November 13, 2011
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Many people don’t realize (despite taking Civics in high school) that the President of the United States is not elected via the popular vote. Instead, we use the Electoral College. In a nutshell, we use the vote count in each state and territory to determine which candidate gets the the votes from that state. Some say this should remain the way things are done, while others say the electoral college should be abolished. Here is an interesting video on the subject.
November 9, 2011
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There are many legitimate aspects of the Herman Cain sexual harassment scandal. But we all know its the more salacious, suggestive, and often crazy things that are made up about the situation that will sell more papers, get more internet clicks, or get more viewers.
Today, we look at Toure, a contributor on MSNBC. Nevermind that he has already described Cain as a minstrel character. Ignore that he follows the liberal mindset regarding Cain, that he isn’t a serious candidate. And let’s look past the fact that he only goes on shows where he can say such foolishness and not have someone from the other side to call him on how stupid he sounds.
During a recent appearance on “The Last Word” with Lawrence O’Donnell (another very-far-left-leaner who says the most outlandish things and never gets called on it by the left), Toure had this to say:
The instinctual fear in America of black men being sexually inappropriate or aggressive or dominating with white women is very, very deep. And when is this going to start to come out?
People start to feel this on a deep level. ‘This is wrong. He keeps going after our women. We don’t like this.’
We already know that there is a part of the left that have to make things racial all the time. The Tea Party is racist. The GOP is racist. The right is racist! No surprise there. But sometimes, when you hear statements like those, you wonder if the person saying them even takes themselves seriously. I have no doubt that this Toure does, since he has many TV appearances and many chances to give his opinion on things. But seeing or hearing statements like that makes me wonder: isn’t HE the one that is coming across as minstrel-like? “Oh, sure! Put me on TV so I can talk more about the racist right and the clueless black politicians that support them!”
I say people like this make us look worse than a Herman Cain does. Problem is, most folks don’t even realize it.