The NAACP say people like me are GOP Mouthpiece

IslandmixUSA

Dragon Singh
What does this mean
Everyone knows lacks switched from rep to dem based on the civil rights issue

So what ?

This was then this is now ..... Things have changed .... So are blacks to run to rep based on what happened back then ?
Like. Said both parties need to be challenged
But blacks are still individuals who vote under freedom of choice
It's not black folk fault that we vote democratic
The republicans too need to look introspective and earn that vote
Again they don't seem interested in working for that vote
There is NO Choice when it comes to democrats
Any black person who vote Republican is called ah sellout, Uncle Tom , idiot, FOOL or misguided
Democrats enslave BLACKS with welfare and the promise of reparation, plus brainwash them into thinking ALL Republicans are racist.
:: Take me :: I don’t support Obama , Why I don’t support abortion , welfare , GAY Marriage and High Taxes . I support lower taxes and the Second Amendment
 

dedetriniking

Registered User
There is NO Choice when it comes to democrats
Any black person who vote Republican is called ah sellout, Uncle Tom , idiot, FOOL or misguided
Democrats enslave BLACKS with welfare and the promise of reparation, plus brainwash them into thinking ALL Republicans are racist.
:: Take me :: I don’t support Obama , Why I don’t support abortion , welfare , GAY Marriage and High Taxes . I support lower taxes and the Second Amendment
You are tainted by the kooks that are also holed up under your tent. Real racists feel comfortable in the republican party for a reason.
 

Oneshot

where de crix
You are tainted by the kooks that are also holed up under your tent. Real racists feel comfortable in the republican party for a reason.
and democrats. liberals say keep black kids in public schools even if the schools are failing, isnt that racist?
 

IslandmixUSA

Dragon Singh
You are tainted by the kooks that are also holed up under your tent. Real racists feel comfortable in the republican party for a reason.
My son both parties have racist members , remember Clinton told Kennedy back in the days he ( Obama ) would be serving us coffe
 

dedetriniking

Registered User
idk

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This video really demonstrates how propaganda and the gullible is such a nasty combination. it seems to run rampant in the republican party.
 

Lucianite

Registered User
My son both parties have racist members , remember Clinton told Kennedy back in the days he ( Obama ) would be serving us coffe
and so the big question is how come you an other "mouth pieces" dont get your house in order and address the "racists members" in the rep party ?
 

Lucianite

Registered User
but the R aka "racist" word is overused - these people will tell you that they have a "black friend" or they voted for Obama.....
but really its about white supremacy - they ASSume superiority and so they find virtue or redeem themselves in having a black friend or a coworker etc
but move next door to them or have like in "guess who's coming to dinner " .......

way too much time is spent trying to figure dem out

this whole "racist" talk can go on for pages....


- if or not folx is "racist" -

"Each and every Victim of Racism should minimize the time and effort spent doing anything other than, thinking, speaking, and acting, in a manner that helps to eliminate Racism, and helps to establish justice. Each and every person should seek to do this, every day, in every area of activity, including Economics, Education, Entertainment, Labor, Law, Politics, Religion, Sex and War."



"If you do not understand White Supremacy (Racism)-what it is, and how it works-everything else that you understand will only confuse you".

Neely Fuller
 

rayt2009

Radiant Silvergun
The real sheep are folx who actually believe that the govt even two shuts about what u think. Politics is bullshyt across the board. Learn to deal with that fact first. Party dyck riding is foolish.
 

Oneshot

where de crix
and so the big question is how come you an other "mouth pieces" dont get your house in order and address the "racists members" in the rep party ?
i agree. Steele was bad choice, they wanted a black chair for the RNC, but hardly moved the party towards the black vote, he was clearly trying to benefit himself.
 

IslandmixUSA

Dragon Singh
The following are a few basic historical facts that every American should know.

Fact: The Republican Party was founded primarily to oppose slavery, and Republicans eventually abolished slavery. The Democratic Party fought them and tried to maintain and expand slavery.

Why is this indisputable fact so rarely mentioned? PBS documentaries about slavery and the Civil War barely mention it, for example. One can certainly argue that the parties have changed dramatically in 150 years, but that does not change the historical fact that it was the Democrats who supported slavery and the Republicans who opposed it. And that indisputable fact should not be airbrushed out for fear that it will tarnish the modern Democratic Party.

Had the positions of the parties been the opposite, and the Democrats had fought the Republicans to end slavery, the historical party roles would no doubt be repeated incessantly in these documentaries. Funny how that works.

Fact: During the Civil War era, the "Radical Republicans" were given that name because they wanted to not only end slavery but also to endow the freed slaves with full citizenship, equality, and rights.

Yes, that was indeed a radical idea at the time!

Fact: Lincoln's Vice President, Andrew Johnson, was a strongly pro-Union (but also pro-slavery) Democrat who had been chosen as a compromise running mate to attract Democrats. After Lincoln was assassinated, Johnson thwarted Republican efforts in Congress to recognize the civil rights of the freed slaves, and Southern Democrats continued to thwart any such efforts for nearly a century.

Fact: The Ku Klux Klan was originally and primarily an arm of the Southern Democratic Party, and its mission was to terrorize freed slaves and Republicans who sympathized with them.

Why is this fact conveniently omitted in so many popular histories and depictions of the KKK, including PBS documentaries? Had the KKK been founded by Republicans, that fact would no doubt be repeated constantly on those shows.

Fact: In the 1950s, President Eisenhower, a Republican, integrated the US military and promoted civil rights for minorities. Eisenhower pushed through the Civil Rights Act of 1957. One of Eisenhower's primary political opponents on civil rights prior to 1957 was none other than Lyndon Johnson, then the Democratic Senate Majority Leader. LBJ had voted the straight segregationist line until he changed his position and supported the 1957 Act.

Fact: The historic Civil Rights Act of 1964 was supported by a higher percentage of Republicans than Democrats in both houses of Congress. In the House, 80 percent of the Republicans and 63 percent of the Democrats voted in favor. In the Senate, 82 percent of the Republicans and 69 percent of the Democrats voted for it.

Fact: Contrary to popular misconception, the parties never "switched" on racism.

Following the epic civil rights struggles of the 1960s, the South began a major demographic shift from Democratic to Republican dominance. Many believe that this shift was motivated mainly by racism. While it is certainly true that many Southern racists abandoned the Democratic Party over its new support for racial equality and integration, the notion that they would flock to the Republican Party -- which was a century ahead of the Democrats on those issues -- makes no sense whatsoever.

Yet virtually every liberal, when pressed on the matter, will inevitably claim that the parties "switched," and most racist Democrats became Republicans! In their minds, this historical ju jitsu maneuver apparently transfers all the past sins of the Democrats (slavery, the KKK, Jim Crow laws, etc.) onto the Republicans and all the past virtues of the Republicans (e.g., ending slavery) onto the Democrats! That's quite a feat!

It is true that Barry Goldwater's opposition to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 probably attracted some racist Democrats to the Republican Party. However, Goldwater was not a racist -- at least not an overt racist like so many Southern Democrats of the time, such as George Wallace and Bull Connor. He publicly professed racial equality, and his opposition to the 1964 Act was based on principled grounds of states rights. In any case, his libertarian views were out of step with the mainstream of the Republican Party, and he lost the 1964 Presidential election to LBJ in a landslide.

But Goldwater's opposition to the 1964 Civil Rights Act provided liberals an opening to tar the Republican Party as racist, and they have tenaciously repeated that label so often over the years that it is now the conventional wisdom among liberals. But it is really nothing more than an unsubstantiated myth -- a convenient political lie. If the Republican Party was any more racist than the Democratic Party even in 1964, why did a higher percentage of Republicans than Democrats in both houses of Congress vote for the 1964 Civil Rights Act? The idea that Goldwater's vote on the 1964 Civil Rights Act trumps a century of history of the Republican Party is ridiculous, to say the least.

Every political party has its racists, but the notion that Republicans are more racist than Democrats or any other party is based on nothing more than a constant drumbeat of unsubstantiated innuendo and assertions by Leftists, constantly echoed by the liberal media. It is a classic example of a Big Lie that becomes "true" simply by virtue of being repeated so many times.

A more likely explanation for the long-term shift from Democratic to Republican dominance in the South was the perception, fair or not, that the Democratic Party had rejected traditional Christian religious values and embraced radical secularism. That includes its hardline support for abortion, its rejection of prayer in public schools, its promotion of the gay agenda, and many other issues.

In the 1960s the Democratic Party essentially changed its strategy for dealing with African Americans. Thanks largely to earlier Republican initiatives on civil rights, blatant racial oppression was no longer a viable political option. Whereas before that time Southern Democrats had overtly and proudly segregated and terrorized blacks, the national Democratic Party decided instead to be more subtle and get them as dependent on government as possible. As LBJ so elegantly put it (in a famous moment of candor that was recorded for posterity), "I'll have those ########################s voting Democratic for the next 200 years." At the same time, the Democrats started a persistent campaign of lies and innuendo, falsely equating any opposition to their welfare state with racism.

From a purely cynical political perspective, the Democratic strategy of black dependence has been extremely effective. LBJ knew exactly what he was doing. African Americans routinely vote well over 90 percent Democratic for fear that Republicans will cut their government benefits and welfare programs. And what is the result? Before LBJ's Great Society welfare programs, the black illegitimacy rate was as low as 23 percent, but now it has more than tripled to 72 percent.

Most major American city governments have been run by liberal Democrats for decades, and most of those cities have large black sections that are essentially dysfunctional anarchies. Cities like Detroit are overrun by gangs and drug dealers, with burned out homes on every block in some areas. The land values are so low due to crime, blight, and lack of economic opportunity that condemned homes are not even worth rebuilding. Who wants to build a home in an urban war zone? Yet they keep electing liberal Democrats -- and blaming "racist" Republicans for their problems!

Washington DC is another city that has been dominated by liberal Democrats for decades. It spends more per capita on students than almost any other city in the world, yet it has some of the worst academic achievement anywhere and is a drug-infested hellhole. Barack Obama would not dream of sending his own precious daughters to the DC public schools, of course -- but he assures us that those schools are good enough for everyone else. In fact, Obama was instrumental in killing a popular and effective school voucher program in DC, effectively killing hopes for many poor black families trapped in those dysfunctional public schools. His allegiance to the teachers unions apparently trumps his concern for poor black families.

A strong argument could also be made that Democratic support for perpetual affirmative action is racist. It is, after all, the antithesis of Martin Luther King's vision of a color-blind society. Not only is it "reverse racism," but it is based on the premise that African Americans are incapable of competing in the free market on a level playing field. In other words, it is based on the notion of white supremacy, albeit "benevolent" white supremacy rather than the openly hostile white supremacy of the pre-1960s Democratic Party.

The next time someone claims that Republicans are racist and Democrats are not, don't fall for it.
 

Swollen

Players Play I Coach
Everyone is entitled to their opinion so long as its not some mental thing where they prefer not be on this side when most whites are on that side. There are some people like that you know.

Dragon is just a little misguided but i'll give him the benefit of the doubt.
Recommend this book for you

 

Swollen

Players Play I Coach
cause I am polite, a gentleman
YOU and the rest of fools like yourself with your bullshit strng blk exist in the catton fields of halabama lezzbian mentality should be the ones making wonderful threads and discussing how you elevated your mentality from being a follower democcratt etc etc stereotypical mentality
I am brillllyant and retired cause I was offended at the hoodrattery and lowclassness of many of ya
so you will just find me making a thread a week or just writing a one post

I am waiting for the wonderful threads from silly minded fukkaz like yourself
can you do it?
can younot be a stereotypical blk strng hoorat?

try to
cause that there be the issue
the world has passed your bullshit "strng blk" mentality and you exist in a state/stage of confusion
all that to say
YOU and the scissors lovaz said I am dumb and should leave himix
hence being the wonderful person Boozy is, he did just that and hardly posts

hence its now left up to you and the rest of trashs to make wonderful threads
you cant
so what does that say about you dumbasses?
have fun dumbass

You know you should have ignored his comments.....
 

bktrini305

Registered User
A strong argument could also be made that Democratic support for perpetual affirmative action is racist. It is, after all, the antithesis of Martin Luther King's vision of a color-blind society. Not only is it "reverse racism," but it is based on the premise that African Americans are incapable of competing in the free market on a level playing field. In other words, it is based on the notion of white supremacy, albeit "benevolent" white supremacy rather than the openly hostile white supremacy of the pre-1960s Democratic Party.

The next time someone claims that Republicans are racist and Democrats are not, don't fall for it.
idk if you were finally answering me but thanks anyway. I definitely agree that both parties are racist and either way you're aligning yourself with racist voters but if one party's actual policy in the recent political era has literally been to alienate black people it's quite difficult to support them.

As for MLK on affirmative action

"Whenever the issue of compensatory treatment for the Negro is raised, some of our friends recoil in horror. The Negro should be granted equality, they agree; but he should ask nothing more. On the surface, this appears reasonable, but it is not realistic.
i also believe it was king as chairman of Southern Christian Leadership Conference who initiated most of the first affirmative action literature, although never using the term himself.
 

IslandmixUSA

Dragon Singh
idk if you were finally answering me but thanks anyway. I definitely agree that both parties are racist and either way you're aligning yourself with racist voters but if one party's actual policy in the recent political era has literally been to alienate black people it's quite difficult to support them.

As for MLK on affirmative action



i also believe it was king as chairman of Southern Christian Leadership Conference who initiated most of the first affirmative action literature, although never using the term himself.
Imix members love to use the word RECENT to describe republicans and over look comments and action of democrats

Comments : Clinton made racist remarks about Obama
Action : after speaker pelosi lost her speakership they blank the highest ranking black in congress a major roll to protect her and a white member

After the 2010 elections, the Democrats lost their majority in the House. The departing Speaker Nancy Pelosi ran for the Minority Leader position in order to remain the House party leader, while Clyburn announced that he would challenge Steny Hoyer, the second-ranking Democrat in the House and the outgoing Majority Leader, for the Minority Whip post. Clyburn had the support of the Congressional Black Caucus, which wanted to keep an African-American in the House leadership, while Hoyer had 35 public endorsements, including three standing committee chairs. On November 13, Pelosi announced a deal whereby Hoyer would stand as Minority Whip, while a "number three" leadership position styled Assistant Leader would be created for Clyburn. The exact responsibilities of Clyburn's assistant leader office remain unclear, though it is said to replace the Assistant to the Leader post previously held by Chris Van Hollen. He had attended all leadership meetings but was not in the leadership hierarchy.
 

bktrini305

Registered User
Imix members love to use the word RECENT to describe republicans and over look comments and action of democrats

Comments : Clinton made racist remarks about Obama
Action : after speaker pelosi lost her speakership they blank the highest ranking black in congress a major roll to protect her and a white member
i agree. Politicians, individual politician in both parties are racist and it is the democrats who take black voters for granted. but that is precisely because they've been abandoned by the republicans' southern strategy. It is really only now that the base of the republican party is so... unorthodox that those policies are less visible and blatant.

I always say Obama is just another Reagan. Reagan the racist. And while i don't see bill as a racist, both he and his wife were noyt above using race in the primaries against obama.
 

IslandmixUSA

Dragon Singh
Mmmmm

Harry Reid was wowed by Obama’s oratorical gifts and believed the country was ready to embrace a black presidential candidate, especially one such as a Obama — a ‘light-skinned’ African American with ‘no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.
 

IslandmixUSA

Dragon Singh
MSNBC won't tell yuh about this

Historians report that one political party supported slavery and Jim Crow while the other party opposed them. They also report that one party was known as the "Party of White Supremacy" and the other party was known as "N!gger Lovers." In his book: Dreams From My Father, Senator Obama makes the connection between politics and racism when he tells his readers how white Chicago Democrats vowed to vote Republican before they would vote for a black man (Harold Washington) to be Mayor of Chicago.
 
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