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His observation that he "swore" he saw not one "person of color" at the GOP Convention indicates he suffered a severe "optical delusion"--or, he was viewing on MSNBC (MSDNC?), which used its legerdemain to filter out black representatives in the hall, just as it abandoned its coverage of GOP minority speakers: Mia Love, a black candidate for the House of Representatives from Utah; Democratic Rep. Arthur Davis, a black American; Texas senatorial hopeful Ted Cruz and Florida's Marco Rubio, Latinos; and Condoleezza Rice, the recipient of the Democratic Party's famous "Uncle Tom" award (along with several other notable black GOP patriots).
Americans are tired of being force-fed the pap Mr. Amrhine is serving. Perhaps fooling some of the people all of the time provides him and his liberal media buddies greater encouragement to pile on the bull, but the rest of us see right through their agenda.
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The one thing Mr. Amrhine didn't see was the pandering to blacks, Hispanics, women, and students that was quite obvious during the Democratic Convention. To Republicans, regardless of your race, creed, or color, you're an American. But that doesn't matter to liberals.
As William F. Buckley so aptly put it, "Liberals claim to want to give a hearing