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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?
READ MORE via Black Miss. Preachers Persuade Congregation to Vote for Anti-Affirmative Action Republican | breakingbrown.com.