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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Another Unnecessary Job Loss Caused by the Obama Administration

Poor Shirley Sherrod, caught on tape admitting that 24 years ago she, well, harbored some prejudice in her heart before her eyes were opened to what she was doing.

Now, those chickens have come home to roost as she was bounced out of her federal job despite the absence of any evidence that she had every failed to do her job as a federal employee in a fair and even handed way (the incident she described occurred when she was not a government employee.

Yes, ignore the incorrect assertion in the following tape that asserts it happened while she was a federal employee and listen to what she says. She saw that she was discriminating on the basis of race - and saw that was wrong.

In any event she ultimately did help the "white farmer" save his farm as set out here.

Too bad, because the White House demanded she resign over the incident, which she did.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous1:40 PM

    She definitely got thrown under the bus. But what is really interesting is the audience. They didn't know where she was going with the story and they were laughing and whooping it up because she was going to "get even." The problem is that it shows that the NAACP has plenty of its own racists.