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Does GOP Need Solutions for Black Voters?

Michael2944 Wrote: Aug 30, 2013 10:13 AM
Typical lies and distortions by progressive/marxist. The Republicans have always pushed for individual responsibility rather than 'enabling' and buying votes by growing government. It is the Democrat Party that seeks to block the minorities from getting a good education by blocking the exit door of failing government schools - preventing Republican solutions of vouchers and charter schools from being enacted. The tripe about 'loss of manufacturing base' - how about the Republicans trying to downsize the monstrous size of government, the highest taxes on businesses, and growing burdensome regulations that make it more risky to have a business in the US. It is the Democrat policies that PUSH businesses to move off-shore. You want to bring manufacturing back to the US - get rid of Democrat policies. Most Southern Democrats STAYED with the Democrat party - they just changed their stripes. LBJ said, when they pushed some of his "Great Society" programs that grew welfare (that would lead to the destruction of the nuclear family)...he said - "we will have those n!****s voting for us for a hundred years.." The Democrat Party just changed how they would try to keep those 'uppity minorities' in chains...and nothing has changed!
Kathleen167 Wrote: Aug 30, 2013 12:59 PM

One statistic – not included in the Times feature – was the out of wedlock birthrate. In 1962, the out of wedlock birth rate for blacks was about 20 percent. Over the last fifty years, it has risen to a tragic 72 percent.


Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/08/28/50-years-later-martin-luther-king-is-alive-waking-from-his-dream/#ixzz2dTLkpSCs
oldervoter68 Wrote: Aug 30, 2013 10:26 AM
50 years, the majority of the time during which a Republican sat in the WH.