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Black and Hispanic Christians Will Put Romney Ahead!

Libertarian pragmatist Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 9:58 AM
Reverend Jackson may wish it so, but polls don't prevaricate. Blacks will be monolithically for Dear Leader as well as about 2/3 of Hispanics.
McD2004 Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 11:21 AM
Perhaps, but the numbers are drastically reduced from the 2008 numbers. There won't be 95% of the Black community voting for Obama this time. It'll be more like 80% but that's 20% fewer for Obama and maybe 15% more for Romney. I believe pastors like the good Bishop Jackson are trying to encourage their flocks to vote instead of sitting it out, and that Romney is a valid choice for Protestants.

After much deliberation, I have decided to vote for Mitt Romney. My reasoning is based upon both economics and moral principles. I am thankful for the ground-breaking achievement our nation experienced by electing our first black president. Collectively, we are a creating a post racial America. If we are serious about delivering our nation from her original sin of “racism,” we will have to hold President Obama accountable for his abandonment of foundational moral values and his failed economic policies. We cannot accept his blame-game excuses as the reason for our increasing national woes.

If a white politician had allowed...