Bill Clinton Said What?

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America's first half-black president with America's "first black president"

For a book that was released today, Game Change already succeeded at generating plenty of publicity, having ignited a political firestorm over Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV)’s remark about Obama being a “light skinned African-American who does not speak with a negro accent unless he wants to.”
Less known is a remark made by former President Bill Clinton
During the 2008 Democratic primary race, in a phone call entreating Sen. Ted Kennedy to endorse his wife Hillary, Bill Clinton said this about Barack Obama: “A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee.”
Whoa! That sounds like something a Southern plantation owner would say, doesn’t it? Imagine the howls of “RACISM!” from liberals if George W. or another Republican had said that about Obama!
But, wait…. This isn’t the first time good ol’ Bill referred to Obama with racist overtones. Didn’t “America’s first black president” call then 47-year-old Obama “a kid” during last year’s presidential campaign? Does “kid” sound suspiciously like “boy” to you too?

So, are all liberals/Democrats closet racists? LOL

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2 responses to “Bill Clinton Said What?

  1. Steve, it’s only CONSERVATIVE White people are racist!!

  2. I grew up in Mississippi in the Fifties and Sixties, so that must make me the WORST kind of racist!!! In those volative days, my grandparents constantly said how much less prejudiced we were than most northeners. They just did not have is publicized every day.


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