“Not All Cultures Are Equal:” Presente.org Asks Us All to Go Vote

This new video from Presente.org explains who exactly is voting on November 2nd:

The video quotes Glenn Beck saying that Obama “has a deep seated hatred for white people;” Rush Limbaugh saying his Barack the Magic Negro joke was “funny” and “brilliant;” Fox Business anchor John Stossel arguing that private businesses “should be allowed to discriminate;” Alabama gubernatorial hopeful Tim James leading off his ad with the line “This is Alabama, we speak English;” Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann railing against the idea of “multicultural diversity” by saying “it sounds good in theory,” but “not all cultures are equal.”

Presente notes “They have a vision for America that doesn’t include of all of us.”

It’s an important thing to remember.

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