- n. A person who engages in race baiting
“Ehrlich says "we have to be unafraid" on the race issue and he is "not going to put up with" being accused of being a race-baiter.”
“And SLC — you can suck my hairy balls, you pathetic race-baiter.”
“Senator Lehey is a race-baiter, appealing to the lowest common denominator.”
“Because he is a race-baiter just like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.”
“When Ronald Reagan, a race-baiter if there ever was one, died, Bob Herbert wrote not one negative thing about him at the Times.”
“In Arizona meanwhile, the state assembly, inspired by long time race-baiter Russell Pearce - a man who approvingly cites neo-nazi and white supremacists in his fundraising materials - has literally started howling at the moon.”
“And it's why when CPAC chose as its keynote speaker the race-baiter Glenn Beck, who claimed Obama has "a deep-seated hatred for white people.”
“Oh, and African-American race-baiter Bobby Rush is back defending Burris.”
“Paul Krugman wrote in the New York Times about “the inability of many alleged progressives to see that the news media created the narrative of Hillary Clinton as race-baiter in much the same way that… they created the narrative of Al Gore as congenital liar—by assembling a montage of quotes taken out of context and willfully misinterpreted.””
“Clearly, with support for a race-baiter and instigator who would not only throw black folks under the bus but her own party to win, Gov.”
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