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Republicans and Blacks

Jay520 Wrote: Mar 25, 2014 4:03 PM
The larger problem is that Blacks buy into the theory that Whites are racists and that Black problems derive directly from White racism. Neither is true. American Whites are not racist and "racism" - whatever that is - doesn't keep people down in America. It doesn't keep the Asians down. It doesn't keep the Jews down. It doesn't keep the East Indians down. So long as Blacks are looking primarily for a scapegoat and are afraid to identify and confront the real problems that keep their committees in poverty, they will be Democrats, because Democrats are willing to lie to them. I'd like to see a panel of a dozen prominent Black Republicans get together and make a pitch to African Americans, people like Alan West, Dr. Sowell, Dr.Carson, Condi Rice, Ms. Love (can't remember her first name), and so forth. There are plenty of conservative Black Americans. Put them front and center.
Is the British series "The Men Who Killed Kennedy" the same as The History Channel production with the same name? How strong is the evidence for LBJ's other supposed murders? Its easy to accuse someone after they're dead.
I don't understand why incest should be an exception to an abortion restriction. So someone marries his or her cousin and they get pregnant. So what? If by "incest" one is referring to a man having intercourse with his underage daughter, that's rape.
If anything, she owes me reparations.
These people think - or are trying to perpetuate the myth - that the United States was responsible for slavery. Their revisionism ignores that the white people of the United States fought the war to free the slaves from the trouble their Kenyan and Nigerian ancestors sold them into through their friends, the Europeans. Sheila "Jackson Lee" is more descended from slave owners than I or 99% of other white Americans are.
The logic doesn't really follow, Ann. You're going to have to produce more and better argument to support your thesis of "right wing mobs." Just because a group doesn't appreciate Mitch doesn't mean it's mob. Ann ought to reserve her condemnations for the Democrats. They don't fit anyone else.
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Why Pro-Amnesty Republicans Lost

Jay520 Wrote: Mar 07, 2014 1:36 PM
I still don't get from the article why it failed, but the bigger point is, why would Republicans pass immigration reform when Democrats and Obama are going to get credit for it? Wait until there is a Republican president and then pass reform. If they won't elect republicans, then they don't get reform.
There's no problem with Christian conservatives and libertarians getting along. That's a false pill inserted in the story calculated to cause dissension among agreeing philosophies. Ron Paul and Rand Paul are pro-life and so are most thoughtful libertarians. The real problem is with Libertarians and Christian conservatives and RINOS getting along.
Totally unintelligible. What is he talking about?
Nothing new here.
They aren't going to be working so cheap once you legalize them, bonehead.
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