Thursday, June 23, 2011

Interesting Quote: Michele Bachmann

This president has failed the Hispanic community. He has failed the African-American community. He has failed us all when it comes to jobs. The status quo certainly isn't working for the African-American community, with 16 percent unemployment, or the Hispanic community, with nearly 12 percent unemployment. It's even worse for the youth: For Hispanic youth right now, 26 percent unemployment; for African-American youth, 40 percent unemployment.
I didn't know she cared about the communities of color. That's news to me, honey.


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7 comments:

Writer said...

Well, with Ms. Bachmann as president, the communities of color would all have jobs. Appropriate jobs as maids and house servants and possibly fieldhands. And those in charge wouldn't have to worry about paying them anything. =/

luciferosirisarnold said...

There are things that can change years over night, like a divorce, death, tornado ,this isn't one of them.

Bob said...

It's called pandering to get votes, and the Black and Hispanic communities are too smart to fall for it.

Stan said...

I by no means support her but after that pitiful speach last night Obama has failed us who voted for him thinking he would end these god damn wars and take the country in a new direction. Instead of a new direction we got "Bush Lite!"

luciferosirisarnold said...

A silent alarm has went off in thousands of Blacks and We/They are all headed South. From what I hear they are standing for something and being counted and to me that spells success all the BABY. Bachmann can sit on it, and up her nose with a rubber hose.lol

Robyn said...

She's pandering now that she's doing good in the GOP polls. If it weren't for that, we wouldn't matter to her.

Kyle said...

Miss B is just placing a soundbite. She doesn't care one bit for anyone who isn't WASPSM.

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