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Hillary Clinton Accomplishments: Bob Johnson- Crab In A Barrel?
I don't quite understand why it was necessary for Bob Johnson to denegrate Obama in an effort to elevate Hillary Clinton.
But I found this characterization quite appropritate. What do you think?
April 15, 2008
Wading back into the Democratic presidential race, billionaire businessman Bob Johnson said Monday that Sen. Barack Obama would not be his party's leading candidate if he were white.
Johnson's comments to the Observer echoed those of former vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro. She stepped down as an adviser to Sen. Hillary Clinton last month after saying Obama wouldn't be where he is if he were white.
"What I believe Geraldine Ferraro meant is that if you take a freshman senator from Illinois called `Jerry Smith' and he says I'm going to run for president, would he start off with 90 percent of the black vote?" Johnson said. "And the answer is, probably not... ."
"Geraldine Ferraro said it right. The problem is, Geraldine Ferraro is white. This campaign has such a hair-trigger on anything racial ... it is almost impossible for anybody to say anything."
Johnson, who made a fortune after founding Black Entertainment Television and now owns the Charlotte Bobcats, is a longtime friend of Clinton and her husband, the former president.Commentary below by Charles Johnson of BlackJesus.com.Bob Johnson let me pose this question to you. Do you think John Malone gave you $500,000 to start BET because he was really interested in helping a poor black disadvantage entrepreneur launch a Black Cable Network? Do you really think he felt it was time for diversity in cable television programming? No, he and the other white cable operators knew they needed to have a marginal company like BET, that they partly owned and controlled, to sell to the city councils of the major urban areas, if they were to get the cable tv expansion nod of cities with large black populations. They needed to have at least one so called black network to point to, to show they had diversity in programming. For the next 15 plus years, you were happy to fit the role of the house negro, playing largely offensive, derogatory music videos in a repetitive loop 12 hours a day and direct response ads the rest of the day. In the name of share holder value, you were not willing to use this opportunity to provide any quality black programming that would change the negative image of African Americans and create real jobs and creative opportunities for so many others.
You of all people would not be in your position if you weren't Black. You have every right to support Hillary
Clinton, but you have no right to say Barack Obama is where he is because he is black.
What ever monetary promises the Clintons have offered you for your support, it isn't worth selling your soul for.
P.S. I suggest you take a cue from our Jewish brethren. They may disagree in private, but they always show a unified front and make no apologies for it.