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Vote principle---not blackness...

(46 posts)
  • Started 8 years ago by Broadway
  • Latest reply from missing_kskd

  1. NoParty
    Member

    Nowadays, virtually the entire Republican Party is white supremacist.
    wow PianoMan...what have you been smoking? Can you back that up?
    No you can't.

    BROADway, just like YOU CONs saying that ALL Liberals don't believe in God.

    Posted on August 28, 2012 - 03:25 PM #
  2. NoParty
    Member

    That and it will piss off all the lieberals which is a good thing. '

    And if Obummer wins we can watch all the CONs hand wringing and pissing and moaning. That will be a great thing!

    Posted on August 28, 2012 - 03:28 PM #
  3. Mrs.Merkin
    Member

    I hope Romney wins just so I can sit back and watch HIM explode.

    Posted on August 28, 2012 - 06:07 PM #
  4. NoParty
    Member

    2 to 1 odds ROBme would implode in 14 months.

    Posted on August 28, 2012 - 06:13 PM #
  5. PianoMan
    Member

    >>"PianoMan... Can you back that up? No, you can't"

    Well, I'm certainly not hearing any calls for racial equality (let alone minority enfranchisement) from the RNC podium, are you? It's a safe bet that the subject of race won't even be broached. I'm writing this right after watching an appalling Romney campaign video (shown at the convention immediately following adjournment for the day) that features 100% white faces. Republicans in 2012 are past the point of even pretending to care about attracting minority votes, having decided instead to suppress turnout.

    But what I'm saying is, if you disclaim white responsibility for the fact that Blacks are unemployed, poor, and incarcerated at twice the rate of whites, as virtually all Republicans do, I don't see how you can avoid concluding that the African American race is somehow inherently inferior. This is what I meant by white supremacism.

    Posted on August 28, 2012 - 08:18 PM #
  6. missing_kskd
    Member

    That is precisely it.

    If the GOP were actually serious about not enabling and validating racists, they would have promptly got on the tube, taking care of business proper.

    But they didn't, relying on how hard it is to just call the party out, and on numbers.

    Posted on August 28, 2012 - 09:08 PM #