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President Obama and Racial Division in America

itriedthemall Wrote: Nov 03, 2012 10:03 AM
Jack2894, You say that "Voter suppression efforts in a number of states have targeted minority populations." I am unaware of any voter suppression efforts. If you are referring to the efforts to require voter ID, you must know voter suppression is NOT a part of that. You can pretend to believe it is about voter suppression, but you are lying to yourself and others about it.
a Concerned American Wrote: Nov 03, 2012 11:03 AM
Actually, there IS voter suppression going on - by the Democrats, against military voters both here and overseas, as well as sending out phony letters to registered Republicans in Florida questioning their eligibility to vote. But there is ALSO voter fraud being perpetrated by the Democrats and their surrogates (ACORN, La Raza, New Black Panthers, AFL-CIO, SEIU, etc.), via registering dead people, repeat voters, fictitious cartoon characters, and clogging whole polling precincts with certain groups (notably Somali Muslims in Ohio) designed to totally cancel out the vote of patriotic Americans genuinely concerned about the direction of this country.

Before Barack Obama was elected as our 44th president, I issued a warning to my radio listeners: As much as I was eager to see a black man (and black family) in the White House, if he was the wrong man for the job, rather than bringing greater racial unity to America, he would bring greater racial strife.

I truly wish I had been wrong about this, but the facts speak for themselves. And clearly, this is not rocket science.

For the most part, a white, Hispanic, or Asian vote for Barack Obama in 2008 demonstrated that Americans were...