The long history of racism within the Democratic party.

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Max E. Pad, Sep 29, 2012.

  1. It really is funny, yet sad at the same time watching Democrats try to alter reality.

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  2. Great videos.

    They say the switch from Democrat to Republican was not race based but based on rising standards of living.
    It was well into the 1980's and 90's before the Republicans started winning state and local elections.
    If you want to find the legacy of the Racist Democratic philosophy look to the Northern urban cites. Classic examples of separate but equal in a way that would make the old southern democrats proud.
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  4. It really is unfortunate that so many black people have been hoodwinked into voting against their own best interests.....

    You would think it would be an easy exercise to simply look at where the democrats have gotten the predominantly black communities in the last 20 years, but unfortunately some people are simply incapable of thinking for themselves, and they can only regurgitate what they hear from far left networks like MSNBC.
  5. pspr


    Plus, they are so short sighted that they see the free cell phone the government gave them and is paying about $10 a month for 250 minutes and equate that with Obama giving them a free phone. How easily these morons are bought.

    Obama loves to tie his name to freebies like this that taxpayers have to pay for to buy votes for him.
  6. Ricter


    The labels change with the winds, the racist type persists. Today, that type wears the republican label.
  7. Lucrum


    Who was it that said something to the effect; poor Negroes have been voting for democrats for decades, but they're still poor.
  8. You live by labels. You will always be a victim.

    Where people choose to live says a lot about the local political situation. The great migration Of blacks from south to north was due to Jim crow laws, Democratic institutional racism and the blacks being cut out from the economic opportunities in the South.

    Now millions of Blacks are leaving the democratic urban cities and moving to the new Republican south where they can participate in the economic machine.