Rep. Jesse Jackson (D-Ill.) wants House to condemn Rick Perry: C-SPAN video

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WASHINGTON–Republican votes on Thursday blocked a bid by Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) to condemn GOP White House hopeful Rick Perry because a racial slur was painted on a rock near the family hunting camp.

The C-Span video of Jackson on the House floor this morning is HERE.

Text of the Jackson resolution is HEREJACKJE_032_xml.pdf

The Washington Post scoop on the racial slur at the West Texas ranch is HERE

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