A Romney campaign advisor creates a “Shits-Sununu”0 comments

By Yul "Spencer"
Posted on 27 Oct 2012 at 1:48pm
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Fmr. Gov. John H. Sununu, A ROMNEY adivsor…

I don’t even want to go here but when liberals continue to spout their beliefs that racism doesn’t play a part in this election.

Well, I think Fmr. Gov. John Sununu says it actually does and he should know he’s been in politics a lot longer than any of us. Most of us weren’t even watching politics so closely until we voted in a black President. Barack has that same knowledge every black person does when entering a place of business “security” is following me.

Now, unless you’re living under a whale at the bottom of the sea, I’m sure you’ve heard what Sununu said about Colin Powell’s endorsement of Barack Obama, “When you take a look at Colin Powell, you have to look at whether that’s an endorsement based on issues or he’s got a slightly different reason for endorsing President Obama,”Like because he’s black like me?

Is he serious or jus’ plain stupid and racist? Which are both the same thing. Colin has been one of the whitest black people the world has ever known… No offense to Michael Steele. Sununu continued to say, “When you have somebody of your own race that you’re proud of being President of the United States, I applaud Colin for standing with him.” Like Colin needs your fuckin’ approval. The audacity of this dude to suggest the whitest black man would endorse Barack because he’s black. I didn’t even vote for Barack because he is black. It’s not how we all do it. We also don’t draw by numbers or colors like we all did in pre-school.

This is no longer just a political race it’s a human race now. And the liberals will have to stop saying that racism isn’t real in America or in politics. I’m so tired of hearing what I know isn’t true. Republicans hate it even more… to be called racist. But they have this fucked up way of not being able to hide it.

Furthermore the choice of Mitt Romney as President isn’t a choice of a different President with better policies. It’s a choice of color and that’s it really! Would I/we  prefer Mitt because he’s white and his color would reach across party lines when the other color could not? And that is what his candidacy offers us… A White him or stay with Count Chocula?

“Keepin’ it brief”

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