I don't really know. I've never seen the show.
Looking at the images I am reminded of all those girls who inundate my mailbox wanting to know if I want to play.
Is it about women (like Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton) who are famous for being famous or because their plastic hasn't melted yet?
And if YOU (or anyone else) thinks that ANY GOP candidate for ANY office has a ghost of a chance of getting more than five percent support from African-Americans, then YOU are a bigger fool.
If blacks EVER gave any indication that WE would be open to giving the GOP a chance and to "sit back and enjoy the courtship", then WE wouldn't continue to vote STUPID the way we have done for generations.
The fact is, we blacks have constantly voted AGAINST platforms that would benefit us more than the government crumbs that the Dems have thrown us over the years. Of course most of these programs are unknown to us because we don't take the time to study the issues. We just look for the candidate with the large 'D' next to his or her name and cast our vote accordingly.
The surest way for the GOP to become totally irrelevant for centuries is to spend more than ten cents "reaching out" to blacks.
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