Thursday, September 27, 2012

NC governor heats up over racial accusations. (Maybe, maybe not. But there's nothing about 'Bev' in this AP story. Oops!)

Verne Strickland / September 27, 2012

MY GUESS IS THE HEADLINE WRITER ON THIS ASSOCIATED PRESS STORY MEANT "NC GOVERNOR RACE HEATS UP" ETC.  BUT THAT'S NOT WHAT IT SAYS. INSTEAD, IT SUGGESTS THAT OUR GOVERNOR 'BEV' PERDUE HEATS UP OVER RACIAL STUFF. MAYBE SHE DOES, MAYBE SHE DOESN'T "HEAT UP". BUT SHE'S NOT EVEN MENTIONED IN THE  STORY. BIG BOO BOO! VERY AMUSING.

THE REAL THRUST OF THE STORY IS McCRORY REACTION TO WALTER DALTON'S ACCUSATIONS THAT PAT DOESN'T UNDERSTAND BLACK PEOPLE. AND YOU COULD MAKE A BIG BALONEY SANDWICH OUT OF THAT.

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NC governor heats up over racial accusations (AP)

 

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Republican Pat McCrory says North Carolina politics has reached a new low after a video released by Democratic gubernatorial rival Walter Dalton accuses the former Charlotte mayor of being insensitive to black residents.

McCrory told The Associated Press in an interview Thursday that Dalton should be "shameful" for approving such a video, which was emailed to Dalton supporters, It may turn into a television ad by the campaign's end.

The video includes several black speakers. Former state civil rights group president Skip Alston accuses McCrory of not understanding the African American experience in North Carolina.

The voices refer indirectly to McCrory's support for bills requiring photo identification to vote and cuts to education.

Dalton and his allies have spent this week attempting to raise questions about McCrory and race.

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