Interviewed by AACONS: Governor Palin and the Black Community

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Last night, Marie Conway Stroughter of African-American Conservatives (AACONS) interviewed me after they interviewed South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint. Our discussion centered around how policies of the Democrat Party impact the Black community, how the Left views and treats Black conservatives, and the vile and misinformed attacks against Governor Palin, including how she handles such attacks.

To hear the full interview, which includes Senator DeMint, click here. Below is my portion of interview.


(Thanks to Kelsey for help with audio)


The Monster May 11, 2011 at 1:35 PM  


Next time someone accuses you of being Uncle Tom/Aunt Jemima/self-hating/inauthentic/raaaaacist/whatever....

Just say "Assume, for the sake of argument, that I am everything you say I am. Now what? What does that have to do with the truth of what I am saying? Let's dispense with the ad hominem name-calling distractions. Are you able to deal with reality, or do you just want to remain in your self-constructed fantasy world? Because I can't do anything about your fantasies. I can only talk about reality."

dovemom May 11, 2011 at 4:23 PM  

Thank Adrienne, I'm posting on PW4SP (Facebook)

Anonymous,  May 11, 2011 at 11:49 PM  

Adrienne, As always thank you!!

Excellent interview! The opening of the interview brought up the question; "why do we espouse one way of thinking when we go into the building to worship God and put up blinders (on race) when we walk out the door?" That question in my opinion could be discussed by Conservative Clergy in the room (teleconfrerece) with you..

The first recorded incident of Jealousy was Adam and Eve. They felt God was holding out on them and they wanted to be God. The second was Cain gave a slacker offering and Abel did not. So Cain was jealous of Abel.

I believe that first question about people of faith having schizophrenia can only be answered by the whole American Church (true believers in Christ.) A revival in the church is needed. the Church does not have to endorse a specific candidate. All they need to do is to preach was the Bible says about certain social issues. And how we should live. And then the Pastors should encourage them to vote for candidates that fall in line with those values.

A few times our church has had "sermon sharing" by pastors of different races but of the same theological thrust. It is REALLY POWERFULL!!

Could a "Black robed Brigade of Pastors White/Black/Hispanic who are Conservative Evangelical/RC join in sermon sharing on a local and national scale? IMO that is the only way the scales are going to fall off our eyes.

a.k.a. M. Minnesota

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