Marion Barry: Filipino Nurses Got to Go

You just can’t keep a gold ole racist Black man down, especially when he’s propped up by a condescending culture of white progressive panderers. Apparently, Mister Marion Barry of Washington DC, murder capitol of the Western world, isn’t very quick on the political uptake when it comes to learning from previous big-mouthed blunders.  Or perhaps this backward bonehead just instinctively knows that in this divisive back-to-the-future Obama wasteland of ours, bigoted Black men are an important swatch of the Left-wing political patchwork.

In addressing the board members of the University of the District of Columbia, a basically Black public university, Barry castigated these educators for not churning out Black graduates to take all those ‘lucrative’ nursing jobs now being filled by ‘foreign’ Filipino women.

It’s so bad, that if you go to the hospital now, you find a number of immigrants who are nurses, particularly from the Philippines.  And no offense, but let’s grow our own teachers, let’s grow our own nurses — and so that we don’t have to be scrounging around in our community clinics and other kinds of places — having to hire people from somewhere else.   Washington Examiner

Mister Marion better hope he never needs to see the inside of one of those Filipino-infested hospitals, for I’m sure some of those foreign nursing ladies would be real keen to insert a few interesting items into some very intimate places.

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2 Responses to Marion Barry: Filipino Nurses Got to Go

  1. Perry Palmer says:

    This can’t be!!!! I thought only white people were racist.

    • Well, actually according to progressive dogma, you’re correct—only white people can be racist. The world is so so simple when folks are corralled into oppressor and oppressed categories. Mr. Barry, by virtue of being a black male apparently out ranks lowly Filipino women on the victim-hood scale.

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