Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Why Democrats Hate Condolezza Rice

Condolezza Rice is a brilliant person.  That is one reason why the Democrats despise her.  The other reason is that she is black.  She has left the plantation and is a runaway slave.  Blacks are not allowed to espouse any views other than those specified by their masters; in the US this means if they don’t vote Democrat they are by definition insane.  Of course the Democrats have not fulfilled their promises to those Americans of African heritage, but that doesn’t matter only what the master says counts.

So the Al Frankenheimers and Howard Deans of the world attack and disparage her and others who might strike out on their own.  The deem them traitors to their race, of course most of the power in the Democrat party is held by whites and mostly white men.  Is anything wrong with this picture?  Blacks are in trouble in their own party now that Hispanics are becoming the largest minority group in the United States.

The Democrats will continue to take blacks for granted and concentrate on the newest group of entitlement seekers.  The Republicans are too cowardly to go after the Democrats on this or, apparently, any other issue.  How the Republicans attracted Condolezza is a mystery as she is a strong, astute person who is of great value to the United States.

Recently the Democrats gave Geena Davis an award for portraying a character on television: the first woman president. During the ceremony they bemoaned the fact that the US has not elected a woman as president.  The comments ranged from no woman has been given a chance, it’s time for a woman president, etc.  Are these people stupid?  If the Democrats believe what they are saying why don’t they nominate a woman for president?  If the Republicans nominate a woman for president will the Democrats vote for her on the simple basis that it is time for a woman president?

Condolezza Rice would probably make a good president, but she most likely will not run.  If she did run as a Republican that would be a major step in the rebellion of political slaves against their masters.

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