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Five Decades of Lies Help Dems Create Monolithic Black Vote

carole28 Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 12:38 PM
Sean Hannity had a terrific program on the other night, Monday, I think, with a black live audience of successful individuals, including Dr. Carson. The primary thing I came away with from watching and listening is that the true information about history and current events is not getting out to the black communities. This is the fault of the Republicans, black and white, because all the info here from Elder should be publicized everywhere and often and people need to go neighborhoods and talk with people honestly and listen to them. The other thing I took away from this show is the fact that black dems on black conservative racism is alive and flourishing, and I admire the courage of these individuals in speaking out as they did.
carole28 Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 12:42 PM
The show was well worth watching, and Hannity asked the audience to come back again to continue the discussion. People of all races, but especially blacks, should be listening to and talking about Elder, Sowell, Williams, Parker, and other fine individuals who tell it like it REALLY is. The biggest problem is that the Repubs don't seem to have a clue about making sure the message is spread.
As recently as 1956, nearly 39 percent of blacks voted Republican in that year's presidential election. After the Civil War, Abe Lincoln's Republican Party easily carried the black vote -- where blacks were allowed to vote. Unwelcome in the Democratic Party, most blacks voted Republican and continued to do so through the early part of the 20th century. It wasn't until 1948, when 77 percent of the black vote went to Harry Truman, who had desegregated the military, that a majority of blacks identified themselves as Democrats.

Yet, as a percentage of the party, more Republicans voted for the passage of...