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The republican party and the American citizens have said by the results of this last November 2010 election that they reject the leftist agendas of Obama and his administrtion. The democrat party though dissatified with the virdict of the election are attempting to negate the effects of the republican victory by using one of their surrogates, the Black Caucus to undue the win.
"The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) said this week it will welcome a pair of newly elected black Republicans if they wish to join." This hasn't always been the Black Caucuses sentiments though ....".The CBC’s message also seems to run counter to statements made last month by CBC Chairwoman Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), who told The Economist that, "while the group is technically bipartisn,it also "has an agenda."
But these are desperate times now that the Obama agenda is in some danger since the recent election so desperate measures, the democrats feel are called for in this case.
The Democrat Black Caucus, the democrats believe just might be able to seduce the new republican representatives into voting against the interests of the republican party and with the interests of the democrats in harmony with the democrat's Black brothers and sisters of the Black Caucus.
Race might might just prove to be the right ploy for the democrats to be successful in their efforts "GOP Reps.-elect Allen West (Fla...said he’ll seek membership,...." Are the republicans now looking at another "Rino" republican, it certainly is a possibility that republican representative Allen West could turn out to be republican in name only since he seems most anxious and agreeable to join a democrat dominated caucus such as the Black Caucus..... Would a black man join and feel at home in a K.K.K. Caucus?
It does seem more than a little strange that a republican would join a democrat Caucus....