Have these people never heard of the First Amendment?
And you know, if he had an R after his name, ABCCBSCNNNBCPBS would be all over it.
And file this one under “if you endorse a Republican, you can’t be black,” or perhaps just under the generic lefty grouppolitics/groupthink labels.
Conservative Wanderer (CW) has kindly given me a corner of his platform to talk politics. I’m grateful. Before telling you a bit about myself, I’d like first to talk about Mia Love, the black conservative Utahn who wowed the convention last night. I’m proud to say that I live in Utah’s new fourth district and will have the honor of voting for Mia. I’m also a volunteer. Over at Ricochet, where CW and I hold forth from time to time, CW posted today about the “civil” leftist internet trolls who hacked Mia’s website in order to insert thoughtful phrases like “housen****r” to refer to her. I guess this is what lefties think passes for civil discourse these days (Cher and Ellen Barkin have certainly covered themselves with glory for their high-toned references to Republicans). Let me just say that Mia is no one’s pawn. She is a mom (three daughters), a wife, committed to her church, mayor of a fast-growing city, and truly conservative. If that weren’t enough she’s beautiful, smart, and principled. She has a tough race against a long-time incumbent blue-dog, but I believe she’ll prevail. If you’ve got a few dollars sent them to her. She is a classy person and I’ll be proud to have her as my representative in Congress.
The Narrative is all-important at MSNBC, and The Narrative says that there are no minorities in the GOP. Therefore, MSNBC decided not to run any of the speeches by minorities at the RNC last night.
If ever you needed more proof that NAACP these days really stands for National Association for Attacking Conservative People, here it is.
I guess black support for Obama isn’t as monolithic as the lefties would like us to believe.
This particular story needs to be spread far and wide, to help bust the myth of leftist “tolerance.”
In his famous “I Have A Dream” speech, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”
While we are moving farther and farther away from Dr. King’s dream, it’s not in the way most leftists would have you believe.