The Crew | SC black leaders back the white girl over Obama


Jim Davenport is reporting that State Senators Darrell Jackson and Robert Ford have endorsed Hillary Clinton over Barack Obama.  The endorsement is significant because Jackson and Ford, both South Carolina african-american leaders, could be crucial players in getting the critical black vote in the democratic primary.  Jackson is also a pastor at one of the midlands’ biggest african-american churches .

Their reason for going with the white girl?  Only she can win the general election.

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4 Comments on “The Crew | SC black leaders back the white girl over Obama”

  1. Robert Says:

    What sell-outs.

  2. scchaser Says:

    Yeah, can you believe those guys?

  3. Frank Says:

    Jackson might be a coup, but Ford, not so much!

  4. […] Earlier this week when endorsing Hillary Clinton over Barack Obama, Ford told the Associated Press  “It’s a slim possibility for [Obama] to get the nomination, but then everybody else is doomed… every Democrat running on that ticket next year would lose because he’s black and he’s top of the ticket. We’d lose the House and the Senate and the governors and everything,” he said. “I’m a gambling man. I love Obama,” Ford said. “But I’m not going to kill myself.” […]

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