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ThePainefulTruth On May 06, 2013
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Peoria, Arizona
#1New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 12:03:18
The fact that Republicans are racist is a myth, a myth that is exposed by Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., in this Newsletter .

All of what she writes is true, Martin Luther King Sr. & Jr. were Republicans. But she ignores one event just before the Kennedy/Nixon election that had a major impact on Black political loyalties. MLK Jr. had been sentenced (by a judge in the then very Democratic state of Georgia) to six months hard labor for participating in a sit-in. The absurd sentence made national news, just days before the election.

The Kennedy Campaign, almost by accident when looking into how the decision to become involved came about, intervened and obtained MLK's release. Nixon, making a fateful political miscalculation that Kennedy had almost made, said "No Comment". That was in the title of a pamphlet the Kennedy campaign put out 2 million copies of, capitalizing on the event. That and MKK's father's and Ralph David Abernathy's very public reversal of support from Nixon to Kennedy, swung black support over to Kennedy, and to which some have ultimately credited his victory.

Few people even remember the event, but it was the beginning of the end for black Republican support. MLK himself, made no endorsement, maintaining his policy of political non-bias, saying, "I feel someone must remain in the position of non-alignment, so that he can look objectively at both parties and be the conscience of both—not the servant or master of either."

If the black community had maintained that policy, instead of locking in 90% of their support for the Democrats, they wouldn't be given lip service and taken for granted by the Democrats as they have been ever since--not to mention the destruction to the black family the Democrats starting with Johnson's "War on Poverty" and "Great Society" wrought, all of which Alveda King so aptly points out.
Wellard On April 29, 2012
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In your Mind, Cape Verde
#2New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 12:08:17
But some republicans are racist so it is not a myth,it is somewhat true
Reviso On November 23, 2014

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Trenton, Canada
#3New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 12:17:51
The republicans which are racist are against wickedness. The republicans which are wicked are more and more against racism and violence. It's one of their big agendas. And ... I never thought of my own defense mechanism for the U.S. primaries debates.
Rehabilitation_Please On May 20, 2016
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Peterborough, United Kingdom
#4New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 12:20:11
Is it one of those age old questions like "How long is a piece of string?" because I don't know the answer to either.
shinobinoz On May 28, 2017
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Wichita, Kansas
#5New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 13:11:03
Is it just me? or is it deja vu? This thread keeps getting recycled.
jmo On January 02, 2020
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Yorkshire, United Kingdom
#6New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 13:33:26
I'd guess it's because black people in the USA are on average poorer than white people therefore it is in their interest to vote Democrat. No?
Cinnamon On April 21, 2012




USA,
#7New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 14:03:43
I think it's the influence of racists like Jesse Jackson, Al a** Sharpton and of course, Jeremiah Wright. I'm sure I'm forgetting some - but those three come to mind when answering that question.
boxerdc On December 18, 2012

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#8New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 16:25:02
@Cinnamon Said

I think it's the influence of racists like Jesse Jackson, Al a** Sharpton and of course, Jeremiah Wright. I'm sure I'm forgetting some - but those three come to mind when answering that question.


That makes perfect sense, because blacks are stupid and ignorant, and unable to think for themselves, so they just follow others like sheep...


No.. Wait.. That's christian conservatives.


/sarcasm
Reviso On November 23, 2014

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Trenton, Canada
#9New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 16:35:25
@boxerdc Said

That makes perfect sense, because blacks are stupid and ignorant, and unable to think for themselves, so they just follow others like sheep...


No.. Wait.. That's christian conservatives.


/sarcasm



Actually blacks are bright followers of War culture and establishment. The problem is that such an institution cannot be a democratic one, I think. War and Peace was looked a lot from the standpoint of the improving peace treaty, and truly a lot of smart people appeared for the World seeking peace. Oh well, I'm through.
boxerdc On December 18, 2012

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#10New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 16:40:19
@Reviso Said

Actually blacks are bright followers of War culture and establishment. The problem is that such an institution cannot be a democratic one, I think. War and Peace was looked a lot from the standpoint of the improving peace treaty, and truly a lot of smart people appeared for the World seeking peace. Oh well, I'm through.



I suppose that, based on your post, I could say that Canadians are unable to construct a proper sentence. It's true, based on your post, and based on this thread, I don't have to give any other evidence to make it a fact.
ThePainefulTruth On May 06, 2013
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Peoria, Arizona
#11New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 19:33:39
@Wellard Said

But some republicans are racist so it is not a myth,it is somewhat true


Of course that's a completely idiotic conclusion. Certainly more Democrats than Republicans are racists, so that is more somewhat true. Jesus.


@jmo Said

I'd guess it's because black people in the USA are on average poorer than white people therefore it is in their interest to vote Democrat. No?


Absolutely No. Just the opposite. They've been down on Johnson's Plantation since he set it up back in the 60's. Any black who becomes successful, except at being a race war lord (aka plantation overseer/corporate shakedown artist), is labeled an Uncle Tom.


@Cinnamon Said

I think it's the influence of racists like Jesse Jackson, Al a** Sharpton and of course, Jeremiah Wright. I'm sure I'm forgetting some - but those three come to mind when answering that question.


Well, you forgot the biggest one of all, "Rev." Wright's most famous apostle.


@boxerdc Said

That makes perfect sense, because blacks are stupid and ignorant, and unable to think for themselves, so they just follow others like sheep...


No.. Wait.. That's christian conservatives.


/sarcasm


Well, no, the smart ones, since the Johnson era, become Republicans or independents, like they used to. You, being a Democrat (pa lease with the I'm not a Democrat) part of the sheeple 90%, it follows that you weren't smart enough to read the OP or the link, and make any pertinent comments about that. Sarcasm is so much easier and doesn't make one's head hurt like conjuring "facts".

You ever gonna graduate from that tired old tactic of deflection. Those red herrings just stink up the place. 'Course I r'lize you h'ain't got much place else t'go what with facts being so sparse down there on that plantation, or time to do it what with fetchin' water for Massah up at the big house.
Wellard On April 29, 2012
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In your Mind, Cape Verde
#12New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 19:38:39
@ThePainefulTruth Said

Of course that's a completely idiotic conclusion. Certainly more Democrats than Republicans are racists, so that is more somewhat true. Jesus.


So you admit that some Republicans are racist?

It's just here you didn't seem to think so...

"The fact that Republicans are racist is a myth"
ThePainefulTruth On May 06, 2013
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Peoria, Arizona
#13New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 19:41:01
@Wellard Said

So you admit that some Republicans are racist?

It's just here you didn't seem to think so...

"The fact that Republicans are racist is a myth"


Decided to double down huh?
Wellard On April 29, 2012
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In your Mind, Cape Verde
#14New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 19:43:09
@ThePainefulTruth Said

Decided to double down huh?


Sorry but me no speakee Republican
Cinnamon On April 21, 2012




USA,
#15New Post! Feb 15, 2012 @ 19:44:34
@ThePainefulTruth Said


Well, you forgot the biggest one of all, "Rev." Wright's most famous apostle.


No I haven't. I'll never hear Wright's name without thinking of the MIC occupying the White House. He's a great follower of his racist mentor. I also haven't forgotten the hoopla about the racist comment Obama made about his white family member.

Obama is sick all the way around, without even one redeeming quality. Not a one.
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