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Lost: Male Red Nose Pit Bull, "Chevy," wearing an orange collar, friendly, last seen on County Road 403. 830-477-6511 or 830-534-9094.
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Bob Pritts  
St Hedwig, TX  
November 8, 2011 2:31pm
 
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I didn't say a 'whole' black. I referred to someone who relates quite well with a minority population because they are starting to see him as a man who has walked in their shoes and understands all their concerns. Obama can never claim that. Meaning, if Obama if were to lose 40% of his base to Mr. Cain, he in no way could win a second term. I believe that scares him to death.

As for your stupid remark about your putting in a comment about a 'white lady' in yesterday's blog only to elicit a ridiculous response from someone like me, then why did you put it in today's blog before you even received a response? Seems like you're one little confused puppy with a racial bias in your psyche. Get over it.

I've never been a racist in my life. As a matter of fact when I was V.P. of Operations of a major corporation, I hired a black woman as my Human Resource Manager over the objection of my CEO! She had worked for me in the past and I knew the quality of person she was. I never considered her as black. I simply thought of her as the best person to do the job required. We are still very close friends after almost 30 years.

Whoever you are, I believe you are a racist with a severe chip on your shoulder. You need to remember the old addage that 'hate kills the carrier'. Get off your little rant and see the light.
     
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