Extraído de la transcripción de un panel de debate de la Fox News entorno a la polémica desatada por los comentarios de Geraldine Ferraro.
(...) LIASSON: Yes. And in April 1988, our friends at "Politico" unearthed this quote, "'If Jesse Jackson were not black, he would not be in the race,' she said," as in she, Geraldine Ferraro. So she said this type of thing before.
The Clintons are also making another argument, not just that the Republicans will do this to him--they're saying that her voters, low-income whites and Hispanics, will not vote for him in a general election, and that's why she is the stronger nominee.
That is not a racist comment, that is just a racial argument.
FRED BARNES, EXECUTIVE EDITOR, "THE WEEKLY STANDARD": It is a racial argument. And when you see the exit polls, it looks like there is some truth to that. And a lot of these lower income whites were Reagan Democrats and will probably vote for McCain.
Look, does anybody think that Geraldine Ferraro is a racist? (...)