Skip to comments.Actress Stacey Dash On Receiving Racist Hate For Supporting Romney [CNN]
Posted on 10/09/2012 9:21:16 PM PDT by RobinMasters
Actress Stacey Dash talks about Romney and the recent Twitter backlash. Dash says she has heard from the Romney campaign but has heard nothing from the Obama campaign.
"As a country, this is my choice. This is the man I want to lead my country. It's my right as an American citizen, it's my constitutional right to have my choice to who I want to vote for for president. And I chose him not by the color of his skin, but the content of his character," the actress told CNN's Piers Morgan.
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Doble down. Stacey. You go girl!
More of the Dems war on women.
Tell it, Dee.
Stacey Dash...Beauty, Brains AND Courage!
What a powerful combination...
That says it all, thank you Miss Dash.
I had no idea who Stacey was until all of this happened but after seeing more of her, she is a very brave girl and God bless her for speaking out and voicing her opinion. She gets trashed for supporting Romney by libs who say they are all for “tolerance” except its only tolerance for those who they agree with. I feel horrible that Stacey had to go through all of this and I think she is the silent majority. I think that more African Americans feel the same way and even though they don’t say it out loud, they will vote for Romney too. Keep your head held high Stacey we got your back!
Now watch her black listed for speaking against a liberal candidate.
She needs to be added to the poster NOW.
I am ashamed that she is being treated this way by those who dare call themselves Americans. They are not Americans.
Oh, man, she's asking to be ex-communicated from the African American race. First, she goes against "the Chosen One", but has the temerity to quote their patron saint, Martin Luther King, as a reason to vote against nObama.
Then again, I thought I'd read somewhere that Rev. King did lean to the right during his lifetime...
I hope she is ready for the backlash. She has done a lot of rather racy stuff in her life (more than racy, actually). This will all get dug up and re-exposed.
Unbelievable. Morgan is such a commie he can’t believe that Dash actually changed her vote against the annointed one. He should be thrilled she came on his POS show considering his ratings.
She certainly is beautiful - which reminds me of something posted a few days or weeks ago (I’ve lost track of time) that Republican women are more attractive than Democratic women. There must be a reason for this.
What I want to know is she clamoring for others to pay for her contraception? I think not. (just a little dig at Sandra the Fluke).
The woman has grit. Romney doesn’t win support from many Hollywood types but the ones he gets are class acts.
You can’t say it any plainer than that.
man..I am like all over it...
” wake up wardaddy you’re a 55 year old fat southern cracker with 5 kids and a wife who love you...down boy”
hey...just showing support the old fashioned way with lust (not in my heart..lol)
List of celebs supporting Mitt Romney
I'm liking Dash more and more! I'm surprised Morgan's head didn't explode.
I watched the video. As usual, CNN's Piers Morgan gave me the creeps with his sleazy questions. The actress was outstanding and inspirational. Hope to see more common sense oriented actors and actresses fearlessly proclaim their right to free speech, and their right to declare who they support and why (for the content of their character). Bravo!
She’s not a woman and she’s not black.
She gave up both those things when she willfully went her own way and refused to kowtow to the Stalinist thugs who speak for women and blacks in America.
What good words to waste on Piers Morgan.
Well. I’m not certain we know whether or not she is a Republican. We do know that she is a woman of great, great courage and character.
...”Double down. Stacey. You go girl!”...
Stacey is a patriot who has the kind of character, beauty, intelligence and courage we would wish for every little girl. You were born special, Stacey, and you are a heroine.
You cannot imagine how your words and your presence brings some relief to so many out here who feel trapped and helpless because of the sense that corruption and fraud have won the day. To blindly vote the color of one’s skin and nothing else is to invite disaster for everyone.
That's gonna leave a mark.
“As a country, this is my choice. This is the man I want to lead my country. It’s my right as an American citizen, it’s my constitutional right to have my choice to who I want to vote for for president. And I chose him not by the color of his skin, but the content of his character,” the actress told CNN’s Piers Morgan.
I watched the video. As usual, CNN’s Piers Morgan gave me the creeps with his sleazy questions. The actress was outstanding and inspirational. Hope to see more common sense oriented actors and actresses fearlessly proclaim their right to free speech, and their right to declare who they support and why (for the content of their character). Bravo!
This publicity was a risk for her, but she took it. May open some doors for her...of course, she won’t be working for Harvey Commie Weinstein.
She would be great in an ad for Coppertone.
Hopefully she is part of the silent majority of voters at large, but certainly not a silent majority of blacks.
I don’t know...you can’t buy this type of publicity. She’s gone from keeping her head down and making a living in Hollywood to suddenly being a topic of discussion on all the nightly shows.
Good for her!
I’m a big fan :)
Anyone with a tad of common sense can see how the reaction from the black libs expose their racism. They believe that only someone with a black skin can fairly represent them...the same unfair and racist assumption in the Voting Rights Act.
I am conservative too, Stacey and also in my 40s! Let’s get married!
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