Georgia was one of the utmost racist southern states during slavery and Jim Crow. It hasn't changed that much. I am not surprise and neither should any other black person be at Gingrich’s stereotypical black insults. Gingrich has a white supremacist mentally.
Not to mention, he can’t keep his zipper up when married because those vows, “Til death do us part and in sickness and health” don’t mean a hill of beans to him. If he wasn’t faithful to his ex-wives, he sure won’t be faithful to Americans.
I don’t know about you folks but I get tired of politicians perpetuating stereotypes to win votes. Stereotypes seep into the fabric of public policies and impact minorities in many damaging ways and down the line lead to policies that restrict and limit freedoms of black people.
Gingrich, “I don’t see why calling foodstamps an African American issue is insulting." ~~Think Progress~~
Newt called President Obama the food stamp President, but that's not true.
Btw, Newt, here is a part of the black communities’ collective anatomy part you can kiss.
And for good measure the black community extends you their third finger.
The nominees for the GOP party seems to love using stereotypes in order to impress those with racist and prejudice views, especially if those stereotypes are aimed at black people. Without a doubt, the GOP party is not only the party of no, but it is also the party of divisiveness when it comes to the human race.
Are all black Republicans Uncle Toms? Nope, but a good majority of them are. Uncle Tom refers to a black man who cares too much about what white people think about him and modifies his behavior accordingly. He is a white folk’s pleaser and buttocks kisser. In addition, an Uncle Tom goes to great lengths to disparage or block the progress of his own people to earn brownie points with whites. Uncle Tom has an inferiority complex and it has not sunk in yet that he is equal to whites and not less than. This man is definitely an Uncle Tom.
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