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‘He Didn’t Unite Us, He Did The exact Opposite.’: Actress Stacey Dash lashes out at Obama … Again

obamaYes, she’s still talking.

By now, we’re all pretty aware that Stacey Dash isn’t crazy about President Obama or the Democratic Party. She rarely ever passes up an opportunity to let this be known. During a recent interview with Adam Carolla, Stacey expressed that she believes America’s first Black President not only failed to help unite the Americans, but he actually contributes to division in the country.

“[In 2008] I voted for Obama and I have to say, I got ‘blacked’ into it. I didn’t know anything about him, but I just knew we needed a Black president. I thought, ‘He has a way to unite us in such a profound dynamic.’ But he didn’t [unite us]. He did the exact opposite,” said the former Single Ladies actress.

“There’s been more racial conversation over last five years than we’ve ever had before,” Carolla added. “If Hillary Clinton gets elected … I suspect there’s gonna be four years of feminist talk. It’ll be found in every story.”

Stacey, however, made it clear that she wants no parts of Hillary getting elected in 2016. She said:

“I don’t want it. I hope not. There will be a big excuse on this big huge platform to say, ‘You’re doing this because she’s the President. She’s a woman, you don’t like it.”

Despite being ripped to shreds on social media, Dash says she definitely does not regret voting for and endorsing Mitt Romney during the 2012 elections—adding that it’s racist to vote for someone based on the color of their skin. She said:

“I feel like I did the right thing. It’s not a form of racism, it is racism. Racism is racism is racism. You should be able to make a choice based on the content of someone’s character, not the color of their skin.”

She also seemed to imply that Black people should get over racial inequality because that time has passed.

“It’s not 1965,” said Dash. “We’ve won that battle. We should move on.”


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  1. anyibaba

     /  December 18, 2013

    Wait, she is no longer in girls? Did they boot her out?
    Please say they booted her out.
    But why does she keep repeating the same thing over again? Yes you were railroaded into voting for Obama the 1st time, we’ve heard it all before.
    This is no longer news. Stacy is worn out, outdated, a lousy political pundit a has been. Though the has been title is still in contention. Some argue she never has “been” in the 1st place

    • Hahahahahahaaa!!! Anyi, please dont get into her crosshairs. The woman is vicious and freegiving with her opinions . . . even when no one is particularly interested.


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