June 15, 2011


From today's News Journal:

In Wilmington, black leaders have complained the Senate district boundaries have drawn potential Democratic candidates into the 2nd District, which is currently represented by the Senate's only black member, Sen. Margaret Rose Henry.

[Jea] Street, a New Castle County councilman, said the Senate plan would "force unnecessary primaries" and keep the upper chamber constrained to having one black senator, as has been the case the past four decades.

To which Delaware's own racial huckster (Street) replies:

"From this, one could conclude that racial gerrymandering has occurred, whether intentional or unintentional."

Street complains about this while his "solution" to the "dilemma" is ... racial gerrymandering. Who'da thought, right?

Street is nothing but predictable, that's for sure.

Posted by Hube at June 15, 2011 09:27 AM | TrackBack

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