Stacey Dash has never been one to bite her tongue in regards to her political views. In 2012, she publicly stated her support for Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and on numerous occasions has expressed her disappointment in President Obama’s policies.
In her latest anti-Obama banter, the South Bronx-native Dash chatted with Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity on her dismay with current Obama Administration decisions regarding the school system, as well as plugging her new autobiography, Not Black Enough.
On her stance re: the Obama Administration’s decision to sue Louisiana over its school voucher system:
I’m not saying public schools are bad, I’m not saying that the failing schools in Louisiana can’t improve over time, but these kids that Gov. Jindal [is] trying to help don’t have the time to wait,” she continued. “This is not theoretical, this is not political. This is not even partisan. This is from my own experience, and that’s why I am so passionate about it…When you’ve got education, you’ve got knowledge and power and confidence to go out in the world.
On regretting voting for Barack Obama in 2008:
I didn’t know anything about (Obama) when I voted for him in 2008. My choice to do so was purely because he was black. Naively, I thought he would be the right person for the job but unfortunately it didn’t turn out that way.
Press play up top to watch the entire vid. What do you think of Stacey’s stance?