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How the GOP Can Build An Effective Relationship With The Black Community

DwightMann Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 7:48 AM
Martin Luther King was a Republican. Most Blacks are very conservative. Black families have always been very stable until the era of entitlements, and illegal drugs. Now black families are like the mafia familias. The dad is in jail and Mom is raising kids in on money from the Godfather government. . . These are the real facts!
Louie13 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 3:00 PM
Except for one thing Dwight, Martin Luther King was a Republican, but he was also Marxist, a member of the Communist Party.
Bruce2142 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 10:18 AM
Good point, DwightMann! I love how the race hustlers on the left always invoke his name as supporting their strategies rather than the conservative values that he fought for. Apparently, these morons don't do their homework, either. I seem to recall an interview with one of the Southern Black representatives, unfortunately, I can't remember who, but after the interviewer pointed out that Dr. King was a staunch Republican, the rep argued that he wasn't!

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