Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Black leaders in Chicago now openly espousing racism against the pigmentally challenged

No, no, no, can't have a partial-black person winning a black congressional seat

From Politico, "Blacks fret free-for-all for Jesse Jackson Jr. seat":
“There’s a great deal of concern that Debbie Halvorson would win because the black vote would be split 18 ways,” Delmarrie Cobb, a longtime Democratic political consultant in Chicago said.

“The battle we have is that we can’t afford to lose a black voice in Congress,” she added. “It would be a terrible loss in many ways,” she added.

According to Politico, losing the seat to a white person, no matter how qualified, would "be a blow to the black establishment."
Joe Newby, columnist at The Examiner writes:
this is Chicago, and the seat was held by a black Democrat. Therefore, the rules are different. It's enough to make one wonder who the real racists are these days.
Exit question - Should Republicans in the district support Havlorson over any of the black candidates? Exit answer - Absolutely not. Never vote for anyone with a 'D' by their name, for any reason whatsoever. Halvorson is a horrible liberal, who just happens to be pigmentally-challenged.


The Right Guy said...

Hey, the democrats had a candidate that falsely claimed to be an indian to get EEO preference and the closest she got to being an indian was watching Last of the Mohicans on TV. She is so white she makes snow white look like Queen Latifah.

Eric Dondero said...

Lagnese, where in the fuck do you come up with this shit? "Makes snow white look like Queen Latifah..." I know that didn't come off the top of your head. Your brilliance has a tendency to shine through, more often than not.

The Right Guy said...

It was purely extemporaneous.

Gary said...

What is wrong with a little healthy racism if you change the word to tribalism?

Your tribe will try to look out for you. No one else really gives a crap about your group. Just ask the Armenians, American Indians, Jews and, yes, American Blacks.

Chuck said...

"What is wrong with a little healthy racism if you change the word to tribalism?"

Nothing. If you're a racist.

Chuck said...

Imagine living a lie from birth. Then carrying the lie with a "junior" next to it.

You're born a soul with a body. Not the other way around.

Evil begets evil.

What do you choose to wear?