Santorum Denies Calling Obama the N-Word

Sounds like Rickie’s true colors are showing…

The Republicans usually only say things like this in private…

This little slip up is pretty obvious if you click through to the link on RawStory.com and play the video at the bottom….

 

The Internet was buzzing on Friday morning that Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum may have almost dropped the n-bomb on President Barack Obama.

Speaking to a group of voters in Janesville, Wisconsin on Wednesday, the candidate seemed to catch himself before using a word that sounds like “n*gger” to describe the president. (The original video of the speech is available here. The remarks in question take place at about 34:50.)

“We know the candidate Barack Obama, what he was like – the anti-war government nig… America was a source for division around the world, that what we were doing was wrong,” Santorum said.

“Oh, come on!” Santorum spokesman Hogan Gidley told Raw Story when asked for comment. “Give me a break. That’s unbelievable. What does it say about those that are running with this story that that’s where their mind goes. You know, I’m not going to dignify that with [a response].”

“That is absolutely ridiculous.”

In January, the former Pennsylvania senator was caught on video telling a crowd in Iowa that he didn’t “want to make black people’s lives better by giving them other people’s money.”

via Santorum denies calling Obama the n-word | The Raw Story.

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One response to “Santorum Denies Calling Obama the N-Word

  1. So, “blah people” has evolved into “nigs.” This guy is full of santorum.

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