Barack Hussein Obama hasn’t even officially declared his intent to seek a second term but his attack machine is already deployed against the Republican Party with Teamsters President James Hoffa declaring all-out war against those “sons of bitches,” Vice President Biden labeling the GOP “barbarians,” and virtually every Democrat slandering Governor Rick Perry as “dumb” and accusing the Tea Party of racism and Nazism as the Anointed One remains above the fray by playing yet another round of golf. 

   It’s hard to believe it will get worse over the coming months, but it will.  Conservative Republican candidate for the presidency Herman Cain can attest to that. 

Following Cain’s speech at CPAC some months ago, Cain got a taste of the future when  Alternet.com characterized him as a “monkey in the window” and when MSNBC’s Janeane Garafolo called him “a person of color” whose candidacy was manipulated solely for the purpose of  deflecting “the racism that is inherent in the Republican party, the conservative movement, [and] the Tea Party.” 

(Janeane Garofalo at AltCom09   Just incidentally, Janeane is looking more and more dissipated lately, the consequence of either her twisted leftism or, well, of being Janeane Garafolo, or both.)    

If nothing else, it must be conceded that when liberals find hooks–such as racism and those damnable, Satanic Tea Partiers–they never let go.  And now actor Morgan Freeman has joined the insane free-for-all. 

Herman Cain suffered from racial discrimination in Georgia, went on to graduate from Morehouse College, earned a Masters of Science degree from Purdue, worked for the Department of the Navy, served as deputy chairman of the Kansas City Federal Reserve, authored four books, was the CEO of a major U.S. corporation, and supports the Tea Party.  

Morgan Freeman left Mississippi to become an actor and doesn’t, yet he is accorded more credibility than Cain by the liberal media.   

Now, why is that?            

   The 84 year old Freeman proved that singer Tony “Are We the Terrorists?” Bennett isn’t the only octogenarian who seems to have slipped into the dark  abyss of senility. 

In the interests of preserving his career, Bennett at least apologized for suggesting we caused 9/11 by bombing Muslims while Freeman has yet to apologize for his contention that Obama made racism worse in the United States, or his election did, or something like that by opening the door to, you guessed it, the racist Tea Party movement, or something like that. 

Since he tended to ramble, it’s hard to tell eactly what Freeman meant as seen in the transcript of his chat with CNN’s Piers Morgan last Friday but what’s certain is that he firmly believes the Tea Party is “going to do whatever [they] can to get this black man outta here.  It is a racist thing.” 

Asked by the more politic and cogent Morgan, evidently trying to provide the actor with a gentle reality check, “Is it not Republicans, wouldn’t that [sic] say that about any Democrat president?” Freeman responded with a few headshakers, first saying, ”No, they would have gotten rid of Bill Clinton if they could have.” 

Told by Morgan, “They tried,” Freeman rejoined, “They did try, but still.  I don’t, they’re not going to get rid of Obama either.  I think they’re shooting themselves in the head,” which, as we all know is far worse than shooting themselves in the foot. 

We also all know that Republicans didn’t leave semen stains on the Oval Office carpet or  on Monica’s blue dress or lie under oath, although, being merciful to the aged Freeman, Piers didn’t mention any of that. 

Freeman went on to elucidate as best he could the dire threat to the Republic of the Tea   Party: “Well, it just shows the weak, dark, underside of America.  We’re supposed to be better than that.  We really are.  That’s, that’s why all those people were in tears when Obama was elected president. ‘Ah, look at what we are.  Look at how, this is America.’  You know?  And then it just sort of started turning because these people [i.e. evil Tea Partiers]surfaced like  . . . stirring up muddy water.” 

Freeman hesitated after the word “like.”  He may have been thinking “like rats” but even 84 year olds know the difference between simple abuse and venomous invective. 

(See a clip of Morgan Freeman on ”Piers Morgan Tonight” here: http://bit.ly/n0bJwW.) 

To again clarify if I may, the tears and jubilation on the night of November 4th, 2008 were less expressions of joy in and for a new America than they were expressions of tearful joy that African-Americans had elected, as my mother used to say, “one of our own.”  My mother was not African-American but an Irish-American who was happy over the election in 1960 of the first Catholic Irish-American, happy but not tearfully so.  

The highly-accomplished, highly-successful Cain hit the Freeman nail not into the head or foot of the award-winning actor/director Morgan Freeman but into the leftist hysteria-driven terror of the Tea Party when he made some observations to Neil Cavuto on FNC. 

Cain wasn’t at all offended by Freeman’s allegations of Tea Party racism since he doubted Freeman had ever attended a Tea Party gathering, implying the actor didn’t know what he was talking about, and Cain acknowledged that Freeman may have played a president but added, “Oh. Great, yeah, in a movie.  This is real life out here on the campaign trail, man.  This is not a movie.” (http://bit.ly/oVNy8u)  

Indeed, the campaign for the presidency of the United States is far from a movie.  It is a real life struggle for the future of our country and people like Morgan Freeman who have spent their lives pretending to be other people are hardly in a position to be passing uninformed judgments on the Tea Party movement which is dedicated to a future, almost any future, for America.