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There should be no place for racist attacks on Mitch McConnell’s wife

I’m not so sure that THIS STUFF represents racism in full flower, but it comes close enough to cause concern:

ProgressKentucky is a progressive group that first made headlines by announcing its intention to fund a tea party candidate to run against Sen. Mitch McConnell (R) in the 2014 primary. On Tuesday, the group’s leadership tried to defend itself after a series of tweets this month referencing the ethnicity of McConnell’s wife, former Labor Secretary Elaine Chao, and her father’s business ties to China.

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  1. danimal: Yeah, and most of the objections probably came from Democrats as well.

    And it was the liberal New York Times that put a glaring spotlight on this episode.

    So, your implied Democrat-bashing is pretty much pointless, isn’t it?

  2. Not at all Pat, just want to point out as many specifics cause you will never hear a Democrat beat something to death, right?

  3. Give it up, danimal. You’re making less and less sense with each succeeding comment you post on this blog. And that’s not easy to do, considering your idiotic slants on the Second Amendment and certain other subjects.

    Oh, and your grammar is only getting worse.

  4. Is that blackface or is he a 70’s version of john boehner? The dolt look more orange then black to me.

    ” But Mr. Hikind said he had learned a lesson from the blackface episode.

    “Next year I was thinking I’d be an Indian,” he said. “But you know, I’ve changed my mind about that. I don’t think that’s a good idea. Somebody will be offended.” ”

    What a moron.

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