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Are Black and White Conservatives Racist ?

lyster Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 2:55 PM
Being a "racist" once meant that the person believed that a race of people is inherently superior or inferior to other races, or that the person harbored hatred for a given race. My observation is that the number of persons who are "racist" using this traditional definition of the term has declined substantially. I would like to propose a newer definition of the term. A "racist" is someone who is obsessed with race. A "racist" is someone who sees race in every situation. A "racist" is someone who always has a person's race at the forefront of their thoughts.
Topeka Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 11:54 AM
1. There were never that many racists. The KKK only won over 3% of the population. About the same number Hitler won over in Germany.

2. But they held extraordinary power - far from being the rubes of To Kill a Mockingbird - they believed Evolution and Nature gave them the Right and Noble Obligation to rule over the black - and don't forget they lynched over a 1000 whites for disagreeing with them.

3. And they ruled by Terror.

4. So it is no surprise THEY are "Tolerant" and WE are "Racist" - it is the Big Lie of our time.

5. Racist = Anyone who defends freedom, justice, fairness, tolerance, health, safety, love, charity, education, science or faith.
Well the Congressional Black Caucus is having their annual legislative week in Washington DC this week opining about their favorite subject "racism". They can't seem to stop reminding their audience that President Obama and his Democratic machine continues to champion their causes and if Romney is elected, we will return to the days of the great plantations. They have taken Romney's video comments about the 47% and are creating a new political industry and campaign. However, the President's record on crime, closing the education gap, reducing unprecedented poverty in minority communities, and creating an entrepreneur class during his tenure has taken...