First Black Republican Woman in Congress

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“Racist” Utahns- the majority of whom are Mormons, just elected Mia Love as the first black Republican woman- and Haitian American- to Congress.  Again, this somehow doesn’t fit the narrative that progressive Democrats and their media acolytes would have the country believe.

Let me guess.  The people in Utah- and South Carolina- are actually racists who voted for Mia Love and Tim Scott, respectively, to hide the fact that they’re actually racists.  That’s it; that has to be the explanation. Not that voters actually liked the integrity of the candidates and shared the same values, irrespective of race. It has to be something as bat sh*t crazy as racist voters electing black Republican candidates to hide their easily detectable racism.

This is the same stupid excuse Janeane Garofalo gave as to why many conservatives supported Herman Cain back in 2011-2012.

Congratulations, Congresswoman Mia Love.

 

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4 thoughts on “First Black Republican Woman in Congress

  1. Wraith November 5, 2014 / 9:14 am

    Let me guess. The people in Utah- and South Carolina- are actually racists who voted for Mia Love and Tim Scott, respectively, to hide the fact that they’re actually racists.

    Fifty bucks and a vital body part says they actually start saying that. Their mental gymnastics are nothing short of gold-medal quality.

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    • derryckg November 5, 2014 / 9:16 am

      LOL. You’re spot-on with that. The intellectual pretzels they twist themselves into are nothing short of amazing.

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  2. M November 5, 2014 / 9:26 am

    it’s amazing how many people here in Salt Lake City really believe it, as well. I tell a black co-worker I’m voting for Mia Love (I’m a very white guy with a shaved head), and they always ask if it’s because she’s black. What? Seriously?

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    • derryckg November 5, 2014 / 9:30 am

      I can only imagine.

      That Love is black tells the voting public just as much about her personality, credibility, values, political ambitions and aspirations as her shoe size.

      I wonder if your black co-worker voted for Obama at all in the prior two presidential elections and if so, if any part of that vote proceeded from racial solidarity?

      Values > race.

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