Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Roland Burris (D-IL) on tape: "non-qualified white boys"
Talk about a political party that is so obsessed with race. Back in 1998 Roland Burris was caught on video tape calling his Caucasian opponents in a primary race a bunch of "non-qualified white boys". Then during yesterdays news conference where Blago announced Burris as his pick to fill Obama's Senate seat, the terms "hanging" and "lynching" were used by Bobby Rush, the one-time leader of the militant, anti-white, hate organization, The Black Panther Party. As a side, Bobby Rush also accused Obama of not being black enough when he ran against him for Congress in 2000.
All of this begs the question: Are the Democrats really the ones to show us the way when it comes to living in racial harmony?
Lowlights of yesterdays news conference:
Video: The surreal, race-baiting Blagojevich press conference (Hot Air)
Breaking: Blagojevich appoints former Illinois attorney general to Senate seat (Hot Air)