I just want to interrupt with nominees of this weeks "WOW Is Your Foot in Your Mouth!"
"And so I'm prepared if the NAACP invites me, I'll go to their convention and talk about why the African American community should demand paychecks and not be satisfied with food stamps," said Gingrich in Plymouth, N.H.
Rick Santorum (sounding very Reaganesque regarding the "Welfare Queens":
"I don't want to make black people's lives better by giving them somebody else's money. I want to give them the opportunity to go out and earn the money; And provide for themselves and their family."
And while this is not current, it still speaks volumes for Ron Paul (from ronpaul.com):
the only Congressman to vote against a bill hailing the 40th anniversary of the
this speech to Congress, Ron Paul courageously spoke out on the often
controversial issues of race relations and affirmative action. He explained why
the Civil Right Act had failed to achieve its stated goals of promoting racial
harmony and a color-blind society. July 3, 2004