The worst President in American history, Jimmuh Carter, has struck again. The Peach State's greatest embarrassment has blamed political opposition to President Barry Vladimir Hussein Soetero Obama on racism. It would be easy to dismiss Carter's half-witted ramblings to his senility or his general incompetence (though Osama bid Laden think Carter is a great writer).
This is 2009 and racism still exists, but it is not mainstream and its proponents are on society's margins. Those who actually do care about civil rights should be at the front of the line condemning these Moonbats. The explosive term "racism" should be reserved for the real deal. It should not be used as a one-size-fits-all trump card to try to silence all political opposition. From a civil rights standpoint, the Democrat loons who constantly shout "racist" at their critics risk stripping the word of any real meaning.
As used by the political class, it is clear the use of the term "racism" is now a codeword for "I have lost the argument, so I will try to assassinate your character."