Again, I'm trying to look at this as a teachable moment because clearly to me there's a double standard going on here and it's outrageous.
Cornell Belcher on Herman Cain's statement that all blacks have been brainwashed into voting for the democrats.
Hmm, lets see here:
Another goodie from DL Hughley:
“the Republican National Convention literally looks like Nazi Germany.”OK, can we move onto to Ms. Garafolo:
“[He's] in this presidential race because he deflects the racism that is inherit in the Republican party, the conservative movement, the Tea Party certainly.”
Herman Cain provides this great opportunity so that you can say ‘look this is not a racist, anti-immigrant, anti-female, anti-gay movement…look we have a black man over here! Look, he’s polling well and he won a straw poll over here.”
We can't forget Ms. Eleanor Norton Holmes on Justice Thomas:
We’ve got someone who proposes to be African-American on the court,”
I know of only one liberal who spoke out against this comment.
Where was the outrage when we heard people saying he should be strung up and have his toes cut off? Oh, that is right - there wasn't any.
But Herman Cain says blacks have been brainwashed into voting for democrats and he is called a racist and bigot.
Yeah, Mr. Belcher I would say there is a double standard. The left can hurl any comment that they want against any conservative that doesn't happen to be a white male, and Anderson Cooper doesn't have a segment on it.
Do you think that this may be the reason why black Americans stay away from republicans? Or maybe that is exactly the point.