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The Republican Hispanic Challenge

God_Of_War Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 8:11 PM
For most of my adult life I've supported efforts to bring America past issues of race. With the recent election of Osama, it is clear that both Hispanic and black voters have the most difficulty in getting past the color of someone's skin. Racism flourished in both the Hispanic and black communities. In light of my freedoms being destroyed because of this, I have now given up hope of America getting past the color of someone's skin. Thus, I am looking to spread support for republicans based on skin color....just like the democrats do. You can now fend for yourselves in a free country that mostly white voters gave you, at least what's left of a free country after you frikk**n blacks and Hispanics get done with it.
George257 Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 2:17 PM
Almost all blacks voted for obama. But he could not have been elected if whites also voted along racial lines. Ergo, blacks are more racist than whites. It's not rocket science.
Peter906 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 10:54 PM
God of War -- odd moniker you've adopted. I am not sure why you think Hispanics, blacks, and Asian Americans are voting by the color of Obama's skin: have you looked at the data which shows that Obama's percentages of these groups is not much higher than the usual Democratic percentages.
If you look at southern and (some) border state white men, they vote for the white candidate at slightly higher rates than usual -- though I suspect you see no racism there.
I think you need to look at the data.
I think also that your freedoms are not being *destroyed* -- which are destroyed?

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President Obama got re-elected by promising to continue to serve it up.

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