In this election David Cameron effectively played the race card
, setting out to make Carlisle people nervous of the threat from the North.
The ANC has played the race card
heavily in attacking the DA and Zille, who is white, saying it is the party of apartheid.
T'S no surprise David Cameron played the race card
Rick Davis, who is McCain's campaign manager, said: `Barack Obama has played the race card
, and he played it from the bottom of the deck.
I think they played the race card
on me," he told a Philadelphia radio station last week.
Mann told reporters, "I never, ever played the race card
During the 1990s, former Illinois Congressman Mel Reynolds played the race card
when he was indicted, tried and convicted of sexual-assault charges.
TORY leader Michael Howard last night played the race card
by warning that immigration would be at the heart of his party's election campaign.
In response, Clinton and company played the race card
, suggesting that Republicans were bigots for pointing out that the Democrats had been unusually chummy with various Asian-American communities and Asian business interests in the 1996 election cycle.
Passing sentence on Donalds, Judge Coates said: "I find that you have dishonestly played the race card
in your own defence in the hope that it will mitigate the inevitable prison sentence.
But Chancellor Gordon Brown denied Labour had played the race card
Who spent his life opposing a regime which played the race card
to keep a people in chains?
com) immediately questioned why Gumbel, who is black, had played the race card
The agricultural sector in Zimbabwe, which typically kicks off surplus food, was decimated when President Robert Mugabe, facing a difficult election, played the race card
and redistributed white-owned farms to blacks.
But there has been a small band of people in Ireland who have played the race card