Truth to Power

Diane Fedele and “Who me?” racism

Getting really weary of this “I’m sorry you’re offended” racist bullshit:

Racist GOP mailing depicts Obama surrounded by KFC, watermelon, and food stamps.

A local California GOP women’s organization’s most recent newsletter claims that if Obama is elected, his face will appear on food stamps, rather than dollar bills like other presidents. The group then included a picture of “Obama Bucks” – a phony $10 bill with Obama surrounded by racist imagery:

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The president of the organization, Diane Fedele, didn’t understand the charges of racism: “I didn’t see it the way that it’s being taken. I never connected. It was just food to me.” One African-American member of the club said that upon seeing the newsletter, she “cried for 45 minutes.” “This is what keeps African-Americans from joining the Republican Party,” she added. </em>

And keeps worthless pieces of shit like Diane Fedele from joining the human race. Lady, I hope you have kids that are ashamed to see your face.


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