The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for February 27, 2000
Reporter on TV: So as we continue our look at the Alan Keyes campaign, we return to New Hampshire, where we asked Republicans to give their impressions of the man... Woman: Well, I thought he was great. I'm very pro-life, and I just think he had so many wonderful ideas. Reporter: Really? Did you vote for him? Woman: Vote for Keyes?! Oh my goodness, no! I mean, I liked him and everything, but I'm a Republican! And he's... well... you know!! Man 1: Alan Keyes? Fine man. Good conservative views. Wish we had more like him. Pro-military, pro-guns, that's what I look for in a president. Reporter: Hmmm. Interesting. Did you vote for him? Man 1: No!!! Oh no ma'am. Fine man, I'm sure, but... how would I explain that to my grandkids? Man 2: Keyes? Hey, he's against affirmative action, and so am I. I'm tired of these quotas for blacks! I applaud him! Definitely! Reporter: I see... so did you vote for him? Man 2: Yeah right, lady... and plaid monkeys might fly out of my derriere and break-dance! What are you, new to politics?! Reporter: That's all from New Hampshire. Back to you, Bob. Man 2: This is the Republican party, not the Urban League...
Libs blame everything on race