Dean calls GOP the party of "white people"

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    "If you look at folks of color, even women, they're more successful in the Democratic party than they are in the white, uh, excuse me, in the [laughs] Republican party."

    Sounds like a racist comment to me


    When are you lefties going to call for the resignation of Dean for these egregious and off color remarks? Y'all have quite the circus going on over in the Big Tent. Much better than the GOP's.
     
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    The Republicans are the party of white people.

    Always have been.
     
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    That would explain where the recent talking point on calling the GOP the white party came from.

    And if you haven't noticed the dems get to call names, act ignorant, character assassinate and other fun things, all with the blessing of the MSM, but we hear it if McCain or one of his staffers mentions anything negative about our new great savior.

    Anyone else tired of the fact the press is not looking at Obama at all? Except to sing his praise? No mention of who his staff is, yet we know 2 seconds after they find anything out about McCain's people.
     
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    Condoleeza Rice
    Colin Powell
    Alan Keyes
    Clarence Thomas
    Booker T Washington
    Frederick Douglass

    Some of the most prominent black political figures were Republicans.

    Anything else?
     
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    Are there any elected Black people in the government at the federal level?
     
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    No mention of Cindy McCain's mob money or John running around on his first wife after she was crippled in a traffic accident, either. Then there's John's affair with the lobbyist and his involvement with Charles Keating.

    The press isn't doing its job.
     
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    You mean like representatives and Senators? I dont know about Senators but yes there are. Whats your point?

    Of the two parties only the Republicans have over the last 30 years consistantly selected and placed blacks and other minorities in HIGH office in our Government. Not a toke here and there but systematic across the board in the most important up front positions of power.

    And the result? The democrats and their lap dogs call the blacks "uncle toms" and print some of the most foul racist political cartoons in the past 60 years.

    You are aware that When there was a Republican Congressman the Democratic blacks kicked him out of the Black caucas? In other words it was not really a black caucas at all but a democrat caucas with black people in it.
     
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    ...Barack Obama is a black Senator. :eusa_doh:
     
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    Another stupid statement. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    No he is half white. And he hasn't been a real Senator for a year now.

    ( so sue me, I forgot)

    More importantly why was the question asked anyway?
     

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