Barbara Boxer Exposed as 'Racial'

George Joyce
See also: Why Democrats Win, Why Republicans Lose, by George Joyce

Spread the video you are about to see far and wide.  It contains an honest, gut level outburst from an indignant black man who has obviously reached the limit of his patience with liberal white condescension.  



Harry Alford, representing the National Black Chamber of Commerce lashed out at Senator Barbara Boxer during a meeting with the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.  Alter was challenging Boxer’s position on climate change legislation – specifically, Boxer’s contention that green jobs were being created in California.  

Alter responded by telling Boxer:

“The last time I checked California is an economic basket case and these green jobs aren’t going to solve it.”

Well, that’s when the fireworks began.  After citing a PEW study on climate change, Boxer decided to patronize Alter by citing “resolutions” and statements – not research - from the NAACP and John Grant, CEO of 100 Black Men of Atlanta.  

Alter quite rightly exploded, asking Boxer what statements from other black men have to do with determining the truth of climate change legislation.  

"All that's condescending and I don't like it. It's racial. I take offense to it. As an African-American and a veteran of this country, I take offense to that.  You're quoting some other black man -- why don't you quote some other Asian or some other... You're getting racial here."

Boxer’s strategy of citing other black men in order to persuade Mr. Alter didn’t quite cut it with this penetrating and astute gentleman:

"We've been looking at energy policy since 1996. And we are referring to the experts, regardless of their color. And for someone to tell me, an African-American, college-education veteran of the United States Army, that I must contend with some other "black group" and put aside everything else in here -- This has NOTHING to do with the NAACP, and really has nothing to do with the National Black Chamber of Commerce. We're talking about energy. And that -- that road the chair went down, I think is God awful."

When will liberals stop patronizing minorities in America?

See also: Why Democrats Win, Why Republicans Lose, by George Joyce

Spread the video you are about to see far and wide.  It contains an honest, gut level outburst from an indignant black man who has obviously reached the limit of his patience with liberal white condescension.  



Harry Alford, representing the National Black Chamber of Commerce lashed out at Senator Barbara Boxer during a meeting with the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.  Alter was challenging Boxer’s position on climate change legislation – specifically, Boxer’s contention that green jobs were being created in California.  

Alter responded by telling Boxer:

“The last time I checked California is an economic basket case and these green jobs aren’t going to solve it.”

Well, that’s when the fireworks began.  After citing a PEW study on climate change, Boxer decided to patronize Alter by citing “resolutions” and statements – not research - from the NAACP and John Grant, CEO of 100 Black Men of Atlanta.  

Alter quite rightly exploded, asking Boxer what statements from other black men have to do with determining the truth of climate change legislation.  

"All that's condescending and I don't like it. It's racial. I take offense to it. As an African-American and a veteran of this country, I take offense to that.  You're quoting some other black man -- why don't you quote some other Asian or some other... You're getting racial here."

Boxer’s strategy of citing other black men in order to persuade Mr. Alter didn’t quite cut it with this penetrating and astute gentleman:

"We've been looking at energy policy since 1996. And we are referring to the experts, regardless of their color. And for someone to tell me, an African-American, college-education veteran of the United States Army, that I must contend with some other "black group" and put aside everything else in here -- This has NOTHING to do with the NAACP, and really has nothing to do with the National Black Chamber of Commerce. We're talking about energy. And that -- that road the chair went down, I think is God awful."

When will liberals stop patronizing minorities in America?