October 04, 2010

Charlie Hill at One Nation Rally

One Nation Rally Shows Many Faces

By Robin MartyComedian Charlie Hill warmed up the crowd with topical zingers from a Native American's perspective. "If you want to fix America," he said, ask the Indians, because "we've got the owner's manual. … The immigration problem started at Plymouth Rock and we've been fighting terrorism since 1492."

He also gave a shout-out to Dick Gregory, the 1960s comedian turned civil rights activist, who was seated near the stage, saying Gregory, 77, paved the way for the likes of Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock.
Comment:  For more on the subject, see Native Pastor at Beck Rally and Conservative Rallies = White Self-Pity.

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