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  1. Rosa Butler
    October 11, 2012

    Stacy has a right too vote for whom she chooses. What I am wondering is why Romney? Mitt doesn't even know who Stacy is and doesn't care. I heard her say the President, hasn't done what he said he would do. What does she think Mittt, will do too make her life better? I think she needs too read a little more or what has she been reading? This man is lying and you better take him for his word. If you think it's bad now let Mitt, get in there! You don't know me but trust me. This crew of republicans is bad for everyone. Just make sure you VOTE!

  2. Kendall Howell
    October 11, 2012

    Wow satan is having his way with this forum, has the Blacks engaging in war of words with each other.Learn to put your faith in the word and not the world.The reason why I don't engage in politics publically.smh.

    • Beverly Andrus
      October 11, 2012

      Thanks for the post Kendall. It is good to have that constant awareness of satan, and to leave the world, and be immersed in the Word. It is the only comfort and protection against the daily evils, especially in this election year.

  3. Dwaine Thomas
    October 11, 2012

    We have the evil Republican party on the ropes. They came back after reinventing themselves as the teabag party, until all understood the evil there…. Weed the evil Republican party out, before planting new fruit!

  4. Michelle Taylor
    October 11, 2012

    Dr. Watkins, give it a rest. Romney has clearly stated that he did not give a d@mn about poor folks, the elderly, minorities etc. I voted for Romney in the 2007 Primaries. He has either revealed his true self or he has changed into someone I can not respect. Stacy Dash is a mixed race woman. Please stop trying to make these women out to be a black woman who is firmly a part of the black community. Give it a rest already.

  5. Linda Keene
    October 12, 2012

    Whatever Stacey Dash thinks about politics is irrelevant to anyone but herself. She's gotten way more free publicity with her stance on Romney than for her limited acting abilities. Let's not give her any more air time.

  6. Meka Nevaneedtohate
    October 12, 2012

    It's funny how it seem 1 sided that all blacks are poor black and that 0ur race is the 0nly pitiful race that gets government assistance, placed in jail for crimes, unemployed, uneducated , killed by their 0wn race, like rap music, have naked chicks dancing in videos, and any 0ther negative stereotype bullshit that ALL RACES ENDURE !!! It's about living in a world that we all should respect 1 another to survive, to provide, to live, to grow and strive for a brighter future. The president is not the 0nly 1 to blame for how 0ur greedy elective politicians have ruin 0ur hopes for a better way 0f living. Individuals first need to be responsible for themselves and the life they may had chosen 0r not. Stop placing blame for greed that existed when Adam and Eve was here.

    • Vee June Wilson
      October 12, 2012

      Its all bullshit your a sister who's eyes are open think God 4 women like you. White folks do shit 2 put black women against Black men just 2 say we are better then them.

  7. Darryl Gatson
    October 12, 2012


  8. Torrie Robinson
    October 12, 2012

    speak for yourselves. stop saying "most blacks" because everybody has a God given right to think for themselves unlike "most blacks".

  9. Shereen Hart
    October 12, 2012

    That's not true. Stacey Dash isn't being "tortured." She's just showing her ignorance, which we all do at some point. We build big megachurches around lost and dying and sick people, and we support people like Nicki Minaj and Stacey Dash and pay more attention to them than we do ourselves. We sit back and let white folks pass laws forcing us to insure our cars and then sit back and act da-da-da-da-da when it comes to the laws Pres Obama puts in place for us to insure our health and our bodies. We pull up on the late freight chuggalugging behind white folks, let them drag us along with their little games they play with everyone's lives just because they are rich and have to find people to keep them entertained when they get bored. We do all of this, then get mad at the President for endorsing gay marriage and forget about all of the sins we are committing that may not involve h*s*xuality, but are just as evil as the same sin. And somehow or another, Stacey Dash, who is inconsequential in this entire debate, makes headline news for doing something she has every right to do. Even with her endorsement of Mitt Romney, Romney may have 10-25 black votes crumpled up in his hand, and he still has ZERO PERCENT of black support overall. If Stacey Dash wants to play Kizzy Reynolds, she has every right to do so. She, like all of us, must learn the hard way.

  10. Chico Stafford
    October 12, 2012

    Do individuals like Stacey Dash understand what the African-American community is dealing with? When are we going to learn that it's not about fame and fortune for one individual, but it should be about the well-being of our entire community.

    Last weekend, barely-known African-American actress Stacey Dash endorsed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Twitter — with a picture of herself in a tight red top. Dash immediately defended her selection by claiming a right to her own opinion.
    As is often said, opinions are just like assholes, everyone has one and they are often full of shit. If Stacey Dash wants to whore herself out for notoriety by sexualizing her politics, that’s fine, she shouldn’t ask sensible people to agree with her bullshit, though.

    Of course, the ‘Clueless’ actress — in more fucking ways than one, in this case — further attempted to validate her stance by re-tweeting a Mitt Romney talking point about the economy and making it a gender-based argument for women.

    Dash then caught a lot of heat from some of her followers on Twitter, some of whom made her ass-brained endorsement into a racial issue. Of course, some slimy Republicans wasted no time in claiming ‘race politics’ and attempted to illustrate that the heat Dash got was an example of how Democrats and the Obama campaign bully Blacks into voting for the incumbent.

    Noted-liar, dipshit and Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan even called Dash directly. According to reports, Ryan applauded Dash’s bravery…probably while jerking off like an epileptic on a meth binge.

    Stacey Dash either can’t tell when she’s being pimped or is a willing participant. Has she read the GOP platform? Does she realize the role of the Republicans in crippling this economy both before AND after the current administration? Is she aware of the Republicans’ stance on abortion, birth control and equal pay?

    It wouldn’t matter if Barack Obama was white, zebra-striped or looked like Mr. fucking Snuffleupagus, he would seem to be a much better choice for those political issues on which Dash based her endorsement of Romney.

    And, setting politics — and Barack Obama’s race — aside for a moment, what about the Republicans’ civil rights history? The one that featured hate-filled racist cocksuckers like Strom Thurmond, Jesse helms and George Wallace? What about Mormonism, Romney’s avowed religion, and its traditional view of Blacks — where they equated dark skin as a curse and referred to African-Americans as ‘mud people?’.

    To be fair to Dash and the scummy GOP accusers, there are sensitivities in the Black community about support for Republican candidates. They are well-founded. Republicans like Rick Santorum outwardly connect welfare and Black people on the campaign trail as if one represents the other. Empty-headed, drug-addled Conservative pundits like Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh dispute the modern day racism that most Blacks see happen every place from schools to shopping malls to the halls of justice. Republican governors can impart voter identification laws designed to keep Blacks from voting without consideration of whom they’d be voting for or why.

    Romney himself has done nothing to quell the factions of his party that have continued to ask for Obama’s birth certificate, make references to his middle name as if it were a slur and identify economic policies as redistributionist or reparationist.

    Blacks do get mad at other Blacks who support candidates that do not share the interests of the African-American community — and who instead prostitute Blacks like Dash to support an effort that sabotages the progress made over the past 150 years. It’s for the same reason that German Jews were angered at the shop owners and sympathizers that aided Adolf Hitler’s rise to power in Nazi Germany; the same reason that Ugandans reviled other countrymen who helped Idi Amin’s ethnic cleansing; the same reason that South African villagers handed out South African necklaces — a burning tire cinched around the neck — to race traitors who aided the sinister Apartheid movement that suppressed an entire rich culture for generations.

    Isn’t any of that a concern for Dash? So why would she endorse Mitt Romney?

    Endorsing Mitt Romney — and doing it while looking like an extra on motherfucking ‘Baywatch’ — is just one more feeble, pathetic plea for attention for a past-her prime, never-was actress that has resorted to just about everything but sucking cock on the White House lawn to help her career.

    At 46 years-old, Dash should accept that superstardom is just not happening for her. Whoring out to join the ranks of rag-headed Uncle Toms and Aunt Suzies like Michael Steele, Ron Christie, David Webb, Jesse Lee Peterson, Larry Elder and Allen West will do nothing but make her a footnote on the wrong side of history.

    Then again, maybe Stacey Dash has been a GOP house nigger too long to realize who she is anymore. With an election this close, the Republicans are all too eager to accept another slave for their plantation.


    • William Link
      November 11, 2012

      Amen brother. What you stated has never been better said. Hollywood creates the with its so called black actors creates the illusion that black folk are making it. As we watch their movies our peopled are being slaughtered and it has been on going since 1619. There is nothing holy about Hollywood.

  11. Miguel Knox
    October 13, 2012

    Like it or not, Stacy Dash can vote for whom she wants. Also, AMEN to Dr. Boyce in this article, because he's exactly 1000 percent right.

    I feel that some of the supporters for President Obama, are behaving the exact same way those who supported the previous President did. Yes, I'm talking about George Bush.

    The same way conservatives and their ilk turned a blind eye to many of his glaring deficiencies, some who support Obama are doing it as well. Stop worrying about who's supporting who and ask yourself how either of the current candidates are going to truly address the needs of our community. Or, the issues you hold dearest to you.

    As far as I'm concerned neither has gone far enough in this regard. As Dr. Watkins stated in this article, President Obama has come up short in part because of our willingness to rubber stamp everything he does, good or bad, and Mitt Romney is a hillbilly Mormon with greed on the brain.

  12. Jackie Jones
    October 13, 2012

    we all have a choice to vote for our choice leave her alone saying nasty things to her means nothing.

  13. David W Johnson Jr
    October 13, 2012

    I Am Sure REAL AFRICAN AMERICANS Are Going To Vote For President Obama But These Ignorant "niggers" Are Going To Just Support The Racist KKK, Mitt Rommney & Paul Ryan.

  14. Taurice Cobbins
    October 14, 2012

    I want to start by saying "OBAMA is the first black president"! There are strong emotions on both sides against as well as for the president this is not some black political epidemic. I'm glad people have opinions one way or the other. The Republicans disrespectful treatment of the first black president it's the reason that blacks are so passionate about their support for the POTUS. It's funny how people try to label us monolithic it's a cope out. If she can't stand the heat stay out of the kitchen.

  15. Michelle Montford
    October 14, 2012

    Vote for who you desire. They all work together.

    • Darlene Cash
      October 15, 2012

      I agree people can vote for who they desire but no they don't all work together and they definitely don't all stand for/ support the same thing.

  16. Kenneth KP Porter
    October 14, 2012

    Who said she was black.

  17. Carolyn Gentry
    October 15, 2012

    What did you expect? She's a brain dead cluless bimbette and not a good porn actress either.

    • Reina Archibeque
      October 15, 2012

      lma0 what d0 y0u kn0w ab0ut p0rn m0m? =O

  18. Anonymous
    October 15, 2012

    THIS ELECTION IS NOT ABOUT RACE. AND Stacet Dash is not and Idiot because she black. She a idiot, because Mitt Romney, want to take America back to were woman like her will not a control over their own body! She and idiot because they want to get rid of Affirmative Act. which is for people of color & woman. She and idiot, because Mitt Romney has out sourced more job that any President or Senator in America, Can we all say Bain Captital. Plus she and idiot because I BET YOU! SHE DON'T EVEN KNOW SHE NOT APART OF THE ONE PERCENT. & Mitt Romney CONSIDER HER THE 47 PERCENT! YOU IDIOT! THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH PRES. OBAMA BEING BLACK! IDIOTS! I see why she was such a good actrist in CLUELESS it ez to play yourself like Charlie Sheen.

  19. Kelli Núñez
    October 15, 2012

    Brilliant article! Very well said.

  20. Multiracial Heritage Society
    October 16, 2012

    First Stacey Dash is a Black-Hispanic and Obama is Biracial. It would be nice if the media would accurately define a person's race/ethnicity for a change. But to the point I am part Black and I am a undecided voter, so if I happen to vote for Romney or not vote at all, its my constitutional right, and no one…and I mean NO ONE can use idle threats to force me to vote for anyone for any reason. If someone wants to attack me, then so be it. I can attack back.

  21. Reggie Wade
    October 17, 2012

    Stacey Dash’s Tweet reminded me of the character she played in the movie “Clueless.” She was perfect for that part, because she really is “Clueless.”

  22. Samkou
    October 18, 2012

    Phew! I stand with Ms Dash because it is her right to endorse and vote for anyone that she care to, that is what freedom means. Who ever said that because you are “Afro- American, African-American, Person of Color or American of African descent” that you have to go with the Democratic ticket. I am a Afro American male that is also a Jewish Republican. I left the Plantation a very long time ago.

  23. Anonymous
    October 18, 2012

    I like reading Dr Boyce articles. However, I have come to notice that since President Obama has been in the house he and his family have been attacked every which way. Romney son even wanted to smack him. So tell me what am I missing racism is alive and well and living in the US.

  24. melvetta
    October 18, 2012

    True she has her right to choose whomever she pleases.its just sad because she cant read between the lines Romney and Republicans are Sales men an sales women but hey she can vote for whoever. we may have lost her vote but gained many more.

  25. Michael Lofton
    October 19, 2012

    The problem rests with elected officials and public servants who have contempt for the Oath of Office, the U.S. Constitution, a respective State Constitution…..and all the dysfunctional citizens or voters who vote for and promote individuals unworthy and unfit to hold office or to a position of public service.

  26. Neville T.
    October 26, 2012

    The problem is not that Ms. West, Dr. West, Mr. Smiley, Dr. Watkins and others have and want to communicate their opinion. The problem is it at this stage of the election and the direction of the opposing party that they choose to do it openly… Yes we all have a right and freedom to think what and how you want, so they say, however, we also have the responsibility to think our thoughts through thoroughly before openly voicing our opinion.. I have been a student of this country’s politics for the past forty something years and I have yet to remember any politician change his/her position as much as Romney… Listen to him reminds me of playing musical chairs… wherever you are when the music stops that where you sit!!!!

  27. Rosemary De Leeuw Bolton
    November 4, 2012

    wow, this comments section is the epitome of grievance group warfare.
    I am shocked that so many are easily fooled by the democrat liberals. THAT IS THEIR mode of operation, read Saul Alinsky's rules for radicals. Divide divide divide, when people do not agree with you, smear them,
    You must not let that happen to your heart,

  28. Wilbert Conrad
    November 6, 2012

    Dear mrs. Idiot,
    Do you see your republican masters trying to stop black people from voting. Why hasn't your confused ass said anything?

  29. marykayschildcare.com
    January 2, 2013

    I really think about how come you named this blog post, “Stacey Dash Learns:
    If You’re Black and Don’t Support Obama,
    You’re Going to be Tortured | Black Like Moi”. In any event . I personally enjoyed the article!Thanks for your effort-Hellen

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    January 8, 2013

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  31. Ken Jak Kado
    March 27, 2013

    She go end up looking like Dione warrick, but with no supporters at the end of the road.

  32. Rev. George Brooks
    April 8, 2013

    None of you can’t truthfully mean that either Dash had the choice of voting for Mitt Romney or Barack Obama? You must have meant to say either Romney the Mormon or David Axelrod and that bunch of other Jews who are really the slave masters of OBama, and in absolute control of him and the White House. For Obama is not making NO (I repeat NO) decisions there in the White House, but simply saying and doing what that Jew crew tell him to say and do. So Dash had a choice of Mormons or anti-Jesus Jews. And while I reluctantly (this last time) voted for the slave of these Jews, I am totally disgusted with this MORE white and black guy who is simply taking up the space in the presidential chair. — Rev. George Brooks

  33. Afro Activist
    April 11, 2013

    No, it’s if you are ignorant and support a capitalist pig like Mitt Romney, you’re going to get tortured. Obama? They can’t see his flaws and actual intentions, but they can see through Romney like a glass wall.

  34. Melanie S
    April 15, 2013

    Seriously? It is quite obvious to me that Obama is simply a puppet put in place; a figurehead to sponsor the large banks who own this nation. If you think for once that you should support him just because of his color then you are a fool falling into place, just as expected by them. This poisoned mentality is what is separating Americans and dividing them into war against each other. Divide and conquer is a war tactic. WAKE UP!

  35. Toni
    May 12, 2013

    “give his administrative complete dictatorial authority over all that happens in black America”

    This sounds like a quote from Dr Boyd; It is a lie and belittles we who voted for Obama for whatever reason. These type of statements attempt to tell all of us “Black Americans’ that the writer doesn’t have any faith in us to make sound decisions.

    I have one thing to say. Moi & Dr Boyce, quit drinking the white man’s Kool Aid and come back home to rainbow Flavors.

  36. Adama Sumareh
    June 28, 2013

    That does not concern you if we support him it but he is a grate leader.
    Me Romney does not care for the poor people he cares for him self and the rich millionaires
    Long live Obama.

  37. Suezi-q Mcgarrett
    June 28, 2013

    Smh.at.us.educated blacks i disagree wit thus artical on so many.levels black ppll do care abt the poor n obama.presidency is so.much mor than our own personal agenda,,

  38. Paul Gates
    June 28, 2013

    Bitch lol nobody voting cause obama black lol he would of never won twice but look wat romney offers lol exactly why we voted for obama,stacey allways been clueless

  39. Natalie Jones
    June 28, 2013

    It wasn't Ms. Dash's decision to vote against Obama that bothered me, it was the fact that she endorsed someone whom was so blatantly and openly against women, minorities and the poor. Not to mention his time as leader of Massachusetts was a little suspect. I didn't vote for Obama because he was black. I voted for him because he was the lesser of two evils so to speak.

  40. Stefany SoExquisitely Gamble
    June 28, 2013

    It is definitely something to think about!

  41. Obed Norman
    June 28, 2013

    You have an anti-Obama complex that has your mind unhinged at times. Nobody believes Obama should be followed unquestioningly. That’s all just an expression of your ant-Obama paranoia. This article is nonsensical on just so many fronts. There is even unintentional nonsense such as this. You write: ‘Cornel West has been touring the country to promote poverty for the past year.’. Really?

  42. Shannon Green
    June 28, 2013

    Ms Irrelevant! Please stop torturing us with your bad talent and decisions, Team Romney….

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  44. ST
    September 14, 2013

    No! If you’re black and say stupid things, you’re going to get tortured. She showed that she really is “clueless”. Common sense should have told her that supporting a man who was sending jobs overseas, at a time when black unemployment was high, a man who stood and made a speech at the NAACP, suggesting that if we (blacks) were looking for handouts, he wasn’t our man, and a man who had a “birther” campaign for him, would cause blacks to be angry about his candidacy. Also, the fact the she failed to understand this, not only shows that she lives in a bubble, she’s out of touch with her own people.

  45. ST
    September 14, 2013

    No! If you’re black and say stupid things, you’re going to get tortured. She showed that she really is “clueless”. Common sense should have told her that supporting a man who was sending jobs overseas, at a time when black unemployment was high, a man who stood and made a speech at the NAACP, suggesting that if we (blacks) were looking for handouts, he wasn’t our man, and a man who had a “birther” campaign for him, would cause blacks to be angry about his candidacy. Also, the fact the she failed to understand this, not only shows that she lives in a bubble, she’s out of touch with her own people.

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  48. zen
    August 23, 2014

    I have a different take. Ms Dash by force of habit, is referring to herself as Black. If that picture is an accurate representation of her, however, she is far more white. Sorry, not trying to offend anyone – I just see what I see.

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