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5 Reasons There Are So Few Black Americans In The Republican Party

tfelton Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 8:20 PM
See, you guys say stuff like this, and then you wonder why minorities are turned off. Here's a tip: being less condescending might help.
Shoppin Wrote: Sep 09, 2012 7:53 PM
They can't do anything but make inane comments. It would be a joy to have real debate on this site now and then.
peaceman Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 4:42 PM
Really??? Wow...your logic is stupefying!! Typical response where you offer nothing to counter except the usual 'whining' about talking points. I have the quotes with cites to back up what I'm saying...and you have??? NOTHING! Just like most of the posters on here...typical young boys still stuck in HS
LoneGunman2 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 9:29 PM
You're an idiot! Sorry, just no other way to explain it, ie, all those Democrap talking point lies. Have you been taking lessons from DWS cuz it sure sounds like it from what you wrote!

Do us a favor and go away!
peaceman Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 9:19 PM
and 'big' corp America are legendary (there is a good number D's who are tied in as well). The R's have disconnected themselves from the larger portion of the middle class and it shows. And now with the push to limiting women's rights, the divide is just getting larger. Racism plays an ongoing role in our culture and is furthered with the high cost of education and income disparity with the R's blocking job legislation and the added insult of voter suppression laws (sorry, there's NO evidence of voter fraud; even a Repub state senator admitted that and it's all about getting Romney elected)
peaceman Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 9:12 PM
NO, you learned it at home and on the 'playground' where you're still stuck in the mindset. As usual John-boy here writes like the tool he is...there is much more to the story as to how both parties switched in character since the Civil War; primarily the R's changed as they stayed on the model of 'old colonialism'. His list of black individuals to include the nut-job Allen West (all D's are communists), 999 Herman Cain (this is one not very bright, smart man; strange anomaly), Clarence Thomas (a sexist tool who is in conflict of interest with his wife's work is a sham), and Condi (a shill during the Bush years; very bright woman).

The R's are doing poorly because they know who pads their campaign chests. The ties they have to Wall St
TheKenchurianPresident Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 8:49 PM
We learned at the feet of the prog masters!

How is it that the party of Lincoln, a party that led the way in opposing slavery, Jim Crow laws, lynching, the KKK, poll taxes, led the way on integration and voting rights for black Americans, and percentage wise, voted for the 1964 Civil Rights Act in greater numbers than Democrats is now only getting about 10% of the black vote? Democrats say racism, but any objective observer would quickly discard that explanation given the significant number of popular black Republicans. If even a large percentage of Republicans were racist, certainly Allen West, Herman Cain, Clarence...