In an Op-Ed column by Frank Rich in the NY Times, titled The Very Useful Idiocy of Christine O'Donnell, Mr. Rich opined:
"O’Donnell’s value is the same as that other useful idiot, Michael Steele, who remains at the Republican National Committee only because he can wave the banner of “diversity” over a virtually all-white party that alternately demonizes African-Americans, Latinos, gays and Muslims." (Emphasis in italics mine.) Read here.
I don't know much about Christine O'Donnell, but I do know the Democrat Party is not now, nor has it ever really been, the friend of African-Americans. It took a while, about 30 minutes, but I did find a source for your perusal. Read here.
I also take issue with Mr. Rich's implication about the Republican Party representing the "Wall Street potentates and corporate titans" as if to contrast the good work of the Democrat Party to tax the rich into poverty as an essential strategy of its war on poverty.
There are a lot of points in Mr. Rich's Op-Ed column I would like to comment on, but I am but a simple man, not quite up to the intellectual level he is when discussing politics. Mr. Rich, there is a "real America" out here and it don't give a damn what you think about anything.