Sunday, January 27, 2008

Blacks, Whites, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, join together in South Carolina - Pick Obama

'Yes we can!'





White Voters and Black Voters joined together in South Carolina last night to
smack down the color arousal campaign of Team Clinton in support of the institutional change message of Barack Obama.

In his Victory Speech Obama questioned “the assumption that African-Americans can’t support the white candidate; whites can’t support the African-America candidate; blacks and Latinos cant come together. He answered: But we are here tonight to say that this is not the America we believe in.

Although Hillary tried to high jack the Obama change message, black, white, latino, and native American voters in South Carolina were not buying the Hillary and Bill Clinton color Arousal politics.

Of course the team Clinton campaign has downplayed the Obama win spinning with their sick color arousal politics of days gone by, discounting the Obama Victory.

Check out the infamous and alleged first wannabe black President Bill Clinton's racist spin: "Jesse Jackson won South Carolina in 84 and 88," the former President Bill Clinton told reporters outside a polling station in Columbia. "Jackson ran a good campaign. And Obama ran a good campaign here." Translation? As blogger Mia T noted, The Clintons want people to believe Obama is simply this year's Jesse Jackson. This as Obama gains the endorsement of the Seattle Times, Chicago Tribune, Inquirer, and the daughter of former U.S. President John F. Kenndy, Caroline Kennedy.

I can't wait to read the spin of alleged liberal blogs at
Mydd, My Left Wing and DailyKos and others who have all been generally supporting Billary Clinton, and refuse to link to black political bloggers.

But then again, I'd rather read Afrospear bloggers take on Barack Obama. The folks at Mydd, My Left Wing and DailyKos pretty much hate on black folks anyway. But hey, that is just my opinion. What's your?

Here is a link to
Barack Obama’s South Carolina Primary Speech.


Cross posted at African American Political Pundit

1 comment:

Shazza Nakim said...

I am neither Pro-Obama or Anti-Clinton but I do know a thing about media and for the most part, the whole CLINTONS as racist was so blown out of proportion and misleading that is was horrible.

What amazes me more is BLACK PEOPLE felt for it and quickly turned on the very people who when you look at their record, has extended they service all the way to AFRICA.

it all reminded me of how a Black Woman filed a court case accusing ME of being "racist". When I appeared in court and the judge saw that I AM A BLACK MAN and a civil rights activist ... I was out of the court in less than 2 minutes.

SOUND BITES don't make a story, an opinion, nor is it the truth.... BUT it is BAD POLITICS only good for the weak at mind.