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To Appeal to Black Voters, GOP Must Run Gauntlet of Racism Accusations

jgoebel Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 12:19 PM
I hope Republicans don't start pandering to Blacks or Latinos for that matter, to get their vote. I'd feel better about my party if we just stand firm on our principles of fairness and proper ways to immigrate. We might take some losses for a while, but in time the liberals should become victims of their own failure.
DonMann Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 4:22 PM
J, I think that it maybe too late as the GOP RINO like Rove, the Bush's, McCain, Graham, M. Rubio and his mentor Mel Martinez are drafting an amnesty to go after the latino vote. They are the ones who advised Romney to quiet his immigration stance during the campaign. The hispanic are 14% of the U.S. population, and that includes their illegal family members. Why are these fools wanting to pander and give away our sovereign way of life to a 3rd world group of invaders? Just look to California for the la raza model that's menacing the State.. Look at the la raza supporters that support the re-conquista of the Southwest and anything that comes with it. Look to Mexico and those other beacons of prosperity to he south of us for our future..
tibby2 Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 1:12 PM
There are those whose principles can be bought for "30 pieces of silver". We have the best electorate money can buy.

If the GOP wants to win more black votes, it will need to get a lot more "racist."

The scare quotes are necessary because I don't think the Republican Party is racist now (and, historically, the GOP has a lot less to answer for than the Democratic Party does).

But that hasn't stopped a lot of people from slandering Republicans as racist for one reason or another.

Right now, many in Washington -- particularly the leadership of the Congressional Black Caucus -- insist that Republican attacks on U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice are racist and, yawn, sexist. The basis...