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Harry Reid is a racist

Posted By Uncle Jimbo • [January 03, 2009]

There are many reasons to despise the thin-lipped, milquetoast, cream-in-the-coffee, cadaver Harry Reid. Lying regularly in support of losing the war in Iraq is a good place to start, but really his faults are legion. Well you can add a fun one to the mix. He is a racist. He has openly stated that when a fully qualified African-American man, duly appointed by the governor of his state as the new junior Senator shows up to the All-Whitey club in DC, Harry will have him blown off the steps with a fire hose if necessary (dogs are ready as a back up). Now while that is heinous enough, it looks like he also joined the club with Blago on speed dial and told him "Don't you send none of them other melanin-enhanced brothers up here neither". From the Sun-Times.

Days before Gov. Blagojevich was charged with trying to sell President-elect Barack Obama's U.S. Senate seat to the highest bidder, top Senate Democrat Harry Reid made it clear who he didn’t want in the post: Jesse Jackson, Jr., Danny Davis or Emil Jones.

Rather, Reid called Blagojevich to argue he appoint either state Veterans Affairs chief Tammy Duckworth or Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, sources told the Chicago Sun-Times.

Hmmm, I smell a theme here for the whitest ghost in Congress.

WRONG (color)

Jjjr_2DannydavisEmiljonesRolandburriss

RIGHT (color)

LisamadiganTammyduckworth

Keep the Senate White, support Harry Reid. I am aware Duckworth is part Asian, but we all know that even full Asians are legal to discriminate against in the racial victims game.Jammie Wearing Fool is on the diversity wagon as well.


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