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Racism And Booes Main Focus As Presidential Candidates Move On To New Hampshire [VIDEOS]

Rick Santorum is under heat after making remarks which classified welfare recipients as black. The presidential candidate claims the word that sounds like ‘black’ was a slip of the tounge and was actually just a fumbled transition into saying ‘people’. It’s not the first time the candidate has used such rhetoric as seen in our second video.

Newt Gingrich is under similar fire after he made remarks about the African Americans of NAACP not paychecks but food stamps.

Anderson Cooper said it best by commenting on Rick Santorum’s success in Iowa leading to tough scrutiny in New Hampshire.

In this video, Santorum clearly uses the term ‘black person’ to label Barack Obama and the type of stance he takes. It appears he is using the classification of Barack Obama as a ‘black person’  in the discussion of abortion.

http://youtu.be/t86ctnviJTM

 

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