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Republican strategy to get RMoney in da White House!

By Brittany Yurkovitch on 8/8/2012

I drew this RMoney cartoon earlier this summer after hearing a story talking about how Mitt Romney is only comfortable around white people.

 

Although a lot of people were really mad about this story, I must admit I had a good laugh. Romney does not seem very comfortable around black people or any people for that matter. Romney is socially awkward all the time. Despite his shortcomings, can Romney or any other candidate appeal to the African American population more than Obama? Obama won 96% of the black vote in 2008¬†and I would be shocked if Romney could capture that with a rerun of his “Who Let the Dogs Out” routine.

 

The powers that be seek to divide us using race and class warfare and I think neither candidate will not advance the cause of freedom. I am hopeful that we the people can have mature discussions about class and race issue without resorting to violent shenanigans.

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