How long would it take before the Congressional Black Caucus and the Rev. Jesse Jackson call him “racist”?
In 1994, President Bill Clinton sent 20,000 troops to Haiti, restoring to power that country’s first democratically elected president. Ten years later, when violence threatened to further destabilize Haiti, the Congressional Black Caucus again argued for American military intervention. President George W. Bush refused. He properly understood that a commander in chief should put the military in harm’s way for one reason only — to protect, defend and advance national security.
Black detractors called Bush racist…