Al Sharpton defends Harry Reid surprise surprise.
Al Sharpton "I have learned of certain unfortunate comments made by Senator Reid regarding President Barack Obama and have spoken with Senator Reid about those comments. While there is no question that Senator Reid did not select the best word choice in this instance, these comments should not distract America from its continued focus on securing healthcare or creating jobs for its people. Nor should they detract from the unquestionable leadership role Senator Reid has played on these issues or in the area of civil rights. Senator Reid's door has always been open on hearing from the civil rights community on these issues and I look forward to continue to work with Senator Reid wherever possible to improve the lives of Americans everywhere."
Al Sharpton is nothing less then a piece of human garbage, and you can quote me on that. It's odd that Al didn't have the same kind hearted approach to Trent Lott and Don Imus when they made their "unfortunate comments". Liberals use race as a political weapon just like they use other divisive issues such as gender, religion and class envy. Since the NAACP didn't come out and take Harry Reid to task over his remarks, it was only natural to suspect that Al Sharpton was going to protect Harry Reid. This is how stupid and gullible Al Shartpon is. Al Sharpton represents the type of black person that Reid claimed that doesn't have a chance of becoming president. Shaprton is a" dark skinned man with a negro dialect". Like the blue dog loyalist Al Sharpton is, it's more about serving a party over exercising common decency and morality. Al Shartpon is a disgrace as a black man and as a supposed man of god. What would have been the result if a Republican in congress would have made the same comments Harry Reid made,and Micheal Steele would have came out and defended them like Al Sharpton did? What would Michael Steele be called by liberals? He would be called a loyal, boot licking, Uncle Tom. So what exactly is Al Sharpton? Harry Reid in essence said that Sharpton wasn't worthy of being president not based on his policies, but based on the type of black man that he is, and he defends him.