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  • #18
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    Yes. All free loving, individuals welcome. You will be named Oreo cookies, uncle toms and worse by the left so thick skin is recommended. Leave your chains at the door, we detest all forms of slavery.
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    You're right, there is a stigma. I don't like Michael Steele much, but I did feel bad for him when I heard reports of people rolling Oreo cookies down the aisles at his speaking engagements.
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    Angry old white guys made the GOP what it is today. America is better off when the GOP remains angry, old, white and stupid. That way the dems will stay in the majority and progress will continue to be made.
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    @mimi57 I'm glad you are finally coming to your senses. As I posted in another thread a little while ago:
    DJIA when Obama was sworn in: 7,949.09 DJIA right now: 13,123.92. Any questions? Socialist and communist agenda indeed.
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    @mimi57 I believe the GOP has quite effectively dealt with each an every problem effectively what with all those Women appointed to committee chair's, one. They dealt with AA's with only one in congress, he's no bother to anyone..Hispanics, 73+ percent voted for Obama so who cares about them., Orientals 71% for Obama enough said.,They really snookered seniors who now see how the GOP wants to screw up Medicare. Even the Tea Party marched with signs "Don't Touch My Medicare"
    I'd said they've got the formula damn near perfected, if only they could get rid of the one black guy and the one female committee chair in the house they have nailed the formula 100% A 100% guarantied losing formula. Who, by the way were the most recent cause to what you call "the problem."
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    No, it's probably the opposite, perhaps Blacks who vote 95% democrat party who need to take a look around them and see just what their blind loyalty to the D-Party has gotten them. The wonderful public education in the Dem. controlled inner cities? How about all those jobs created by Obama and the dems.? Hmmm, let's see, oh, yeah the low abortion rate among Black women? Hmmm, what about all those vouchers for a better school in places like NYC, Detroit, Chicago, LA and DC? Oh dear, right, sorry folks, none of those things has happened. So what have the large cities and states run by the D's have done what to reward the Black community for their loyalty all these years? Waiting patiently for that list of wonders. See, the progressives love the Black community, they love them getting just enough to get by, to not get ahead, to be a permanent underclass needing government and more government as the years go by, as someone pretty famous said, Progressives love their Black Community, especially when they stay on the Plantation.
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    There are plenty of good Black Republicans , but they scare the leftist-socialists so bad, they quickly become the victims of 'trumped up' charges & attacks by the liberal mean-stream media. Herman Cain for example. Two other well educated & respected Black professors are shunned by liberal America are - Thomas Sowell & Walter Williams. Read their words - the media hides them for they simply cannot dispute their words by simply 'whining racist' to an educated Black man's views.
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    Well, you can't have no Uncle Tom's trying to make changes...they're just not cool enough and don't party with the right people...or is that dudes?
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    Boo Hoo Hoo. All of those meanie liberals would say not so nice things about black republicans. We would never say bad things about white republicans now would we?
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    @PNWest I guess you can call a white republican an Uncle Tom, but I don't think the results are the same. I thought under liberal logic those meanie liberals would be racists! The hypocrisy is amazing. But as long as the real sellouts like Jackson and Sharpton get theirs, all is well in the black community!
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    You have a point, I had not considered that. Just look at how they treat Justice Thomas, Herman Cain, Condi Rice, Allen West and Walter Williams! And I guess one point I would like to make is; Do we have to color code everything now? I thought we had gotten past that, that the best person for the job was ideal, no matter color or gender. If having a partially Black president has returned us to the old non-color blind society, maybe it was a mistake to elect THIS type of person, one who will exploit any difference to divide us. What a sad footnote to his blurb in the book of presidents.
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    Being neither Republican or Democrat, I have read all the comments here and I find this constant rock throwing at each other to be quite juvenile. The reality is quite simple. In states controlled by the GOP in the last redistricting the districts were drawn to ensure that large blocks of black voters in cities like Atlanta would have them split into various districts rather than one district. That's the spoils of war. When the Dems regain a state they do the same thing (redesign the districts) but there is still the problem that depending on who you believe, the black community is still only 11-13% of the population. Half of them are not old enough to vote. Another 20% are incarcerated or on felony probation/parole and not eligible to vote. That leaves about 3-5% of the entire black population legible to vote assuming all legible actually did so, which no group does. Assuming 5% of the population are black and legible to vote and about half on average for all groups do vote in a Presidential election year, that means that they constitute about 2.5% of the total vote in any given area on average. You don't win many elections with 2.5% of the electorate in a gerrymandered drawn district. That's why it's absurd for the right to wail about 70%+ of blacks voted for Obama. So what? They are almost insignificant in national elections.
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    Gee what a shock, the black vote for Obama was about 93%. This is why Obama keeps Blacks on the welfare roles so they will continue to vote for Democrats every election. It's so sad that they are willing to take a menial life on welfare versus getting real jobs from an economy not strangled with taxes. I hope the day comes when people like Herman Cain, a black conservative can get elected in this nation so that Blacks can hear the other side of the story. Under the Democrat's racist charges against the GOP, they are total hypocrites because they insulted and trashed Cain during his campaign. They must be racists! A conservative Black President would be great for all African Americans hearing a Black man tell them that they do not have to drop out of school and sell drugs under the excuse of white control. His message would be stay in school, don't break the law, don't leave your children, don't play the victim any more. Work hard, show the employers that you are just as dependable as any person in America.
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    There is only one Native American in the US Congress right now, Representative Tom Cole from Oklahoma, and he is a Republican. Maybe the Democrats could stand to diversify a bit, too.
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    That is kind of up to the Democrats to stop being racist and calling Black Republicans "Uncle Tom".

    But what else do you expect from the Democrats, the party that ran KKK?
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  • #41
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    not really. to me i could care less of the color of ones skin, for some it seems that is the only thing that matters or have a part in all things.
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    Does the G.O.P need to diversify?
    Sure they need to! Silly question!
    The more intelligent question is, "Will The Republican Party Diversify?"
    But if they do, where will all the old white goats graze?
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    I think they should, but I'm not sure they can given the current circumstances. Perhaps if they distance themselves from the hard-line Tea Party contingent? Even if the GOP manages to gain a little diversity, I'm not sure it would help them in the short term. Their entire message and agenda need a revamp and a lot of clarification, IMO. If they focus on that, perhaps diversity will follow.
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    Of the course the GOP needs to diversify - starting with the addition of competent pollsters. They have plenty of the not-competent type already.
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