Survey Says ‘Zero’

(Undated file photo) New Confederacy Leader Mitch McConnell only had a few chins

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7 Responses to Survey Says ‘Zero’

  1. “I don’t see colah! For instance I am looking raht at you and I cannot tell if you re whate, black, orange or green!”

    [hastily dons blackface, and recites in a ppoor imitation of MLK]

    “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

    [wipes blackface off, poorly, making him look like he just motorboated a tub of axle grease].

    Also, how to say you don’t have any without saying you don’t have any, because apparently the only way a Black woman could be on his staff or any other would be to fulfill some sort of ‘racial quota’.

    Gee, I cannot understand why the GQP just keeps running into issues attracting minority voters…’tis a mystery for the ages!

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  2. roket says:

    Who needs diverse opinions when you already know what’s best for your constituents.

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  3. Grung_e_Gene says:

    Republicans hate Black people.

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  4. Redhand says:

    On a certain level, these brief biographic details suggest all you need to know about Moscow Mitch’s attitude towards race and anything that would benefit the disadvantaged:

    McConnell was born on February 20, 1942, to Julia Odene “Dean” (née Shockley; 1919–1993) and Addison Mitchell “A.M.” McConnell II (1917–1990). McConnell was born in Sheffield, Alabama, and grew up in nearby Athens, Alabama, where his grandfather, Robert Hayes McConnell Sr. and his great uncle Addison Mitchell McConnell, owned McConnell Funeral Home. [My emphasis.]

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  5. Jimmy T says:

    Of course there is a racial quota, only white people can apply…

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  6. annieasksyou says:

    Let’s not forget this is the man who recently said “African-Americans vote just like Americans do.” He was then deeply offended by anyone who suggested that statement just might indicate a wee problem with his sensibilities.

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