Skip to comments.Ministers call for united black vote to replace Jackson Jr.
Posted on 01/31/2013 1:59:47 PM PST by Proud2BeRight
Aggressive TV ads and racial politics take center stage in the race to replace Jesse Jackson Junior in the 2nd Congressional District.
"I don't have enough words to say thank you. All I can say is I'll give you my whole heart and soul," State Sen. Toi Hutchison said Wednesday as a group of African-American ministers prayed that the other black candidates- Robin Kelly, Alderman Anthony Beale and State Senator Napoleon Harris would remove themselves from the ballot. They believe by having one black candidate, it would be easier for an African-American to win on February 26. "
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Bunch of racists
Oh yes, that (non-existent according to MSM and pols) “reverse racism” on full display
But nary is heard a discouraging word
To me this seems like the perfect slot for Chelsea Clinton-Mezvinsky to begin her Congressional career followed by Malia Obama-Shabazz in 10 yrs or so.
Well hell, they should just "deem" them elected while they are at it.
Dat be wrasis.
Racists. I hope this splits the Democrat party.
Where’s that scrappy little fellow in the yellow shirt, he ought to weigh in on this.
Black people can’t be racist. Just whites. So for them it’s okay to look at color...just the rest of us can’t. Simple. Don’t forget this.
And WE’RE the racists???
Right now, I almost hope that Obama succeeds in making the US a communist nation because most of those urban blacks lack the skills and ethics to be useful labor for the regime...and you know what happens to useless eaters in a totalitarian country.
Well, the good part about this is that the white woman is probably some liberal that, in any other circumstance, would agree 100% with PC liberalism. She’s being hoisted on her how ideological petard.
The irs needs to take away their tax exempt status.
The greatest power the media has, is the power to ignore.
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