Oh hey, the National Review speaks for all black people and is the leading authority of the black experience.

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    Nov 09, 2011 11:36 PM GMT
    http://gawker.com/5858047/national-review-obama-is-a-fake-black

    GawkerThe reason liberals don't like Herman Cain, the National Review's Victor Davis Hanson explains, isn't that they oppose his policies or that he's too stupid to understand his own policies. It's that he's a real black, not like that fake black Obama.

    National Review's Victor Davis Hanson[C]ain also wins greater scrutiny, not exemption, because he is blackā€”or at least a certain sort of black. [H]is voice, bearing, grammar, and diction, even his showy black cowboy hat, bother liberals in much the same way that Joe Frazier was not Muhammad Ali and Clarence Thomas was not Anita Hill. Black authenticity, as defined by Southern mannerisms and darker complexion, amplified by conservatism or traditionalism, earns liberal unease....

    His speech and manner are as genuine as Obama's are forced and often phony.... Cain is authentically African-American and of an age to remember the Jim Crow South; Obama, the son of an elite Kenyan and a white graduate student, came of age as a Hawaiian prep-schooler, whose civil-rights credentials are academic


    In other words, Black politicians be talkin' like this: 'I'm Herman Cain and I don't know shit about Ubeki-beki-beki-stan.' But fake black politicians be all like: 'I'm Barack Obama and I'm the president and I am going to socialize your health care now.'[/quote]
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    Nov 10, 2011 12:06 AM GMT
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    Nov 10, 2011 12:21 AM GMT
    Apparently the National Review isn't aiming for integrity. There are black Democratic representatives in southern states who talk and behave the same way Herman Cain does. The only difference is they are more liberal than he is.

    I suppose the blacks who fled the south and their subsequent offspring who were raised up north ceased to be authentically African-American? Lighter "African-Americans" who were still subjected to segregation and Jim Crow era laws weren't truly African Americans? Did Rosa Parks create a lie for herself, and that no one wanted her to move to the back of the bus?
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    Nov 10, 2011 12:28 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidIt's "white privilege" at work once again...


    Stay on topic. What does "white privilege" have to do with this discussion? This article is attempting to lay claim on what is a true black/African-American experience, and what isn't.

    And it failed miserably.
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    Nov 10, 2011 1:02 AM GMT
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    southbeach1500 saidIt's "white privilege" at work once again...


    Stay on topic. What does "white privilege" have to do with this discussion? This article is attempting to lay claim on what is a true black/African-American experience, and what isn't.

    And it failed miserably.


    When he knows he is wrong/in over his head, this is what he does.


    Clearly he agrees with this piece though and it's disgusting.