Monday, November 15, 2010

Race and American politics

In the South Carolina U.S. Senate race, Democratic candidate Alvin Greene, an unemployed black man who has been living with his father since being kicked out of the military, carried the black vote 80-9.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It might be good for white liberals to see several Alvin Greens (and Alvin Guiterrezes) win many Democratic primaries with bloc ethnic votes over the next few electoral cycles. They seem to really think these people will be comfortable with whites getting all the plum government jobs and appointments ad infinitum. They are horribly mistaken.

Whites must be the only race on earth to whom its become de riguer to signal status by offering fealty to other groups over their own group. Ornamentally dumb.