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5 Reasons There Are So Few Black Americans In The Republican Party

fortruth47 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 9:10 AM
Neither party is willing to speak the truth. 7 out of 10 born in fatherless homes. Money can't fix that problem. Government programs have contributed to the problem by rewarding fatherless homes. Its also a growing problem for other races . There are a few who can beat the odds of fatherless homes but the majority cannot. Stats are clear fatherless homes create the greatest poverty and failure of life.
Dean197 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 9:59 AM
Can we at least reform the programs so that a woman who is married to the father of her children is not handicapped when seeking public assistance? In the long run, an intact family is more likely to get off welfare and to raise children who won't be on welfare. Fathers are important, but they've been made a drawback to the poorest families. And while we're at it, maybe we can incentivize social workers to get their clients employed, and allow partial assistance to make up low wages if they would make more money by staying jobless. Getting a job, ANY job is something that shouldn't make you poorer if we want to break the cycle of dependence. A social program as a way of life: no. As a step up: better than what we've got now. Social...

How is it that the party of Lincoln, a party that led the way in opposing slavery, Jim Crow laws, lynching, the KKK, poll taxes, led the way on integration and voting rights for black Americans, and percentage wise, voted for the 1964 Civil Rights Act in greater numbers than Democrats is now only getting about 10% of the black vote? Democrats say racism, but any objective observer would quickly discard that explanation given the significant number of popular black Republicans. If even a large percentage of Republicans were racist, certainly Allen West, Herman Cain, Clarence...