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Democrats Denounced Gen Powell as a "House Negro"


Democrats now love Gen. Colin Powell, but spewed out the most vile, racist attacks on Powell before he endorsed Obama.

Al Sharpton: Gen. Colin Powell is a "House Negro" - A video that was shot by WKRN Video Journalist Beau Fleenor at Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tennessee shows Al Sharpton denigrating Gen. Colin Powell as a "House Negro."

The Question: "Rev. Al Sharpton, do you believe that political leaders such as Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell are viewed as "house negroes" by other African Americans, by going along with the President against their beliefs?"

Harry Belafonte also said Gen. Colin Powell is a "House Negro" - An article that appeared in a Portland, Oregon paper was one of many exposing how hardly a ripple of protest was made by black Democrats when Harry Belafonte publicly denounced Gen. Colin Powell as a "House Negro."

Commenting on Belafonte's statements last week last week, Colin Powell showed a lot of calss when he called what Belafonte said "unfortunate." Powell said he is "proud to be serving" his nation and his president.

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