Comments: Julian Bond strikes out at Bush yet again in partisan NAACP keynote

One has to wonder just what is causing these folks to go stark raving mad. Maybe Bond needs to be assigned to the same room as Chirac at the asylum for the mentally disturbed.

Posted by Lola at July 12, 2004 09:09 AM

Look who's calling the kettle black. Nobody asked me, but then again, my family bailed on the NAACP more than 20 years ago, so they prolly lost our contact info.

Julian and PeeWee Frizzell, AKA Mfume, have been divisive from day one. Never mind that Bush has more Blacks and Latinos IN the upper hierarchy of his administration than Kerry has in all of his campaign staff, or any other administration in history.

Posted by Andy Foster at July 12, 2004 09:51 AM

First, what is wrong with racial neutrality? Isn't the ideal we strive for a society in which people are not judged based on race?

By "racial division," I assume he means the Reps don't kiss the NAACP's ass.

If he believes the tax cuts to be "duct tape and plastic sheets," he truly has no clue how an economy works.

Posted by S Michael Moore at July 12, 2004 10:49 AM

It appears Julian Bond's problem is that he's loosing grip on the plantation. The only way someone can "control a people" is by keeping them "clustered together". Just like on the plantation- you can make money off people. They make money & have control and influence over blacks. They want to keep control so others have to come through them to get their "PLANTATION VOTES". It's clear that these plantation overseers (Julian Bond, etc.)are loosing grip on they're plantation. Once our people (blacks) realize they're FREE to leave---"THEY WILL."
Just like I did and FREEDOM NEVER FELT SO GOOD. I'M FREE TO MAKE MY OWN DECISIONS AND VOTE THE WAY I FEEL LEAD. AMEN!

Posted by Rev. Bruce Leonard at October 31, 2004 10:23 AM
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