The new racist, anti-Obama fashion statement
One vendor in Texas makes no bones about pins promoting a racist attitude toward the presumptive Democratic nominee.
June 17, 2008 10:05PM (UTC)
It seems not everyone in the Republican Party is sticking to the message and helping to portray the party as modern and, well, not racist.
At the Texas Republican Convention this past weekend, the Dallas Morning News' Trail Blazers blog
reports, one vendor was selling the pin that appears with this post. (If you can't see the photo, the pin reads, "If Obama is President... will we still call it The White House?")
Alex Koppelman is a staff writer for Salon.
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