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Photo Right & Below: “Punish Our Enemies!” cries Obama. Even left-wing NPR is chastising the Democrats for  racial agitation.

In a speech aired on Spanish language television, Obama urged Latinos to “Punish Our Enemies.” Referring to white conservatives, Obama is perhaps the first president in US history to denounce much of the population of America as “enemies.”

As the Nov. 2 election gets closer Obama and other black politicians have been waging the most racially charged national campaign in over 100 years. Obama was originally touted as someone who would bring racial harmony and trumpet a “post-racial age.” Instead Obama himself has reverted to hard core racial tribalism as a tactic to keep Democrats in power.

Urging solidarity between blacks and Latinos, against white people, Obama also promised not to enforce Federal law pertaining to the US border.

From NPR:

No one expects African-Americans to vote in anywhere near their numbers from 2008, when their 65 percent turnout matched that of whites for the first time. But that isn’t stopping Democratic organizers and supporting groups from using aggressive, even racially charged, tactics to get them to the polls Tuesday.

The Democratic Party, organized labor and civil-rights organizations are investing more money in campaign advertising and field work compared with previous midterm elections to break through widespread voter apathy and reach arguably the party’s most loyal group of voters.

If trying to overcome the Republicans’ strong momentum in congressional races isn’t motivation enough, the Democrats have an added incentive this year: Several of the tightest congressional and gubernatorial races are in states with significant black populations, giving blacks in heavily minority districts an uncommon chance to tip statewide contests.

To rouse them, some organizers are applying aggressive tactics, including the use of openly racial invective directed at Republicans and Tea Party activists.

The brazen tactics reflect an increased willingness among some to throw sharper elbows this year, given the Republicans’ potential to take control of the House and gain seats in the Senate.

Black candidate for Alabama Governor claims white Republicans want to bring “back cotton fields and Jim Crow.” He also claims he sees “racism” all the time in Alabama, but could not cite a single example when asked.

From Birmingham News…

MONTGOMERY — Democratic candidate for governor Ron Sparks, responding this morning to a question about recorded campaign calls by a state senator, said he sees racism in Alabama.

”If you believe that there’s not racism in this state, then you’re not living in the same state I’m living in,” Sparks said at a meeting sponsored by The Center for Leadership and Public Policy at Alabama State University.

”Let me also add something to that,” Sparks said. ”My opponent has also said that poor people can be happy too. If that (doesn’t) concern the people of Alabama — that’s what Sen. Hank Sanders was talking about. He’s talking about the rhetoric that’s going on on the other side.”

”He’s talking about a man running for governor that says that he is going to sue the federal government to solve health care. Do you not believe that those folks in the Black Belt deserve quality, affordable health care? Maybe that’s what Sen. Hank Sanders is talking about,” Sparks said.

Republican candidate for governor Robert Bentley has repeatedly blasted the health care overhaul passed by Congress this spring.

Sparks said Sanders, D-Selma, apparently was targeting people who live in majority-black areas of the Black Belt when he recorded a robocall that said in part, ”Hello, this is Hank Sanders, Alabama state senator, and I’m still mad as hell. I say hell no! I ain’t going back to the cotton fields of Jim Crow days. I’m going forward with Ron Sparks, Jim Folsom and others who will do right by all of us.”

Sparks in an interview after his speech said he witnesses racism on the campaign trail, but declined to get specific. ”I see racism in Alabama. It is out there,” Sparks said.