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Really Rick? Santorum Says He Said ‘Blah’ People, Not ‘Black’ People

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Black Like Moi reports:

Stop the presses! Rick Santorum doesn’t have a problem with black people!

He just thinks we’re stupid.

In an interview with FOX News franchise player, Bill O’Reilly, the GOP presidential candidate contends that he didn’t say “black” people when discussing entitlement programs, he said “blah” people:

 

“I can tell you, I don’t use — I don’t — first off, I don’t use the term ‘black’ very often. I use the term ‘African-American’ more than I use ‘black,” Santorum said. “I can tell you as someone who did more work for historically black colleges, I used to have — every year, I used to bring all the historically black colleges into Washington, DC to try to help them, because they get very little federal money through the bureaucracy, and so I help to try to introduce them to people in the Department of Education so they could have more resources.

“I looked at that, and I didn’t say that,’ Santorum told O’Reilly. ‘If you look at it, what I started to say is a word and then sort of changed and it sort of — blah — came out. And people said I said ‘black.’ I didn’t.”

The original comment that Santorum is defending was delivered with his usual arrogance to a predominantly white audience in Sioux Falls during a campaign stop:

 “It just keeps expanding – I was in Indianola a few months ago and I was talking to someone who works in the department of public welfare here, and she told me that the state of Iowa is going to get fined if they don’t sign up more people under the Medicaid program,” Santorum said. “They’re just pushing harder and harder to get more and more of you dependent upon them so they can get your vote. That’s what the bottom line is.

“I don’t want to make black people’s lives better by giving them somebody else’s money; I want to give them the opportunity to go out and earn the money.”

“Right,” responded one audience member, as another woman can be seen nodding.

“And provide for themselves and their families,” Santorum added, to applause. “The best way to do that is to get the manufacturing sector of the economy rolling again.”

 

Weigh in readers:  Did Santorum say ‘black” or “blah”?

 

 

 

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5 Comment

  1. As I see, all these GOP candidates actually hate Black people, that is includes Herman Cain. Look, Romney brags himself as Mormon who believes Blacks are from Cain, the cursed son of Adam and Eve. Santorum said there we more Blacks on welfare than whites. It turned out only 8% of blacks were on welfare compared to 9% for Whites. Gingrich said yesterday before an all- white audience that Blacks were here for entitlement s-not Whites. Ron Paul campaign is paid for by KKK groups. Bachmann who is now out, said Blacks were better of as slaves. Herman Cain claimed he was smarter than any other Black person – including his wife Gloria. And these morons expected us Blacks to vote for them. They think we are crazy? Let’s show them who is powerful – vote overwhelmingly for President Obama in November.

  2. Did anyone ever ask this dingbat jerk what word was he trying to say…..I have seen this video 5 to 10 times; he really said without a doubt BLACKS…………….What these dumb hicks think when they make racist or off the wall remarks in front of their kinds it will not be expose to the general public…………….

  3. Is it raining on my head or is that pee???

  4. He said “blau” and not black, I took it upon myself to consult Webster’s II University Dictionary in order to get an accurate definition of the word “blah” which was alledgedly spoken by our dear friend Rick Santorum. Believe it or not, according to my dictionary the word means “nonsense” really, look it up for yourself. And so, this totally explains Santorum’s words that day…it was nonsense.

  5. And since when do we,black people…need santorums help to do anything!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! are these republicans stupid or what…………………..talk about a group of dumb people.

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