Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Former Democrat Presidential candidate Howard Dean told members of the National Baptist Convention of America on Wednesday that race played a major role in the death toll from hurricane Katrina. The National Baptist Convention is a black religious group with roughly 3.5 million members in 3000 churches.
"We must … come to terms with the ugly truth that skin color, age and economics played a deadly role in who survived and who did not," Dean said. He made the comments to the Baptists’ Political and Social Justice Commission.
Funny how a man from a state that's 97% white can have so much knowledge and insight into the needs of Black people. I mean, if you go by Vermont's racial breakdown, Howard Dean's cabinet as governor should have at least included a person who was 3/100ths Black.
Yet, none of this seems to matter to Black people brainwashed by a Democratic party that's long been hijacked by white liberals.