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Black Miss. Preachers Persuade Congregation to Vote for Anti-Affirmative Action Republican

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If Mississippi U.S. Senator Thad Cochran makes it past tomorrow’s primary, he may owe his win to black pastors who have been working behind the scenes to get him elected.

The New York Times reports that a dozen black pastors met in a store front church to devise a plan for convincing their members to support Sen. Cochran in the primary.

In explaining their position, Bishop Ronnie C. Crudup Sr., a pastor at the New Horizon Church International, said that “in tough times, you’ve got to do some unusual things.”

He added: “You’ve got to be willing to cross the line sometimes, and go over to some strange places for our interests.”

But what exactly are “our” interests? And since when has Cochran supported them?

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  1. They got some dumb preachers in Mississippi if they fall for
    this crap. No wonder they got the blues.

  2. This is the type of thing that makes it so hard for many people to seek God because they think they can only do it through religion. And when they see these so called "Black" preachers clearly selling their souls for their 30 pieces of silver it just turns them completely off of religion.

  3. you people are are being led by some uncle toms.this is not about religion this is about some sell out toms. their is a wide gap between black preachers and black uncle tom's these pimps will sell their mother birth right's for a pat on the back and a plastic smile. for the fllower gregation go get understanding. no longer be a dish rag

  4. What difference does it make. Affirmative Action only benefits crackkkas anyway. And them Sambo preachers are scared of them

  5. Just glad I do not attend any of their churches, wow! This is one whereas you just have to pray that the congregation has more sense than the idiots preaching the “word.”

  6. Since none of you live here in MS, you fail to understand the reality of what was going on. The so called Tea Party groups were buying votes here in MS with all the ads and visits by such as Sarah Palin, Sen. Paul The Koch Brothers group etc. and what you also fail to realize is that the Tea Party is the newly recreated K.K.K different name but same objectives, since they have had some power struggles successful we have lost the gains made by Dr. King and others who gave their lives for equality of us as a Black people, the devaluation of the Civil Rights act, the Voting Acts, the stand your ground laws( originally they developed the MacManus act in the earlier 60's to keep us from owning guns because of the Black Panther Party exercising the right to carry arms, and my view to stop this would be for Black people to start buying guns in masse again and se how soon they will try to , repeal this act again) voter id laws thus there is the problem with us today, we can not congeal as a group and collective stand to enact betterment for ourselves. BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY WE MUST NOT ALLOW THE TEA PARTY(a.k.a., the new Kue Klux Klan) gain anymore foothold in congress and/or local political offices

  7. Bro I had to respond to your uninform logic the game is to be played and for you, you don't know how the game is played. In politic some time you have to deal with two evils and go with the lesser of the two. This is how it's done in the game of politic. Mcdaniel was a danger to black ppl with his ideologies.

  8. Learn the game sister, we are doing the same thing here in Texas since the Republicans control the state. U go with the lesser of the evil. Its not about being a sell out or uncle tom it's about learning to use the system to your advantage.

  9. Apparently the one’s that are making these comments aren’t aware how the game is played today. With fewer blacks voting and not participating in the system those of us who do vote and not just talk understand what is at state when you let those racist tea party candidates win. I suggest that you individuals who are critical of the black preachers in mississippi do your home work before not down someone else. As a matter of fact when was the last time you voted?

  10. Brady Bibbs, first of all I am a brother not a sister. And I do understand the concept of " the lesser of two evils" however in this case I don't believe that is the case. One of the pastors involved stated " you have to be willing to cross the lines and go over to strange places for our interest. However, as the article states he never articulated what those interests are and the article also asks, when has Cochran ever supported anything that is in the best interest of so called "Black" people. The answer to the latter question is "never". More likely the interests he is referring to is the interests of himself and the other pastors persuade their congregations to vote against their own interests so that their pastors own private interests can be supported. their 30 pieces of silver for selling out.

  11. They ain’t dumb. They are paid.

  12. I wonder what are the interests of the Black congregations these Black preachers represent. Since Black church folk are stomping for Thad Cochran, what do they get in return. Seems to me, I got from this article, these Black people got some “quid pro quo” goin on, when it comes to politics.

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