Democrat's embarrasing racist history.

Democrat's embarrasing racist history.

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Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#1 Dec 30, 2012
The Republican Party was founded by Anti-Slavery activists in 1954.

The Democrats passed the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 which overturned the Missouri Compromise and allowed for importation of slaves in the territories. This directly led to the formation of the anti-slavery, Republican Party.

Lincoln was a Republican and freed the slaves. Bull Conner was a Democrat. Separate but Equal had a lone dissenter - A Republican.

During the civil war, the "Radical Republicans" were given that name because they not only wanted to free the slaves, but also endow them with full citizenship, equality, and rights.

The civil rights bill was supported by a higher percentage of Republicans.

Eisenhower, a Republican, integrated the US military.

The KKK was an arm of the Southern Democratic Party.

150 Blacks and 20 whites founded the Texas Republican Party.

The fugitive slave law of 1850 was passed by Democrats.

100% of Republicans voted for Emancipation to 23% of Democrats.

Civil rights law (14th Amendment) passed giving blacks full civil rights and federal guarantee of those rights superseding state law. Every Republican voted for, every Democrat against (with some abstaining on both sides).

1870-1875 a republican congress passes many pro-black civil rights laws. In 1876, Democrats take control of the house and no new civil rights laws passed until 1957. In 1892 Dems gain control of house, senate, and White House and repeal all Republican-0-//3: civil rights laws.

Dems pass Jim Crow laws, poll taxes, literacy tests, etc in the states.
Ole Miss alum

Branson, MO

#2 Dec 30, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
The Republican Party was founded by Anti-Slavery activists in 1954.
The Democrats passed the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 which overturned the Missouri Compromise and allowed for importation of slaves in the territories. This directly led to the formation of the anti-slavery, Republican Party.
Lincoln was a Republican and freed the slaves. Bull Conner was a Democrat. Separate but Equal had a lone dissenter - A Republican.
During the civil war, the "Radical Republicans" were given that name because they not only wanted to free the slaves, but also endow them with full citizenship, equality, and rights.
The civil rights bill was supported by a higher percentage of Republicans.
Eisenhower, a Republican, integrated the US
military.
The KKK was an arm of the Southern Democratic Party.
150 Blacks and 20 whites founded the Texas Republican Party.
The fugitive slave law of 1850 was passed by Democrats.
100% of Republicans voted for Emancipation to 23% of Democrats.
Civil rights law (14th Amendment) passed giving blacks full civil rights and federal guarantee of those rights superseding state law. Every Republican voted for, every Democrat against (with some abstaining on both sides).
1870-1875 a republican congress passes many pro-black civil rights laws. In 1876, Democrats take control of the house and no new civil rights
laws passed until 1957. In 1892 Dems gain control of house, senate, and White House and repeal all Republican-0-//3: civil rights laws.
Dems pass Jim Crow laws, poll taxes, literacy tests, etc in the states.
First off I am not sure someone is not using your name KYC and posting falsehoods.
I have agreed with 100% of what you said before but the war between the states was not about slavery but economic freedom and states rights. To say it was about slavery legitimizes the civil rights movement and that is wrong. It's that crap
that has hurt the conservative movement in the past decades. The social order was such that we were safe and things were good in the south. Please don't give people the idea that republicans were in any way responsible for the changes that destroyed a beautiful way of life.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#3 Dec 30, 2012
There has been an attempt to decrease the importance of slavery as one of the reasons behind the civil war in recent years. Most likely because it embarrasses the Democrats. The reality is, slavery was a major reason for the war. There were millions who believed slavery was an abomination and a disgrace. And they largely resided in the Republican party.

I don't understand 'To say it was about slavery legitimizes the civil rights movement and that is wrong'. That would suggest that civil rights was wrong, and I don't think that is what you meant.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#4 Dec 30, 2012
For many of you, these are all new facts. You are probably wondering how your knowledge of this history was so lacking. The answer is in the public school system. There has been a deliberate attempt to rewrite history. The liberals have control of the school system and they will leave out anything inconvenient to their agenda. History books for students lack this inconvenient history. Open your school history books and try to find this information. I'd say this is a rather important piece of history that is being left out. Liberalism thrives in controlled education. Conservatism thrives in real education. Since your teachers may have failed you, I'm happy to catch you up.
Old time democrat

Grain Valley, MO

#5 Dec 30, 2012
Interesting !
HoodRat

Rolla, MO

#6 Dec 30, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
For many of you, these are all new facts. You are probably wondering how your knowledge of this history was so lacking. The answer is in the public school system. There has been a deliberate attempt to rewrite history. The liberals have control of the school system and they will leave out anything inconvenient to their agenda. History books for students lack this inconvenient history. Open your school history books and try to find this information. I'd say this is a rather important piece of history that is being left out. Liberalism thrives in controlled education. Conservatism thrives in real education. Since your teachers may have failed you, I'm happy to catch you up.
No. These are old facts. They don't relate to anything that has happened in the last 50 years.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#7 Dec 30, 2012
HoodRat wrote:
<quoted text>No. These are old facts. They don't relate to anything that has happened in the last 50 years.
So tell us what has happened then.
HoodRat

Rolla, MO

#8 Dec 30, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
<quoted text>
So tell us what has happened then.
The democrats elected a black guy as president.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#9 Dec 30, 2012
HoodRat wrote:
<quoted text>The democrats elected a black guy as president.
Democrats have been successful in hiding their past. They took advantage of a huge voting block and have lied their way into this position. How many black people that are Democrats today would you guess know the true history of the party they support?

What party is helping blacks today?
-Blacks have one of the highest unemployment rates at 13.2%.
-The poor are disproportionately represented by blacks.
-Blacks get the weakest teachers, the lowest level courses, and less is spent on them for education. Their test scores and graduation rates reflect it.
-Schools are more segregated today than they were in the 60's largely due to poverty trends.
-More black men are in prison today than were enslaved in 1850.
-In 1940, 86% of black children were born inside marriage. Today it is 35%.
-In 1940, 15% of black children were illegitimate. 26% in 1960. Today it is 70%.

Democrats have destroyed the black family through welfare payments of food stamps, subsidized housing, etc. that have supplanted a father. Democrats legalizing abortion has been a black slaughter as poor people tend to abort at much higher rates. Democrats have denied school vouchers as a way to help black students seek a better education at non-failing schools.

The fact that blacks voted for a (half) black does not erase the history or the current policies that hurt them. The people that voted Obama have been sufficiently brainwashed as you have been. A vote for a party does not ensure that party has your best interest at heart. The Democrats have simply switched from persecution to "helping" those they perceive as inferior. And Obama just doesn't care. He just wants the power.
HoodRat

Rolla, MO

#10 Dec 31, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
<quoted text>
Democrats have been successful in hiding their past. They took advantage of a huge voting block and have lied their way into this position. How many black people that are Democrats today would you guess know the true history of the party they support?
What party is helping blacks today?
-Blacks have one of the highest unemployment rates at 13.2%.
-The poor are disproportionately represented by blacks.
-Blacks get the weakest teachers, the lowest level courses, and less is spent on them for education. Their test scores and graduation rates reflect it.
-Schools are more segregated today than they were in the 60's largely due to poverty trends.
-More black men are in prison today than were enslaved in 1850.
-In 1940, 86% of black children were born inside marriage. Today it is 35%.
-In 1940, 15% of black children were illegitimate. 26% in 1960. Today it is 70%.
Democrats have destroyed the black family through welfare payments of food stamps, subsidized housing, etc. that have supplanted a father. Democrats legalizing abortion has been a black slaughter as poor people tend to abort at much higher rates. Democrats have denied school vouchers as a way to help black students seek a better education at non-failing schools.
The fact that blacks voted for a (half) black does not erase the history or the current policies that hurt them. The people that voted Obama have been sufficiently brainwashed as you have been. A vote for a party does not ensure that party has your best interest at heart. The Democrats have simply switched from persecution to "helping" those they perceive as inferior. And Obama just doesn't care. He just wants the power.
George Wallace was your kind of Democrat. But those times are gone. All that deep south racist crowd is now conservative, tea-bagger, FOX Noise, Rush and Republican.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#11 Dec 31, 2012
HoodRat wrote:
<quoted text>George Wallace was your kind of Democrat. But those times are gone. All that deep south racist crowd is now conservative, tea-bagger, FOX Noise, Rush and Republican.
So what you are saying is the Democrats became Republicans and the Republicans became Democrats. You are as brilliant as your name.
Franklin

Rolla, MO

#12 Dec 31, 2012
You don't know what you're talking about. The issue is not with party but with liberal and conservative ideologies. The Republican party was originally the LIBERAL party: bigger government, increase expenditures on transportation improvements, expenditures on land grant colleges,and restriction of slavery in the territories. The Democrat Party before Truman was the party of the CONSERVATIVE SOUTH. After FDR was the party of BIG GOVERNMENT.

At the Chicago nominating Convention during the Election of 1912 the Republican Party became devoted to bigger business over bigger government (might want to look that up as well). The Southern wing of the part began crumbling because Democrats beginning with President Harry Truman and Senator Hubert Humphrey acted and spoke (respectively) for greater Civil Rights legislation in 1947 and 1948 (repsectively).

Again, you are confusing the parties for their liberal/conservative shifts. The parties today are not the same as the parties in the Nineteenth Century. Period. Therefore every passage that you mentioned to give exaltation to the Republican Party is incorrectly given out of context.

Killa, since you are so knowledgable about things, why don't you look into why the Republican Party nominated Richard Nixon so easily in 1968?

In 1960 MLK courted the support of both parties for Civil Rights.
Concerning 1968, I'll illuminate you since you might not be capable of finding it, Nixon achieved the Southern support (which was beyond crucial) of the largely completely defected Southern wing of the Democrat Party. His major threat was George Wallace and His American Independent Party which scared Nixon worse than Humphrey. So Nixon dealt with Strom Thurmond (State's Rights and former DixieCrat) to go cold on Civil Rights in exchange for the quick and efficient support of the South. Nixon, then president, refused to support integrated bussing (not saying that he should or shouldn't have) and appointed conservative justices to the supreme court. It's one of the great little known reasons that Southern states are Red today and blacks vote with the Democrat party and not "the party of Lincoln."
Lincoln was a Republican and freed the slaves. Bull Conner was a Democrat. Separate but Equal had a lone dissenter - A Republican.

Below: I'm going to address a few of other points. "Radical Republicans" largely failed to remake the South. Despite the fact that they passed the 14th and 15th Amendments, little was done to exact real change and land reform which was what blacks really desired. Their legislative achievements were accomplished with support from moderate Republicans.

Harry Truman, a Democrat, established executive order 9981 calling for a desegregated military. Here is the link to that document.
http://www.trumanlibrary.org/photos/9981a.jpg

"The KKK was an arm of the Southern Democratic Party." The Democrat party was the conservative party-smaller government and states rights/fewer taxes.

"The fugitive slave law of 1850 was passed by Democrats." The Republican Party did not exist yet, and the FSL was proposed by Henry Clay who was Abraham Lincoln's most favorite politician and the man whom many other Republicans admired as well. Clay did this to save the Union. Yet another fact of yours taken incorrectly, out of context.

100% of Republicans voted for Emancipation to 23% of Democrats.

"Dems pass Jim Crow laws, poll taxes, literacy tests, etc in the states." (BOTH PARTIES) allowed these to exist during the 90 years that followed Civil War Reconstruction. Your partisanship damaged your argument.

Political Parties are the bane of our existence, not government, Killa. They will bring this country down. Washington knew that; read him-might give you a different prospective on things. However, if you live in ignorance, misquoting facts to serve a presupposed agenda then little I will say will do anything to persuade you one way or the other.
Franklin

Rolla, MO

#13 Dec 31, 2012
You don't know what you're talking about. The issue is not with party but with liberal and conservative ideologies. The Republican party was originally the LIBERAL party: bigger government, increase expenditures on transportation improvements, expenditures on land grant colleges,and restriction of slavery in the territories. The Democrat Party before Truman was the party of the CONSERVATIVE SOUTH. After FDR was the party of BIG GOVERNMENT.

At the Chicago nominating Convention during the Election of 1912 the Republican Party became devoted to bigger business over bigger government (might want to look that up as well). The Southern wing of the part began crumbling because Democrats beginning with President Harry Truman and Senator Hubert Humphrey acted and spoke (respectively) for greater Civil Rights legislation in 1947 and 1948 (repsectively).

Again, you are confusing the parties for their liberal/conservative shifts. The parties today are not the same as the parties in the Nineteenth Century. Period. Therefore every passage that you mentioned to give exaltation to the Republican Party is incorrectly given out of context.

Killa, since you are so knowledgable about things, why don't you look into why the Republican Party nominated Richard Nixon so easily in 1968?

In 1960 MLK courted the support of both parties for Civil Rights.
Concerning 1968, I'll illuminate you since you might not be capable of finding it, Nixon achieved the Southern support (which was beyond crucial) of the largely completely defected Southern wing of the Democrat Party. His major threat was George Wallace and His American Independent Party which scared Nixon worse than Humphrey. So Nixon dealt with Strom Thurmond (State's Rights and former DixieCrat) to go cold on Civil Rights in exchange for the quick and efficient support of the South. Nixon, then president, refused to support integrated bussing (not saying that he should or shouldn't have) and appointed conservative justices to the supreme court. It's one of the great little known reasons that Southern states are Red today and blacks vote with the Democrat party and not "the party of Lincoln."
Lincoln was a Republican and freed the slaves. Bull Conner was a Democrat. Separate but Equal had a lone dissenter - A Republican.

Below: I'm going to address a few of other points. "Radical Republicans" largely failed to remake the South. Despite the fact that they passed the 14th and 15th Amendments, little was done to exact real change and land reform which was what blacks really desired. Their legislative achievements were accomplished with support from moderate Republicans.

Harry Truman, a Democrat, established executive order 9981 calling for a desegregated military. Here is the link to that document.
http://www.trumanlibrary.org/photos/9981a.jpg

"The KKK was an arm of the Southern Democratic Party." The Democrat party was the conservative party-smaller government and states rights/fewer taxes.

"The fugitive slave law of 1850 was passed by Democrats." The Republican Party did not exist yet, and the FSL was proposed by Henry Clay who was Abraham Lincoln's most favorite politician and the man whom many other Republicans admired as well. Clay did this to save the Union. Yet another fact of yours taken incorrectly, out of context.

100% of Republicans voted for Emancipation to 23% of Democrats.

Dems pass Jim Crow laws, poll taxes, literacy tests, etc in the states.(BOTH PARTIES) allowed these to exist during the 90 years that followed Civil War Reconstruction. Your partisanship damaged your argument.

Political Parties are the bane of our existence, not government, Killa. They will bring this country down. Washington knew that; read him-might give you a different prospective on things.
Franklin

Rolla, MO

#14 Dec 31, 2012
You don't know what you're talking about. The issue is not with party but with liberal and conservative ideologies. The Republican party was originally the LIBERAL party: bigger government, increase expenditures on transportation improvements, expenditures on land grant colleges,and restriction of slavery in the territories. The Democrat Party before Truman was the party of the CONSERVATIVE SOUTH. After FDR was the party of BIG GOVERNMENT.

At the Chicago nominating Convention during the Election of 1912 the Republican Party became devoted to bigger business over bigger government (might want to look that up as well). The Southern wing of the part began crumbling because Democrats beginning with President Harry Truman and Senator Hubert Humphrey acted and spoke (respectively) for greater Civil Rights legislation in 1947 and 1948 (repsectively).

Again, you are confusing the parties for their liberal/conservative shifts. The parties today are not the same as the parties in the Nineteenth Century. Period. Therefore every passage that you mentioned to give exaltation to the Republican Party is incorrectly given out of context.

Killa, since you are so knowledgable about things, why don't you look into why the Republican Party nominated Richard Nixon so easily in 1968?

In 1960 MLK courted the support of both parties for Civil Rights.
Concerning 1968, I'll illuminate you since you might not be capable of finding it, Nixon achieved the Southern support (which was beyond crucial) of the largely completely defected Southern wing of the Democrat Party. His major threat was George Wallace and His American Independent Party which scared Nixon worse than Humphrey. So Nixon dealt with Strom Thurmond (State's Rights and former DixieCrat) to go cold on Civil Rights in exchange for the quick and efficient support of the South. Nixon, then president, refused to support integrated bussing (not saying that he should or shouldn't have) and appointed conservative justices to the supreme court. It's one of the great little known reasons that Southern states are Red today and blacks vote with the Democrat party and not "the party of Lincoln."
Lincoln was a Republican and freed the slaves. Bull Conner was a Democrat. Separate but Equal had a lone dissenter - A Republican.

Below: I'm going to address a few of other points. "Radical Republicans" largely failed to remake the South. Despite the fact that they passed the 14th and 15th Amendments, little was done to exact real change and land reform which was what blacks really desired. Their legislative achievements were accomplished with support from moderate Republicans.

Harry Truman, a Democrat, established executive order 9981 calling for a desegregated military. Here is the link to that document.
http://www.trumanlibrary.org/photos/9981a.jpg

"The KKK was an arm of the Southern Democratic Party." The Democrat party was the conservative party-smaller government and states rights/fewer taxes.

"The fugitive slave law of 1850 was passed by Democrats." The Republican Party did not exist yet, and the FSL was proposed by Henry Clay who was Abraham Lincoln's most favorite politician and the man whom many other Republicans admired as well. Clay did this to save the Union. Yet another fact of yours taken incorrectly, out of context.

100% of Republicans voted for Emancipation to 23% of Democrats.

"Dems pass Jim Crow laws, poll taxes, literacy tests, etc in the states." (BOTH PARTIES) allowed these to exist during the 90 years that followed Civil War Reconstruction. Your partisanship damaged your argument.

Political Parties are the bane of our existence, not government, Killa. They will bring this country down. Washington knew that; read him-might give you a different prospective on things.

Since: Sep 08

Neon City Oh.

#15 Dec 31, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
The Republican Party was founded by Anti-Slavery activists in 1954.
The Democrats passed the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 which overturned the Missouri Compromise and allowed for importation of slaves in the territories. This directly led to the formation of the anti-slavery, Republican Party.
Lincoln was a Republican and freed the slaves. Bull Conner was a Democrat. Separate but Equal had a lone dissenter - A Republican.
During the civil war, the "Radical Republicans" were given that name because they not only wanted to free the slaves, but also endow them with full citizenship, equality, and rights.
The civil rights bill was supported by a higher percentage of Republicans.
Eisenhower, a Republican, integrated the US military.
The KKK was an arm of the Southern Democratic Party.
150 Blacks and 20 whites founded the Texas Republican Party.
The fugitive slave law of 1850 was passed by Democrats.
100% of Republicans voted for Emancipation to 23% of Democrats.
Civil rights law (14th Amendment) passed giving blacks full civil rights and federal guarantee of those rights superseding state law. Every Republican voted for, every Democrat against (with some abstaining on both sides).
1870-1875 a republican congress passes many pro-black civil rights laws. In 1876, Democrats take control of the house and no new civil rights laws passed until 1957. In 1892 Dems gain control of house, senate, and White House and repeal all Republican-0-//3: civil rights laws.
Dems pass Jim Crow laws, poll taxes, literacy tests, etc in the states.
Try to enter the 21st century someday.
Or at least try to enter the human race.
HoodRat

Rolla, MO

#16 Dec 31, 2012
All good points, but you folks are wasting your breath arguing with this killa idiot. He is not worthy. He is simple like a creek minnow.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#17 Dec 31, 2012
Franklin wrote:
That is a whole load to respond to and I'm happy to address it all with you. But in the interest of making this a conversation rather than an exchange of novels, let's start with the beginning and work our way forward.

I made no claim that the Republican Party has always been the party of small government nor the Democratic Party was always the party of big government. The claim I would make is that the Republicans have consistently been on the right side of race relations and Democrats have consistently been on the wrong side. Can we agree on that?
Furby

Rolla, MO

#19 Dec 31, 2012
HoodRat wrote:
All good points, but you folks are wasting your breath arguing with this killa idiot. He is not worthy. He is simple like a creek minnow.
Ain't that the gospel truth.
Franklin

Rolla, MO

#20 Jan 1, 2013
I can't agree with you Killa, because you are wrong. The legislative achievements of both parties are mixed when it comes to Civil Rights. You don't like length because detail(s) proves you wrong.
real truth

Rolla, MO

#23 Jan 1, 2013
Bloodfart wrote:
If i may jump in here. The point here is this, i am a conservative republican, and too many times on here people have said the we, republicans, tea party, conservatives, are racist. And i always reply with "give me an example". Tho the ones who make these claims can never pony up. Do not label someone a racist if you can not provide proof.
The dems elected a black president! You have made Rolla and everyone reading this more stupid by typing that. The private citizens elected a black president twice. Democrats, republicans, independents, whites, blacks, jews, asians, whatever.
The point is that the democratic party, if you really use your brain, has enslaved a culture of citizens.
What do you think this is? Opposite day? The exact opposite of the things you say are true.

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