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Al Sharpton


I thought Blacks were color-blind?

“If O.J Simpson had been accused of killing his black wife, you would not have seen the same passion stirred up.”

Source: The Brainy Quote website: www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/a/alsharpton.html
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Where: As quoted in "Al Sharpton's Second Act"
Contributor: AIM

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More Anti-Bush

“George Bush giving tax breaks is like Jim Jones giving Kool-Aid. It tastes good, but it will kill you.”

Source: "Sharpton: Democrats Take Blacks for Granted," by Larry Elder, in a Human Events posting August 4, 2005: www.humanevents.com/article.php?
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Where: During a primary battle in South Carolina
When: 2004
Contributor: AIM

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Mormons don’t believe in God

“As for the one Mormon running for office [Mitt Romney, running for president], those who really believe in God will defeat him anyways, so don’t worry about that; that’s a temporary situation.”

Source: “Hear No Evil,” The Washington Times National Weekly Edition, May 21, 2007, page 36.
Hardcopy: Copy of the referenced Washington Times article.
Where: During a debate with Christopher Hitchens in New York City.
When: May 2007.
Contributor: AIM

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America is in debt to blacks.

“We don’t owe America nothin’. America owes us.”

Source: “Race in America: One Step Forward, Two Steps Sideways,” by John Derbyshire, National Review On-Line, August 28th, 2002. Also: “A Bad Idea whose Time has Come,” by David Horowitz, FrontPageMagazine.com, February 27, 2002. Also: “Thomas Jefferson’s Fear of the ‘Wolf’,” by Brian Tubbs, Suite101.com.
Hardcopy: See the Derbyshire article or the Horowitz article or the Tubbs article.
Where: At the State of the Black World Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, with 700 in attendance.
When: November 2001.
Contributor: AIM.

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