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Condoleezza Rice urges Republican party to be more inclusive

There are 65 comments on the Reuters story from Mar 15, 2014, titled Condoleezza Rice urges Republican party to be more inclusive. In it, Reuters reports that:

Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Saturday called on the Republican Party to become more inclusive on issues like immigration.

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Cat74

Bolingbrook, IL

#1 Mar 16, 2014
I don't know a single legal immigrant that is a Democrat. I am sure there are some, but people who see the Democrats welcoming petty criminals are not the kind of people most Americans want to hang out with. Honor our laws and you will be welcomed. Otherwise sty where you are, hidden away
OBamaCare FUBAR

Bohemia, NY

#2 Mar 16, 2014
She and Colin Powell are crypto Dems and should just get honest, switch parties, and stop jerking us around. They're just the type who vote for someone based on the color of their skin rather than on the content of their character. That's called racism. We all know Powell voted Obama. I'll bet she did too.

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#4 Mar 16, 2014
"..tell them to stay for a while, we dont want them back right away.." Vicente Fox Ex Prez of Mexico on reports of the Mexican citizens running to the US-lmao
and thats how many progressives feel about anyone in the Prez Dubya Bush cabinet

you keep CONdy Rice
foster

Ashburn, VA

#5 Mar 16, 2014
What's the point in claiming to be Conservative if you're a proponent of inclusive Govt?

Divisiveness gives Republicans the xenophonic edge they're seeking politically
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#6 Mar 16, 2014
OBamaCare FUBAR wrote:
We all know Powell voted Obama.
Dear, could it be because you had lousy candidates why those repubes [black or white or brown] jumped the repube ship?

Wasn.t there also the "anybody but romney" mantra from the repubes?
Cat74

Bolingbrook, IL

#7 Mar 16, 2014
Romney lost to the Democrat dead vote.

Since: Jul 11

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#8 Mar 16, 2014
He lost because he's in the wrong party, The 2006 Gov. Romney was a much more freer thinker without the religous baggage-

Here's your tip-your minority outreach is dead
serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#11 Mar 16, 2014
When do people learn? If conservatives are not back in power to make the tough choices needed then the United States will continue to expand into a third world nation in many areas. This is not funny. The tough choices are just a bit more person responsibility in the worse of the excess ways of living life. If this does not happen, then people who are totally nasty will be elected or forced on us at some point. The laws and government departments are in place. The current crop of politicians are chronic liars as our government already is violating our rights and more. But woe to those who do not care.

“Make America Great Again”

Since: Jun 07

Bring Obama Back!

#14 Mar 16, 2014
Another one of the right-wingerís token Blacks have come home to roost.
Iíll never get how anyone of color can claim to be a part of a racist ideology and political Party, or hang around (no pun intended) at those tea-bagger rallies and not feel disgusted by the level of hate that they have for people who look like them. But finally, we are beginning to see Blacks who had been silent for years as they buried their heads in the sand and ignored the racist bigotry of the GOP/tea-bagging-right no longer able to take it anymore and call the right out of their hate.

But I still have no respect for those self-hating tokens; they allowed the hate from the right to persist for years and use their Black faces for cover in the process.
But it is sweet to watch the tea-baggers react to one of their own saying what we have been saying about them for years.
serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#15 Mar 16, 2014
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Another one of the right-wingerís token Blacks have come home to roost.
Iíll never get how anyone of color can claim to be a part of a racist ideology and political Party, or hang around (no pun intended) at those tea-bagger rallies and not feel disgusted by the level of hate that they have for people who look like them. But finally, we are beginning to see Blacks who had been silent for years as they buried their heads in the sand and ignored the racist bigotry of the GOP/tea-bagging-right no longer able to take it anymore and call the right out of their hate.
But I still have no respect for those self-hating tokens; they allowed the hate from the right to persist for years and use their Black faces for cover in the process.
But it is sweet to watch the tea-baggers react to one of their own saying what we have been saying about them for years.
Murderer!

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#16 Mar 16, 2014
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Another one of the right-wingerís token Blacks have come home to roost.
Iíll never get how anyone of color can claim to be a part of a racist ideology and political Party, or hang around (no pun intended) at those tea-bagger rallies and not feel disgusted by the level of hate that they have for people who look like them. But finally, we are beginning to see Blacks who had been silent for years as they buried their heads in the sand and ignored the racist bigotry of the GOP/tea-bagging-right no longer able to take it anymore and call the right out of their hate.
But I still have no respect for those self-hating tokens; they allowed the hate from the right to persist for years and use their Black faces for cover in the process.
But it is sweet to watch the tea-baggers react to one of their own saying what we have been saying about them for years.
Minority representation has won by the DNC almost 3 to 1, Robert Duvall and his wife cant believe the deranged extremism..Democrats could win with without a single state below North Carolina..If Hilary runs she could grab 350..Welcome back Virginia
serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#17 Mar 16, 2014
swedenforever wrote:
<quoted text> Minority representation has won by the DNC almost 3 to 1, Robert Duvall and his wife cant believe the deranged extremism..Democrats could win with without a single state below North Carolina..If Hilary runs she could grab 350..Welcome back Virginia
Murderer!

Since: Jul 11

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#19 Mar 16, 2014
Castro 2020

Since: Jul 11

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#20 Mar 16, 2014
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> Murderer!
Yes, I have looks that kill..
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#21 Mar 16, 2014
She also wants them to try on her manolo blahkins.
Mothra

Phoenix, AZ

#23 Mar 16, 2014
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Another one of the right-wingerís token Blacks have come home to roost.
Iíll never get how anyone of color can claim to be a part of a racist ideology and political Party, or hang around (no pun intended) at those tea-bagger rallies and not feel disgusted by the level of hate that they have for people who look like them. But finally, we are beginning to see Blacks who had been silent for years as they buried their heads in the sand and ignored the racist bigotry of the GOP/tea-bagging-right no longer able to take it anymore and call the right out of their hate.
But I still have no respect for those self-hating tokens; they allowed the hate from the right to persist for years and use their Black faces for cover in the process.
But it is sweet to watch the tea-baggers react to one of their own saying what we have been saying about them for years.
"I am not a conservative but I have spoken out for years against the staggering amount blind hatred directed at black conservatives by liberals.

Liberals are shockingly quick to demean and dismiss brilliant black people like Rice, Carson, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), Professor Walter E. Williams and economist Thomas Sowell because they donít fit into the role they have carved out for a black person in America.

Black Americans must be obedient liberals on all things or risk being called a race traitor or an Uncle Tom."
--Juan Williams
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#24 Mar 16, 2014
Mothra wrote:
<quoted text>
Liberals are shockingly quick to demean and dismiss brilliant black people like Rice, Carson, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), Professor Walter E. Williams and economist Thomas Sowell because they donít fit into the role they have carved out for a black person in America
Why would libs not encourage and applaud "brilliant black people"?

After all it was the liberal party that voted in a "black person".
Mothra

Phoenix, AZ

#25 Mar 16, 2014
Responsibility wrote:
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Why would libs not encourage and applaud "brilliant black people"?
Why indeed. But as MCP demonstrates, they do.
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Los Angeles, CA

#26 Mar 16, 2014
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Los Angeles, CA

#27 Mar 16, 2014
squeeg

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