A Bigger Blacker GOP?

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    By Dick Morris
    FrontPageMagazine.com | February 8, 2006

    Well it looks like the GOP tent of inclusion just got bigger :D



    http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=21211
     
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    Swann is going to be a real contender. I am already looking forward to voting for him. I heard he was at the Steelers Parade yesterday and everyone was yelling "Governor!" and then Governor Rendell was behind him fuming. haha. its going to be a fun campaign.
     
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    Rendell is not as bad as some though, but he's no prince either. Now that thug Street he needs to go now!!!

    I hope Swann does win he seems like the genuine article.
     
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    Maybe i just have a strong dislike for Rendell because i saw some of the crap he put Philly through. Its just beyond me why the guy can ruin the philadelphia education system then turn around and promise to do the same thing for education in PA that he did for philly, and still get elected.
     
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    I agree he is a slime, I met him a while back and I have to say in person he's very charming so I can see how some of the dumber residents in PA could be fooled.
     
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    I for one am a big fan of Ken Blackwell,as is many of my family. He will definitely get my vote for Governor. He took a lot of heat in the presidential election and stood firm. He is a strong Consevative,and does not care about being called a sell out. I think he has an excellent chance.
     
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    A strong Consevative, that WILL be refreshing, there`s hope yet. :cheers2:
     
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    I think there is with Ken Blackwell. Our current governor has imposed a lot of taxes,which Ken spoke out against. I feel bad for these black Republicans. They get so much slack. What I don't understand from the "other" side is,if everyone is the same and just be equal,why is there such an issue when a black man is a Republican/Conservative? It makes no sense.
     
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    They work to put them back in their place. The stereotypical role that is expected of them.
     

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