The Campaign For DA

7.22.2016

Intern Wars


18 comments:

Anonymous said...

I see more salt and pepper in the one on the right? why is that?

Andy Stevenson said...

Hitler youth.

Bear said...

That is a result of 90% of Blacks voting Democrat. They won't even serve on the Republican side as interns.

Anonymous said...

Rich white leftist like Barry do not have a dream that one day we will be judged by the content of our character.

Anonymous said...

Ryan's picture is both republican and democratic interns. But, who cares. Just keep lying.

Anonymous said...

Because it is bad to be a caucasoid?

wordkyle said...

919 got it right. Conservative blacks have a high probability of being drawn and quartered by their outraged Democrat friends and family. Look at the vile names black Democrats call prominent black Republicans. And that's just what happens in public.

Denney Crane said...

I don't think the big difference is color, I think it's a matter of values. One group promotes and supports an entitled socialist democracy and the other does not. It's very difficult to regularly recieve a check from the government and not side with the group who wants to "take care of you". That goes for both parties.

Anonymous said...

Barry just wanted to be one of the cool kids and now he's going to end up supporting Hillary. Damn you Frankfurt School!!!!

Anonymous said...



Paul Ryan's photograph was actually taken at an event for the 2016 Congressional Summer Intern Lecture Series, which is open to interns from both parties. While some speakers and events likely drew a greater share of Republican (or Democratic) interns than others, it's not accurate to classify this photograph as an image specifically showing all (or only) Republican interns.

RJ Khalaf, an intern for Congressman André Carson (D-Ind.), said that the photograph is more indicative of the lack of diversity on Capitol Hill as a whole rather than among one party or the other:


Khalaf says that Ryan’s speech had a limited capacity, so interns were randomly selected to attend in a lottery. The interns in the picture work for congresspeople of both parties, he says.

“I don’t think this necessarily reflects poorly on Paul Ryan,” says Khalaf. “Sure, it shows his privilege and inability to see the lack of diversity. However, it’s a better representation of the fact that so many interns on the Hill are not people of color.”

Khalaf elaborated on this point in an interview with South Bend television station WSJV:


RJ Khalaf, an intern under Indiana Representative Andre Carson from Washington, says Ryan's speech was part of the Congressional Summer Intern Lecture Series, and adds the picture has both Democratic and Republican interns in attendance. However, Ryan shouldn't be the one everyone is pointing the finger at. Khalaf says, "People of color just don't have access to these high level internships like internships on the hill. This is a by-product of our society. This is what we as a society have to do to make an inclusive society for all. The hill is super white, and that's just something we have to address."

Information pertaining to the demographics of Capitol Hill interns is not readily available (we have reached out for more information), and efforts have been made to add diversity to the internship program. Democratic congresswoman Alma Adams, who co-sponsored a bill to improve diversity in workplaces like Capitol Hill, said that Ryan's photograph was proof that more had to be done:


Anonymous said...

We as a country need to become color blind. IMO I feel the blacks are worse than any group at seeing color or lack of in everything they do. They count the number of blacks in photos, the number of head coaches that are black, the reason he was shot was because he was black, and so on and so on. If there ever is a disproportionate number of blacks then the black community scream discrimination. You don't hear this from Asian's, Hispanic's or any other race.

Anonymous said...

9:19 --

That's because BG has no character! He's a lawyer, for God's sakes!

Anonymous said...

Who said anything about "blacks"?

Cheryl T. said...

Here's an idea....have enough self worth to work your butt off, get a degree and EARN a spot in the front instead of being strategically PLACED there for a picture! This is something ANYONE can do!

Anonymous said...

How many people of color does Barry employ?

Anonymous said...

The group on the right is half of Bill Clinton's dating pool.

Anonymous said...

Ok. So your photo comparison demonstrates the overt racism of the Democratic Party against whites. Otherwise, your point is?

Anonymous said...

Why did they put all the black faces in front of the dem intern photo? Looks like a lot of white people further on back