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Posted on 11/03/2012 8:18:25 AM PDT by KeyLargo
Black Publisher Endorses Romney
Category: Breaking News Published on Friday, 02 November 2012 15:25 Written by richard prince, the root
He did so after revealing that he disagreed with his paper's endorsement of Obama.
Rufus Friday Disagrees With Editorial Board
The publisher and president of the Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader became one of few prominent African Americans to publicly support Mitt Romney for president Sunday when the paper's editorial board disclosed that Rufus M. Friday disagreed with its endorsement of President Obama.
". . . He chose not to use his power as publisher to overrule the majority," the Herald-Leader's endorsement editorial said of Friday. "His primary reasons for supporting Romney are laid out here:
"President Barack Obama simply has not made good on his biggest promise: to change the culture in Washington. During his presidency, the Capitol remained mired in partisan squabbles while a host of challenges have not been adequately addressed. . . ."
(Excerpt) Read more at michronicleonline.com ...
The Lexington Herald is very liberal. In 30 years, I cannot remember the last time they endorsed a republican.
Kinda late isn’t it?
Wow, that’s a major biggie. In the way of votes in Kentucky it doesn’t mean much because KY usually goes Republican. But the Lex Herald-Liberal is extremely liberal. I’ll bet Merlen Davis (racist columnist) is livid. I hope she writes a nasty racist column about her boss going of the plantation and get’s her bigoted self fired. It has always amazed me how liberal the paper is being in a majority Republican state.
There goes the 100% of the BLACK VOTE for Obama. (Now, I think it is 99.9%)
In such cases as this, one could say “better late than never”.
Whenever I said this to my mother, she would respond...No Son “better never late”.