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Chuck Todd: If Lincoln Were Dealing with These Republicans, We'd Still Have Slavery

pinenee Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 9:45 AM
1948, President Truman opened the Democratic Party to us, then Negro. By 1964 every American "white bigot" had switched to the Republican Party. The very end of the party of Lincoln. 2012, the Republican Party's "Something of Value" was "Gone with the Wind"
pinenee Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 3:36 PM
.The conservative took Ronald Reagan's counsel and declared they would never change.
The conservatives declared Caucasian, capitalism, and Christianity sacred and inviolate.
They pick an old guy, Romney who is not a player. They picked a young guy, Ryan, who don't know the needs and wants of his own "white people".
American "white women" are free people. 99.99% of American "white people" smoke weed. 30% by a very informal count are homosexuals. None are trained as new players.
pinenee Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 3:23 PM
During Ronald Reagan , While the American "white man" was whining and demanding America could and would never change. The young American black people ventured into the world and created new music and a new style.
The rest of the world changed their societies, politics, and economics. Both the world population and us black people trained new players to go in a different direction. Election 2012 American conservatives whined, other folks won.
pinenee Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 3:13 PM
Why be or live in America without being able to become rich. Might as well return to countries which blocks common folks from reaching their dreams.
Different subject: until I entered the INTERNET, I truly didn't know that American "white people" are such haters and blockers. I didn't know they MADE-UP and modified history to suit the current conservative agenda item.
pinenee Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 3:02 PM
Every American president from 1933 to 1980 was instrumental improving the American society. President Eisenhower made great decisions and took action which opened up the American society for we, black people.
I always write, we and our allies. Without the American white person as our allies we would be nothing. from the time we, black people came to N.A. we have never interfered with getting rich.
pinenee Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 3:02 PM
Every American president from 1933 to 1980 was instrumental improving the American society. President Eisenhower made great decisions and took action which opened up the American society for we, black people.
I always write, we and our allies. Without the American white person as our allies we would be nothing. from the time we, black people came to N.A. we have never interfered with getting rich.
pinenee Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 3:02 PM
Every American president from 1933 to 1980 was instrumental improving the American society. President Eisenhower made great decisions and took action which opened up the American society for we, black people.
I always write, we and our allies. Without the American white person as our allies we would be nothing. from the time we, black people came to N.A. we have never interfered with getting rich.
JMSilver Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 11:01 AM
Your forgot to add the following:

1954 - Brown vs. Board of Education, passed by a conservative Supreme Court under Eisenhower administration (Rep)

1957 - Eisenhower sends the 101st Airborne Division to Little Rock, Arkansas to ensure safety of the Little Rock 9 integrating into the white school.

1957 - Civil Rights act passed with zero Reps voting nay and all 43 voting yea. Dems yea 29, nay 18, almost 40% of the party. Of the Dem voting nay was then Sen John F Kennedy.

1964 - Majority of Reps in the Senate voted for the Civil Rights Act 1964. 82% of Rep Senators voted yea vs 69% of Dem Senators voting in favor of the Act, final vote was 67 to 33.

2012 27% blacks live in poverty w/ 46% of children in poverty are black.

JMSilver Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 11:01 AM
Your forgot to add the following:

1954 - Brown vs. Board of Education, passed by a conservative Supreme Court under Eisenhower administration (Rep)

1957 - Eisenhower sends the 101st Airborne Division to Little Rock, Arkansas to ensure safety of the Little Rock 9 integrating into the white school.

1957 - Civil Rights act passed with zero Reps voting nay and all 43 voting yea. Dems yea 29, nay 18, almost 40% of the party. Of the Dem voting nay was then Sen John F Kennedy.

1964 - Majority of Reps in the Senate voted for the Civil Rights Act 1964. 82% of Rep Senators voted yea vs 69% of Dem Senators voting in favor of the Act, final vote was 67 to 33.

2012 27% blacks live in poverty w/ 46% of children in poverty are black.

tibby2 Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 10:19 AM
Beginning in 1964 the shift from individual liberty by the black community gave way to a collectivist mindset and traded the slaveowner of old to the liberal mindset of the welfare state. A new master emerged. Some rebelled and struck out on their own and learned to think for themselves and are now pariahs to the black community.

You sold your individual liberty for "thirty pieces of silver". He who pays your bills controls you.

Not his words, you must understand.  Just a "depressing" observation from a "very smart" White House aide:
 


 

Joe Klein -- last seen beclowning himself on Benghazi -- gets a big laugh at this line because it's so true, right?  Republicans are just the worst.  Lincoln would have never been able to handle this bunch of radicals.  Maybe this "very smart" White House source should go re-watch Lincoln, or re-read his history books.  Congressional Republicans were the ones who