Racist African-Americans Won’t Vote For ‘Rich Whitey’

There was a question asked in the 2008 election:

Meanwhile, some white Americans are turning themselves inside out to come up with excuses for why they’re not supporting Obama. It seems like just yesterday that these folks were arguing there is no racism in the immigration debate, and now they’re insisting there is no racism in the presidential election.

Some want to know why it isn’t racist when 70 percent of African-Americans vote for Obama but it is when 70 percent of whites vote against him.

Well, I know why I didn’t vote for Barack Obama.  Because I knew the guy was a liar and a Marxist whose policies would destroy the country.

But I want to know why blacks aren’t voting for “Rich Whitey.”

There are typos and then there are complete and utter catastrophes.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the name of Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney is misspelled “Rich Whitey” on electronic-voting machines in 23 wards — “about half in predominantly African-American areas.” The error only occurs on screens voters would see when they are reviewing their choices (Whitney’s name appears correctly on the initial screens), but officials say the error cannot be corrected before election day.

Jim Allen, spokesman for the Chicago Board of Elections, told the Sun-Times he expects 90% of votes on election day to be cast on paper ballots — minimizing the number of voters who would see the misspelling.

“I don’t want to be identified as ‘Whitey.’ If this is happening in primarily African-American wards, that’s an even bigger concern,” Whitney told the Sun-Times. The paper says he’s considering legal action. “I don’t know if this is machine politics at play or why this happened.”

The latest Rasmussen poll shows Whitney drawing just 2% of the vote.

Obama pointed out that some weren’t voting for him because he had a “funny name.”  And, of course, because they were racists:

“They’re going to try to make you afraid of me. He’s young and inexperienced and he’s got a funny name. And did I mention he’s black?”

Well, what about poor Rich Whitey?  He’s got a funny name, too.  And did I mention he’s white?

And, clearly, by the same identical standard, every single black – and by that I mean virtually every single ONE – is a racist.

Clearly, in hindsight, enough whites voted for the black guy with the funny name.  Will black voters reciprocate???

Come on, African-Americans.  Vote for the rich whitey.  Show us that you’re not a bunch of racists.

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