Though most people wouldn’t peg Stacey Dash as a political expert, she has been vocal throughout the Presidential race. The “Clueless” star first announced her support for Mitt Romney on Twitter to the chagrin of several fans who felt she was misinformed and selling out. She followed up with a series of photo opps, posing with the Republican Vice Presidential candidate, Paul Ryan, and casting her vote.

On the eve of President Obama’s historic win, Stacey wrote a three page letter about her political affiliation. Dash explained how she came to vote for Mitt Romney and her hopes for the country. Read the full letter at TMZ.

Here are a couple interesting points she raised:

1. On The Economy:

“I voted for the Romney ticket because I was inspired by their promises of working tirelessly to create a strong economy as their first objective. I have other issues that are close to my heart like equality, and women’s rights, and the benefits of strong public schools. I realize on these issues I’m entirely progressive. There are plenty of moderate Republicans who feel exactly the way I do on these issues. I don’t think we have to trade one for the other. The main objective of our nation must be repairing the economy. All our social concerns must come after this. Without a stable economy our great nation falls.”

2. She Voted for Obama in 2008:

“Two wars and a recession later I became newly invested in presidential politics by Barack Obama. I voted for Obama in 2008. Yes, I was part of the overwhelming majority that swept President Obama into his historic election! I hadn’t known anything about him until he earned the Democratic nomination. He’s brilliant, understated, ethical, a great husband and father. President Obama will always be remembered as one of the greatest leaders this United States of America has ever known.”

3. On Non-Partisan Politics:

“I feel a desperation for the country. The fact is, that when the two parties are not working together, it makes things worse! Bring me a leader from either party that can get this unstuck. Non-partisanship is what will get Americans back to work and the homeless back on their feet. Whoever is the next president must break gridlock and do the will of the people. Stop pandering to partisan politics while our great nation flounders.”

4. On Race:

“Like most Americans I was insulted with the idea that Obama was only elected because he was black, that people of color wanted one of their own, regardless of what sort of leader he would make. The same idiots make the argument that white guilt is why so many Americans voted Obama into office in the first place. That rhetoric is what helps divide this great nation. I didn’t vote for Clinton because he was white and neither did anyone else. The skin color of candidates needs to be the last thing discussed, if at all.”

5. On Welfare:

“Welfare reform is also in order. An elderly woman stands in the same grocery line pinching pennies to buy a can of soup while a woman is buying marshmallow fluff with food stamps. As times have changed, welfare policy needs to keep stride, just like every other issue.”

What do you think of Stacey Dash’s letter and perspective, Clutchettes?

  • Ms. Information

    I do agree with her about the welfare thing…I worked for DFCS straight out of college and saw 26 year old women with 4 kids getting $500 in food stamps, complaining and cussing people out if they went down even a couple dollars because of her income(child support etc.)…..at the same time, seniors often only get $10 a month because of their social security income but they did not complain at all…..we need to get rid of entitlement welfare….welfare recipients who are able need to volunteer or something, sitting at home only fosters an environment for them to get pregnant again and again (not ALL recipients, but a great enough number)

  • http://www.womanist-musings.com/ Renee Martin

    To me this is yet another attempt on behalf of Dash to remain relevant.

  • Coco

    Someone irrelevant trying to be relevant, who cares. She needs to take a seat and do what she does best keep silent and try to keep her looks up.

  • Marseeuh

    @coco ….so a pretty woman can’t have a brain? how sad is that thought process!

  • AM

    I’m star struck by her boobage…..to go further beyond what she has to offer in the letter.

  • __A

    Totally agree. Republicans will say black people vote for Democrats because they want handouts. This is not true for me. I believe in welfare for the needy. There are elderly people, disabled people, single mothers, and other poor people using welfare the way it should be used and getting off the system. I dislike how they want to get rid of welfare because they keep bringing up the welfare queen. I am not for lazy women like this using their kids to get a check, but that does not mean that we should get rid of welfare.

    The volunteering thing is a good idea. There is a work requirement, but if you can’t get work, then you don’t really get in trouble I think. There are people abusing the system. Young people should not be able to have babies and live in Section 8 housing and get food stamps for years and years. I personally think the government should just give people a trailer or small house and a plot of land that they pay off eventually with low interest. The government could stop women from having babies that they can’t afford by making them do hard work. There are irresponsible people out here who have children that they aren’t responsible enough to raise, and they can’t take care of them. I understand that there are many single mothers doing the right thing.

    I have a feeling that they’re going to coach Stacey Dash like they did Palin and put her on Fox News with those other women who are just there to be pretty.

    I thought she was going to agree with the conservatives about black people voting for Obama because he was black. No doubt, there are probably many people who did, but most black people always vote for Democrats. I think 93% of black people voted for Obama, but Al Gore got 90% of the black vote. It’s mostly about black people voting for Democrats, and if the Republican party wants to win, it should stop with its Southern Strategy. The country doesn’t have the same racial makeup anymore. How can you alienate minorities, women, and turn off young white people in states where there is a large number of electoral votes and expect to win? They are way too extreme. People see Democrats as being progressive and Republicans as being old-fashioned and regressive. They also romanticize the past and want to go back to that. Many women and minorities have no desire to regress.

  • Rue

    Agree abt the welfare, but please, oh pretty please STFU already!!

  • cocopuffs

    there are people that voted for obama because of his race, just as there are ppl that didnt vote for him because he is black as well.

  • LS

    Stacey, you cosigned a birther comment. GO AWAY.

  • tish

    i’m actually a bit annoyed with scapegoating a woman using foodstamps for marshmallow puffs when annually billions in tax abatement are given to billion-dollar corporations with “promises” of local employment (which of course NEVER happens). next.

  • Bianca

    She voted for Romney because she wants a stronger economy and that’s her main focus. That’s bs because do you really think that if Romney won, that he can magically make all of the debt disappear? NO and he probably wouldn’t make it any better than it is now. The main reason I voted for Obama is because of equal rights. If she’s so concerned about women’s equality then voting for Romney was a big mistake. In a nutshell, he’s not for helping women. Regardless of her idiotic vote, Obama won.

  • http://gravatar.com/jamesfrmphilly jamesfrmphilly

    so it’s the welfare recipients who are the problem in the community? why don’t you think a little deeper?

  • cocopuffs

    equality…..womens rights….and strong education

    comes last??
    how do you sacrifice equality but you want people to come together to have a stronger economy?
    how do you put having a stong educational system on the back burner but you want people to get off of their butts and do something for themselves and have a better life. let kids grow up with poor education? (basically sacrifice them until we get a better economy and hope the other generations are good).

    how do you say you support womens rights but you say that can wait? the women that fought for their rights your predecessors what they fought for will have to wait? why does my reproductive system include you (the government)?

  • http://gravatar.com/jamesfrmphilly jamesfrmphilly

    that is known as divide and conquer. get people mad at welfare recipients while the military budget is the biggest welfare program in the world.

  • http://gravatar.com/jamesfrmphilly jamesfrmphilly

    many black people are so blinded by self hate that they cannot reason clearly….

  • http://@clnmike Tonton Michel

    “The “Clueless” star…..”

    Lol, slicker than a can of oil you are.

    I am not sure about her sincerity, she makes some interesting points on 4 and 5 but her stand on 1 is outrageous. Mitt’s own financial dealings has so much shade in it would make a Chicago pimp blush. As for 3 it’s like WTF? The same party Mitt belongs to has been the one doing the obstructionist dance. So the solution is to let them have their cake and eat it too? Just give in to the bully, no? At her age she shouldn’t be that naïve. This has to be a publicity stunt.

  • opinionatedgal

    I agree and somehow I smell a half-baked attempt at a lame reality show in her future.

  • William

    Equal right from Romney? This girl is misinformed and clueless.

  • MISS_EMCEE

    $500 for a single mother with 4 kids is really not enough. I’m single by myself and I spend $300 on food. But, I don’t buy junk food. I purchase fruits and veggies which are really expensive. Also, I buy quality meat, nuts, and orange juice etc. The majority of the kids who parents receive food stamps have some of the worst diets ever because, they buy cheap junk food to stretch out the money. Yes, there are some women abuse the system but, some really need it. But, I never see people who think like you complain about the entitlement from these corporations and the corrupt people in the government. I never see yall complain when Corporations only pay a maximum 2% of taxes; while small businesses get taxed between 15 to 35%. I never hear complaints about getting government grants on frivolous basis and use the money for personal gain. I never hear yall complain when government agencies write grants and have their friend apply and split the money. I never hear yall complain about government bailouts for corporations. Then, you see the CEO and executives increasing their salary by 200%. I never hear yall complain when Education is being cut but, Lockheed just signed another Billion dollar contract to make weapons for the USA. I could go on and on. All the things I mention makes the welfare system look like loosing 2 dollars. The money spent on welfare ain’t shit. A lot people really need to stop being mentally lazy and go and look how American taxes are being used.

  • http://gravatar.com/nolakiss16 binks

    Agreed! Hopefully this is her last 15 minutes on this subject.

  • MISS_EMCEE

    I bet she can’t name 5 people in congress. She can’t name 5 executive orders. She named 1 Senator in her state. She can’t name 5 bills of legislation that’s been passed. She can’t name even 5 positive things Romney did for Massachusetts. It’s funny want to get all politicized but, cannot name any of things i state above. If you don’t even know 20% of the system which we live in how the FUCK can you rant about it?

  • MISS_EMCEE

    She can’t name 1 Senator*

  • http://www.facebook.com/mshenry70 Kathy Henry

    You do know you have work for your check if you are welfare? Yes, welfare recipients must WORK for their cash benefits. I know that people believe in the myth of women laying up on welfare, eating bon-bons and spitting out a baby every year but that is a load of malarkey. On August 22, 1996 in the Rose Garden of the White House, President William Jefferson Clinton signed into law the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act, better known as welfare reform, dismantling the sixty-one year program of federally guaranteed cash assistance to needy families or what is known as welfare. Welfare recipients have five years to receive cash assistance and after that, it is a wrap. Families who have exhausted their five years will only receive food stamps and a medical card. It is the law so please stop spewing stereotypes. It makes you look ignorant as hell.

  • L.A.S

    She is entitled to her opinion but the economy can’t and will never come before gender equality and women’s rights. On top of that, I notice that she has one thing in common with her candidate pick, they both talk in circles but don’t give concise and concrete examples. Another thing, you had all these glowing things to say about Pres. Obama and yet not did not vote for him and didn’t give reasons as to why you didn’t vote for him this election. And while that is your private choice, when writing a political essay, I gonna need you to come again and give more examples and reasons to convince people that you are not just trying to extend your time in the spotlight.

  • Leena

    I wish people would do some research and find out just how much tax money is actually used for social programs. People make it seem like all of our tax money goes towards those programs when in reality it doesn’t even come close to half. The main portions of our money go to defense sectors and social security, which isn’t a handout because people work for that money their whole lives. This isn’t to say that there shouldn’t be measures put into place that stop people from abusing the system. It’s funny how Dash mentioned Romney’s health care program for Massachusetts. It had a lot of the same key points as Obama’s, although I admit that Obama’s I’m not a big fan of Obama’s health care plan. I do agree that both parties need to work together, but let’s be real here. It’s only now that Obama’s been reelected that Republicans talk about working together. If Romney had won, he would not have been talking about working with Democrats. The problem with a leader who is focused solely on the business aspect of things is that there will be a lot of collateral damage in the name of the “greater” good, and that collateral damage is poor and middle class people.

  • D.T.

    Actually our tax money is used to pay back money plus interest loaned from the Federal Reserve. So there is no “our money.” America doesn’t own a doggone thing.

  • MISS_EMCEE

    Yes @ Kathy Henry people who spew this type of bs can’t even name 5 constitutional rights. I bet the only time they’ve watched Cspan was when they were flipping through channels. They say this is “Age of Intelligence” ? From what I see people are more ignorant than ever. The tool we are on right now has can show you everything that is going on government related issues. More than just government issues it has resources people don’t use or care to use. If they took time out and see what was going on a REVOLUTION would start. Most people get their information from a digital cable box that is PROGRAMMED. Therefore, if it’s PROGRAMMED that means its EDITED and DISTORTED and MANIPULATIVE. Majority of people in the USA believe every single thing they hear on the news. If people are so mad about the welfare system, GET OFF YOUR ASS and help. Help these women get an education, help these women get therapy, help these women get training to gain employment that meets their family needs financially, help these women on budgeting their money and investing, and if your not SHUT THE FUCK UP. On another note please don’t say your name is “Ms. Information” because, your not informative at all. If you had information in your brain you wouldn’t even dare type what you did. If you know the “Real Info” you would have seen every flaw in Stacey Dash post. Also, I know you don’t even know why WIC, AFDC, was created, welfare and I know you don’t even know the name of the original “Welfare Program” that is the birthplace of the system you say women are complaining about?

  • http://Www Marcia, Marcia

    Rich kids, poor kids, every kid
    likes Marshmallow Fluff!

  • Chillyroad

    Junk food is extremely expensive. The only difference between that and healthier alternatives is the healthy stuff is perishable but you can buy canned foods and frozen foods. You’re spending too much on designer foods.

  • Chillyroad

    That comment wasn’t sexist at all.

  • Chillyroad

    I swear these comments. On a site that goes on and on about Women’s rights and misogyny and sexism and blah blah blah you get comments like that…from other women.

  • cupcakes and shiraz

    I agree with you too. I have so many relatives and friends who are either unemployed or working poor who SHOULD get food stamps, but don’t. And I have seen far too many useless human beings using the crap out the system time and time again.

    Welfare is supposed to help people in need, but many of the time it just promotes a culture of laziness and exploitation. I wouldn’t want to do away with it, but definitely change the rules so it would help more struggling, hard working people and not reward people who has never worked a day in their lives.

  • cupcakes and shiraz

    Ew! I didn’t! But Sweet and Sara’s marshmallows are the biz!

  • http://[email protected] Kam

    Here! here! my thoughts exactly. Seems like that ´clueless´role has really become her identity

  • pe.riche.

    Agreed. It seems today in our country, it’s almost a criminal act to be poor.

  • cupcakes and shiraz

    Considering that you can’t tell the difference between “your” and “you’re”, you are definitely not in a position to speak on intelligence or ignorance.

  • cupcakes and shiraz

    You are correct, however, even a person who maxes out their benefits and only receive food stamps and medicaid fare a lot better than many working people who are not eligible for these programs.

    And have you seen the costs of premium insurance and groceries? A struggling working person could receive even a little relief if they only got those two benefits alone. Unfortunately, they will never be eligible for these programs because the government just prefer that working people just shut up, pay their taxes and support everyone else…including the poor and the rich.

  • MISS_EMCEE

    Fuck a your or a you’re I’m typing fast so errors will occur. People like you are a problem get off the irrelevant and frivolous shit and tackle what’s going on. Don’t get mad because, YOU’RE everything I mentioned. I bet you cant even name 2 Supreme Court judges.

  • Lady P

    I do agree with Stacey here. Welfare reform is needed! I also believe this same issue will remerge again for the next election. As long as this country is tackling budget issues, welfare reform will remain a topic because every “able-bodied” person DOES need to pull their weight. Something is wrong with this picture: if you have a senior citizen who has been working (contributing legally) towards society, then one of the governments’ priority imo…should favor senior citizens (social security) more so. Yes, it is the individual’s responsibility to acquire a financial safety net over the years as it is for adults to support themselves and their children. At the same time, it does bother me to stand in line observing an elderly person counting pennies to purchase groceries. Then the next people in line are a single mom or [a couple] with a basket full of groceries. I don’t look to see what they have in their basket, I just think about how they have the opportunity to sell their food stamps or do (because it always more than enough) and then indulge in overeating while the elderly is starving.

    I am not against welfare programs; but I do believe for some recipients, it has become a way of life or discourages motivation to do/seek a better one. Do not take it completely away because some people are in need of these programs to bridge gaps. To gauge where these recipients are; streamline their employment, education/certification status along with each welfare application. Not sure of what the maximum cap is for welfare, but I think the problem is how much is being spent within that timeframe. Another reason I would like to see welfare reform is because of our deterioration of our education programs (pell grants, afterschool programs, head start programs) Take some of the monies and allocate it towards the education programs.

    I hear more conversations in regards to decreasing education programs verses that of welfare reform. While we need to save for our children’s future and not leave into the government’s hands, every parent doesn’t have that concern unfortunately. Priorities are placed within other areas and as an end result; the children suffer who has dreams to further their education because of lack of funds. Not completely against welfare, but it is for sure in need of reformation (the entire system). Let’s do some reconstructing to locate exactly where these dollars are best spent. The entire country will become better off – more/better education people and the elderly will have better health — can eat better and spend more money towards their health n medication.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mshenry70 Kathy Henry

    Sadly, critical thinking has become a lost art. Some of these folks on here complaining about welfare are one check away from the welfare line themselves.

  • Daniel Clardy

    Hmmm…voucherizing medicare, privatizing social security –Ryan advocates both — are not viable plans for getting the economy back on track. Romney and Ryan know that and therefore flipped their positions as election day drew closer and informed voters began rejecting them. And how does she account for the fact that Obama’s jobs and infrastructure reinvestment initiatives were stymied by House Republicans determined to make Obama a one-time president? Voting for Romney was like rewarding Republicans for putting their petty partisan goals above the best interest of the American people. Clueless is not merely the name of a show Stacey starred in; its an adjective that describes her grasp of what matters most in politics.

  • Trace

    While I agree with your other points, I can’t sympathize with mothers of 3 or more children on welfare. They just keep having them. That’s the problem. These kids grow up ill equipped to deal with life and repeat the same cycle all because their mother wants to increase her benefits and refuses to make roscoe wear a condom. I’m more concerned about the kids than the money!

  • Perspective

    I file this in the category of a woman who took on the ideologies of the men she dates which are white men.

    I don’t care who the woman is. I don’t care the race either. Women tend to take on the ideologies of the men they date. Period!

    Look at the Becky Sue white women who date Black men, especially any dude with some margin of swag – and she will be acting completely different give it a couple mouths – and “so called black woman” which she really is NOT and I wish black folks would stop claiming these mixed people who can jump the fence in any given direction only for black people to get mad when they pick the other side (INHALE!) – but black women who date white men take on the ideologies of those white men just the same.

    Unless you have a weak man – men tend to be the dominating personality in most relationships.

    7 to 8 times out of 10 when a “sista” is with a white guy they become a white apologist and defender of “OH THAT’S NOT RACIST THAT’S BLACK PEOPLE JUST OVER REACTING!”

    You know, the ones who always want to claim black people over reacting when white people come through with their DL RACISM.

    “I mean come on, Jamal – he didn’t say “BLACK” – he said URBAN!”

    “AND WHAT THE HELL DO YOU THINK HE MEANS BY URBAN PEOPLE – PURPLE MIGETS?! Give me one more of those delicious oatmeal cookies from your white mother in law’s recipe, and i’m getting the hell out of here! Damn these cookies are delicious, but you are messed up in the head.”

  • Nikeeza

    You lost me at your misogynist comments about women. If what you are saying is true, women have no business having the vote because we seem to have weak minds and are easily swayed.

    Anyway the sensible thing for any woman to do would be to align with some one who has the same beliefs and values, it does not have to be about race.

    If I were mixed race, I would not need to jump fences I would be in both at the same time. Why would I disavow my heritage from either side? Thank goodness a young Obama never came close to people with your sort of opinions.

    I would suggest people with your views are holding black people back especially black women and are more in line with the Republicans who have binders full of women.

  • Ms. Information

    No, they do not – in Georgia you only have to fill out a work sheet saying that you are looking for work…

  • http://gravatar.com/jamesfrmphilly jamesfrmphilly

    “every “able-bodied” person DOES need to pull their weight”

    how do you ‘pull yr weight’ weight in an era of high unemployment?

  • http://gravatar.com/jamesfrmphilly jamesfrmphilly

    there is NO work…..

  • http://gravatar.com/jamesfrmphilly jamesfrmphilly

    “every “able-bodied” person DOES need to pull their weight”

    why never a peep about corporate welfare?

  • http://gravatar.com/jamesfrmphilly jamesfrmphilly

    i think at this point in time black people need to go into the republican party and challenge it about it’s racism. there needs to be a viable republican alternative for black people. we need to make the democrats work for our vote.

  • Blue

    Why do we still care what she thinks

  • Ms. Information

    I find jobs for people daily….there IS work…and I am talking from 2001-2005 when there was much more work than today….

  • Ms. Information

    I agree @ James, but that is not what we are talking about…I agree completely…also with the the welfare given to these sorry ass banks….it is screwed up at both ends.

  • Perspective

    @ Nikeeza

    I think its rather self evident that WOMEN are extremely easily swayed due to their emotions. If that wasn’t the case then please explained to me how women get so easily involved with the WRONG GUY, or end up with babies is a less than ideal situation?

    Roll the Victim Card – “BECAUSE MEN ARE LIERS AND CHEATS!”

    … and there you have it – women are the weaker sex.

    Clearly the more CAPABLE individual with superior intellect shouldn’t be able to be so easily manipulated.

    There should be more FEMALE PIMPS and more MALE STREET WALKERS – if all things were equitable as you claim them to be.

    I do find it irritating at how women can RUN to their EMOTIONS for shelter when NEED BE.

    “She’s a woman! Don’t yell at her. He manipulated her!”

    then turn right around

    “I have the strength and the fortitude to make my own decisions”

    You can’t play the equality card and the female privilege “she’s not to be held accountable for her actions due to women’s NATURALLY emotional nature.”

    Men have NEVER been afforded that luxury – so as an EQUAL female – why should you?

  • Perspective

    @NIKEEZA

    “If I were mixed race, I would not need to jump fences I would be in both at the same time. Why would I disavow my heritage from either side?”

    I think you need to double check your facts because Stacey Dash is not half white she is of Bajan, African American, and Mexican descent.

    There ain’t NO WHITE UP IN THERE.

    Again – taking on the ideologies of the men she dates rather than IDENTIFYING WITH HER OTHER HALF.

    I made the statement referring to identifying with anything other than black when a person is half black.

    She’s is identify with White Republicans – what’s her connection – its not her heritage – its the men she dates.

  • Anonymous

    Welfare has been stigmatized to be a “black person’s issue.” That’s the problem. Most receivers of governmental aid are white, working-poor folks. Are they using food stamps to buy marshmallow fluff? Of course. But welfare has become suddenly synonymous with black.

  • bree

    Welfare has
    welfare has been around for many years 40 yrs. or
    better. I sooo tire of people thinking that welfare monies..”the check” and food stamps are away out. I personally have never been on the “system”…but they say never say never. People act like they are getting lots of money…they are not goin out buy Gucci bags and Christian Louboutin shoes. Its not much money barely enough for the average person to live off on. Circumstances …life situations determine who has to go that route. Sure we all need to get up and out there..most people I know who are have said this is the last thing they want to do. So Please stop acting like welfare is stopping you or me for getting what ever is due us. I will never understand this

  • Reason

    #SoSad And yet, I’m sure Stacey and those who agree with her on welfare weren’t aware that Mitt Romney’s own darned daddy was on welfare. The following video link is an interview with Mitt’s momma about his father’s humble beginnings and why he’d make for a great govener of MI http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_DgB3WASwXA#t=46s

    low info vs high info

  • http://gravatar.com/jamesfrmphilly jamesfrmphilly

    “women are the weaker sex”

    weak? i saw a woman deliver a baby. i think there are few (none) males who could do that.

    but let’s say that women are the ‘weaker’ sex. does that give men the right to prey on them? children are ‘weaker’ too. shall we prey on them?

    the law of the jungle says that the strong prey on the weak. that is the white man’s way.

    as a black man i am more highly evolved than that.

  • http://theblackparacosmistmind.wordpress.com theblackparacosmistmind

    still trying to remain relevant huh Stacey? lol

  • NOitAll

    @jamesfrmphilly Don’t try to make sense of it. She’s clearly drunk the Koolaid.

  • cocopuffs

    Sad so many people think that their lives cannot be turned completely upside down at the blink of an eye there was a picture of a family with kids and all on the street with their stuff and people had the nerve to judge immediately and say “why would they have all of those kids knowing they dont have anything”

    really?
    Do people not stop to think that just because a person is down on the ground now doesnt mean they were always in that position?
    these lol god fearing people forget that the lord doesnt judge people based on their credit score or what thread count they have on their beds at night nor does he look down on you because he knows you are wading through one of the many trials and tribulations you will go through in life. Haha is all i can say to people who call themselves grateful for everything they HAVE when i see people with nothing being grateful to the lord for still having faith when alot of people in their position would be questioning why? why? why me?

  • Perspective

    @ JAMES – eyes roll

  • Ask_ME

    Newsflash: Stacey Dash has MONEY….as do a lot of Republicans.

    Believe it or not some of us don’t identify as Democrats and it has a lot to do with ideology, religion, socio-economics and social issues.

    Stacey Dash has a right to her beliefs and neither you nor any other black person has a right to force YOUR beliefs on her.

    SWP, take note of this reality: Your ideas of patriarchy is doing nothing to bring the masses of black women to your side. Instead it’s accomplishing the exact opposite and putting those of us with good sense off.

    Furthermore, I’ve been married to a white man for the last five years. He is a Democrat. I am an independent. So goes your theory.

  • Joan

    I think it’s nice that Stacey Dash can form complete sentences, but I still don’t care what she thinks. It should be okay for her to have whatever political views and opinions she wants, no matter how shortsighted. And it really doesn’t even matter now; the best man won. LOL.

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