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“Token” Mia Love?

Leslie Brown

Racism is not dead my friends, and nowhere is it more apparent than in the Democratic Party, or in Liberals.

There used to be separate drinking fountains, but now there are separate THINKING fountains. You see, the liberals believe that if you are a minority, you must drink from the liberal fount of such “mental giants” as Joe Biden, or Sheila Jackson Lee.

Do you not think it more insidious to dictate that people think a certain way than drink in a certain place?

It’s not like the Democratic Party has done a whole h*ll of a lot for minorities. Black unemployment is higher than it has ever been, under the man who could “slow the rise of the oceans.”

Remember, the Democrat Party is the party of “I’ll have those ni**ers voting Democratic for the next 200 years”.

The text below from the “Daily Kos” is enough to make you puke:

It is clear that Tea Party Republican Ludmya Bourdeau “Mia” Love, newly elected to Congress from Utah’s 4th District, won’t care what a vast majority of black folks think about her, since her job is to be trotted out and displayed as part of the faces of color brigade to prove that Teapublicans aren’t bigots…

The Teapublican Party now has another brown face to shove in front of the cameras to somehow convince white people that the party isn’t racist…

She certainly isn’t going to convince any black folks who aren’t Teapublican patsies already. Right-wing funders, including the Koch brothers, can buy mouthpieces of any color or background—take your pick…

She’s every bigot’s Dreamgirl.

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http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-johnson/2015/01/15/daily-kos-mia-loves-job-be-trotted-out-and-displayed-proof-gop-isnt

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