A North Carolina county precinct Republican chair has resigned after a controversial interview that aired on ‘The Daily Show’ Wednesday night.

A spokesman for the Buncombe County Republican Party confirmed that the resignation was directly related to the interview, in which Yelton said, among other things, ‘lazy black people’ want ‘the government to give them everything.’

Interviewer Aasif Mandvi interviewed Yelton about North Carolina’s new voter ID law, which has been contested by the Justice Department.

The state contends that the law, which requires voters to show certain specified forms of photo ID in order to be allowed to vote, is intended to limit minority voters.

Yelton demurred, saying the law would prevent voter fraud, a crime committed, by his own admission, by possibly one or two people per year.

‘The bottom line is, the law is not racist,’ stated Yelton.

‘Of course the law is not racist. And you’re not racist,’ suggests Mandvi, a statement which is greeted by a long pause from Yelton.

‘Well,’ he says. ‘I have been called a bigot before.’

He goes on to tell Mandvi that in fact, one of his best friends is black.

The segment then becomes a montage of cringe-worthy statements from Yelton, including:

‘When I was a young man, you didn’t call a black a black, you called him a negro.’

‘I had a picture one time of Obama sitting on a stump as a witch doctor, I posted that one Facebook… I was making fun of the white half of Obama, not the black half.’

‘And now, you have a black person using the term, ‘n***** this, n****** that,’ and it’s OK for them to do it.’

This last comment prompts Mandvi to ask Yelton, ‘You know we can hear you, right?’

Yelton goes on to explain that in fact, the voter ID law in North Carolina would affect mostly Democrat voters, effectively admitting that the law suppresses Democrat votes.

‘If it hurts the whites, so be it,’ he says. ‘If it hurts a bunch of lazy blacks that want the government to give them everything, so be it.’

Yelton’s Facebook feed is equally unbecoming to a person in the public eye, proving he’s never been one to mince his words – or even spell them correctly.

According to Business Insider, the Buncombe County GOP said in a statement that Yelton was ‘recently reprimanded and removed from his position as a precinct chair.’

He had been re-elected to the position at the 2013 convention by a margin of two votes–his own and his wife’s.

‘Mr Yelton’s comments are offensive, uniformed, and unacceptable of any member within the Republican Party,’ the statement read.

‘In no way are his comments representative of the local or state Republican Party.’

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  • ‘In no way are his comments representative of the local or state Republican Party.’

    They ought to be. Besides, what he says is milquetoast and tame compared to what we say here.

    • Anon

      Why is that? The GOP has a long, uninterrupted pattern of anti-white bigotry and advancement of genocide against us. At no point in their past, EVER, have they championed white people, our interests or even spoke up about any issue remotely pro-white. Quite the opposite. They waged relentless war on the Klan and eventually toppled them from power.

      Republicans are only “conservative” relative to the extreme communist takeover of the white democratic party they destroyed. In fact, the Christian values they supposedly are in favor of, have only ever been so much lip service and never touched them even remotely with regard to policy. Their policies have all been homogenous and anti-white.

      Republicans are the old, reliable, slow standard of anti-white genocide. The democrats, former overt champions of white people, having been ground into the dirt by the GOP, destroyed and with a power vacuum, were taken over by the rabid, kill whitey NOW movement. Just because that happened, in no way changed the GOP to be in any manner pro-white. If anything, they’ve felt comfortable to be more and more openly anti-white the last 20 years or so.

      Accept your genocide decades from now or right now, is the only choice they’ve every given us.

    • So CAL Snowman

      It’s so very strange, the GOP actually thinks that non-Whites and liberal Whites can be convinced that the GOP isn’t the racist, neo-nazi party that the mainstream media says it is. The GOP is NEVER going to convince these people that the GOP isn’t racist, so why even try? If the GOP would just “come out” as the White party with a White nationalist platform, they would never lose another election.

  • Oil Can Harry

    It’s too bad he lost his gig but shame on him for thinking John Stewart Liebowitz and a guy named Aasif Mandvi were his friends.

    • Jack Burton

      They’re failed comedians on a lame pseudo-political show now.

  • Son of Galton

    Okay, repeat after me: there is no such thing as “the right to vote”! Period.

    The franchise must be severely curtailed and restricted if this country is to survive into the 22nd century (it won’t, and therefore It won’t). Here are my proposed qualifications (that don’t currently exist in some form):

    1) Must be at least 21 years old
    2) Must not have used ANY means-tested gov’t assistance in the past 5 years
    3) Must have paid at least $50,000 in Federal income taxes over a working life (net)
    4) Must correctly name one’s Representative, Senator, Governor, and their respective political parties; as well as the number of electoral votes for one’s state and the year said state was admitted to the Union.

    This would eliminate nearly all black voters, wet-behind-the-ears college kids, and other generally irresponsible people. That’s why it will never happen.

    • Fancy five dollar phrase:

      Homeostatic equilibrium.

      In political terms, it means that the political center will always readjust. It might be tempting to criticize your proposal as one designed to give Republicans total electoral hegemony. And for awhile after it is adopted, it would. But homeostatic equilibrium would kick in, and Democrats would change tactics and start winning elections again. However, in such an America, it would be a political center lodged entirely within the electorate that is eligible to vote, and therefore, conventional politics would be about what ideas and policies are right for the kind of people who can and do vote, wink wink, almost entirely white people. The new political center would be vastly to the right of our current one, and with almost all non-whites disenfranchised, politics would not be a low level bloodless race war anymore.

      Likewise, if an amnesty bill passes and we’re flooded with zillions more non-whites, yes, it would lead to a time of temporary Democrat electoral hegemony. But once again, HE will kick in, and Republicans will win elections. But the political center will have moved so far left that even when Democrats lose, they win. You can already see that in many major American cities where there are large populations of both whites and blacks. The blacks are all black, and the whites are mostly left-wing. There is one party on paper, the Democrats, but two parties in practice, the black Democrats and the white liberal Democrats, with any other races, if present, acting as wild cards. There is a political center, but because of racial politics, there can be no such thing as viable political centrism (note the difference in spelling).

      Viable centrist politics can only exist in ethnostates.

      • Jesse James

        Nicely explained, thanks.

    • Anon

      It’s cute that you still think any actual voting goes on and that somehow, all we need to do is reform it.

      Not to be mean but white people have dominated the vote for untold generations yet, never has our will been manifest…..not since the earliest days of the republic.

      The US as a representational democracy with the rule of law is a myth. The easily seen truth is that we are a communist oligarchy, increasingly a dictatorship. Your “vote” goes right into a garbage can. Whomever has been groomed for it presents their image to the people and the media literally manufactures and increasingly unlikely reality to match. The idea is to diffuse responsibility. After all, a handful of people who make bad/unpopular decisions, could always be held accountable by a mob, if nothing else. But not if everyone is confused as to whom they actually are and, instead, think some magical democracy decides things, and, if we could only get the correct people to vote or, if only for those crazy, stupid, leftist, republican, Christian, atheist, ultra-conservatives, liberals, illegal aliens, white people, whatever, fill in the blank. If only those people weren’t around, we could have things the way people want them instead of the sick, crazy stuff we got going on now.

      It is all a lie. No political reform, change in voting, change in politics, new party, new anything will fix or change a damn thing. Lining up a guillotine ahead of the 1,000 or so specific people making all the decisions, however……likely to be the beginning of a solution. So would the widespread opinion among whites that only white people have the right to breathe.

      • Jesse James

        I do think the populist insurgency of Andrew Jackson was a real threat to the elite domination of the US. It is why they hated him so much. But he has been dead and gone an awful long time now.

    • Raydonn

      I paid that much Federal income tax LAST YEAR and yet my vote is somehow ‘equivalent’ to Mar’quishria’s…………….we have morphed into a vile, disgusting country.

  • Spartacus

    The truth is a dangerous thing nowadays .

    • sbuffalonative

      Telling the truth is one thing. Putting your foot in your mouth is another.

      This idiot just gave the left enough ammunition to last for a couple years if not longer. First he was dumb enough to agree to walk into the trap and then he did.

      • Jesse James

        I agree, my first thought was where do they keep getting these idiots from.

    • Luca

      “In a time of universal deceit – telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” – George Orwell

  • sbuffalonative

    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Leibowitz and the Colbert Report are set-ups. That this guy was so dumb that he didn’t know this or that he didn’t know this kind of language would get him into trouble is troubling.

    We should certainly be free to say what we want without repercussions but these are dangerous times and while you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free, it can also get you fired.

    The ‘progressive’ liberal mainstream establishment is holding a gun to the head of conservatives. Don’t hand them any ammunition.

    • Archibald_Cunningham

      You’re right about them being set-ups. Both The Daily Show and The Colbert Report are notorious for cutting, splicing and adding pauses to their interviews to make Conservatives look like idiots. That being said, this guy probably didn’t make them have to work very hard.

    • Jack Burton

      It’s not that he’s dumb, he may have known, but just didn’t care. He’s obviously a Southron, and down here we don’t have the same type of liberal-think they have in the north and west. Whites aren’t terrified in the South to speak their mind and don’t become hysterical anti-racists like Yankees do.

      • Jesse James

        I know where you are coming from Jack but he was still stupid to give ammunition to a known enemy that you know will immediately be used for propaganda purposes.

        • Jack Burton

          Who’s really stupid though, him or the people who watch edited propaganda like The Daily Show and believe it. The man told the truth.

      • Katherine McChesney

        “Southron”??? That sounds like ghetto pronunciation of the word “Southern”.

        • Jack Burton

          You are one dumb bitch. It’s a historical term, in fact it was originally used by the Scots when referring to the English.

          • That’s uncalled for.

          • IstvanIN

            I never heard of the term Southron, I must be a second “dumb bitch”.

        • KonfederateKarl

          In antebellum days, and in the years after the disastrous Civil War, white Southerners commonly referred to themselves as “Southrons.” Obviously, some still do. I don’t know the origin of the term, but I assure you that it cannot be associated with anything remotely ghetto. These days, it might even suggest that one is neo-Confederate.
          Hell no, we won’t forget!

          • Get them all dug-in with proper overhead cover.

          • Katherine McChesney

            I’m Southern, and I’m elderly and I NEVER heard this.

        • Jack Burton

          You sound like you’re from the ghetto with your profound idiocy.

          It’s a historical term, originally used by the Scottish to describe the English.

          Maybe the tyrannical mods here at AmRen won’t delete this comment. Who needs Jews and liberals, we have oppressors already here.

        • I call us that. The Yankees almost always had better artillery. Playing online Civil War One wargames as a Southron, I must move my men very quickly and then have them dig in even faster. Afterward, we can totally demolish any offensive.

          Southron is not an insult, but the highest compliment.

      • sbuffalonative

        Sometimes there’s a crossover between dumb and naive. Maybe I shouldn’t have used the word dumb but instead naive or ignorant.

        If there’s a difference between what is acceptable north and south, I would hope that sitting in a chair with a bullseye on your forehead that a person would be aware of such differences and speak accordingly.

        This isn’t about whether he had a right to say what he did because he did. The issue is that his faux pas has given the ‘progressive’ liberal MSM exactly what they wanted to expose; the stereotype of an ignorant souther racist dinosaur.

        This guy was right out of central casting and he walked right into their trap which leads me to ask any number of questions.

        Did he never see the show? Did he not know how they work or that they have a liberal agenda? Did he not consult with others before he went on this show who could offer him advice? Did no one in the organization sit down with him and explain how the world works today?

  • Jesse James

    I get so sick of them trying to pretend that Negro is or was an offensive term. It means black in Spanish and I think Portuguese. It was until very recently (last census) a racial classification choice on the US Census that hundreds of thousands of mostly elderly blacks picked as their identity. Does anyone actually think the United Negro College Fund was named to insult blacks? This is just a radical leftist Alinsky tactic to befuddle the opposition by constantly changing the politically correct names for things. It is why we had colored people, negro, African-American, Black, and now it seems People of Color. The trick is to always keep you opponents confused and on the defensive. They don’t know the cool new PC in group speak so they come across as out of date, behind the times. They have used this trick since 1971 when Saul Alinsky published “Rules for Radicals.” His third rule is “Whenever possible go outside of the experience of the enemy.” Constantly changing approved terminology is a way of going outside the experience of your opponent. In a way it is a way to use the Boyd strategic concept of the OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act) loop in political discourse. Anything that makes your opponent hesitate, interrupts his thought process and when you are lucky makes him stumble make an error of speech that can later be used to beat him with works for the radical.

    • cablegirls

      Yes indeed.

      “Colored people” — You backward racist pig! (Big thumbs down!)

      “People of color” — Au courant! (Big thumbs up!)

    • Katherine McChesney

      The title of ‘African-American” is one I refuse to use. I think it is a ridiculous term. I prefer to use the color “black’ when speaking of them. They call us ‘White” instead of European-American. I put a pushy, bitchy, trouble-making black staff employee in her place when I told her off for calling herself “African-American” and calling me White. I then reported her to management. Soon thereafter she was fired as she had a file three inches thick of complaints about her asinine attitude.

  • dd121

    A Republican speaks the naked truth and the whole Republican hierarchy is groverling to rescind the remark. Sick.

    • Jack Burton

      Given our society, media and legal system it’s actually the simplest way to resolve the problem, just have him resign. Otherwise what, an ongoing media campaign and possible costly litigation, not worth it.

      • dd121

        I think it is worth getting the word out that there are a lot of people who think like us and we are tired of lazy, parasitic groids. I think a lot of us are ready for that open debate.

  • Dave4088

    This is why the GOP is worthless and will go the way of the dodo bird. Someone tells the truth about race, then he/she grovels and apologizes. To date, I haven’t seen a bigoted non-white or self hating, anti-racist white person ever apologize when they intentionally insult us and hurl racial epithets our direction.

    • Jack Burton

      The GOP is still playing by anti-White liberal rules.

      • Jesse James

        I think they do this because they are not a real opposition party, no matter how much we want and need them to be. They are a controlled opposition party, which is why they are so unresponsive to their base. They are part of the socialist political machinery that governs the nation and are vested in the status quo.

        • rowingfool

          But what too many on this site miss is that the same is true for the Democratic Party as well. Blue Dog Democrats wait in the wings to black ball any significant left wing policy. Democrats are as unhappy with their party as people here are with the Republican. Both groups use the same language to describe their disenchantment and sense of betrayal. Obama no more represents the interests of Labor or peaceniks or students than Romney does. America is ruled by a Financial Elite, an Oligarchy, a hereditary Royalty–it doesn’t matter how you put it. Neither party represents the middle class and that is by design since both parties are owned by and owe allegiance to the same wealthy donors.

          This has been true from the beginning of this country, though too many like to view the past through rose colored glasses. That the Senate was controlled by wealth was as true in Mark Twain’s time as it is today and will be true in 100 years if the Nation is around that long. But it doesn’t really matter if it is. Money Rules. Money ruled in Ancient Greece and Rome and will continue to do so. What was it one of the Rothschilds said? (not elegantly paraphrased but this is the gist), “Give me power over a nation’s currency and you may have the rest, in the end I’ll run everything.” The recent bank bailouts only confirm that neither party was an opposition party, both went along.

          • 2010 wiped out most of the Democrat Blue Dogs.

          • Jesse James

            The strangest thing to me row is how the Democrats have abandoned the cause of keeping decent wages for the working class American. Their support of mass immigration of low skill workers directly and deeply hurts American workers ability to earn a decent wage or now even keep a full time job with any benefits. I really don’t understand why their hasn’t been a greater outcry from their base that they are being betrayed by their leaders to the globalist corporatist scheme to keep wages to a minimum.

          • rowingfool

            I don’t think it was planned. Initially anyway. We all know the litany. Johnson’s Great Society and racial equality laws, Southern resistance, their turn away from being Dixie Democrats to Repubs, Silent white majority votes for tricky Dick, Democrats abandon labor when it becomes obvious that women, blacks and idealistic college students form a solid voting bloc leading to today’s Hispandering which only further bolsters their position etc.

            A friend (?) of mine has had a successful business for 40 years. He can no longer secure contracts because he insists on paying his workers a viable wage and offers health care benefits. He openly says that he can’t bid as low as his rivals who use immigrant labor. AND YET HE STILL favors immigration. What is this but masochism? I was a Liberal. Behavior like this (and ability to digest statistics about crime et al) has driven me from their camp to sites like this.

            Just listen to Clinton. He is totally in agreement with the borderless, one world agenda. The promise of the borderless-economy types is that the market will deliver better goods more cheaply to everyone. They loathe trade barriers such as tariffs and any sort of protectionism (or claim to but generally make exceptions for whatever makes them rich). But nevertheless, scratch deeply enough and you will find a believer in the overall long term benefits of open trade.

            Personally, FWIW I have reservations. Here’s an example of why. The small town of Rio Lagartos on the norther tip of the Yucatan penninsula in Mexico was for years, the site of a thriving fishing industry. Small boats operated by men and their sons left the beach each morning and returned in the evening with the day’s catch. The fish fed the town and was loaded on vans and delivered inland to the nearby cities. It was a sustainable industry.

            Then, because of Mexico’s trade imbalance, permission was given to Japanese trawlers to work the fishing grounds. Within two years all the fish were gone and the bottom ravaged because they dragged giant nets along scraping up everything in their path. The fish were offered to the world on the open market. Now the price was dictated NOT by what Mexicans were willing to pay or could afford, but by what very wealthy people living in distant first world countries could afford. Consequently, Mexicans could not afford to buy their own locally produced fish. How is this an economic GOOD? Who benefitted? When a resource is limited, opening it up for bid on the world market cannot possibly benefit everyone.

            Now, citizens of the USA (and Europe) are being hurt by the same policies that have afflicted the poor nations. Our leaders have no more regard for us than for complete strangers–less even.

          • rowingfool

            I’m running on too long, I know, but I should add that undoubtedly, some fat cat Mexican politicians and wealthy families made money off the Japanese trawler contract through kick backs, bribery etc. The wealthy power elite are always looking for ways to sell a public resource off for their private gain.

          • rowingfool

            And once again. Finally, concluding.

            But what has been sold off in America’s case is far more important than a trawler load of fish. They have prostituted our inheritance which consisted of the very techniques for creating a technological infrastructure itself. They sold the Golden Goose.

            We have built factories overseas and other nations have simply copied our techniques and our tooling. Products made there come back here a few years later differing only in the Brand label. This is why American businesses are so insistent upon organizations such as the WTO enforcing patent and copyright infringement laws. But foreigners ignore the restrictions anyway.

            We educate foreign students in our public Universities. We give them preferential admission status because they pay the full out-of-state tuition, a boon to strapped local government economies.

            For our politicians, it’s all about selling out now to enrich themselves in their lifetime. They care not a fig for the future of America or Americans.

            A titanic battle occurred in the boardrooms of American Industry in the late 1970’s, early 1980’s. There were those board members who were loyal to Americans, American consumers, citizens and labor. They believed in manufacturing a tangible product that met some economic “good”. And then there were those who argued that finance added more to the bottom line than manufacturing. Guess who won? If it was more profitable to offshore jobs then off they go. Market to the World, not just the USA which was a mature market in any case and less there was profit to be wrung from it.

            All this benefits a group of people who are uniquely positioned to take advantage of global markets. They are unencumbered by any loyalties to a particular nation-state which might interfere with their judgement or put a damper on any means of exploiting an economic opportunity.

            Democrats gave up on being the Labor party because they were well paid to do so. Remember, Goldman Sachs gave more money to Obama in 2008 than to McCain. And in 2012? Just the opposite (if I recall correctly).

          • Neither Democrats nor unions much respond anymore to the plight of working middle class white people. Both are that thrown into the cultural Marxist line item of open borders.

          • Luis

            Nowadays, only some 10% of all jobs in this country are unionized. In the Eisenhower regime, it was 35%. A number of factors have led to the decline of unions – outsourcing manufacturing jobs, job loss in general, union mismanagement, union-busting, NAFTA, “right to work” laws enacted, decline of urban centers, etc.

            Maybe I should sum it up this way Jesse: Democrats chase the big money even more than Republicans do. Obama raised millions off the Internet in both his campaigns, making public financing a farce, in the process.

  • Anon

    Very interesting. You do realize what is happening here….cognitive dissonance. The liberals were very quick to pounce on his weakness and confusion and make an example of him in order to try and intimidate all the millions and millions of other white people who are partially awake. It won’t work.

    After generations of liberal brainwashing, whites have grown resistant to it. This guy is one step away from simply stating that racism is completely normal because black people universally are evil, worthless and don’t belong anywhere near a white nation.

    For now, they forced this guy out. But I highly doubt he is actually shamed by this. More likely more awake than ever. He knows he did nothing wrong and got the shaft, is very much the issue.

    More importantly, so do his constituents.

    • So CAL Snowman

      I think Yelton was shamed and is completely asleep.

      “He goes on to tell Mandvi that in fact, one of his best friends is black.”

      The classic “I’m not a racist I have black friends defense.”

      • Katherine McChesney

        That is laughable isn’t it? I call Whites on their b.s. when they claim they have black friends. Then I tell them why they don’t. Some end up agreeing with me. Two liberal Whites have been offended but they’re ignorant liberal Whites who can’t carry on a decent conversation except to go on ad nauseum about what’s on television and sports.

  • MekongDelta69

    There’s a very old saying:
    “And the truth shall set ye free – from your job.”

  • Jack Burton

    Here’s the thing, it’s not even blacks who are outraged, it’s liberal anti-White Whites and Jews. That’s where the pressure is coming from, other Whites. Who do you think funds and helps organize black organizations. Who founded the NAACP, not blacks. Who created the false authority of Al Sharpton and puts him in the media, liberal Whites and Jews.

    • Raydonn

      100% correct…..

  • Guest

    Wrong thread sorry.

  • Jefferson

    The GOP should insult Blacks more often, what do they have to lose ? The GOP should just throw in the towel and give up on trying to win the Black vote.

    • willbest

      I suspect the blacks that vote GOP are either 70+ or hate lazy blacks more than this rep does. Its unlikely you would lose those votes, and you would probably pick up a couple percentage points of Hispanic votes to boot.

      • ThomasER916

        Yeah because Hispanics are blacks.

    • jackryanvb

      David Duke won 8% of the Black vote in his race for LA governor – that’s more than Dole Kepm, McCain, Romney Ryan ever got for pandering.

      Pandering does work for GOP whites. lib Dems can better more than Lib Republicans.

      • Interesting. I’ve noticed myself that a populist-racialist anti-black Republican will get more of the black vote (but still only single digits) than the typical race pandering elitist RINO moderate-liberal the Stupid Party is given to run up the flagpole. I’m at a loss for an explanation, though. Maybe they think they’ll benefit from populist policies?

        But we’re still only talking fringe percentages here.

  • Katherine McChesney

    John Lewis has fish-like lips.

  • Erasmus

    The truth hurts. Lazy blacks (most of them) really do want the government to take care of them. We should have picked our own cotton.

  • Tacitus1

    Why give an interview to those clowns at Comedy Central ?

  • Garrett Brown

    The fact that he is even ashamed of what he says speaks for his character. I’m glad he resigned.

  • Dave4088

    The voter ID law makes it more difficult for diversities to commit voter fraud which is why it strikes a raw nerve with our gangster AG and his boss. If anyone thinks only one or two people commit voter fraud per voting cycle they are naive or unbelievably stupid.

    Holder was installed as AG to wage war against white racial interests and to populate the inJustice Dept. will anti-white extremists.

    • Re voter fraud. Rare is not the point, marginal leverage is.

      Exactly 1,000,000 people cast legit votes for Candidate A, exactly 999,999 people cast votes for B. Two fake votes are cast for B.

      They’re right. Voter fraud is rare.

      • dd121

        Look what it did for Al Fraken.

  • ThomasER916

    GOP needs to quit pretending that having 4% of the black vote is going to help their cause. GOP is losing whites because it pretends we don’t exist. The only people that vote Republican are white and magically we don’t exist. That’s the real problem. Just start speaking up for the interest of whites and you’ll get white voters. We’re living in an era where calling a white racist is a badge of honor.

  • Yes, telling the truth is a thoughtcrime, and he must be reeducated to see the error of his ways.

    Incidentally, why does everyone accused of racist behavior immediately fold, and plead and beg for forgiveness from those they have “unfairly maligned” or “stereotyped” , usually in as public and abject of a manner as possible? I haven’t noticed that this behavior lessens their punishment. Personally, if I were in such a position, I would loudly and clearly tell my accusers to go f*ck themselvs regardless of what it cost me. Until people begin to stand up for themselves, the current climate of intimidation and discrimination against whites will only continue.

    We need to borrow from Ghandi and MLKs book of passive resistance and civil disobedience of unjust laws. Be a race realist in any way you can be or feel comfortable with, every day, in every way. Every little bit helps. BRA is much weaker and more vulnerable than you think it is. Don’t be intimidated by lying, unethical idiots and race hustlers.

    • FransSusan

      And we need to stop caring about being called racist. Why are whites so fearful!

  • Bobbala

    … Proof that truth has no place in the GOP.

  • MBlanc46

    I would never give an interview to someone named Aasif Mandvi.unless it were in the MIddle East.

  • Raydonn

    ‘Jon Stewart’, uh, no…………..

  • Milwaukee and Northern Indiana did in 2008.