Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Larry Elder: ‘If We Can’t Win This Year, We Can’t Win At All’

By Michelle Moons , Sep 21, 2015 Breitbart

This weekend the Tea Party California Caucus held it’s popular dinner event at the semi-annual California Republican Party Convention drawing activists from around the state to Anaheim to share ideas and listen to radio host Larry Elder, Assembly Member Melissa Melendez, and a variety of other Tea Party leaders.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Larry Elder gave the Tea Party crowd a glimpse into his background and how the talk radio averse found himself with his own program.

Elder told the audience that he gained recognition for stating that racism was no longer an issue in America. In the fallout of his assertion, Elder was called an Uncle Tom, boot licking Uncle Tom, foot shuffling uncle Tom, coconut (brown on the outside, white on the inside), oreo, antichrist and — meant to be most searing and awful of all, he joked — Republican.

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