Stacey Dash Takes on Holder and Obama
Conservative actress, Stacey Dash has once again proven that no matter how much she is attacked by liberals, she will continue to fight for what she believes in. This time, she is taking on Eric Holder and Barack Obama for suing Louisiana over their voucher program. Holder is suing Louisiana, ostensibly in the interest of racial balance. Dash takes him headlong. She maintains that education for all is the best way to integrate society.
“I just think it’s absurd. The natural evolution of a well-educated populous is integration, and for them to deny a child a better education because of the color of their skin is ludicrous and defeating the purpose. It shows just how out-of-touch this administration is with their own people that they say they want to help…This is not 1965.”
“This is proof to me that this administration is a bunch of bullies. They need to drop these charges.”
“The school system has become a part of this huge government machine, governed by people who aren’t close to the situation. That’s why I’m a Republican. I believe in small government. That’s what I am fighting for with this country. The government is just too big and we have to make it smaller, people are getting lost.”
Stacey admits that she voted for Barack Obama in 2008, because he was black and she thought he would be the perfect person to unite the country. Instead, she says, he has done the opposite and has divided the races in a way she has never seen in her entire life.
“I didn’t know anything about [Obama] when I voted for him in 2008. My choice to do so was purely because he was black. Naively, I thought he would be the right person for the job but unfortunately it didn’t turn out that way. Obama had the opportunity to really unite this country in such a profound way, but instead he has done the opposite. We are so divided right now, everything has become about race, more than I’ve ever known in my lifetime.”
Ms Dash made the news last year by whole heartedly endorsing Mitt Romney over Barack Obama for president and again earlier this year for her criticism of The Oprah.