Thursday, July 12, 2012

On Mitt Romney and the NAACP - A Citizen Speaks

PPPS (Littleton)—Our Senior Minority & Diversity Issues Edtior, Pigment-Challenged Pete, received this comment regarding GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney's speech before the NAACP in Houston.

Dear Editor -

I recently watched Mitt Romney's speech to the NAACP.

As Mitt Romney spoke, his true character was revealed, and for the audience, the color of his skin and his party affiliation faded to the background.

Barrack Obama, who embraces the race card but has abandoned the black community with his economic policies, chose not to speak, and thus revealed much about his character, as well.

Perhaps one day, the NAACP will drop the race card, and embrace a policy more like this:

I don't hold out quite as much hope for Mr. Obama, or his chief spokesman on all things colored, Mr. Holder.......but miracles can happen.

—Citizen Pete

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Updates & Other Links: Why Romney's NAACP speech matters - Joseph Curl, Washington Times

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