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Herman Cain denies GOP's horrible history with blacks

There are 1707 comments on the FOX59.com story from Oct 4, 2011, titled Herman Cain denies GOP's horrible history with blacks. In it, FOX59.com reports that:

You would think that a black man born and raised in Georgia, who was a teenager during the civil rights movement, would understand the transition of African-Americans from voting overwhelmingly Republican to strongly supporting the Democratic Party.

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“SOMALILAND LOVE”

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#1 Oct 4, 2011
Makes me sick.
Nation of Imbeciles

San Antonio, TX

#2 Oct 4, 2011
CAIN now has incompetent, low rent handlers who are destined to deep-six him.
JethroB

Delavan, WI

#3 Oct 4, 2011
You guys must be confused with the Democrats like Robert Byrd, Woodrow Wilson, George Wallace, etc. Although Republican Warren Harding was in the Klan so was Democrat Harry Truman.
Nation of Imbeciles

San Antonio, TX

#4 Oct 4, 2011
JethroB wrote:
You guys must be confused with the Democrats like Robert Byrd, Woodrow Wilson, George Wallace, etc. Although Republican Warren Harding was in the Klan so was Democrat Harry Truman.
Huh? Well, i'm playing the Strom Thurman and Larry Craig cards. Looks like you get to drop to your knees and pucker up to the RINO of your choice, Bachmann & Palin not included. Say, you're a real winner!

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#5 Oct 4, 2011
JethroB wrote:
You guys must be confused with the Democrats like Robert Byrd, Woodrow Wilson, George Wallace, etc. Although Republican Warren Harding was in the Klan so was Democrat Harry Truman.
Not after the Southern strategy you moron

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#6 Oct 4, 2011
Blacks fear Cain.

“SOMALILAND LOVE”

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#7 Oct 4, 2011
CaptainBliss wrote:
Blacks fear Cain.
No, they loath him.
A Nnoyed

UK

#8 Oct 4, 2011
FaraxZeroIncome wrote:
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No, they loath him.
why?

He's highly intelligent, was born poor and made a massive success of himself through hard work.

What's not to like?

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#9 Oct 4, 2011
A Nnoyed wrote:
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why?
He's highly intelligent, was born poor and made a massive success of himself through hard work.
What's not to like?
You just said it.
He made it on his own without asking the government for help, special privileges because he's black, or crying about slavery. He intimidates most blacks.
Nation of Imbeciles

San Antonio, TX

#10 Oct 4, 2011
CaptainBliss wrote:
Blacks fear Cain.
Cain fears Cain.
Nation of Imbeciles

San Antonio, TX

#11 Oct 4, 2011
A Nnoyed wrote:
<quoted text>why?

He's highly intelligent, was born poor and made a massive success of himself through hard work.

What's not to like?
He's more methodical and pragmatic than highly intelligent but then most luddites who haven't achieved much find themselves saying the same thing. It's very telling to an onlooker.

“Shove your "Warnings"”

Since: Jul 11

where da sun don't shine....

#12 Oct 4, 2011
"You would think that a black man born and raised in Georgia, who was a teenager during the civil rights movement, would understand the transition of African-Americans from voting overwhelmingly Republican to strongly supporting the Democratic Party."

...a black man, huh?

That's just wrong, on SO many levels. First of all, it stereotypes blacks. How should this one man "understand" what EVERY African American has endured? Are the a ,
....monolith?

But besides that, whoever said that judged that man by the color of his skin, and THAT'S a DEFINITE no-no,
...from what I've heard.
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#13 Oct 4, 2011
A Nnoyed wrote:
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why?
He's highly intelligent, was born poor and made a massive success of himself through hard work.
What's not to like?
Hey if this gets out they may all have to go to work.

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#14 Oct 4, 2011
FaraxZeroIncome wrote:
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Not after the Southern strategy you moron
Studies have shown the people who switched to the Republican Party were not driven by race so much as economic and law and order issues.
In the 1968 election, the people you are talking about supported Wallace, not Nixon.
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The Democrat Party and it's allies have always played up the race issues as they do now with the Tea Party. Old habits die hard.
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Roland Martin is a reliable left wing toady. You notice how he ignored the history of Democrats and Blacks before Harry Truman? He never said why Goldwater did not support the REVISED 1964 civil rights act. Goldwater had good reasons.
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Blacks are brainwashed because of people like Roland S. Martin.

“honey is liquid sunshine”

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BeeHavin Ohio

#15 Oct 4, 2011
LookingToEscape wrote:
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Studies have shown the people who switched to the Republican Party were not driven by race so much as economic and law and order issues.
In the 1968 election, the people you are talking about supported Wallace, not Nixon.
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The Democrat Party and it's allies have always played up the race issues as they do now with the Tea Party. Old habits die hard.
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Roland Martin is a reliable left wing toady. You notice how he ignored the history of Democrats and Blacks before Harry Truman? He never said why Goldwater did not support the REVISED 1964 civil rights act. Goldwater had good reasons.
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Blacks are brainwashed because of people like Roland S. Martin.
anybody that would switch to the repubs are braindead.Repubs love
the rich hate the poor and will support the 1% that controls the 40% of the wealth.There is no choice for the working poor or non-working poor support repubs and boost the wealth of the wealthy.

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#16 Oct 4, 2011
iamcuriousnow wrote:
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anybody that would switch to the repubs are braindead.Repubs love
the rich hate the poor and will support the 1% that controls the 40% of the wealth.There is no choice for the working poor or non-working poor support repubs and boost the wealth of the wealthy.
We just blew 1 trillion dollars on spreading the wealth.
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I read China's economy is slowing down, I see why Obama is pushing hard for Stimulus, The Second.
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#17 Oct 4, 2011
iamcuriousnow wrote:
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anybody that would switch to the repubs are braindead.Repubs love
the rich hate the poor
Shouldn't everybody love the rich? They support the parasitic class and have for generations.

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#18 Oct 5, 2011
A Nnoyed wrote:
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why?
He's highly intelligent, was born poor and made a massive success of himself through hard work.
What's not to like?
A lot. He and his fellow Uncle Tom, Clarence Thomas (both from Ga btw) are out for self. They availed themselves to all the programs and freedoms that poor blacks and whites marched for and died for. Not only do they want to deny fellow young blacks the same opportunities they had, but they act as if they achieved the success they have on their own strength and merit and that couldn't be futher from the truth. That's why they're hated and detested by blacks.

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#19 Oct 5, 2011
just another guy wrote:
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Shouldn't everybody love the rich? They support the parasitic class and have for generations.
If it weren't for the so-called, parasitic classes, their wouldn't be any rich people, now would there? The fact that they want to bring back the days of indentured servitude and pay people what they want to pay with no benefits, days off, vaction or medical so that their pockets can become fatter is what the Republicans are helping them with. It ain't going to happen. This country will be turned on his head. We're moving forward in time not backwards.

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#20 Oct 5, 2011
LookingToEscape wrote:
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Studies have shown the people who switched to the Republican Party were not driven by race so much as economic and law and order issues.
In the 1968 election, the people you are talking about supported Wallace, not Nixon.
.
The Democrat Party and it's allies have always played up the race issues as they do now with the Tea Party. Old habits die hard.
.
Roland Martin is a reliable left wing toady. You notice how he ignored the history of Democrats and Blacks before Harry Truman? He never said why Goldwater did not support the REVISED 1964 civil rights act. Goldwater had good reasons.
.
Blacks are brainwashed because of people like Roland S. Martin.
How the hell are you going to say Blacks are brainwashed? We're not the ones voting against our own self interest to satisfy some need to feel you belong to some elite class of people (i.e. white). It's lower and middle-class Republicans who continually vote against their own self interest that are brainwashed, not us. You don't speak for Blacks so quit trying, k?

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