Americans, but advocates for racially unfair implementation of the law to right past injustice.

Most of the crackpot racial grievance you hear today has a philosophical foundation in Critical Race Theory.  It is a counter-American, collectivist idea. Reparations, race-based hiring and excusing New Black Panther voter intimidation are some of the evil fruits of Critical Race Theory.

Bell’s history might be insignificant if he kept it to himself.  But he didn’t. He used his professorship to export this worldview to students--students like Obama, who later used their teaching posts to bring Bell's views to the next generation.

In the Obama tapes (that have been revealed so far), we find the future President calling on Harvard students to “open up your hearts, and your minds to the words of Professor Derrick Bell.”  Race relations in our country are worse off because too many people followed Obama’s advice.
Romney is obviously planning to move to the center and use the same hands-off approach to Obama that John McCain used relative to Obama's ties to Jeremiah Wright. In light of what's coming out about CRT and Obama's ties to radical professor Derrick Bell, Romney may be forced to abandon that lame strategy.

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