Home Tags The 2008 presidential election

Tag: the 2008 presidential election

White People Think One Black Person’s Success Proves Racism Is Over

1
AFRICANGLOBE - As the votes were tallied for the 2008 presidential election, conservative pundit William Bennett weighed in on the election's significance. “I’ll tell you one thing it means, as a former secretary of education,” Bennett said on CNN. “You don’t take any excuses anymore from anybody who says, ‘The deck is stacked.'”

The Elephant In The Room: Mitt Romney’s Mormon Faith

0
AFRICANGLOBE - If you remember during the 2008 Presidential election, there was a strong effort to try to expose the faith of then Senator Obama. Many tried to label him an extremist because of his connection with the Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright.
80,497FansLike
2,168FollowersFollow
3,401FollowersFollow

TRENDING ARTICLES