You have to constantly be on guard against racism. Not only with those evil Republicans, oh no. It can also happen with Democrats, I kid you not. The latest manifestation of this vomit-inducing White supremacy is the disgusting notion that the Democrats should actually (believe it or not!) nominate a White candidate for President. And not only that, but to add insult to injury, they want to show that it's "Open Season" on African-Americans by relegating them to the number two spot on the ticket, and you know what "number two" means! Yes, it means that, and it also means second-class citizenship! So it's time to purge the Democratic Party of disgusting people like that! Write to the DNC and straighten them out. Tell them that the American people demand nothing but Black Presidents from right now until the end of time and the heat-death of the Universe! Oh, that picture isn't right. Here's the right one, and here's the news story.
2016 Hillary-Michelle 'Dream Ticket' floated
Hillary Clinton hasn't stepped into the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries yet and there's already buzz growing for the ultimate grrl power ticket: Clinton and first lady Michelle Obama.
"All due respect for President Obama and Vice President Biden, but that would truly be a dream team for America," said former Clinton spokeswoman Karen Finney. "Both women are proven effective leaders who've raise children, so dealing with Congress would be a snap!" added Finney, also a former Democratic Party spokeswoman.
"More than anything else, this reflects the growing awareness that it is time for the glass ceiling of the last old boys club to be firmly shattered," added Democratic strategist Chris Lehane.
It's not just talk. Bumper stickers reading "2016-Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama," and "Hillary-Michelle 2016 First First Lady Ticket For President" are popping up. Cafe Press said sales of the Hillary-Michelle bumper sticker saw a 60% increase from December to March, with the largest uptick in March.
"I look forward to the day when a woman can run for the presidency without so much parody and fanfare," said former Al Gore campaign manager Donna Brazile. (Read the rest HERE.)