You would have to be living under a rock in Florida not to know that I’m the FIRST one to call out racism against Black people. I call out racism so much that I have been called racist myself.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz has made it clear. She would rather do anything than spend time in Congressional District 23. The former chair of the Democratic National Committee used her position as chair to stay away.
She spent much more time outside the district than she did in. There are cities in her district, primarily the ones where minorities live, that NEVER see or hear from her. She chalked that up to being the head of the DNC.
Ok, Debbie, you WERE the head of the DNC. You aren’t anymore.
As the late, great poet and author Maya Angelou said, “When someone shows you who they are, believe them; the first time.”
For the first time in 24 years, Debbie Wasserman Schultz will not get the endorsement of the AFL-CIO.
Despite winning the recommendation of the Broward County chapter, Wasserman Schultz failed to get the required 2/3 votes to secure the endorsement.
Some state AFL-CIO chapters have stated there would be no endorsement of Democrats who voted in favor of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
That includes Wasserman Schultz.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz is out as DNC chair. The only thing left for her to do is relinquish the title, because as of now, she has no power.
Bob Poe revealed in the video on this page that he is HIV positive.
While I applaud Mr. Poe, Democratic candidate in CD 10, for having the courage to reveal this information on the one hand, there is another nagging part that asks the question, why now?
Why, during a congressional campaign in which he is losing? Is it for free publicity? He sure as hell is going to get that.
Is it for voter sympathy? If so, I'm not so sure this was the way to go.
On Thursday the Congressional Black Caucus PAC, with a 20-member board including 11 lobbyists, 7 elected officials, and 2 people who work for the PAC, endorsed Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The CBC-PAC is the political arm of the Congressional Black Caucus.
What is the definition of insanity? Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result, right?
Pastor Jamal Bryant was invited to be the keynote speaker Jan. 18 at the annual MLK awards breakfast in St. Petersburg by the National Council of Negro Women.