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RUSH: This morning on MSNBC, the guest is the chair of the board of directors of the NAALCP, Roslyn Brock, and the cohost F. Chuck Todd: ‘Is your group just a civil rights organization for African-Americans, or do you believe that Hispanics and other immigrants are part of the umbrella, the NAACP?’

BROCK: The NAACP is not just a civil rights organization.

RUSH: Bingo.

BROCK: It is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization in this nation charged with the responsibility to ensure equal opportunity and access for all Americans.

RUSH: Hmm.

BROCK: And when we speak about people of color, we’re really speaking to the issues of Americans who feel that they’ve been locked out of a prosperous society.

RUSH: Bingo!

BROCK: We are a multicultural, multiracial organization, and we are intending, or want to as we enter the first year of our second centennial to cast a broader net to welcome all Americans who are interested in fairness and dignity and equal opportunity for all to come and join us.

RUSH: I wonder if they would accept my membership if I wanted to join? This, ladies and gentlemen, is just another faction of liberalism. That’s why I put the L in there, the National Association for the Advancement of Liberal Colored People, because just like the NAGs, it’s not really about feminism, it’s about liberalism. This babe finally let the cat out of the bag, and in so doing confirmed that I’ve been right all these years, which is a perfect way to end this segment.

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