Voting for Obama because he was black was biggest mistake of my life

Laura Ingraham interviewed National Black Chamber of Commerce CEO Harry Alford this morning on her radio show and it was an amazing interview. In one of the most honest answers I’ve ever heard to the question of ‘why did you vote for Obama’, Alford said he voted for Obama because he was black and that it was the worst mistake of his life and a lesson he’ll take to his grave. Wow! He added that ‘hope’ was part of the reason he voted for Obama, but then referring to Obama’s policies he said what I think would be a great campaign slogan:

Hope isn’t hiring. Hope isn’t lowering the price of gasoline.

He even referred to Obama as a Marxist and even through in the word ‘brown shirt’. Wow again!

If you don’t have much time skip to the 4 min mark of this interview. But make sure you listen to the end as he goes into much more detail about his change of heart and also slams Al Sharpton as being as a paid-for-lackey of Obama.

Great interview!


UPDATE: Correction to Harry Alford’s name. My apologies.

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