Are black voters really poised to elect a black man who was the only member of the Congressional Black Caucus to vote against The Affordable Health Care Act?
Are black Montgomery voters really poised to elect a black man who Punk'ed Left in Alabama big time?
Are black Montgomery voters really poised to elect a black man who was a democrat before he was a republican?
Are black Montgomery voters really poised to elect a black man who accused black voters of voter fraud?
Really black Montgomery voters? Or, is this a case of white democrats choosing who the black mayor of predominately black Montgomery will be? I suspect it's the latter.
Interestingly, a few of Montgomery's "old school" black political "leaders" have teamed with Strange to back Montgomery County Commissioner Dan Harris, knowing that Harris has no realistic chance of winning. Their goal is to divide the black vote in the hopes that Strange will win reelection without a run-off. This calculated strategy appears to be failing. Harris' lackluster performance on the predominantly black County Commission on the issues of economic empowerment for African-Americans, as well as urban development and jobs on Montgomery's West side, has caused black voters to view Harris' candidacy with great skepticism.So, here we go again, black voters don't really have anyone to vote FOR, so they will probably stay at home, and once again, whites will decide who mis-represents them.
Only in AmeriBama. Normally I don't condone voting for the lessor of two evils, but EYE am making an exception in this case. With a black mayor like Artur Davis who needs republicans?