Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#18595 Jul 18, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Just who is responsible for keeping the blacks where they are? They are still on the plantation doing the will of their Mastas, which is the U.S. Government. All that is required of them is to vote Democratic, and protest when asked to. If they do these simple little things the Masta will give them money, healthcare, food and housing. Not much different then when they were actually on a southern plantation. They had to pick cotton to earn those benefits.
If you ever get the chance watch the movie, "Run Away Slave", rent it or go see it. Blacks have been told not to watch it and they have done what the Masta wanted. They should have gone to see this movie just because the race pimps told them not to see it. These race pimps and the government want to keep the black population ignorant and under their control. If they would actually take the time to watch this documentary they would suddenly be enlightened and freed from the slave, plantation mentality that the government and the race pimps encourage. They would see that they are being used by the government and the race pimps for their own self serving interest.
Who could ever accuse you of being a racist, thank for explaining the behavior of "those people".
BS IS Called

Dallas, TX

#18596 Jul 18, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Which means that 41% of Whites who voted voted for Obama. If the election where split along racial lines then the difference in the White vote would be greater.
Thanks for playing.
I'll bet you are pretty good in a circle jerk.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#18597 Jul 18, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
What gives with you and the Confederate flag? Why do you have such disrespect for it and why do you call it a rag? Obviously you do not realize what actually started the War between the States. The Confederate Flag did not ask to be used and defiled by the KKK or any other group. It is just a Flag which symbolized the Southern States. You put more meaning into it then it deserves.
Seems like those that have used it for their own symbology since the end of the Civil War have attached the current meaning to it, turning it from a Flag to a Rag.

Thanks for playing.
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#18598 Jul 18, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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At the time, slavery was a right of the states, and legal, until well into the war. Funny though how the north bought Egyptian cotton at a lower cost than southern cotton, and the egyptian cotton was harvested by slave labor. Hypocrytical don't you think? Secession was not prohibited, in fact some states have that right to secession to this day in their charters, while the federal government does not prohibit it. I couldn't agree more with you on The Battle Flag of the CSA, even more so with regards to our nations current flag. it too, is often disgraced. Please understand, I do not condone slavery, but I do see several economic and political similarities today, that were common to the times back then.
One more thing, it wasn't until Reagan, that the south turned from devout democrat, to republican.
Interesting post, but the south actually began the trend toward republicans BEFORE Reagan(you reps always give him too much credit). For example, Georgia and some other southern states voted for Goldwater in the 1964 election.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#18600 Jul 18, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...One more thing, it wasn't until Reagan, that the south turned from devout democrat, to republican.
With those Yankees snapping at your heels as you retreat from PA it's easy to understand your fractured history lesson.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Strateg...
Though the "Solid South" had been a longtime Democratic Party stronghold due to the Democratic Party's defense of slavery before the American Civil War and segregation for a century thereafter, many white Southern Democrats stopped supporting the party following the civil rights plank of the Democratic campaign in 1948 (triggering the Dixiecrats), the African-American Civil Rights Movement, the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Voting Rights Act of 1965, and desegregation.

The strategy was first adopted under future Republican President Richard Nixon and Republican Senator Barry Goldwater[6][7] in the late 1960s.[8] The strategy was successful in many regards. It contributed to the electoral realignment of Southern states to the Republican Party, but at the expense of losing more than 90 percent of black voters to the Democratic Party. As the twentieth century came to a close, the Republican Party began trying to appeal again to black voters, though with little success.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reagan 's_Neshoba_County_Fair_%22stat es'_rights%22_speech
Ronald Reagan's "states' rights" speech given on August 3, 1980, was his first public address after the Republican National Convention officially chose him as the Republican nominee for the 1980 United States presidential election. The speech drew attention for his use of the phrase "states' rights" at the Neshoba County Fair, just a few miles from Philadelphia, Mississippi, a town associated with the 1964 murders of civil rights workers. Reagan said:

I believe in states' rights.... I believe we have distorted the balance of our government today by giving powers that were never intended to be given in the Constitution to that federal establishment.

He went on to promise to "restore to states and local governments the power that properly belongs to them."[1] The use of the phrase was seen by some as a tacit appeal to Southern white voters and a continuation of Richard Nixon's Southern Strategy, while others argued it merely reflected his libertarian economic beliefs.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#18601 Jul 18, 2013
BS IS Called wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
I'll bet you are pretty good in a circle jerk.
You must be cruising for a date.
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#18602 Jul 18, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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I am not accusing you of calling anyone a racist. As far as what party any particular "racist" belongs to or votes for, that is another story. Please, substantiate your statement that nearly all racists vote republican.
I can't really substantiate it because, as far as I know, no one has surveyed or polled that. My statement was based on my personal observations and opinion. But anyone who lives in the south and is honest with themselves knows that it is true.
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#18603 Jul 18, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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With those Yankees snapping at your heels as you retreat from PA it's easy to understand your fractured history lesson.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Strateg...
Though the "Solid South" had been a longtime Democratic Party stronghold due to the Democratic Party's defense of slavery before the American Civil War and segregation for a century thereafter, many white Southern Democrats stopped supporting the party following the civil rights plank of the Democratic campaign in 1948 (triggering the Dixiecrats), the African-American Civil Rights Movement, the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Voting Rights Act of 1965, and desegregation.
The strategy was first adopted under future Republican President Richard Nixon and Republican Senator Barry Goldwater[6][7] in the late 1960s.[8] The strategy was successful in many regards. It contributed to the electoral realignment of Southern states to the Republican Party, but at the expense of losing more than 90 percent of black voters to the Democratic Party. As the twentieth century came to a close, the Republican Party began trying to appeal again to black voters, though with little success.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reagan 's_Neshoba_County_Fair_%22stat es'_rights%22_speech
Ronald Reagan's "states' rights" speech given on August 3, 1980, was his first public address after the Republican National Convention officially chose him as the Republican nominee for the 1980 United States presidential election. The speech drew attention for his use of the phrase "states' rights" at the Neshoba County Fair, just a few miles from Philadelphia, Mississippi, a town associated with the 1964 murders of civil rights workers. Reagan said:
I believe in states' rights.... I believe we have distorted the balance of our government today by giving powers that were never intended to be given in the Constitution to that federal establishment.
He went on to promise to "restore to states and local governments the power that properly belongs to them."[1] The use of the phrase was seen by some as a tacit appeal to Southern white voters and a continuation of Richard Nixon's Southern Strategy, while others argued it merely reflected his libertarian economic beliefs.
great post, I reminded him about the 64 election- see above. They just love old Ronny.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#18604 Jul 18, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>great post, I reminded him about the 64 election- see above. They just love old Ronny.
Yes, I saw that after I posted. Course the white republican southerner is in a losing demographic position.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#18605 Jul 18, 2013
John Barrow a Conservative Democrat Rep. from Ga., along with the support of ICE, and other Rep., have written a bill that deals with the real problems of immigration, is being ignored. This bill called "Keeping the Promise of IRCA" is the most sensible approach at dealing with our illegal immigration that I've seen. I've tried several times to post this info only for it to be erased or links be corrupted. Here's a link that explains his approach to immigration reform.
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...

Since: Jan 10

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#18606 Jul 18, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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Io isn't the only poster to start changing his mind. The truth has become so obvious that anyone with any common sense is now seeing the truth. Those that still cling to their old beliefs are just ignorant or are in total denial.
People with common sense would have seen the truth some time ago. Why did it take so long to "now" see the truth?
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#18607 Jul 18, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, I saw that after I posted. Course the white republican southerner is in a losing demographic position.
I agree, but they do keep dreamin'!

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#18608 Jul 18, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>I am not claiming that you are or any of the other 'regulars' on here are overt racists, but would you deny that nearly all racists vote republican, why is that.
"but would you deny that nearly all racists vote republican, why is that?"

I added the question mark for you...

There are so many "available" responses to this post, but let's keep it simple:

Do you know and understand the definition of racism? It appears not. Can't black people be racist, too?

The vast majority of blacks are said to have voted for BO (90%+), so are you excluding them from your post? Oh, you mean WHITE racists, don't you?

If white people didn't vote for the black man because he's black (although I didn't vote for him because of his party, his ideas, his (lack of) plans, his lack of experience, etc.), isn't that the same thing as black people voting for the black man BECAUSE he's black?

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#18609 Jul 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
This is a bill that all americans should get behind.
https://www.numbersusa.com/content/news/may-2...
+1 almost.

I don't think there's a need to wait 2 years to require the use of E-verify.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#18610 Jul 18, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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+1 almost.
I don't think there's a need to wait 2 years to require the use of E-verify.
Agreed.
danger zone

Decatur, GA

#18611 Jul 18, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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"but would you deny that nearly all racists vote republican, why is that?"
I added the question mark for you...
There are so many "available" responses to this post, but let's keep it simple:
Do you know and understand the definition of racism? It appears not. Can't black people be racist, too?
The vast majority of blacks are said to have voted for BO (90%+), so are you excluding them from your post? Oh, you mean WHITE racists, don't you?
If white people didn't vote for the black man because he's black (although I didn't vote for him because of his party, his ideas, his (lack of) plans, his lack of experience, etc.), isn't that the same thing as black people voting for the black man BECAUSE he's black?
Bill, you don't mean? You aren't saying blacks can be racist, are you? Heavens NOoooooo!!!!!

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Naples,FL

#18612 Jul 18, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>I can't really substantiate it because, as far as I know, no one has surveyed or polled that. My statement was based on my personal observations and opinion. But anyone who lives in the south and is honest with themselves knows that it is true.
Knows "what" is true?

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Naples,FL

#18613 Jul 18, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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"but would you deny that nearly all racists vote republican, why is that?"
I added the question mark for you...
There are so many "available" responses to this post, but let's keep it simple:
Do you know and understand the definition of racism? It appears not. Can't black people be racist, too?
The vast majority of blacks are said to have voted for BO (90%+), so are you excluding them from your post? Oh, you mean WHITE racists, don't you?
If white people didn't vote for the black man because he's black (although I didn't vote for him because of his party, his ideas, his (lack of) plans, his lack of experience, etc.), isn't that the same thing as black people voting for the black man BECAUSE he's black?
Bill, some people just don't understand simple math, and those that do, when confronted with reality, move the goal posts.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Naples,FL

#18614 Jul 18, 2013
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#18615 Jul 18, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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"but would you deny that nearly all racists vote republican, why is that?"
I added the question mark for you...
There are so many "available" responses to this post, but let's keep it simple:
Do you know and understand the definition of racism? It appears not. Can't black people be racist, too?
The vast majority of blacks are said to have voted for BO (90%+), so are you excluding them from your post? Oh, you mean WHITE racists, don't you?
If white people didn't vote for the black man because he's black (although I didn't vote for him because of his party, his ideas, his (lack of) plans, his lack of experience, etc.), isn't that the same thing as black people voting for the black man BECAUSE he's black?
Yes, I was referring to white racists, simply because they are the only ones that I know personally. But I don't deny that there may well be black racists as well and it does stand to reason that they would vote democratic- and don't be adding anything to my post. If I had wanted a damn question mark there, I would have put one, Mr. Bill, okay.

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