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

wordkyle Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 7:43 AM
Nicely said, Mr. Hawkins. Several insights I hadn't considered. However, one enormous point that you didn't mention. More blacks will consider becoming Republicans when it is no longer socially acceptable to call a black Republican an "Uncle Tom" or "house ni---r." Even Time magazine got into the game when it titled an article on Clarence Thomas "Uncle Tom Justice." Why would any sane black person subject him- or herself to this kind of "approved" hate speech?
Dan107 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 8:24 AM
Because, word, the black person who does has the understanding that the image is wrong and the self confidence to refuse to be held down by that image.
The very worst images used to portray blacks and their views are spewed by the gansta rap artists who see murder and violence as street cred and women as hos and sluts.
same10 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 8:17 AM
Is time mag a Jewish rag, or a lib rag, or both?

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...