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Saturday, December 07, 2013

By R J Shulman

WASHINGTON – The Republican National Committee, which has been trying to improve its outreach to African American voters, who gave Romney only 5% of their vote, hit a barrage of backlash when they tweeted that Rosa Parks helped end racism.  Due to the collage of complaints, the RNC sent out a clarifying tweet saying that their comment was misleading as there is still plenty of reverse racism in America.

The tweet said, “Do we remember the name of the white bus driver who was just following the rules he himself did not make when he asked, and rather nicely, I might add, Ms. Parks to go to the back of the bus.  The reason we don’t know the name of the bus driver is that the liberal press has made sure to relegate his name to the scrap heap of history.  And do we know the name of the white passenger who was denied a seat at the front of the bus as the rules stated?  No.  The liberals have made sure we don’t know his name either.  But its Rosa Parks this and Rosa Parks that, and that, my friends is racism.”

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said, “In our continuing effort to reach out to Negro voters, we will start out by tell them we have their backs and for them not to have such a negative view of the Southern heritage of unpaid internship, because unlike the welfare handouts they all get today from the government, the handouts they got from the plantation owners back then were from the private sector and everyone knows that getting handouts from the government is communistic while getting things from the private sector is just part of the American free enterprise system.”

Priebus said their next target is women, who also seem to favor Democrats. “We must find a way to get the broads to vote Republican, so we are working on methods on how to get the chicks to leave their kitchens where they belong and make an intelligent vote for GOP candidates even though their mental capacity isn’t that great.  The girls, I mean I was talking about the female’s lack of mental capacity and not the Republican candidates.”


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