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The Democrat Party, the party of slavery, which openly practices the only form of discrimination that is acceptable today in American politics -- class warfare -- and discrimination against the successful, yesterday, for the third time in recent weeks, wrongly accused the Republican Party of racism.
He stopped just short of saying it was race-related, leaving that for the African-American audience at the recent National Action Network convention to decide.
I am disgusted by New York Congressman Steve Israel's claim that the "base of the Republican party is racist."
Back in January 2009, at the dawn of the Age of Obama, I made four predictions, the first of which was this while Obama is riding high, race relations will be excellent.
Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., chairman of the DCCC, speaks at the National Press Club's Newsmaker series on how Rep. Paul Ryan's, R-Wis., budget will effect the midterm elections.
There are two groups of Republicans: Those who pander to nativists by encouraging anti-Latino prejudice and exploiting the fear and anxiety that come from changing demographics, and those who tolerate the first group.
For decades, Republicans have been the undisputed masters of what might be called the politics of grievance, the sowing of disharmony among the electorate in order to drive turnout.
Rep. Anna G. Eshoo's leadership political action committee raised $203,000 - mostly from high tech and telecommunication firms - as she bids to be ranking member of the Energy and Commerce Committee.
Last week we witnessed repeated efforts by Democrats to polarize the country along racial lines.
This column probably isnA t the first to notice a recent intensification of liberal and Democratic rhetoric about race.
So "Racism" once more stalks among us! The Obama administration and its congressional minions are in full-court press style on the topic.
Alex Sink, the Democratic nominee in a recent high-stakes special election in Florida, will not challenge GOP Rep. David Jolly to a rematch in the 13th District this November.
The top Democrat who is leading the effort to help the party elect more members to Congress said he cares more about amnesty than the midterm elections.