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Colin Powell Uses Code Words to Describe Republican Party

dnoonan-miss Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 4:30 PM
Every time we hear Powell is in the news he's sitting down with some left-wing alphabet network interviewer and attempting to bash conservatives. I don't get it. What is wrong with this guy - we all knew he was at best a moderate Republican, or at least he claimed he was years ago, but what is up with these hate-filled lies he is spewing? Ive been Republican my whole life but have lived in blue states, I've never come accross Republicans who were racists or even based things on race. To the contrary, the people I've met who want to identify everything with race are Democrats. Here in Arizona we have a bunch of these left-wing racist groups like La Raza for just one example.

Yesterday former Secretary of State Colin Powell told illegal magazine toter and Meet the Press host David Gregory that the Republican Party is having an "identity crisis" and said there is a "dark vein of intolerance" inside the GOP. He accused leaders in the Party of using "code words" to put down minorities as if his own "dark vein" reference wasn't code for something. He predictably slammed Sarah Palin and portrayed birthers as an influentail sector of the Republican Party (they're not).

On the birther thing, I'd like to remind...