Great idea, but good luck getting them to listen.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-South Carolina), the first black senator elected in the South since the Reconstruction era, is no fan of racially tinged Democratic attacks on his party.
“The lowest common denominator of fear and race-baiting is something that the other party has tried to do, and the voters said ‘No.’ They rejected this,” Scott said during a Wednesday night interview on Fox News’ “Hannity.”
“The voters continue to repudiate that approach to politics,” he added.
Not like repudiation every stopped these morons. Their playbook is very thin.
“If you look at [Gov.] Bobby Jindal in Louisiana — a person of color. Look at my governor, Nikki Haley — a person of color. And now myself. The South has made so much progress. And the best thing that folks like Mr. Rangel can say is that he’s going to harken back to a 100 years ago, or 70 ago. Let’s talk about tomorrow,” Scott said.
Tomorrow they’ll just call him Uncle Tom.