We have two presidential candidates A and B.
A is white; B is black (actually half-white, half-black).
There’s this white dude X, whose views on government accord more with black candidate B, but he’ll vote for the white candidate because A is white.
What does that make the white dude X?
By the same logic, if a black dude Z, whose views on government accord with the white candidate but says he’ll vote for the half-black candidate solely because he’s black, what does that make Z?
V-103 reports, Sept. 27, 2012, that rapper-record producer-entrepreneur “Jay-Z recently revealed his conservative leanings.”
While promoting the NBA 2K13 game at his 40/40 Club in Manhattan, Jay-Z offered his philosophy on politics and voiced his support for small government. He told MTV News, “I think we need less government.”
Jay-Z’s “less government” viewpoint is more in line with Obama’s opponents on the right, such as Republican candidate Mitt Romney, who also calls for smaller government. But his stance on smaller government aside, Jay-Z is a high profile endorser of Obama: “I support Barack because I […] gotta respect a man who is the first black President ever.”
On Sept. 19, 2012, Jay-Z and his wife, the singer Beyoncé Knowles, raised $4 million for the POS’s campaign at their 40/40 club in Manhattan.
Jay-Z, a high school dropout, has an estimated net worth of $475 million. Beyoncé, who attended two high schools but there’s no indication that she graduated from either, has a net worth estimated to be $300 million. Together, this black couple has a combined net worth of $775 million.
And they tell us America is racist.
BTW, the same Jay-Z has a song to “Lucifer” in his 2003 The Black Album. (See my post “Pop Culture Satanists“.)