Harry Reid Said Obama Has No “Negro Talk”

Democrat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada said Sen. Barack Obama as “light skinned” and “with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.” If this was a republican, he would be labeled every racial title known. Black, African American, Negro (on the census) would be urging him to resign. I’m waiting to  hearing from Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton on Reid’s comments. Is this happening? NO! Let me see if any black Bloggers are addressing this, NO. Reid did pacify the Obama Kool-Aid Drinkers with and apology stating, “I deeply regret using such a poor choice of words. I sincerely apologize for offending any and all Americans, especially African-Americans for my improper comments.” Reid, you didn’t know what you were saying when you wrote this on page 37 your yet-to-be-released book about the Obama campaign?

The Atlantic posted excerpts from the book that included a comment Bill Clinton made about Obama to then Sen. Ted Kennedy saying, “A few years ago this guy would have been getting us coffee.” Hillary Clinton initially wanted to make a big deal about Obama’s previous use of drugs. This action by the Democrats is deeply rooted in their belief about Black people. They continue to use the black race to promote their agenda and when in private refer to the black people as “negros.” In my post The Race Card I explained the role the Democratic party has played with the black race. Many black people need to know the history of that party, and the people from the 60’s era. Harry Reid is from that era and still consider black people as “negros,” even his beloved Obama. Reid has stated, “I was a proud and enthusiastic supporter of Barack Obama during the campaign and have worked as hard as I can to advance President Obama’s legislative agenda.” Only because Reid was benefiting from the election. Obama on the other hand was just the pawn, read my post The House Negro And The Field Negro.

When Obama’s U.S. Senate seat was up for bids, Reid made it clear who he didn’t want in the post: Jesse Jackson, Jr., Danny Davis or Emil Jones. Reid called Blagojevich to argue he appoint either state Veterans Affairs chief Tammy Duckworth or Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan. Reid pushed against Jackson, Davis and Jones because he did not believe the three men were electable. All three of these men are black. Tammy Duckworth and Lisa Madigan, both white. He feared losing the seat to a Republican in a future election. From the Sun-Times. The history of the Democrat party is one of slavery, secession, segregation, and now socialism. The Ku Klux Klan was birthed by the Democrats as a terrorist wing to intimidate blacks, and whites, who sought to promote economic and education independence and social justice for blacks. It seems like Reid wants to keep that tradition. Reid compared conservative opponents of his massive takeover of the American health system to slaveholders and segregationists. He said, “If you think you’ve heard these same excuses before, you’re right. … When this country belatedly recognized the wrongs of slavery, there were those who dug in their heels and said, ‘Slow down, it’s too early, things aren’t bad enough.” Reid was elected to the Nevada Assembly in 1966.

Reid’s comments are included in the book, “Game Change”. Reid is facing a tough 2010 re-election bid. He is sinking in the Nevada polls, trailing former state Republican party chairwoman Sue Lowden by a 10 percentage points, 50 percent to 40 percent. 52 percent had an unfavorable opinion of Reid, 33 percent had a favorable view and another 15 percent said they’re neutral.

Click On Links:
Negro Used in the 2010 Census Form
If I help him, he’s going to help me

Barack Obama Said He Was Black Before The Election

Obama Shoe Shine Boy

White America Hate Barack Obama
The Race Card
Michelle Obama called “Ghetto Girl”
Michelle Obama Chimp Image On Google
Barack And Michelle Obama Radical Cartoon
Obama Doll Found Hanging From Building
The House Negro And The Field Negro
Black People Don’t Like Black Conservatives

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