.Man, this is tiresome - the republicans lost two presidential elections in a row by a decisive margin. So much so, when Florida still couldn't figure out how to count votes, it didn't even matter.
You guys gotta start blaming yourselves. Self righteous smugness isn't winning elections anymore. The democrats certainly aren't to blame for anything because they basically don't do anything. Yet republicans, and the tea party and Fox News and all those pundits have been yelling and screaming and carrying on non-stop, and you still lost even though you were convinced that was impossible since you agreed with yourselves so convincingly.
It's your fault. Adapt or continue to lose. This is the new America. We like gays. We think women have rights. We value science over religious dogma. We appreciate the contributions of Latinos and support a path to citizenship. We like to help people who are less fortunate than ourselves. We think health care is a human right.
Enough with the racial bullshit. Blacks make up about 12% of the electorate and that doesn't mean squat. But when you factor in the majority of women, young people, Latinos and college-educated Americans, it gets harder.
I mean, is it a sense of pride to win the states that really need the most government assistance? Alabama? Mississippi? Louisiana? West Virginia? Oklahoma? Arkansas?
It can't be. Winning just one state that is contributing the most to American GDP, education and a lower infant mortality should probably be a goal of the GOP's next election.
Old Man Whitey is obsessed with giving out goodies.
The third world Mexicans and Somalis could care less.
They get food stamps, WIC and Section 8 and they give us bed bugs, tuberculosis, Mexican swine flu and Shigellosis.
Black youth unemployment is 50%, yet Blacks are celebrating this "revenge" on the part of their Indonesian messiah.
We've raised two generations of lowlifes. LBJ's Great Society has finally achieved its intended goal...a nation where the majority is uneducated, dependent and willingly enslaved.
"War on Poverty" and healthcare reform
In 1964, upon Johnson's request, Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1964 and the Economic Opportunity Act, which was in association with the war on poverty.
Johnson set in motion bills and acts,
creating programs such as
and Medicaid, which still exist today.
“I’ll have those n**-gers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”
- Lyndon B. Johnson
We've raised two generations of lowlifes.