kissing a lot of minority ass.
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Posted 17 November 2012 - 11:43 AM
Why it is being discussed? Because the GOP just lost another Presidential election.
The Southern Strategy that sustained the GOP for the last four decades has become a millstone around its political neck.
Minorities are staying away from the GOP in droves and the demographics are clearly showing the situation is only going to get worse.
There is only one choice for the GOP, abandon the Southern Strategy and embrace minorities and women.
Hope you are ready GOP supporters, your party leaders are about to start kissing a lot of minority ass.
It is simple math problem, all the secessionists understand it.
Its time to change or leave the country.
Posted 17 November 2012 - 12:36 PM
Posted 19 November 2012 - 06:07 AM
Posted 19 November 2012 - 09:13 AM
"States Rights", "Forced Busing", "Integration", "Quotas", "Preferential Treatment" "Separate but Equal"
Some of you may not appreciate the importance of context, but just imagine you are you are growing up in the 60's-70's. The Feds are forcing you to move from your beautiful modern neighborhood school that you walk to everyday and instead you will now be bused across town at oh dark thirty in the morning. All because some Democratic Congress passed a law and it is being enforced by some liberal Federal Judge saying you have to be integrated with those knitters on the wrong side of the tracks in their old dirty underfunded school buildings. In some areas of the deep south they even required national guard troops to come in and enforce those laws. Good times!
Now, if you are a politician and tell everyone you support "States Rights" imagine what kind of a warm welcome you would get in a southern white community. Yes, you only said "States Rights", but those two words mean a whole lot more in the right context. It also means you are against busing, racial quotas, preferential treatment and in many minds... uppity black people's struggle for equality. That is how dog whistles and coded language work. Today, many people don't appreciate why "States Rights" resonates so well within the Republican party. Yes I know what your thinking, "States Rights" was also a popular southern term leading up to the Civil War... hmmm, imagine that!
Posted 19 November 2012 - 07:00 PM
My bet is in the next election when Obama can't run minority turnout will drop precipitously.
Posted 19 November 2012 - 08:59 PM
I'm against forced busing/ school redistricting, especially racial quotas, and preferential treatment. How does that make me a racist? I think it's racist to turn down a more qualified white person in favor of a minority just so you can claim diversity in the workforce. I think it's racist to step back and say " This school doesn't have enough black people, so by golly we are gonna bus them from across the county to make this right."
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