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To: edpc

I have to confess . . .

In the primary, I voted for the Black Guy.

This is true. I am absolutely serious.

My guy was Alan Keyes.

I did not vote for BHO however, ergo I am a racist.


7 posted on 07/05/2010 2:15:34 PM PDT by Psalm 144 (How many Michael Steele gaffes does it take to make a pattern?)
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To: Psalm 144
My guy was Alan Keyes. I did not vote for BHO however, ergo I am a racist.

That is exactly right. You are a racist. Well first, Alan Keyes is not really black. He is a creamy Oreo even though he has authentic slave blood flowing through his veins. Voting for Alan Keyes doesn't count as voting for a black. BHO on the other hand, even though shades lighter and lacking authentic slave blood, is the real black because he tows the Democrat party line of wealth confiscation, social justice, baby butchering, hating corporations, hating America.. etc. With that in mind, you sir I am afraid to say, are a racist. You voted for the cream inside the Oreo when you should have voted for the all black.

/sarc

24 posted on 07/05/2010 2:46:13 PM PDT by libh8er
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To: Psalm 144

Look for Lt. Col. Allan West from south Florida. He’s articulate, a patriot, and very serious about getting this country back on the right track.

And in a speech he made for the 4th of July, he admonished folks who are being “subsidized” by the government, to come off the 20th Century Plantation.

If he’s likening welfare to slavery, does that make him a racist?

Just asking.

— Jane R.


38 posted on 07/05/2010 4:15:52 PM PDT by quintr
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