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June 15, 2010
Are Dem donkeys guarding Dem hen houses?
Regardless whether it is ultimately shown that South Carolina Democrat Senatorial primary winner, Alvin Greene, was cleverly planted in the campaign by nefarious Republican strategists, one thing is certain, no one made the voters give him 59% of the vote. That result is far more likely attributable to the deplorable but common phenomenon of blacks voting for black candidates at rates of ninety percent and higher. In a state like South Carolina where blacks make up a high percentage of the Democrat voting bloc, it is not inconceivable that their bloc vote blocked the Democrats from voting for a viable candidate in the general election.
Of course, the usual libs will try to come up with any excuse other than racism for the inexplicable victory of an unknown, unfinanced, possible felon whupping a white, former state representative and circuit court judge in a Democrat senatorial race. To such apologists I offer a short rebuttal: Alcee Hastings.
There remains the tantalizing and delectable possibility that the Dems and their minions like ACORN have become so accustomed to stealing elections that they can't help expanding their cheating to their own primaries so that regardless of the outcome, some Dem and his/her followers inevitably will get bloodied. If that is indeed the case here, then we should pray it is an escalating model, this dubious business of permitting devious donkeys to guard the Democrat hen houses.
Can you just imagine how many Republican candidates and incumbents would just love to draw an opponent like Alvin Greene? As far as that goes, so would most Democrats...