Tony Perkins: Minority Community "Extremely Disappointed" With President Obama
Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council joined Tim Wildmon of the American Family Association on today's broadcast of AFA's "Today's Issues" during which he asserted that minority voters, especially African American voters, supported Barack Obama for President because it was a historic opportunity but are now expressing disappointment and remorse in having voted for him, and won't do so again in 2012.
Perkins also claims that many people supported Obama because John McCain failed to make a clear contrast between the two candidates and reveals that he is working "very closely" with McCain "right now on the Don't Ask, Don't Tell issue":
Update: I guess the fact that Perkins has been working so closely with McCain on DADT explains why McCain is a guest on Perkins' "Washington Watch Weekly" radio program discussing this issue.
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