Ann Coulter debates the dark skinned black man with the negro dialect aka Al Sharpton.
Loyalty can really blind a person's judgement. Loyalty can be an overriding factor to a person exercising common sense. Al Sharpton is a person who has no moral core. His loyality as a so called Reverend isn't to god. His loyalty rests in defending a political party at every turn regardless of whether they do wrong. Al Sharpton is an ultra liberal. A black democrat State Senator in my state of Maryland by the name of Lisa Gladden made a statement a few years ago that "party trumps race". She made that statement in response to her being questioned about the racially insensitive attacks by Democrats that were being used against then candidate for the U.S Senate Michael Steele.
Lisa Gladden "Party trumps race, especially on the national level," she said. "If you are bold enough to run, you have to take whatever the voters are going to give you. It's democracy, perhaps at its worse, but it is democracy."
Gladden's statement was one of my very first lessons into understanding that race and politics weren't two separate issues that were dealt with on their own individual merits. I soon realized that race could be utilized as a political weapon like any other issue. When politicians talk about racism, I know for the most part they could care less about it. It is just a tool in which they can use to accumulate and maintain power. Of course the racial political tool aka the "race card" is a hallmark among Democratic liberal politicians and their operatives. Al Sharpton has been a long time liberal Democrat operative and glorified race huslter and poverty pimp. I talked before about how loyalty can blind a person's judgement. Al Sharpton illustrates that perfectly. What Harry Reid said was aimed at him, because Al Sharpton is the text book definition of what type of black person who isn't "acceptable" to white voters. Yet the dumbed down, love sick fool Al Shaprton is defending Harry Reid. Anyways, Al Sharpton and Ann Coulter were both guests on Geraldo's show yesterday, and the topic was about the comments made by Harry Reid. Ann Coulter did a great job at going after not only Reid but defining Sharpton as the black person Reid believes isn't acceptable to white voters.