After defending herself for racist statements she made against Obama for a 24-hour news cycle, Geraldine Ferraro (the Democrat’s nominated VP from about 30 years ago), has stepped down from her position on Clinton’s finance committee. Is she, like Elliot Spitzer another Democrat super delegate? The mass media should look into that. But will they? Nah.
Yesterday, Ms. Ferraro stated that Obama would not be where he is today if he were not Black.
Opsie, that was racisit. The news is out. The Democrat party only wanted African-Americans to vote, not actually run for high office.
Would Hillary Rodham Clinton be where she is today, had she not been married to Bill Clinton?
Would the 61 year old be criss-crossing the nation in smelly pantsuits today without Bill Clinton?
And Ross Perot. If it were not for the angry old man, Perot, Bill Clinton would be an Arkansas lawyer in Little Rock, about as important today as Geraldine. And Hillary would probably be divorced and living with “a friend” in San Francisco.
The year 2008, 150 years after the Civil War, the Democrat party is exposed for the racists they have always been. Blacks are to be “cared for” by thier white masters. Isn’t that it? Where did Obama get the idea that he was to be president? The vice president slot was his for the reward of staying on “the plantation.”
Now we know that the white leaders of the Democrat party, you know them, abortion activisits, big on lawsuits with all the money going to the attorneys.
African-Americans, do you know that Planned Parenthood has been targeting black neighborhoods to encourge the abortion of black babies?
Planned Parenthood of Idaho officials apologized Wednesday for what they called an employee’s “serious mistake” in encouraging a donation aimed at aborting black babies.
They also criticized The Advocate, a right-to-life student magazine at the University of California-Los Angeles, for trying to discredit Planned Parenthood employees in seven states in a series of tape-recorded phone calls last summer.
The call to Idaho came in July to Autumn Kersey, vice president of development and marketing for Planned Parenthood of Idaho.