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Old 01-09-2012, 12:45 PM
Location: California
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Since the days of Richard Nixon’s “Southern strategy,” the Republican Party has wooed angry whites with coded messages designed to play to racial prejudices – and that pattern has come back strong in Campaign 2012 as the GOP seeks to rid the White House of a black Democrat.
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Fleecing the Angry Whites | Consortiumnews
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:39 PM
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And this is why Obama's going to be re-elected. He's the best marketing tool the GOP has had in a generation. Not even Ol' Slick Willy Clinton could generate the kind of apoplectic outrage O'Bummer gets with just the mere mention of his name.

Carnies, pro wrestling promoters, Vegas casino managers, and the GOP leadership know you keep the rubes' attention by playing the long con.
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