In response to:

CBS Contributor: White People Don't Like Abortion Because They Want to "Build Up the Race"

mergotroid Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 5:17 PM
Republicans are now saying "But this is nowhere near the enthusiasm and support that Obama got in 2008." But I believe it is much more significant that he has won now. People are no longer starry eyed. They no longer believe in miracles. They know times are hard, the country has many challenges, issues are complex and difficult, there is no one shining path. NEVERTHELESS they supported the man who has slogged through the trenches, who has tried his very best, who is a man of compassion and character. I truly think this vote reflects great courage and resolve on the part of the American people.
Kristine45 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 5:40 PM
Yeah, he slogged through the trenches while passing over the Golf Course 152 times. His wife stood by him as she took 14 vacations on your tax payer dollars (and oh yeah, she took all her friends with her) Yeah the Obama's had a hard time the last four years. I really empathize with them.
JackieDEE Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 5:37 PM
Yes and completely ignored the facts and believed lies. Nothing has improved things have gotten worse under his leadership.
hfragoso Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 5:21 PM
You are stupid...did you know Romney won in EVERY state that has voter ID laws.....what you wrote just proves you are still "starry eyed"

CBS News contributor Nancy Giles believes that white people don't like abortion because they are trying to "build up the race." Listen to what she said over the weekend on MSNBC when discussing 2012 election voting demographics (I'm not even going to get into MSNBC host Melissa-Harris Perry's "demise of the white man comments"):

"It's been weird to watch white people report on this."

"You know when you just showed that graph of the decline in the numbers," she continued, "I thought, 'Maybe that's why they're trying to eliminate all these abortions and stuff. They're...