Clinton Asks Black Man to Move to Back of the Bus

American Thinker
The Democrats’ ability to showcase their racism against blacks and other minorities, and the media’s ability to overlook that racism, continue to astound me. I am speaking of Bill Clinton’s back room deal to get the Democrat Senate nominee, Kendrick Meek — a black man — to drop out of the race in favor of Charlie Crist, a white man!


When you consider that Crist is a former Republican, it only makes the story more tantalizing. Why would Clinton select a former Republican-turned-Independent over the black candidate who won the Democrat primary? After all, the Democrats are the party of civil rights. Right?


Clinton is willing to toss the black man under the bus, in order to defeat…a Latino! I bet you won’t hear it explained this way on Telemundo!

52 Dead After Muslim Militants Attack Iraqi Christian Church

Iraqi security forces stormed a Baghdad church where militants had taken an entire congregation hostage for four hours, leaving at least 52 people dead, including a priest, Iraqi officials said Monday.

It was not immediately clear whether the hostages died at the hands of the attackers or during the rescue late on Sunday night in an affluent neighborhood of the capital.

The incident began when militants wearing suicide vests and armed with grenades attacked the Iraqi stock exchange at dusk Sunday before turning their attention to the nearby Our Lady of Deliverance church – one of Baghdad’s main Catholic places of worship – taking about 120 Christians hostage.

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Officials: Investigators Almost Missed 1 Mail Bomb

Fox News

WASHINGTON — One of the two powerful bombs shipped from Yemen to Chicago-area synagogues nearly slipped past investigators even after they were tipped off, a U.S. official and a British security consultant said Sunday.

The near-miss shows that the suspected Al Qaeda bomb was sophisticated enough to escape notice. It also shows how close terrorists came to getting the explosives airborne and bound for the U.S.

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