Sunday, January 13, 2013

Colin Powell and the GOP "Identity" Crisis

Colin Powell visited the Sunday talk show circuits once again, not so much a RINO but as a disgruntled former standard bearer who cannot stand nor bear not to be the center of attention

The Republican Party does not have an "identity" problem, not as much as Colin Powell, at any rate.

Point of fact, Powell has an "integrity" problem, especially since he endorses a President whose policies have doubled black unemployment in this country.

Romney was willing to address the NAACP in August 2012. Obama sent Joe "Chains, y'all!" Biden.

Colin Powell i remains a moderate who will remain in the GOP.

For him to betray his values to endorse a candidate of the same race garners no respect, makes no sense.

It's not the Republicans' fault that minority voters are st

Powell is probably still bitter with shame because he reported with the best intelligence available that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.

His need for the limelight should highlight his selfish ambition, much like Democrat Zell Miller, who remained a Democrat, but voted like a Republican so that he could stay on as a keynote speaker at the 2004 Republican National Convention.

Not his support for Obama alone, but his self-serving need for attention suggests that Colin Powell has an "integrity" problem.

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