Congressman Allen West has second thoughts about being a memeber of the Congressional Black Caucus.
Allen said all the right things during the segment by highlighting how the CBC has ignored the real problems facing the black community while instead deciding to focus their attention on the Tea Party which has nothing to do with any of them. How is the Tea Party responsible for the problems facing blacks in America? Blacks who had common sense in the audience of Maxine Water's event should have asked Maxine Waters how exactly is the Tea Party adversely impacting the black community. She would have been stunned in her inability to respond to such a question. I applaud Allen West for seeing the light about the CBC, but I have to scratch my head over one obvious question. Why did Allen West join the CBC in the first place? He had to have known that the group is nothing more then an ultra progressive auxiliary shill of the Democratic Party. I've known that fact for well over ten years. Conservatives of all races have also known that. If I was Allen West, and I was elected to congress, no way in hell would I even remotely entertain the notion of joining the CBC. I respect Allen, but he made a bad judgment call hooking up with those progressive loons in the first place. As for Congressman Carson, he might want to look in his own party, because I'm sure a certain percentage of socialist Democrats would also like to see him and other blacks hanging from trees. He obviously fails to understand that the only reason Barack Obama even won the Democratic nomination in the first place is because of basically what the Democratic Senate majority leader Harry Reid said "Obama was a light skinned person "WITHOUT" a "NEGRO DIALECT". With black progressives like Congressman Carson, the DDDD tactic always has to be used on blacks. Keep them Dumbed Down. Keep them Dependent and keep them voting Democratic. Here's another illustration of what I am saying. Here's Jesse "the married reverend who knocked up his secretary"Jackson referring to the modern day Tea Party to that of the Civil War confederate General Robert E Lee.