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February 3, 2014

She's Young, African American, Female and ... Republican!

Topics: Political News and commentaries

And RNC rising star honoree Chelsi P. Henry makes it perfectly clear - she didn't become a black Republican ... she's always been one.

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Chelsi writes:

[...] My mother gave birth to me when she was 16 years old, and we received government assistance during the first few years of my life. When I was growing up, she taught me the importance of making a budget and living by it. In our home I learned the importance of having a plan and delaying gratification for the things I wanted or thought I deserved. It meant generic brands instead of name brands and buying what I needed, rather than what I may have wanted. It meant living more conservatively.

Although she had me at a young age and knew there would be struggles ahead, my mother chose life. For that I am forever grateful to her.

Given my background, I may be what some would view as an unlikely Republican. But I firmly believe in the ability of conservative principles and values to empower people to live better lives.

Read more here ...

Chelsi isn't the only African American that's speaking out against the Democrats agenda and whose beliefs run counter to the liberal progressives politicians' narrative and that of race hustlers like Sharpton and Jackson, and their shills in the mainstream media.

As more and more African American conservatives speak out and African American voters become better informed voters, look to see the Democrat lock on the black vote begin to diminish. Yes, it's an uphill struggle, but by no means insurmountable.

Posted by Hyscience at February 3, 2014 7:07 PM



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