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Old 03-19-2013, 08:33 PM
 
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I don't think blacks voted for Obama because he is black because not many blacks supported Herman Cain or Alan Keyes. They vote for whoever will give them bigger government and promises them more government and they vote for the pro-abortion candidate and the candidate who promises to attract more illegals. It seems that many blacks hate the idea of living in a country where whites are the majority and think everything is much better south of the border so want this country ruled like a hispanic nation.
No, blacks voted for the Democrat because they have wised up and realized many Republicans hate them.
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:41 PM
 
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I don't think blacks voted for Obama because he is black because not many blacks supported Herman Cain or Alan Keyes. They vote for whoever will give them bigger government and promises them more government and they vote for the pro-abortion candidate and the candidate who promises to attract more illegals. It seems that many blacks hate the idea of living in a country where whites are the majority and think everything is much better south of the border so want this country ruled like a hispanic nation.
Please...its you white folks that brought these illegals here by the millions in the first place. Yall wanted the cheap labor...now you've got that and more.

Now that you can't send them back, you wanna blame us black folks because you're bitter that someday you won't be the majority anymore.

Oh well. How'd that cheap labor work out?
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:45 PM
 
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Please...its you white folks that brought these illegals here by the millions in the first place. Yall wanted the cheap labor...now you've got that and more.

Now that you can't send them back, you wanna blame us black folks because you're bitter that someday you won't be the majority anymore.

Oh well. How'd that cheap labor work out?
I'm pretty sure the people employing the illegal immigrants are White. When I look at the CEO's of beef industry, poultry industry, and agriculture industry, they all look white to me. Doesn't stop a republican from blaming another minority or the evil liburulz.
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:31 AM
 
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While sifting through a stack of small town news papers from 1971, I came across an article covering the Nixon campaign. Bob Dole was quoted as saying "Nixon got 10% of the Black vote," and he expected Nixon to get 30% of the Black vote next time. He went on to say that the Republican party was not into to making headlines but that Republicans "had many Black friends."
The enthusiasm alone in Dole's statements shows how far the Republican party has drifted.
If the GOP can't find minority friends they can forget about running minority candidates or getting minority votes.
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Old 03-20-2013, 10:42 AM
 
Location: Alameda, CA
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We have had some blacks publicly state they voted for him due to color. And I get it that blacks, when they do vote, will vote for a Democrat more often than not. And to be honest, that is their problem. It is partially a messaging problem by the GOP in actually getting the message out, but a large part of it is if some of these people cant see what they are getting by voting for liberalism, then what can you do? You want to be a prop for the Democratic Party and be bought with this and that and treated like you are victims, that is your problem.

And I dont blame blacks for Obama being elected. I dont know who does. I blame plenty of people/groups. For one, I blame the losers in our society who care more about a pop culture icon than anything else, making it all out to be a popularity contest. I blame my party which needs to boot out the establishment and run on Conservatism for once. I blame a corrupt and lying media who bends over backwards for liberals, and especially Obama. I blame our society, which continues to decline in so many ways. I dont blame black people. But I do blame them for a majority of them continuing to fall in line for Democrats who, quite frankly, dont give one damn about them. Time for the victim nonsense to stop. Time for calling everyone a racist to stop.
Talk about victim mentality!
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Old 03-21-2013, 07:39 AM
 
Location: Charlotte NC
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I dont blame black people. But I do blame them for a majority of them continuing to fall in line for Democrats....
huh?
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