It was bad enough when Governor Kathleen Blanco darkened photos of Bobby Jindal in order to give the appearance that Jindal was black, as a way to win over the “racist” vote.
Now we have another old time Dixie Democrat taking that one step further. Joe Sampite is encouraging racism in Natchitoches Parish by using Robocalls to tell people not to vote for Rick Nowlin because Rick has the support of two black men. Those two black men happen to be city councilmen, one former, and one current.
It’s disturbing that Democrats continuously give this state a bad name as a racist state. Whether we are talking about racism in New Orleans and Opelousas in the 1800’s, or 1950’s and 1960’s style racism, or current day racism, it’s time to put an end to it. To learn more about the history of the KKK and it’s relation to the Democrat party, click here.
Joe, thank God people like you are going away, thank God that the younger generation isn’t like you. You represent the politics of old and not the ‘end corruption, end racism’ type.
It’s a shame that we have people who buy votes for a measly $25, and it’s even a bigger shame that people are willing to sell out at such a cheap price as is the case with Charles McDonald, but it’s just as disturbing that in a state where racism is dying off, that we have people who try to keep it alive. What’s next Joe? Are you going to tell people that Rick actually shook the hands of a black man, therefor we shouldn’t vote for him?
If it isn’t racism, then it must be that you don’t think that you can compete with Rick on an intelligent level, but then that would pretty much mean even you don’t think you are qualified enough to be the State Representative. Yeah, I saw that debate Joe, and Rick ran circles around you. Of course you’re scared.
But to do robo-calls saying that you’re not going to vote for Rick Nowlin because two black men support him is pathetic, disturbing, and what are you trying to do? Give Natchitoches the same reputation that Jena, La now has? Elected officials like you are an open invitation for Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton to come around. God help us if you get elected.