They did it again. Those racist conservatives have once again demonstrated their true feelings when it comes to race and ethnicity. At a recent Republican Leadership Conference a presidential straw poll was held. Just as most liberals expected - those racist conservatives chose a Hispanic and an African-American as their top two candidates for President in 2016. In fact, those two got 60% of the vote.
Wait... what? Conservatives don't choose Hispanics or African-Americans as Presidential candidates. Conservatives are.... you know... racists! How can this be?
From the Republican Leadership Conference:
“Ted Cruz, R-Texas, has won another straw poll, boosting his national profile and elevating his name among potential 2016 presidential contenders.
Cruz finished in first place in the annual conference's presidential straw poll at 30.33%. Dr. Ben Carson, a Fox News commentator and conservative activist, finished in second with 29.38% while Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, was third with 10.43%.”
Sadly, neither of these two great candidates will win the nomination. The Republican establishment will never allow it. But at least we know where conservatives stand.
Republicans and conservatives are all racists. We all know that. How do we know? Because liberals keep saying it over and over. When Herman Cain was running a successful campaign for President in 2012, washed up comedienne and actress, Janeane Garofalo, thought she had the answers.
"Now, I believe Herman Cain is in this presidential race because he deflects the racism that is inherent in the Republican party, the conservative movement, the Tea Party, certainly," Garofolo said in an interview. Over the past 30 years, the conservative movement has been moving more and more to the right but also race-baiting more, gay-baiting more, religion-baiting more. But Herman Cain, I feel like he’s being paid by somebody to be involved and to run for president so that they can go, “Well, yeah, they can’t be racist! It’s a black guy! It’s a black guy asking for Obama to be impeached! Or “it’s a black guy who’s anti-Muslim!” Or “it’s a black who’s a Tea Party guy!”
Gee, Janeane - you got it all figured out. It couldn't be because Dr. Herman Cain is intelligent, educated, well spoken, conservative and successful, now could it? It's the skin color thing.
Sadly, that's how many liberals think. They blame racism for everything they don't like but they are the ones who are obsessed with race. And one of their main goals is keeping minorities down and dependent on the government.
Sorry - didn't mean to change the subject. Let's get back to those racist conservatives. They're so racist they elected Gov. Bobby Jindal in Louisiana, Gov. Nikki Haley in South Carolina, and the Junior Senator Tim Scott also from South Carolina. Could there be more minorities in the Republican party? Certainly there could. But they would have to run for office.
It's not about race, skin color or ethnicity. It's about policy and conservative principles. Want to talk about voting for skin color? Look at our current President. Many liberals, Democrats and even some progressive Republicans voted for Obama because he is black. That's a fact. You know who didn't? Conservatives. They stuck to their conservative principles and voted against the radical liberal who promised to "fundamentally change America."
But of course, they voted against the black man. They SAY they voted their principles but we all know the truth... they voted against the black guy. Right Janeane? (wink, wink)