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Most Americans Don't See Color': Beck Explains Why Spike Lee Is Wrong About Mitt Romney


Vote based on character, not skin color or creed.

On Wednesday evening, Glenn Beck discussed controversial film director Spike Lee's recent declaration in "Vulture Magazine" (the title is not a joke) that African Americans won't vote for Mitt Romney because he is too white, and is a Mormon.

Whether Americans re-elect a black man or elect a Mormon for the first time in history, Beck asked if either scenario is really all that historic, given that Americans no longer see color, race or creed -- at least they shouldn't in today's day and age.

A president vote, according to Beck, should be based on the person's "character" and ability, not the color of his skin.


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