[video] Hillary’s Racist Kentucky Rednecks She’s Trying to Rile Up

via SmartenUp

Look she can have ’em! Why doesn’t Hillary splinter off and start her independent party, a coalition consisting of old white women, handkerchief head negroes (Hey Charlie!) and these hillbillies from the mountains of West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Kentucky. Now if these racist pieces of sh*t are the deciding factors in the presidential race, then the Democratic party has a lot of introspection it needs to do with itself. How the hell can you erect a platform that is inclusive of ALL and you are a party of outright racists stuck in the ’60’s (those Cubans in Miami are something else too). Funny how this is the backbone of Hillary’s constituents. Maybe these are the same kooks she’s trying to turn into Manchurian Candidate‘s so they can snipe Obama…shame, shame, shame!

Sen. Edwards Throws Sen. Obama His Support

Dream Ticket?

The highly coveted John Edwards endorsement was hand-delivered to Barack Obama on Wednesday in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Edwards broke rank with his wife, who is pro-Hillary and said he believes Obama shares his vision to cut poverty in half within ten years. Pundits are wondering whether this is a glimpse of the Democratic Dream Ticket or if the Dems orchestrated this endorsement to resuscitate Obama’s standing with blue collar “whites” who have categorically been flocking to Hillary Clinton, as evidenced with her landslide victory last night in West Virginia.

Edwards, who received a thunderous ovation when Obama introduced him to a crowd of several thousand, said, “brothers and sisters, we must come together as Democrats” to defeat McCain. “We are here tonight because the Democratic voters have made their choice, and so have I.”

Editor’s Note: Now, although I do agree that an Edwards endorsement is great for the Party, I don’t believe Democrats are directly addressing the issue at hand in West Virginia. Those rural blue collar whites aren’t interested in Edwards policies, they are vehemently non-supportive of the “black” candidate and grouping him with a “handsome” white young senator from North Carolina isn’t going to stem that distrust. A staggering 77% of voters said race played a factor at exit polls and the “Rev. Wright” issue doesn’t help. I find it funny that when whites invoke the “racial” divide into their argument they just haven’t “moved on” but when “blacks” mention it then they’re radical or separatists. Again, another clear example of the double standard which clearly exists.