She claims not to be the "white man's bitch", so who's bitch is Ieshuh Griffin?
To my female readers, there is a perfectly logically explanation behind my headline. Unfortunately, I can't explain the logic behind Ms Ieshuh Griffin's campaign slogan. Ms. Griffin is a young black female who is running as an independent for the Wisconsin State Senate. Ms. Griffin's campaign slogan just happens to be "NOT the whiteman's bitch". I guess this can be described as " when ghetto met politics". So much for a post racial America under Barack Obama. I'm going to go out on a limb and claim that Ms. Ieshuh Griffin isn't a conservative. So with that being said, I will also claim that this is another example of a black liberal having an oversensitive mental hangup on the issue of race. This story isn't even one week removed from the other race based story in which the black liberals of the NAALCP passed a resolution to try and single out the tea party movement. Because of the NAALCP's actions, Andrew Breitbart retaliated by making an issue of Ms. Shirley Sherrod. It has become abundantly clear who the people are in our country who "CAN'T LET GO OF RACE". I'm curious about Ms. Griffin. Since she claims she's "NOT the whiteman's bitch", who's bitch is she then? I wish I could ask her that.
Is she the "black man's bitch"?
the "asian man's bitch"?
the hispanic man's bitch?
the "native American man's bitch"?
the "pacific islander man's bitch"?
or "other man's bitch"?
I'm saying this of course to draw attention to how absolutely ignorant Ms. Griffin is. People who are obsessed with race tend to be some of the dumbest most closed minded ignorant people you can find anywhere. The panel on the Fox News show Red Eye discuss Ms. Griffin's slogan.
Here's Rush Limbaugh speaking about Ms. Griffin's campaign slogan.
If Ms. Griffin is running in a district that is mostly black and thinks like her, she is a shoe in to win. How do you think people like Shelia Jackson Lee, and Cynthia Mc Kenney got elected in the first place?For some reason Ieshuh Griffin actually makes Alvin Green of South Carolina seem legit believe it or not. That isn't saying much I know. File this away as another illustration on who are the people in America who are oversensitive about race. I'll give some of you a hint, it's not conservatives nor the tea party folks. I'm surprised that the left hasn't come out and called the people who don't support Ieshuh Griffin's slogan and are offended by it as being a bunch of racists. Give it time, it's still earlier.