Profiler- in-Chief is against profiling

So all the hooplah over profiling is just great, if you are a minority, or fit one of the key demographics, or you’re just looking for a cause celeb to hang your hat on. But we know they’ve been profiling right along. And some of the biggest offenders are the very people who are against profiling.

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Profiling has been very good for politics.

Obama sees everything through the eyes of race, ethnicity, union label, income status, etc. etc. And worse yet, he talks to people the same way, by stereotyping them by demographic and group. Look at his campaigns where he had a drop-down menu on his campaign site, Latinos or Hispanics, African Americans, immigrants and on and on. You name it. It was amazing. That is his way of organizing, which is largely credited with taking him to the White House.

So yes, if you are a profiler, you can make people swoon you into office. Just don’t call it profiling, call it…ah, “organizing”. Call it campaigning, even pandering – not “pofiling”.

In his book, he made no bones about seeking out Marxist professors — radicals as I call them. Now we have an administration chock full of radicals. Obama the profiler? You bet. How did Eric Holder, Chu, or Van Jones get their jobs? Profiler-in-Chief.

Even when Congress holds Holder in contempt, they call it racism and stage a walk out. They make a science of it.

Beyond that they even profile what laws to enforce and which not to. And don’t be surprised when it’s in ObamaCare too. He cuts breaks for his union buddies but throws Catholic institutions to the wolves. Notice he holds rallies and makes his speeches on college campuses. Or he goes to speak at Planned Parenthood’s convention. No profiling there.

His allies in the Democrat party are profilers. They literally make a living at it, it’s their bread and butter. It is what they do. Now they are offended by the idea of profiling. Profiling has been very good for them. How else can one pander so effectively? It’s a way of life for career politicians.

The very same people who have problems with voter ID laws are habitual profiling panderers.

In the illinois senate, Obama pushed a bill to profile. He actually claimed that profiling was the answer. Theirs has not been a “profile in courage”. Today, our profiling comes straight from the top. ‘Shhh, we don’t want anyone to profile.’

As far as I’m concerned, we could do a little more profiling of Congress. Maybe if we the people did a little better job profiling in elections, we wouldn’t be in the state we are in? So don’t be surprised any solutions they propose to profiling involve profiling.

15 comments on “Profiler- in-Chief is against profiling

  1. Mrs. AL says:

    And the really sad part, bullright, is that there are so darned many that fall for this garbage. I consider them lazy and unwilling to think for themselves. One of the things I admire amongst those who are conservative/libertarian leaning is that we can usually disagree and do it thoughtfully. The leftist/progressive types are incapable of thinking for themselves in many cases, or choose not to.


    • bullright says:

      So true Mrs. AL Thanks for the comments, Right, they don’t have to. Funny how those voters fall right in line with the program. They do the same to women, that somehow abortion and birth control is all women care about. It works.. How patronizing? I guess pigeonholing is another word I was searching for. And the whole Left gleefully locksteps along. (and it isn’t only the left but they’re prime examples)


  2. Davetherave says:

    LMAO…King Hypocrite strikes again! Good post Bull. Asshat is against profiling? Now that is a good chuckle right there. Bastid is against it, except for profiling Christians, Constitution supporters, Tea Party Members, Whites…et al…and anyone one else that disagrees with his ass. The man cannot open his mouth with nothing but lies falling on the ground. I bet they have to polish the bull shit off his shoes at least a dozen times a day…


  3. pepperhawk says:


    What a great article this is. You nailed the Alinsky party and the King. I never even gave a thought to their own profiling until you brought it out. Bravo for you!

    Once again we have the complete hypocrisy of these jerks. Do what I say, not what I do. His actions are disgusting and demeaning. And yep, it sure helps them stay in office pandering to their profiled audience.

    Yet if we profile we are racist and/or going to jail for it. A hate crime.



    • bullright says:

      Pepp, thanks, yea they are so full of hypocrisy. It is their code. I get so weary of their political correctness. One set of rules for the ruling class elites and another for us. Since they corned the market on media, like who is going to say any different? Alinsky would be so happy with what Obama’s crew and Hillary have done. Argh! yea.


      • pepperhawk says:


        PC IMHO, should be banned. It just is a way of limiting free speech. I hate it.
        Oh do they ever have the market cornered with their ever so ready jump on the Obama bandstand. Whatever he says is the Gospel.

        Oh, so true, Alinsky would be very proud indeed of his pupils, both of those you mentioned. He and she, twins of Marxism.


        • bullright says:

          Pepp, it is pc and the Marxist left driving it. I always wondered how their Alinskyite radicalism would play out if they control the WH and the government, We now know. And a guy like Sharpton somehow has any credibility? What place are we in? It is nuts.But profiling they’ll go.


          • pepperhawk says:

            Bull, ya know I have no idea why anyone puts Sharpton on their show (other than MSNBC) where he actually has his own show :-O, and give him any credibility at all. He’s a racist through and through. He finds boogie white men in every corner he looks in.

            I had to laugh when you said “it’s nuts”. That’s what Dennis Miller said last night on OR when talking what kind of world we’re living in, especially here where is gone way beyond nuts.


  4. clyde says:

    Bull, take a bow. Nothing like exposing hypocrisy for what it is.



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