South Carolina: Clyburn Joins Colbert Busch on Campaign Trail

Feb 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Roll Call

Assistant House Minority Leader James E. Clyburn, D-S.C., will join Elizabeth Colbert Busch, the favorite to win the Democratic nomination in South Carolina's 1st District special election, in Charleston on Saturday.

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Independent

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Feb 18, 2013
 
Dickweed wrote:
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That is a racist comment. As a matter of fact it is the defination of a racist comment.
Try not to be soooooo racist all the time and maybe you could figure out who you really need to be afraid of.
Fact is all elected black reps do Use the race card, they know it scares white reps and they get face time on the liberal news, so when all else fails bring out the race card.It was a good tactic at one time, but now people have gotten tired of this and its loosing its momentum now. To be fair white liberal democrats have used this also, for some reason when they are loosing the debate they bring up race.
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Santa Rosa Beach, FL

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Independent wrote:
<quoted text>Fact is all elected black reps do Use the race card, they know it scares white reps and they get face time on the liberal news, so when all else fails bring out the race card.It was a good tactic at one time, but now people have gotten tired of this and its loosing its momentum now. To be fair white liberal democrats have used this also, for some reason when they are loosing the debate they bring up race.
That's one way t look at it. Sorta kinda a racist way to look at it. But I hear ya. black dudes are always reminding whitey that they are black. All of 'em. All the time. Black people are completely very different from white people. They want different stuff then white people do. Except for white Liberal Democrats. They work the same as black people because they are different from you too. Conservatives don't ever do that. They wouldn't use a ploy like trying to appeal to women with a inexperienced woman candidate. They wouldn't try to gain a voter block of one particular race by setting up an inept speaker just becasue is the same race. They wouldn't put a black guy as RNC chairman just becaue they were running against a black guy. Clearly Steele was the right guy for the job. He did great.
You're right racism is terrible.

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