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Monday, January 11, 2010

Well I'm Back Into The Fray...Again! Harry Reid Speaks Crudely (But Truthfully) & The Conservatives Are Right Too! (Check The Double Entendre..)

I promise that we'll get back to some sort of consistency with Afronerd Radio but sometimes a new year can bring an individual new headaches....but that being said, let's talk about Democrat and the Senate Majority Leader, Mr. Harry Reid. There's a new book entitled, Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime that's causing quite a stir in the media and amongst politicos for bringing to light some rather disturbing allegations concerning many of the major players in last year's historic presidential campaign. Ironically, a great deal of controversy has been levied against Senator Reid for privately theorizing that then junior Senator Obama probably stood a plausible chance at becoming POTUS because he was "a 'light-skinned' black man' with no Negro dialect unless he wanted to have one.'" But are the statements alleged to have been made by the faux "first Black president," Bill Clinton more telling?

The book affirms that Clinton, who was vying for an endorsement (on behalf of Hillary Clinton) from the late Ted Kennedy, exclaimed that Obama "a few years ago this guy [Obama] would have been getting us coffee." Again, this is coming (allegedly) from a person that was given honorary Negro (ah...that word again) status in the African-American community. And then there's the rub that if Reid were on the conservative side of the aisle, the Dems would not have been anywhere near as forgiving. Perhaps what Reid said was rather crude but we are keenly aware that Obama had to be presented as a palatable Black person for White (and Black) public consumption. Heck, we've encountered this with Rosa Parks and Jackie Robinson. Both Parks and Robinson had to be a certain "type" of Black person in order to pursue their respective agendas. But this will be tabled for our next radio broadcast. There's a lot to chew on this week for Afronerd Radio....the census, Reid, Arenas.....but what say you regarding this latest dust up?

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