Saturday, August 25, 2012

Saturday Sellout-Artur Davis

Why am I not surprised this didn't happen sooner?

Former congressman Artur Davis has left the Democratic Party and become a Republifool.

You'll see him being given a speaking slot at the upcoming GOP convention circus in Tampa next week cooning for right wing bucks as the cookie-chomping Negroid political flavor of the month. 

We'll probably see his azz on Fox Noise and being trumpeted all over the conservanet as a 'wise person' who 'escaped the Democrat plantation'. I'm already hearing that bull feces from vanillacentric privileged conservafools now.  

So why do I despise Artur Davis?   Let me count the ways.  Davis was representing a district centered in the Selma, AL area.   He was the only member of the Congressional Black Caucus to vote against the Affordable Care Act and the 2009 Byrd-Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act.  

Negro, IZ U Sirius?!!!    Your district is in the heart of Alabama, not exactly a wealthy one and you voted against bills that would have helped you constituents get health care and give local law enforcement the tools to fight bias related crimes?   

Thank God a real Democrat in Terri Sewell has replaced you

The Harvard trained lawyer also voted against the trans-free Employment Non Discrimination Act in 2007, but not for the principled reasons other CBC members voted against the bill for

He gave up his seat in 2010 to run for the Democratic nomination for governor.  While he got endorsements from the major newspapers in the state of Alabama, in a telling move, the four major Black political groups in the state declined to endorse the first African-American candidate with a legitimate shot at winning the governorship.  

Davis got blown out by Ron Sparks by a 62%-38% margin and after that rejection by Democratic primary voters packed up and moved to Virginia.   He continued to move closer to full conservafool status by stumping for voter suppression laws that will make it harder for our people to vote
So goodbye and good riddance you cookie-chomping sellout.   They already don't trust you, so you'll find out soon enough that conservapimpin' ain't easy.   

Your attempt to run as a Republican will end the same way you bid for Alabama governor did.  

You 'll also find out sooner or later that you new conservafriends will toss you aside like a beer can once you get in their vanillacentric estimation 'too uppity' for them or your 'useful fool' status has ended.

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