Bill Cosby is playing the race card
in the rape and sex abuse allegations against him.
Perhaps Mr Arnott and Ukip should launch a campaign against employers paying below the minimum wage rather than playing the race card
and blaming immigrants.
and said that in honour of King and all those who are committed to ending racial divide, there should be no more playing the race card
, Politico reported.
Playing the race card
, they totally ignored the fact that this route also went through the predominantly white area of Hall Green/Shirley.
But, as well as the perceived lack of progress in tackling abuse, some players are frustrated at the lack of a climate within which they can report taunts without being accused of playing the race card
In both countries there would appear to be an ethnic identity voting pattern, this is currently expressing itself in America by the opposition to President Obama, on the grounds that some of the redneck electorate are playing the race card
, and saying that it is not right to have a Black man in the White House.
A CITY councillor has been accused of playing the race card
after he compared plans to close a primary to make way for a Welsh-medium school as a form of "ethnic cleansing".
This notion that somehow I was playing the race card
In an agreed statement Mr Scott said: "I am happy to make clear that my letter was never intended to accuse Mr Malik of orchestrating gangs of thugs or playing the race card
For this, Clinton, designated by Toni Morrison as "our first black president," was charged with playing the race card
BERNARD HOPKINS has once again risked playing the race card
ahead of Saturday night's showdown with Joe Calzaghe by insisting the Welshman is only regarded as great because he is white.
Even before the polls closed in South Carolina on Saturday, the former President was diminishing Barack Obama's victory and trying to boost his wife in the next primaries by playing the race card
Most British people rightly detest bigotry, but we dislike idiots playing the race card
to cover up their own inadequacies just as much.
Now you could understand if McNabb is a bit confused that a would-be NAACP leader is playing the race card
in criticizing him.
For that deputy to accuse the victim of racism of playing the race card
, which the victim doesn't hold and therefore cannot play, is what I have come to expect from those, such as Bushes, who hold the power.