Former President Clinton is going to be here in South Central assuming a familiar position: puckering up to kiss black booty.
On Sunday he is scheduled to visit black churches in South Central Los Angeles, where he's expected to offer a mea culpa to those who "dearly loved him" when he was their president, Rep. Diane Watson (D-Calif.) says.I'll keep my eyes peeled. Somebody watch my six.
Watson, a member of the Congressional Black Caucus who has endorsed Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.), tells us she'll usher the former president to more than half a dozen churches in her district where she says he needs to "renew his relationship" with congregants who were turned off by his racially tinged comments in the days leading up to and following the South Carolina primary.
I know that the former president won't be at my church for two reasons: it doesn't have a predominately black congregation and it correctly doesn't concern itself with politics. (And could MSM types stop calling churches with predominantly black congregations "black churches"--as if no one of other races is allowed membership or as if all such churches are preaching "blackness?")
Looking at Rep. Watson's district--in which I do not reside--I'd bet my own unkissed backside that one of the churches to be visited is this one--a church that has many successful black entertainers in the congregation. That means the former president will be near the money, honey.
(Thanks to Hot Air)