“Limbaugh being a fan of Mia Love tells me all I need to know about her, and she's not a African American she's a Hatian and she's reaping the benefits of those who struggled and died for her to even be considered to speak at the RNC.”Remember when the Club was talking about then-obscure Gabrielle Douglas before she got all famous? That was almost the case with Mia Love.
I've had her pictures saved to my computer since the day before forever, because I wasn't sure how to even begin to talk about this Black woman who's a Mormon from Utah running for Congress.
Notice how awkwardly that rolls off the tongue.
Mia Love is attracting increasing attention lately as the newest Negro-bait for the GOP. They can dream on. Mia Love is simply going to be what further turns black people away from voting Republican.
Love favors "fiscal discipline, limited government, and personal responsibility." She has also said that she asks herself three questions whenever she approaches an issue, "Is it affordable? Is it sustainable? Is it my job?"I'll let you count the fail.
At her college orientation, Love’s father told her: "Mia, your mother and I never took a handout. You will not be a burden to society. You will give back," a philosophy she underscores on the trail and uses to sum up her conservative views.
Love is pro-life and has been endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List. She supports domestic energy exploration, local control of education, Second Amendment rights, and state control of public lands.
Love’s race has been the subject of much attention, as she is the first black woman mayor in Utah history. She has said that if elected to Congress, she would “join the Congressional Black Caucus and try to take that thing apart from the inside out” and has described the Caucus as “...demagoguery. They sit there and ignite emotions and ignite racism when there isn’t. They use their positions to instill fear. Hope and change is turned into fear and blame. Fear that everybody is going to lose everything and blaming Congress for everything instead of taking responsibility." (Source)
In the meantime, I need to point something out. Paul Ryan tried to use a Black ex-girlfriend to play the I'm-not-a-racist card and boost his political image. Meanwhile, despite all his insinuated love and respect for Negresses, this is the woman he actually walked down the aisle with:
|Not that we care, but her name is Janna Little|
'Cause we all know had he actually married his Black ex, he would not be in the international spotlight, running as the Republican choice for...well, anything.
Meanwhile, check out Mia Love's family:
Mm-hm. Like these images haven't helped her career by leaps and bounds.
It gives me immeasurable pleasure to erase them from my computer now.