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Sikh Woman Wins (Racist) GOP Primary

From an aggravated Associated Press:

Haley win in SC ensures a place on national stage

By Jim Davenport, Associated Press Writer Tue Jun 22, 2010

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Nikki Haley’s victory in South Carolina’s bruising GOP primary for governor moves the state lawmaker closer to becoming her state’s first woman chief executive and America’s first Sikh-born governor, while assuring her a place on the national political scene.

Like Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, who immediately touched off presidential talk when he won his state’s governorship, Haley’s primary victory sets off talk of a possible vice presidential campaign in 2012. As an Indian-American woman from an early primary state, she would bring a combination of diversity and conservatism that many in the GOP have been seeking.

Clearly, Mrs. Haley’s victory is only skin deep for the AP.

Little known even in her own state just months ago, Haley got a crucial boost with early support from former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and the tea party movement

You know, that notoriously racist and sexist ‘Tea Party’ movement.

Haley grew up in a state where black and white define history and divide politics — even beauty contests.

Unlike, say, the liberal paradises of Massachusetts or Vermont.

Her father, who wears the traditional Sikh turban, was a biology professor at a historically black college and her mother taught middle school social studies. By the time Haley was in high school, she was keeping the books at the family’s upscale clothing business.

"What was frustrating to me is I felt like government should strengthen businesses," Haley said. "You know, we were paying too much in taxes. The worker’s comp rates were unbelievable."

Crazy talk. You would never hear a Democrat candidate talk like this. Since they never have run a business or tried to make anything.

For that matter, compare and contrast Mrs. Haley’s background with that of the Democrat candidate for Senate who is currently in the news.

By the way, another Republican victor coming out of SC last night is the Congressional candidate Tim Scott. Mr. Scott happens to be of the African-American persuasion.

Even worse, Scott is a black man who wants a smaller federal government. He opposes the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. He is pro-life on abortion and assisted suicide, including euthanasia. He favors the Fair-Tax.

And he believes in strong border security on immigration as well as making English the official language of the U.S.

And if all of that wasn’t enough to make the South Carolinian Democrats’ heads explode, Mr. Scott also owns an insurance agency.

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

3 Responses to “Sikh Woman Wins (Racist) GOP Primary”

  1. BannedbytheTaliban says:

    “For that matter, compare and contrast Mrs. Haley’s background with that of the Democrat candidate for Senate who is currently in the news.”

    How about comparing it to the Democrats who are currently in the White House.

  2. proreason says:

    Steve, you don’t seem to understand the definition of Racism.

    Racism is only possible against the groups identified by liberals.

    For example, white people are always racist against people with even a single drop of black African blood (like Obamy – 6.25% black African).

    White people are always racist against people who are Muslims, regardless of their race, which just demonstrates the racism is more a state of mind than prejudice against a race.

    White people are frequently racist agains Hispanic and American Indians. Check with your local Democrat party boss to find out when racism applies in these cases.

    But it isn’t possible to be racists against Caucasians or people from Asia, like the Chinese, Japaneses, or people from India (unless of course the local Democrat party boss or Obamy says it is possible.)

    The distinction has to do with slavery. Whites and Asians have never been slaves, although there are millions of rumors to the contrary. African Blacks have always been slaves or have always been treated as slaves, even today. Hispanics are treated as slaves, provided they can vote or might be able to vote someday. Muslims are the chosen people and get special dispensation. Blacks, Hispanics and Muslims are the reason government exists. To protect their rights and to give them money.

    I know it’s complicated, but if you get confused, check with Obamy, Al Sharpton, your local Democrat party boss, or any African American preacher. They will be able to tell you who you have to give your money to.


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