Say Bye-Bye to Harry Reid

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Let me ask my fellow Conservatives this question, and please answer truthfully: “Have you ever referred to Barack Obama as a ‘negro’?”
I can honestly say that I haven’t, not even in the privacy of my thoughts. Decades of the Left’s PC indoctrination have forever banished the N-word from my vocabulary. And you’re probably the same.
So, it is all the more curious that none other than a big Lefty — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) — used the N-word in reference to Obama.
Today, Reid was forced to issue a public apology for a remark he made in private during the 2008 presidential campaign about Obama being “light skinned” who spoke “with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.”    Obama had been Reid’s colleague in the Senate for two years, but Reid can’t see past beyond Obama’s race and skin color. If this isn’t racism, what is?
What hypocrites those on the Left are! It turns out maligning Conservatives as racists is really liberals’ psychological projection of their own racism!
Reid’s comments are in a book, Game Change, which is set to be published on Monday. The web site of The Atlantic magazine published an excerpt from the book which contained Reid’s offensive remark. This precipitated Reid’s public apology to Obama today.
This latest incident is the death knell for Harry Reid’s political “career.” He is already struggling in his reelection campaign. Simply put, people in his home state can’t stand this detestable man. A new survey released Saturday by the Las Vegas Review Journal showed Reid trailing all three Republican challengers. Only 33% of Nevadans have a favorable opinion of him; more than half of Nevadans regard him unfavorably.
Harry Reid is finished as a politician. Good riddance and Allelujah!
To read the AP story on this, CLICK HERE.
~Eowyn

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Never use the N word either…
Hypocrites…all of them! Bye Harry, you won’t be missed.

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When I heard about this on the radio this morning, I knew it would be posted here. 😀 “Negro” isn’t a racist term, but it’s definitely archaic. For example, the United Negro College Fund still exists, but is now referred to as the UNCF. Reid’s usage of the term, while offensive, unfortunately isn’t uncommon. A couple of years ago, Rush Limbaugh began promoting the parody song, “Barack the Magic Negro” on his show. Did conservatives call for him to quit? No. Reid should step down…as soon as Steele does for his “Honest Injun” comment of last week. 🙂 “I wasn’t… Read more »

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Good post Steve. I’m sick of this to…to this day the AP still needs to say that Obama is our first African-American president. Get over it, he’s our pres. Why bring up the race card? I’m sick of the “first” Asian-American, woman, whatever. Why is color/gender always an issue w/libs? I don’t care what your skin color or genetials are…just want a QUALIFIED and competent individual to do the job.

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Monte, let me ask you this. If I walked up to a black man and called him a negro…would he bust me in the teeth?
If you did, you wouldn’t be posting here anymore. 🙂
Steve, I think you misunderstood my post. I very clearly stated that I do find Reid’s comment offensive.
I am aware of how “Barack the Magic Negro” came to be. It doesn’t change the fact that the song is still racist.
I sincerely apologize if you were offended by my comments. That wasn’t my intention. BTW, I’m not a Democrat.

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The problem as I see it is this: The race card is used as a weapon by Democrats against Republicans, Conservatives, and in general, almost anyone from the South. Interesting how they profile like that. And since it is Democrats that routinely use the race card, they certainly should be held to at least the same standards. Since the day Barack Obama entered the Presidential race, the issue of race has been huge. Jimmy Carter claims racism when people disagree with the Liberal agenda. Jeneane Garofalo said the Tea Parties were all about hating a black man in office. Racism… Read more »