Malkin (an apologist for GOP racism) wants her more gullible readers (i.e. Republicans) to believe that Democrats buy the black vote, and points to campaign spending by Democrat Jon Corzine as evidence for her conspiracy theory.
Yes, I know, that's hysterical. With only 2% of African-Americans -- plus-or-minus 3.5% -- who approve of George W. Bush, Democrats don't really have to.
However, despite whatever amount that Corzine has allegedly been spending on black churches, it pales in comparison to the amount the Bush Junta and the GOP-controlled Congress has lavished on black evangelicals:
...Bush officials will continue to ladle out millions through their faith-based programs to a handpicked core of top black church leaders. They've already announced a series of conferences that will be held in various cities starting in February to show black church leaders and community groups how to grab more of the faith initiative money. That will be more than enough to assure the active allegiance – or at minimum, the silence – of some black church leaders on those Bush domestic policies that wreak havoc on poor black communities.
So tell us again, Michelle: Who
is buying the black vote?