Democrats are really biting the left, and right, side of the bullet going into the November elections. While their ridiculous behavior is something to laugh at their ad campaigns are downright despicable. Take Minnesota’s prospects for example. One Dems used a racist slur in his campaign to ‘get votes’ – no kidding. His reasoning is just as far-fetched as the idea that this tactic will get him votes.
Kyle Greene, an organic farmer running for a state House seat in Minnesota, used a racial slur in a campaign ad released earlier this month.
“I want to be your state representative, I want to be your public servant and I want to be your N-word,” Greene said in a video posted on his campaign website and Facebook page.
Greene told the Star Tribune that he decided to use the word because he wants to encourage people to focus on “the real issues at hand.” Greene, candidacy has not been endorsed by any party or major organization isn’t likely to win any brownie points for his outrageous ad.
“We need to unify as a society, and we need to stop dealing with trivial matters,” Greene said. “The word … is part of the American history, regardless of the race. … It’s part of my history being African-American, white and Cherokee Indian.”
While we aren’t comfortable sharing the raw video you can watch an uncensored version here.
Greene says on his site that he’ll fight for peoples rights:
“ELECTED representative’s DUTY is to protect the rights and privileges of their constituents from all government encroachment. This isn’t happening. “We the people” means that if your elected officials are not doing the job they’re elected to do, YOU have the power to vote them out and elect the official who WILL fight for the people. This is where Kyle Greene comes in.
In District 18A the judiciary has allowed perjury, double jeopardy, prosecutorial misconduct, bribery, etc., to go unpunished when used against citizens who are not part of the “good ol’ boys” network. This is not new. Too many people in district 18A have fallen victim to the abuse and misconduct of the people who work FOR THE PEOPLE.”