Dear fellow tax hikers, while reviewing campaign finance reports we discovered that State Representative Connie Pillich has accepted a second campaign contribution from a known racist. Earlier this year we reported that Rep. Pillich took $1000 on March 13, 2012 from racist State Representative Bob Hagan. We have since discovered that Connie took another $500 from the racist on January 24, 2012.
Hagan revealed his racist beliefs during a facebook debate when he referred to a black man as "buckwheat" because this gentleman had the nerve to disagree with the State Rep. Isn't a black man supposed to know that he is to never argue with his white Democrat superiors? At least that's how Hagan sees it.
Proving that this wasn't a misstatement, when Hagan was given the opportunity to apologize he refused and resorted to uttering more profane statements. It's very simple - if someone slips up and makes a racial slur he/she feels doesn't represent his/her true beliefs, that person will quickly apologize for his/her offensive remark. If they don't, it means they feel the remark was appropriate. Hagan strongly believes it is ok to use racial slurs to disparage a black man who disagrees with him.
Connie Pillich herself does not have a problem with racial slurs. If she did, she would return the $1500 she has collected from racist State Representative Hagan. As it stands today, Connie is happily taking large campaign donations from a man who made a racial slur and refused to apologize for it. That's our Connie Pillich. We mean to say, that's our white woman Connie Pillich!