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Alan Colmes: Don't Hold Susan Rice Accountable Because She's Black

Becca in TX Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 3:15 PM
Of course, our lives weren't perfect and we did have to deal with racism occasionally-but it came from the black community as much as from the white community and NEVER from our families. My boys grew up knowing that they had a large family that loved them. My parents (staunch republicans) taught us that the point of the Good Samaritan parable was that racism is a sin and we were never allowed to use racial terms. I lived in Georgia in the early 60s-my dad said he'd never understood what the Civil Rights movement was about when he was growing up in West Texas, but he learned about it in GA. I have two cousins that have adopted black or biracial babies and live in Texas. Black or white, if you truly love God you can't hate each other.

I've been hoping that the race card would be played out by now but sadly, it isn't. Yesterday on America Live with Megyn Kelly, liberal Alan Colmes said Republicans shouldn't be criticizing Susan Rice because she's a black woman. Colmes argued that the optics of Republicans "attacking minorities" don't look so good.

"I just don't think it is wise for Republicans on the heels of the election to pick as their first target an African-American woman, a very accomplished one just by a purely political, strategic standpoint."

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