Comments: Mfume didn't quit, he was kicked out

Yes, pity about Bond. Glad I'm not a member of NAACP.

Posted by Lola at December 6, 2004 02:07 PM

An instance of "too little, too late." Mfume should've cut the crap that he and the other moonbats perpetrate years ago. Bond probably thinks that Mfume is a traitor, an Uncle Tom, or something along those lines. Bond suffers from the delusion that his overpowering influence in the NAACP translates to power among the general populace, when in fact, it is because of jackasses like him (and Mfume), the NAACP has lost members and 'pull' with those who truly have power. Like a teenage punk who can bully his peers but gets an ass-whooping from a college frat boy, it must chap Bond's buttcheeks that nobody really gives a damn about him or his Country Club for Race and Poverty Pimps and the simpletons who buy into their propaganda.

Posted by skh at December 6, 2004 06:04 PM

This really is a sad state of affairs. It encourages me about Mfume, even though it was too little, too late. Bond needs to be gone and that kind of pride and arrogance will topple him soon.

Posted by BobG at December 6, 2004 08:58 PM

Mfume never was what the conservative elite said he was. Now, some want to call him the moderating voice.

Phui.

When Shaun Hannity can't twist your words or what you "didn't say" against you, that says something.

Posted by DarkStar at December 6, 2004 10:08 PM

It almost sounds like Julian Bond is suffering from "PEST" (post election selection trauma), except in his case it was an election several years ago!

Posted by Denise at December 7, 2004 03:09 AM

I wonder if Julian might be clearing the way for Ms. Berry. Seeing as how she's out of a job and all. She and Julian probably get along pretty well, too.

Posted by Rick Ballard at December 8, 2004 01:07 PM
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