Wednesday, December 29, 2010

More Clinton "racism"

Congressman Danny Davis has a message for former President Bill Clinton: Don't take sides in the Chicago mayor's race or else.

Davis, a longtime friend of Clinton, warned the ex-president on Tuesday that he could jeopardize his "long and fruitful relationship" with the black community if he campaigns for former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel over one of the two leading black candidates running — Davis and former Sen. Carol Moseley Braun.

Davis later said he intended his message to be a personal appeal to Clinton, friend to friend.

"You just wouldn't want your friends to be campaigning against you," Davis said. "I've enjoyed a great friendship and relationship and have a tremendous amount of affinity for both the Clintons . . . and I'd like to keep it that way."

In other words, if you oppose a black candidate running in the Democratic primary, for whatever reason, you jeopardize your relationship with the black community.

Obviously, this man is unqualified to be mayor of a multi racial, multi ethnic major American city.

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