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What Went Wrong Last Tuesday

AskGermaine Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 7:10 AM
You are correct tibby. Republicans will never ever ever EVER win over enough minorities. The why's are simple: you are a party of bigots or have been long enough so that you will NEVER LOSE THE STAIN
SteveL2 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 6:08 PM
There were no such limits, Paul3686.

There were no immigration quotas in America at all until the mid 19th century.

The first immigration quotas were instituted in the 19th century, when American workers started fearing competition from Chinese immigrants.
jimmylynn Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 8:22 AM
"Bigot" is a label slapped on Republicans by liberals and has no legsa to stand on. When you listen to the bigotry expressed by liberals, even in the liberal MSM, which is largely ignored, no one can take you seriously.....except other extreme liberals.
YKL Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 7:58 AM
Which party supported civil right legislation? Definitely not the Democrats. Now through hand out programs they once again try to enslave a populace to believe they are not capable to care for themselves...the slave mentality hurts capable people. Have done any true research on your own?
ReddestNeck Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 7:41 AM
This is true, they do. The party of the KKK won them over with a mess of pottage when bullying wasn't getting them much progress.
Paul3686 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 7:34 AM
At the beginning of this nation, there was limits as to how many immigrants could come to the USA. They had requirements to become citizens. They had to live here a minimum number of years, take a citizenship test and learn to speak our English language.

Congress opened the gates and we now have more citizens who refuse to speak English.
Kepha Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 7:25 AM
Ah yes. The blacks and Latinos of this land habitually vote for the party of the Ku Klux Klan--the party which now treats Margaret Sanger's word as Gospel, when Sanger's big idea was to push birth control as a way of keeping down the numbers of "inferior folk" (and she didn't mean flyover country whites when she said that).

Disbelief is the word that defines the Republican state of mind in the wake of the 2012 re-election of President Barack Obama.

The obvious questions are: “How can Americans have re-elected a president who has presided over an economy where unemployment still hovers at 8 percent ?”

And, “How can Americans have re-elected a president who still doesn’t grasp that his big government policies are what have blocked our economic recovery?”

The Republican Party needs to take responsibility for this disaster.

Nothing in the outcome of this election is a surprise. The realities which produced these election results have...