Skip to comments.NAACP Blasts Santorum After He Denies 'Black People' Remark
Posted on 01/05/2012 2:57:39 PM PST by Responsibility2nd
Republican presidential contender Rick Santorum is now denying ever making remarks about "black people's lives" after receiving criticism for the comments.
The former Pennsylvania senator, who finished just eight votes short of an Iowa caucus victory, took heat this past Monday after saying, "I don't want to make black people's lives better by giving them somebody else's money."
The remarks brought criticism from NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous, who called them "outrageous."
"He conflates welfare recipients with African Americans, though federal benefits are in fact determined by income level," Jealous told CNN.
Santorum appeared on The O'Reilly Factor last night and said the remarks were the result of "a little bit of a blurred word."
"I looked at that, and I didn't say that," Santorum told O'Reilly. "If you look at it, what I started to say is a word and then sort of changed and it sort of -- blah -- came out. And people said I said 'black.' I didn't."
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The problem with Rick and all the other republicans, except for Sarah Palin, is that they will apologize and backtrack for speaking the truth. He needs to stand by what he said and explain it more fully to the idiots who don’t understand.
The racial bonfires are being built all across the country. Obammy and Holder are going after voter ID laws in the south. They’re stirring up hispanics over our “racist” immigration policies.
Just the other day John Conyers threatened to call his “personal friends” Obama and Holder to stop Michigan’s emergency financial manager law from taking effect in Detroit. (he says it targets minority dominated cities) Jesse Jackson said “This ain’t Alabama” and I wanted to ask him what the hell kind of racist statement that was.
At this point, any negative publicity, even just a little, for any Republican president is legit grounds to be worried.
I think it is time to clamour for our next President to abolish the NAACP the first day of office.
If the racists at the NAALCP are pissed, he must have said or done something very right
Well there goes the black vote.
Are they perpetually angry for not being white? This is just the beginning
and I would like to suggest to all honkies to avoid wearing anything black
for fear of being labeled a racist thug.
You can do that for a while and then you wake up and find out you are deaf as a doorknob!
These DEAF people imagine they heard "black", and then take offense when the rest of us who can actually hear correctly tell them "black" isn't in there!~
Well take this DEAF people ~ black isn't in there ~ get your hearing tested ~ quit faking it. WE KNOW!!!!!
As the NAACP, Jesse jackson and some other African-American spokes-peeps are saying, "We Negroes are easily fooled by tricky white people" ~ leastwise that's the way I am forced to translate their message.
What you are discovering is your brain supplementing the signal in a vain attempt to give it meaning.
It's a guess.
You must learn to overcome that.
He had a regular guest who would record people then play the recordings back in reverse resulting in some eerie situations.
There was one instance where the fellow's infant son came into the living room baby-talking while a shed outside soon caught fire.
The guy played the baby talk backwards after he told us that played backwards the child was saying, “the shed is on fire!”
Sure enough,that is what it “sounded like” the kid said. Of course if he didn't tell me what it sounded like I may never have figured it out.
“We all know that welfare dependency is a crutch used by liberals to keep black people enslaved to a liberal lower class subpar existence.”
Well, now you’ve gone and done it. You’ll NEVER get elected president now! LOL!