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1 30th May 22:55
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Dem Candidates Crawl Back to NAACP

Each was blasted by NAACP President Kweisi (Frizzle Gray) Mfume for skipping
his organization's Presidential Forum.

Now, Joe Lieberman, **** Gephardt and Dennis Kucinich have come crawling on
their hands and knees to Miami to beg f****veness.

OK, so they actually flew, but it amounts to the same thing.

Mfume had fumed, "If you expect us to believe that you could not find 90
minutes to come by and address the issues affecting our nation, then you
have no legitimacy over the next nine months in our community ... in
essence, you now have become persona non grata."

He added, "Your political capital is the equivalent of Confederate dollars."
Well, we already knew that. Seriously, does Kucinich now have a chance of
winning because he makes an appearance at NAACP's convention? We think not.

Another "candidate" who did not make the trip was President Bush, who had an
empty chair with his name affixed to it on stage with the six Democrats who
did make it to the forum. The missing Democrats got the same treatment.

We doubt, though, that if Bush wanted to be there, he would be have been
welcomed. After all, Julian Bond, chairman of the Democrat group that calls
itself NAACP, thinks Republicans are like Nazis, in typical leftist fashion.
And before the 2000 election, tax-exempt NAACP had funded the insane attack
ad trying to blame Bush for the murder of James Byrd Jr. in Jasper, Texas.

Kucinich, who claimed he couldn't make it Monday because of "votes in the
House," said he felt an "an obligation to be there to protect the interests
of the American people to try to keep Medicare from being privatized. Now
I'm here to let you know that while I have a 100 percent voting record, I'm
also 100 percent for the NAACP."

Uh-huh.

He also pandered, "Amazing grace, how sweet it is, once was lost, now I'm
found."

And Gephardt? "I'm sorry I was not here when you had the joint appearance
the other night. ... I had a long-standing conflict that I could not get out
of, and I apologize to all of you for not being here, and I thank you for
letting me be here."

How fascinating that King **** says he's sorry to NAACP but has failed to
apologize for his bizarre and ignorant attack on the U.S. Constitution and
the Supreme Court.

"Anyone aspiring to leadership, particularly the president of the United
States, must believe that the causes that he or she fights for, the stands
he or she takes, the decision he or she makes are right," Lieberman later
groveled. "That's leadership. But leadership also means being able to admit
when you are wrong. And by not coming Monday, I was wrong. I regret it and I
apologize."


Earlier this week, Mfume issued a warning to Democrats that they should no
longer expect lock-step support from black voters. He implied that Democrats
"who assume, 'Well, they'll always be there and ... vote for us, so we don't
have to appeal to them,'" might be in for a surprise in upcoming elections.
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2 30th May 22:56
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Dem Candidates Crawl Back to NAACP

Each was blasted by NAACP President Kweisi (Frizzle Gray) Mfume for skipping
his organization's Presidential Forum.

Now, Joe Lieberman, **** Gephardt and Dennis Kucinich have come crawling on
their hands and knees to Miami to beg f****veness.

OK, so they actually flew, but it amounts to the same thing.

Mfume had fumed, "If you expect us to believe that you could not find 90
minutes to come by and address the issues affecting our nation, then you
have no legitimacy over the next nine months in our community ... in
essence, you now have become persona non grata."

He added, "Your political capital is the equivalent of Confederate dollars."
Well, we already knew that. Seriously, does Kucinich now have a chance of
winning because he makes an appearance at NAACP's convention? We think not.

Another "candidate" who did not make the trip was President Bush, who had an
empty chair with his name affixed to it on stage with the six Democrats who
did make it to the forum. The missing Democrats got the same treatment.

We doubt, though, that if Bush wanted to be there, he would be have been
welcomed. After all, Julian Bond, chairman of the Democrat group that calls
itself NAACP, thinks Republicans are like Nazis, in typical leftist fashion.
And before the 2000 election, tax-exempt NAACP had funded the insane attack
ad trying to blame Bush for the murder of James Byrd Jr. in Jasper, Texas.

Kucinich, who claimed he couldn't make it Monday because of "votes in the
House," said he felt an "an obligation to be there to protect the interests
of the American people to try to keep Medicare from being privatized. Now
I'm here to let you know that while I have a 100 percent voting record, I'm
also 100 percent for the NAACP."

Uh-huh.

He also pandered, "Amazing grace, how sweet it is, once was lost, now I'm
found."

And Gephardt? "I'm sorry I was not here when you had the joint appearance
the other night. ... I had a long-standing conflict that I could not get out
of, and I apologize to all of you for not being here, and I thank you for
letting me be here."

How fascinating that King **** says he's sorry to NAACP but has failed to
apologize for his bizarre and ignorant attack on the U.S. Constitution and
the Supreme Court.

"Anyone aspiring to leadership, particularly the president of the United
States, must believe that the causes that he or she fights for, the stands
he or she takes, the decision he or she makes are right," Lieberman later
groveled. "That's leadership. But leadership also means being able to admit
when you are wrong. And by not coming Monday, I was wrong. I regret it and I
apologize."


Earlier this week, Mfume issued a warning to Democrats that they should no
longer expect lock-step support from black voters. He implied that Democrats
"who assume, 'Well, they'll always be there and ... vote for us, so we don't
have to appeal to them,'" might be in for a surprise in upcoming elections.
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3 31st May 09:15
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LOL! Dems in a tail-spin. They shouldda listened to Donna Brasile on this.

At the same time, do we really believe that Mfume is going to
ever vote Republican? What is the NAACP going to do if the
Dem candidates pay them no mind? Julian Bond has already
labelled the Repubs as Nazis, so they've painted themselves
in a corner.

--
"Blessed are the peacemakers."
-- Jesus of Nazareth
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4 31st May 09:16
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LOL! Dems in a tail-spin. They shouldda listened to Donna Brasile on this.

At the same time, do we really believe that Mfume is going to
ever vote Republican? What is the NAACP going to do if the
Dem candidates pay them no mind? Julian Bond has already
labelled the Repubs as Nazis, so they've painted themselves
in a corner.

--
"Blessed are the peacemakers."
-- Jesus of Nazareth
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