Is Graves Dem Party Racist

Is Graves Dem Party Racist

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Shameful

Benton, KY

#1 Oct 4, 2012
Why doesn't the Graves County Democrat Party not have even one sign up for Obama in their window? You have to wonder don't you? They have put up signs for every other Presidential candidate the party has run, but let it be Obama, all of a sudden no sign in the window. Not even one! Don't believe me? Look at the party headquarters on the south side of the court square. Such a shame that the.people are so disrespected!
Registered Democrat

Burlington, WI

#2 Oct 4, 2012
Shameful wrote:
Why doesn't the Graves County Democrat Party not have even one sign up for Obama in their window? You have to wonder don't you? They have put up signs for every other Presidential candidate the party has run, but let it be Obama, all of a sudden no sign in the window. Not even one! Don't believe me? Look at the party headquarters on the south side of the court square. Such a shame that the.people are so disrespected!
Maybe it is due to the fact that REGARDLESS OF RACE, Obama is a failure as a president. Maybe they have realized that it is time to hang up the "party politics" and do what is really best for the country. What is really a shame is that people will vote for somebody based totally on party and it's even more of a shame that people will vote for Obama just because he is black so they won't seem to be prejudice. I don't know of anything, not one thing, that he has done productive for this country. Just the oposite, he has ran us deeper in the ditch than we were four years ago!

P.S. Obama is just as much white as he is black.
registered republican

Mayfield, KY

#3 Oct 4, 2012
Registered Democrat wrote:
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Maybe it is due to the fact that REGARDLESS OF RACE, Obama is a failure as a president. Maybe they have realized that it is time to hang up the "party politics" and do what is really best for the country. What is really a shame is that people will vote for somebody based totally on party and it's even more of a shame that people will vote for Obama just because he is black so they won't seem to be prejudice. I don't know of anything, not one thing, that he has done productive for this country. Just the oposite, he has ran us deeper in the ditch than we were four years ago!
P.S. Obama is just as much white as he is black.
Deeper in the ditch huh..W dug the damn thing or can you remember back that far.Lets fire big bird!!!!
unknown

Lake Charles, LA

#4 Oct 4, 2012
registered republican wrote:
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Deeper in the ditch huh..W dug the damn thing or can you remember back that far.Lets fire big bird!!!!
It's his policies that's putting us deeper into the ditch your talking about. He has said with the policies he wants, your electric and gas bills will go up. If he is for the poor and middle class why and the hell would you vote for obama. If they go up so does everything else that you do will go up, like food you eat. your voting for the party or your black or both. get your headand wake up. out of your ass
Mel

Hickory, KY

#5 Oct 4, 2012
Shameful wrote:
Why doesn't the Graves County Democrat Party not have even one sign up for Obama in their window? You have to wonder don't you? They have put up signs for every other Presidential candidate the party has run, but let it be Obama, all of a sudden no sign in the window. Not even one! Don't believe me? Look at the party headquarters on the south side of the court square. Such a shame that the.people are so disrespected!
Obama will not carry Ky I think in part some of them hate the job he has done.Which he stinks as a president. The ones that will never vote republican for anything are the racists. It is the Yellow dog Democrats I am talking about who still think that Harry Truman runs the party. Unfortunately The Party headquarters is racist or they would at least sho some token support. Most of them will stay home and not vote for either one. It is sad how Graves co runs the politics here. Most conservative bunch of people in the world and they vote for lefty liberals.
Registered Democrat

Burlington, WI

#6 Oct 4, 2012
My mom is in her 80's and has always been a hard-core Democrat and very involved in the party. For the last several terms she has grown more and more disgusted with what use to be her party, "the working people's party". It took a lot for her to vote Republican but she has several times in the past several years.(It's kind of funny and we kid her about it because she really don't want anybody to know. lol) I believe the thing that turned her against them is the same thing that turned me against them, their turning their back completely on biblical morals. She will be voting Republican again this time. We called the courthouse and ordered her absentee ballot today. Knowing how dedicated to the Democrat Party she has always been, I am proud of her for voting according to her biblical morals instead of going along with the party no matter what like a whole lot of people do.

“Dropping Knowledge on Fools”

Since: Nov 11

the mean streets of the 270

#7 Oct 5, 2012
unknown wrote:
<quoted text>It's his policies that's putting us deeper into the ditch your talking about. He has said with the policies he wants, your electric and gas bills will go up. If he is for the poor and middle class why and the hell would you vote for obama. If they go up so does everything else that you do will go up, like food you eat. your voting for the party or your black or both. get your headand wake up. out of your ass
So you really think that Mitt Romney is better for the poor, the middle class, or blacks?

“Dropping Knowledge on Fools”

Since: Nov 11

the mean streets of the 270

#8 Oct 5, 2012
Registered Democrat wrote:
My mom is in her 80's and has always been a hard-core Democrat and very involved in the party. For the last several terms she has grown more and more disgusted with what use to be her party, "the working people's party". It took a lot for her to vote Republican but she has several times in the past several years.(It's kind of funny and we kid her about it because she really don't want anybody to know. lol) I believe the thing that turned her against them is the same thing that turned me against them, their turning their back completely on biblical morals. She will be voting Republican again this time. We called the courthouse and ordered her absentee ballot today. Knowing how dedicated to the Democrat Party she has always been, I am proud of her for voting according to her biblical morals instead of going along with the party no matter what like a whole lot of people do.
I would make the argument that the fundamental doctrines of the right versus the left are considerably less "Christian". If Jesus did exist I see no reason to believe that he would be pro military, pro wealth, or a nationalist.

In fairness I don't see an overwhelming amount of evidence to believe that he existed in the first place, and even less that he was magic. But when you dig in the Old Testament you can find all sorts of crazy conservative stuff. Even without any sort of historical validity, I don't know that the bible is a good ethical foundation for the world in 2012 anyway. The good stuff in there can quickly be overshadowed by the bad.
Say what

Paducah, KY

#9 Oct 5, 2012
You mean they didn't put up even a single sign for Obama? That's unbelievable! You would think party headquarters wouldn't think like that!
unknown

Lake Charles, LA

#10 Oct 5, 2012
Ubereem wrote:
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So you really think that Mitt Romney is better for the poor, the middle class, or blacks?
yes
Mel

Hickory, KY

#11 Oct 5, 2012
Ubereem wrote:
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So you really think that Mitt Romney is better for the poor, the middle class, or blacks?
Yes I do. The last 4 years tells me that as well as the fact that again Mr Obama seems like A nice fellow but It will take a business man over a community organizer to fix this mess. Blaming Bush is not going to get the job done. Obama has had four years and he made a bade economic situation much much worse.
Sorry Comrade

Paducah, KY

#12 Oct 5, 2012
registered republican wrote:
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Deeper in the ditch huh..W dug the damn thing or can you remember back that far.Lets fire big bird!!!!
Incredibly sad after that lengthy and revealing debate your take away from it is the channel 6 foolish two minute story about the big bird comment. By the way, any previous administrations debt pales in comparison to the wild excesses of the Obammer administration. I know, you are still thinking about Big Bird because that is what you can wrap your mind around.
Registered Democrat

Burlington, WI

#13 Oct 5, 2012
Mel wrote:
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Yes I do. The last 4 years tells me that as well as the fact that again Mr Obama seems like A nice fellow but It will take a business man over a community organizer to fix this mess. Blaming Bush is not going to get the job done. Obama has had four years and he made a bade economic situation much much worse.
Agreed! I don't know what people were thinking electing a "community organizer" to run a country. I think people were just voting on "the cool factor". Then again, he didn't have any compitition either. We would have just been up some other shit creek with McCain but I don't think it would be anywhere near this bad. Honestly I am not crazy about Romney but I really do think he is the one who can pull us out of this mess. He is a great businessman no doubt. There will be JOBS with Romney in charge. People are going to have to decide what they want: the cool, popular president still with no helpful experience-Obama OR a business-minded president that knows how to run things-Romney. Should Obama be re-elected, those who vote for him don't have the right to complain when they are the ones out of a job, lose their home, etc.

It is pretty rediculous that Obama and his supporters still blame Bush for everything wrong. The housing crisis is a result of the Clinton administration. It was his idea that everybody deserved a house, whether they could afford it or not.
Mel

Hickory, KY

#14 Oct 5, 2012
Registered Democrat wrote:
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Agreed! I don't know what people were thinking electing a "community organizer" to run a country. I think people were just voting on "the cool factor". Then again, he didn't have any compitition either. We would have just been up some other shit creek with McCain but I don't think it would be anywhere near this bad. Honestly I am not crazy about Romney but I really do think he is the one who can pull us out of this mess. He is a great businessman no doubt. There will be JOBS with Romney in charge. People are going to have to decide what they want: the cool, popular president still with no helpful experience-Obama OR a business-minded president that knows how to run things-Romney. Should Obama be re-elected, those who vote for him don't have the right to complain when they are the ones out of a job, lose their home, etc.
It is pretty rediculous that Obama and his supporters still blame Bush for everything wrong. The housing crisis is a result of the Clinton administration. It was his idea that everybody deserved a house, whether they could afford it or not.
I agree with you as well. My concern is not Ky It is these states who have this completely different view of the world. You would think at the end of the day people who are pro life and pro choice can put that issues aside for the sake of putting food on the table as well as being pro gay marriage and pro traditional marriage. My concern is will Romney convince extreme lefty types to vote there wallet. Will the sizable amount of people out there who want handouts who are out there decide they would find more self respect in working and vote for Romney. That is not to say that all pepole are milking the system but wel all are aware of those that do. Can California and Hollywierd along with New York vote with common sense and vote Romney. I am not a huge fan of hime either but he clearly is what is needed to fix this mess that Obama has made worse. I am a pro life poro traditional marriage conservative but I will put them aside to fix this debt and get things in a better shape for my children.
Registered Democrat

Burlington, WI

#15 Oct 5, 2012
Mel wrote:
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I agree with you as well. My concern is not Ky It is these states who have this completely different view of the world. You would think at the end of the day people who are pro life and pro choice can put that issues aside for the sake of putting food on the table as well as being pro gay marriage and pro traditional marriage. My concern is will Romney convince extreme lefty types to vote there wallet. Will the sizable amount of people out there who want handouts who are out there decide they would find more self respect in working and vote for Romney. That is not to say that all pepole are milking the system but wel all are aware of those that do. Can California and Hollywierd along with New York vote with common sense and vote Romney. I am not a huge fan of hime either but he clearly is what is needed to fix this mess that Obama has made worse. I am a pro life poro traditional marriage conservative but I will put them aside to fix this debt and get things in a better shape for my children.
I'm sure there will be those who will vote for Obama just because he is black and some just because he is a Democrat. Then when everything gets worse than it already is they will still blame Bush. You can't help stupid.
Registered Democrat

Burlington, WI

#16 Oct 5, 2012
Mel wrote:
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I agree with you as well. My concern is not Ky It is these states who have this completely different view of the world. You would think at the end of the day people who are pro life and pro choice can put that issues aside for the sake of putting food on the table as well as being pro gay marriage and pro traditional marriage....I am a pro life poro traditional marriage conservative but I will put them aside to fix this debt and get things in a better shape for my children.


Rich or poor, I refuse to budge on the moral issues because in the end I know I will answer to God. This mess down here on earth is just temporary. I'm not going to compromise something eternal for temporary comfort.
To The Point

Kirksey, KY

#17 Oct 5, 2012
Most of the people who vote for Obama,dont care about taxes or jobs.they dont work nor want to.They sleep all day,Eat the food that we as tax payers pay for,then talk on the welfare phone that Obama gave them from our tax dollars. One Big Ass Mistake America
Mel

Hickory, KY

#18 Oct 6, 2012
Registered Democrat wrote:
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Rich or poor, I refuse to budge on the moral issues because in the end I know I will answer to God. This mess down here on earth is just temporary. I'm not going to compromise something eternal for temporary comfort.
I agree with you in part but depending on your denomination we do not know the day or the hour when he will come so we have to be ready. It could be in the next 2 minutes or the next 200 years. We have to live each day as if it were our last and we have to do our best to get this debt down for our children. I would never make a deal with the devil but I can put these issues aside for now in the hopes that people like the freak show in California might at least see that jobs and money are important. I do not think Romney is a strong social conservative which is sad but he will not hurt the social conservative movement. Obama will kill it with glee. Like a homosexul in the locker room of a pro football team. You would hope that most lefty types could at least agree on the jobs and the money issue.
registered democrat

Mayfield, KY

#19 Oct 9, 2012
Ubereem wrote:
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So you really think that Mitt Romney is better for the poor, the middle class, or blacks?
Yes!
haha

United States

#20 Oct 10, 2012
Ubereem wrote:
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So you really think that Mitt Romney is better for the poor, the middle class, or blacks?
i have seen romney signs in the yards of ppl i know get ssi. its sad they are so mislead and watch fox news. were all going to be in the streets if romney wins

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