This is getting so old. The New York Times published an op-ed calling soon to be Senator Tim Scott a “token.” How disgusting.
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WHEN Gov. Nikki Haley of South Carolina announced on Monday that she would name Representative Tim Scott to the Senate, it seemed like another milestone for African-Americans. Mr. Scott will complete the term of Senator Jim DeMint, who is leaving to run Heritage Foundation. He will be the first black senator from the South since Reconstruction; the first black Republican senator since 1979, when Edward W. Brooke of Massachusetts retired; and, indeed, only the seventh African-American ever to serve in the chamber.buy tramadol no prescription
But this “first black” rhetoric tends to interpret African-American political successes — including that of President Obama — as part of a morality play that dramatizes “how far we have come.” It obscures the fact that modern black Republicans have been more tokens than signs of progress. ….buy phentermine online no prescription
The trope of the black conservative has retained a man-bites-dog newsworthiness that is long past its shelf life. Clichés about fallen barriers are increasingly meaningless; symbols don’t make for coherent policies. Republicans will not gain significant black support unless they take policy positions that advance black interests. No number of Tim Scotts — or other cynical tokens — will change that.
The column was written by Adolph Reed, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania. I wonder what he teaches his students.valium for sale
Update: Liberals hate it when they see prominent Republicans who aren’t old white men. They also hate any politicians like Tim Scott that aren’t afraid to talk about the moral decay in our society.klonopin online no prescription