Stephen Colbert to the rescue, helps Santorum with his “blah/black people” Problem

January 10, 2012
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On January 1st, Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum said in regards to food stamps, “I do not want to make black people’s lives better by giving them sombeody else’s money, I want to give them the opportunity to go out and earn the money.”

Four days laterSantorum said to Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly: “I didn’t say black people, I said blah people.” Well, the ultra-Conservative is having a difficult time backpedaling so Stephen Colbert as always, offers his help:
 

Now that that’s settled, Rick can move on to more significant matters, such as his daily outrage against the gay community to help deprive them of their rights.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Matthew-J-Bailey/1055197089 Matthew J Bailey

    “Blah” people? That’s the best he can do? If I were a black person I would more upset at the lame covers story than the original slight. And if I were a blah person, well, don’t even get me started.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Matthew-J-Bailey/1055197089 Matthew J Bailey

    “Blah” people? That’s the best he can do? If I were a black person I would more upset at the lame covers story than the original slight. And if I were a blah person, well, don’t even get me started.

  • http://nowtweet.it/6if Cherri Dawson

    What we need to do is sit back and think about it.

  • Sandyjobob

    What are blah people? That has no meaning other than “Used to substitute for actual words in contexts where they are felt to be too tedious or lengthy to give in full.” Is this what he means?

  • Sandyjobob

    What are blah people? That has no meaning other than “Used to substitute for actual words in contexts where they are felt to be too tedious or lengthy to give in full.” Is this what he means?

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