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    Saturday Night Card Game (In Search of People of Color)

    Saturday Night Card Game (In Search of People of Color)

    This is the latest in a series on the use of the race card for political gain:

    We all know how nothing brings out the race card from the overwhelmingly white media like a crowd of overwhelmingly white Tea Partiers. 

    This video from Black & Right (via Instapundit) makes the point:

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TQBEzaHTiY?fs=1]

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    It's nice to see that "people of color" can make this tongue-in-cheek video. It is clearly revealed in the end that everyone he "interviews" is in on the joke. Just goes to show you that there are blacks who feel exactly the same way about being taken for granted by the Democratic Party as we conservatives feel about the Republican Party. It would make all the sense in the world for many more blacks to join us.

    I attended the July 4 Tea Party rally at Pasadena City Hall and althouth less than 50 people showed up, more than half of them were not white. Lots of Asians, a few blacks and latinos and the rest were white. Even the white people were not your typical Republicans. Several were Jews from eastern Europe. I know because most all of us went out for beers after.

    Color? What is the color of an American?

    That is the best video I have seen, and while humorous really has a message. It is a shame that some liberal democrats cannot get the message that we are all Americans. Personally, I think someone ought to add that to syllabus for schools so kids might actually learn an important lesson. Especially as so many adults are missing it.

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