Despite the fact that in almost 4 years as President Brack Obama has done nothing to directly help Black people in this country, he and his lilly-white team of far-Left liberals know damn well and that as long as they keep playing the race card, blacks will come out in full force to support Barry for POTUS again next month.
That said, never let it be said that longtime, successful and talented actress Stacy Dash isn't courageous, as by coming out to express support for Mitt Romney this past weekend, she risked her career as well as the wrath of black liberals everywhere for daring to think different and prove that no, all blacks don't think the same, much less worship to Obama more than they do God himself:
Actress Stacey Dash, star of the hit '90s film "Clueless," took to Twitter over the weekend to announce that she is supporting Mitt Romney in the November election.
Dash tweeted her Romney endrosement along with a sexy Americana-themed photo on Sunday.
Many did not take too kindly to Dash's endorsement, with some bringing the 46-year-old's race into the issue.
"You're an unemployed black woman endorsing @MittRomney. You're voting against yourself thrice. You poor beautiful idiot," tweeted one critic. "Wait stacey dash is voting for romney? you get a lil money and you forget that you're black and a woman. two things romney hates," tweeted another. "Still clueless," quipped another.
The actress, who recently reunited with the "Clueless" cast, played Val on Season 1 of VH1's "Single Ladies." However, she did not return for Season 2, which premiered in May.
The criticism did not seem to hurt Dash, who reminded everyone that she has a right to her own opinion.
She then retweeted two messages from other users: One tweet was from a concerned fan: "ALL ROMNEY Supporters, please follow&support @REALStaceyDash, it appears she'll be voting for @MittRomney &she's getting some heat over it!" The other was from Mitt Romney himself: "Women have had enough of @BarackObama’s disappointment. We need new leadership to get our economy growing again."
Dash's Romney endorsement caused some to scoff at the entire notion of celebrities getting political.
"Well, if you need me, I'll be in the fetal position vowing to never take anything any celebrity says seriously ever again," wrote Jezebel's Laura Beck.RELATED: Clueless star Stacey Dash faces twitter storm after endorsing Romney from vile users who accuse her of 'not being black enough'
Dash's support for Romney is not the only endorsement to cause a stir recently.
Back in September, Nicki Minaj incited buzz after some of her lyrics from Lil Wayne's Dedication 4 were leaked: "I'm a Republican voting for Mitt Romney / You lazy b----es is f---ing up the economy." Many took this as Minaj endorsing Romney, but it was later revealed that she was just exhibiting "creative humor and sarcasm."