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Poll: Majority of Americans Are Racist

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What a misguided attempt to make Americans feel bad that they are not voting for Obama this time around.

2008=America is post racial

2012=America is racist again

Funnily enough the only people I ever heard say anything about America being post-racial were conservatives. Liberals suffered no delusions that just because we outnumbered you in 2008 didn't suddenly make you stop being racist.

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Not funnily at all.

The media talked before the 2008 election about how historic it would be to elect a person of color and what it meant for America. That we were going to be able to finally put in our past the ugly history of race relations and the blacks would finally feel a part of America. I am certain you did not sleep for those couple of months in 2008.

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Remembering that "post racial" for stirs means "not being able to drop the n-word in public".

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Typical liberals

Losing argument? Have nothing contribute?

Then accuse, call names, change subject, etc.

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I like ping-pong

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I'm a white man that generally supports the black man's fight against continued white oppression, and I voted for Gary Johnson...

In other words, all y'all can suck my dick.

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If you read the questions and the results there is not much left to interpret.

A slight majority of Americans still take race into consideration, a small percentage allow it to override all other factors in their decision making process.

These results should not be a big surprise to any of us.

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