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Free State of Jones

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Tuesday, July 5, 2016 8:19 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Watched it this past weekend. I liked it more than I thought I would.

McConaughey still does well, and for the ladies I think he does take his shirt off a few times.
Another excellent work by Gugu Mbatha-Raw, following Belle, Odd Thomas, Beyond the Lights.

If you liked Belle or 12 Years a Slave, you may like this as well. Belle also has some degree of political content, as an important historical event.

I do recommend this film, however those who are liberals and dislike facts or real history, this film does not whitewash the politics like 12 Years, and you may need to cover your ears and close your eyes for scenes that remind you or other Democrats that your Party is racist and segregationist, has always been racist, and was essentially founded on racism, and the Republicans are the Emancipators, the Freedom Fighters, the anti-racists and anti-Slavers. This film does make some attempts to not display these facts too strenuously, but liberals and Democrats in denial might be bothered.

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Tuesday, July 5, 2016 10:13 PM

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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:

I do recommend this film, however those who are liberals and dislike facts or real history, this film does not whitewash the politics like 12 Years, and you may need to cover your ears and close your eyes for scenes that remind you or other Democrats that your Party is racist and segregationist, has always been racist, and was essentially founded on racism, and the Republicans are the Emancipators, the Freedom Fighters, the anti-racists and anti-Slavers. This film does make some attempts to not display these facts too strenuously, but liberals and Democrats in denial might be bothered.

You are unaware that Democratic politicians at the state level in Texas resigned en masse from the party and re-registered as . . . wait for it . . . Republicans! All those so-called "Democrats" that you have a problem with for being racist in the 20th century? The ones that are still alive are now 21st century Republicans. I just thought you'd like to know.
www.texasgop.org/about-the-party/overview-and-history/

Just to hammer the point in: 99.99% of African-Americans, as Texas Republicans refer to them, are Democrats, not Republicans.
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George H. W. Bush, opposing Yarborough for the Senate in 1964, attacked him for supporting the Civil Rights Act. That year Bush and Tower backed Barry Goldwater, who opposed the Civil Rights Act as a violation of states' rights and who was the first modern Republican presidential candidate to employ a "Southern strategy" in a campaign appealing to conservative whites while largely ignoring black voters. The polarized positions of party leaders on civil-rights issues resulted in a gradual exodus of white voters from the Democratic party, the strengthening of black and Hispanic ties to it, and a remarkable growth in Republican voting and officeholding. The Texas Democratic party became disproportionately black, Hispanic, and liberal, while the Republicans remained overwhelmingly white and conservative.
https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/wmafr

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016 6:24 AM

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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Watched it this past weekend. I liked it more than I thought I would.

McConaughey still does well, and for the ladies I think he does take his shirt off a few times.
Another excellent work by Gugu Mbatha-Raw, following Belle, Odd Thomas, Beyond the Lights.

If you liked Belle or 12 Years a Slave, you may like this as well. Belle also has some degree of political content, as an important historical event.

I do recommend this film, however those who are liberals and dislike facts or real history, this film does not whitewash the politics like 12 Years, and you may need to cover your ears and close your eyes for scenes that remind you or other Democrats that your Party is racist and segregationist, has always been racist, and was essentially founded on racism, and the Republicans are the Emancipators, the Freedom Fighters, the anti-racists and anti-Slavers. This film does make some attempts to not display these facts too strenuously, but liberals and Democrats in denial might be bothered.

Then, Nixon came along, and all those racists in the south voted Republican, and they have ever since. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_strategy


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Wednesday, July 6, 2016 10:02 AM

ECGORDON

There's no place I can be since I found Serenity.


Hey, JSF, you should go back to posting threads about Firefly episodes and characters, and leave the political commentary to someone who actually knows what they're talking about.

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016 7:25 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by reaverfan:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Watched it this past weekend. I liked it more than I thought I would.

McConaughey still does well, and for the ladies I think he does take his shirt off a few times.
Another excellent work by Gugu Mbatha-Raw, following Belle, Odd Thomas, Beyond the Lights.

If you liked Belle or 12 Years a Slave, you may like this as well. Belle also has some degree of political content, as an important historical event.

I do recommend this film, however those who are liberals and dislike facts or real history, this film does not whitewash the politics like 12 Years, and you may need to cover your ears and close your eyes for scenes that remind you or other Democrats that your Party is racist and segregationist, has always been racist, and was essentially founded on racism, and the Republicans are the Emancipators, the Freedom Fighters, the anti-racists and anti-Slavers. This film does make some attempts to not display these facts too strenuously, but liberals and Democrats in denial might be bothered.

Then, Nixon came along, and all those racists in the south voted Republican, and they have ever since. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_strategy


Factual fail.



In Nixon's first successful, and most critical campaign for President in 1968, Tennessee and the Carolinas voted for Nixon less than 40%, giving him a 4-9% margin. Florida was 40.5% for a 10 point margin.
Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia voted for George Wallace (4 term Governor of Alabama as a DEMOCRAT and 3-time Presidential Candidate for the DEMOCRAT Party - 1964, 1972, 1976 - but American Independent Party in 1968). Not Nixon.
Texas voted for Democrat Humphrey.

In 1976 Virginia gave a little over 1% margin to Ford, and Arkansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, the Carolinas, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida voted Carter (DEMOCRAT), the worst President in history then, and currently the 3rd worst.
In 1992 Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia voted Slick Willie (DEMOCRAT), the worst President in history then, and currently the 2nd worst. And Florida gave a 2% margin for Bush.
In 1996 Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky and Florida voted Slick Willie (DEMOCRAT). Georgia's margin was a little over 1% for Dole.
In 2008 North Carolina, Virginia and Florida voted Obamination (DEMOCRAT), the worst President in history.
In 2012 Virginia and Florida voted Obamination (DEMOCRAT).


Where do you come up with your libtard facts?

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016 7:37 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by second:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:

I do recommend this film, however those who are liberals and dislike facts or real history, this film does not whitewash the politics like 12 Years, and you may need to cover your ears and close your eyes for scenes that remind you or other Democrats that your Party is racist and segregationist, has always been racist, and was essentially founded on racism, and the Republicans are the Emancipators, the Freedom Fighters, the anti-racists and anti-Slavers. This film does make some attempts to not display these facts too strenuously, but liberals and Democrats in denial might be bothered.

You are unaware that Democratic politicians at the state level in Texas resigned en masse from the party and re-registered as . . . wait for it . . . Republicans!

www.texasgop.org/about-the-party/overview-and-history/


You make a claim, and post a link which does not seem to be related.
Can you specify where in that link it says that Democrats resigned en masse? Like which paraqraph? The paragraph that starts with "...." please?

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016 9:10 PM

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The Joss Whedon script for Serenity, where Wash lives, is Serenity-190pages.pdf at www.mediafire.com/folder/1uwh75oa407q8/Firefly


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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by second:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:

I do recommend this film, however those who are liberals and dislike facts or real history, this film does not whitewash the politics like 12 Years, and you may need to cover your ears and close your eyes for scenes that remind you or other Democrats that your Party is racist and segregationist, has always been racist, and was essentially founded on racism, and the Republicans are the Emancipators, the Freedom Fighters, the anti-racists and anti-Slavers. This film does make some attempts to not display these facts too strenuously, but liberals and Democrats in denial might be bothered.

You are unaware that Democratic politicians at the state level in Texas resigned en masse from the party and re-registered as . . . wait for it . . . Republicans!

www.texasgop.org/about-the-party/overview-and-history/


You make a claim, and post a link which does not seem to be related.
Can you specify where in that link it says that Democrats resigned en masse? Like which paraqraph? The paragraph that starts with "...." please?

This is how the "Republicans" explain it:
Without a doubt, Texas is the strongest Republican state in the nation. The people of Texas have entrusted Republicans with the stewardship of every statewide elected office and majorities in the state senate, state house and on the state board of education. Republicans now have majorities in 107 Texas counties that contain nearly two-thirds of the state’s population.
www.texasgop.org/about-the-party/overview-and-history/

Texas didn't magically have some kind of change of heart. The Democratic officials resigned from one party and re-registered in the other. That is how Texas went from being Democrat to Republican. Now days Texas politicians who are registered as Democrats actually are. In days of old, Texas politicians registered as Democrats had few beliefs in common with Democrats not from Dixie.

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Thursday, July 7, 2016 6:52 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by second:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by second:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:

I do recommend this film, however those who are liberals and dislike facts or real history, this film does not whitewash the politics like 12 Years, and you may need to cover your ears and close your eyes for scenes that remind you or other Democrats that your Party is racist and segregationist, has always been racist, and was essentially founded on racism, and the Republicans are the Emancipators, the Freedom Fighters, the anti-racists and anti-Slavers. This film does make some attempts to not display these facts too strenuously, but liberals and Democrats in denial might be bothered.

You are unaware that Democratic politicians at the state level in Texas resigned en masse from the party and re-registered as . . . wait for it . . . Republicans!

www.texasgop.org/about-the-party/overview-and-history/


You make a claim, and post a link which does not seem to be related.
Can you specify where in that link it says that Democrats resigned en masse? Like which paraqraph? The paragraph that starts with "...." please?

This is how the "Republicans" explain it:
Without a doubt, Texas is the strongest Republican state in the nation. The people of Texas have entrusted Republicans with the stewardship of every statewide elected office and majorities in the state senate, state house and on the state board of education. Republicans now have majorities in 107 Texas counties that contain nearly two-thirds of the state’s population.
www.texasgop.org/about-the-party/overview-and-history/

Texas didn't magically have some kind of change of heart. The Democratic officials resigned from one party and re-registered in the other. That is how Texas went from being Democrat to Republican. Now days Texas politicians who are registered as Democrats actually are. In days of old, Texas politicians registered as Democrats had few beliefs in common with Democrats not from Dixie.


So your claim was not present in your link?
What year did these Democrats resign en masse? How many of them?

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Tuesday, July 12, 2016 8:01 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Tuesday, July 12, 2016 10:10 PM

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The Joss Whedon script for Serenity, where Wash lives, is Serenity-190pages.pdf at www.mediafire.com/folder/1uwh75oa407q8/Firefly


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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:

So your claim was not present in your link?
What year did these Democrats resign en masse? How many of them?

I know Republicans play stupid when they think stupidity will win an argument, but all those 19th century Democrats from the movie Free State of Jones are dead. Their children are dead, too. Their beliefs died with them. The Democrats of 21st-century aren’t the racists. You’ll have to ask a European, maybe a modern day Alexis de Tocqueville, if there are any tiny pockets of racism hidden in America outside the Democratic Party. Or you could ask an American born black:

Today up to 95 percent of African-American voters are aligned with the Democratic Party, and the GOP has largely abandoned its legacy of civil rights activism. Maybe blacks know something about the Republican party that Republicans have overlooked?
www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/why-arent-there-more-black-re
publicans
/
www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/02/the-partisan-paradox-of-b
lack-republicans/385187
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Wednesday, July 13, 2016 8:27 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by second:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
So your claim was not present in your link?
What year did these Democrats resign en masse? How many of them?



This must be where you need a diversionary tactic, like changing the topic, misdirection.
Does this mean you are unable to support your bogus claim with even the most rudimentary support of a cite, perhaps based in fact, please?
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I know Republicans play stupid when they think stupidity will win an argument, but all those 19th century Democrats from the movie Free State of Jones are dead.


They looked well over 40 in 1872ish.
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Their children are dead, too.


That would put their chill'en about 0-25 - not a lot of late births in them days, regardless of how much raping the standard Democrat committed.
That would put them in the 92-117 years old range for the Democrat opposition to The Republican's Civil Rights Act of 1964.
I expect they did not live over 90 much, so that overwhelming majority of Democrats who hated blacks, insisted upon segregation, worked feverishly against The Civil Rights Act - and ANY Civil Rights, for that matter, were lasting long after their chldren were dead.
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Their beliefs died with them.


Your proclaimed nonsense gibberish fails the test of reasonable factual analysis.
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The Democrats of 21st-century aren’t the racists.


deny as you are wont, but the facts remain that your statement is wrong - the racists of today are those who proclaim that in order to evaluate a person, one must firstly ignore their character and morals and most importantly gauge their skin color, and then all other forms of evaluation must follow from the results of the skin colr categorization, and all people must be judged and evaluated based upon their skin color. Democrats call this racist "affirmative action" and most Republicans decry this racist practice, and work to defeat racism in most forms - and the Democrats who insist that racism is the best row to hoe.
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Today up to 95 percent of African-American voters are aligned with the Democratic Party,


If you are trying to point out that you think blacks are feeble-minded, many will not bother arguing the point with you.
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and the GOP has largely abandoned its legacy of civil rights activism.


You wish. Just because you deny the facts does not make your fantasy true.
Thank goodness honest men like Clarence Thomas do not listen to gibberish like yours.

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Saturday, July 16, 2016 12:56 PM

REAVERFAN


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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by reaverfan:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Watched it this past weekend. I liked it more than I thought I would.

McConaughey still does well, and for the ladies I think he does take his shirt off a few times.
Another excellent work by Gugu Mbatha-Raw, following Belle, Odd Thomas, Beyond the Lights.

If you liked Belle or 12 Years a Slave, you may like this as well. Belle also has some degree of political content, as an important historical event.

I do recommend this film, however those who are liberals and dislike facts or real history, this film does not whitewash the politics like 12 Years, and you may need to cover your ears and close your eyes for scenes that remind you or other Democrats that your Party is racist and segregationist, has always been racist, and was essentially founded on racism, and the Republicans are the Emancipators, the Freedom Fighters, the anti-racists and anti-Slavers. This film does make some attempts to not display these facts too strenuously, but liberals and Democrats in denial might be bothered.

Then, Nixon came along, and all those racists in the south voted Republican, and they have ever since. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_strategy


Factual fail.



In Nixon's first successful, and most critical campaign for President in 1968, Tennessee and the Carolinas voted for Nixon less than 40%, giving him a 4-9% margin. Florida was 40.5% for a 10 point margin.
Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia voted for George Wallace (4 term Governor of Alabama as a DEMOCRAT and 3-time Presidential Candidate for the DEMOCRAT Party - 1964, 1972, 1976 - but American Independent Party in 1968). Not Nixon.
Texas voted for Democrat Humphrey.

In 1976 Virginia gave a little over 1% margin to Ford, and Arkansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, the Carolinas, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida voted Carter (DEMOCRAT), the worst President in history then, and currently the 3rd worst.
In 1992 Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia voted Slick Willie (DEMOCRAT), the worst President in history then, and currently the 2nd worst. And Florida gave a 2% margin for Bush.
In 1996 Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky and Florida voted Slick Willie (DEMOCRAT). Georgia's margin was a little over 1% for Dole.
In 2008 North Carolina, Virginia and Florida voted Obamination (DEMOCRAT), the worst President in history.
In 2012 Virginia and Florida voted Obamination (DEMOCRAT).


Where do you come up with your libtard facts?

Wow. Talk about not knowing what you're talking about!

Racists vote ENTIRELY Republican today. The shit you cite doesn't change that fact at all.

What you ignore is that not all southerners are racists like you are, especially black southerners.

Trump's appeal to racists like yourself is unquestioned. It's emboldened your kind to say the stupidest shit ever, and say it with racist pride.

God, you're as dumb as you are racist. Stick to things you know about, because you don't know shit if you think the Republican party isn't the party of white supremacists like yourself.

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Saturday, July 16, 2016 3:26 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by reaverfan:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by reaverfan:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Watched it this past weekend. I liked it more than I thought I would.

McConaughey still does well, and for the ladies I think he does take his shirt off a few times.
Another excellent work by Gugu Mbatha-Raw, following Belle, Odd Thomas, Beyond the Lights.

If you liked Belle or 12 Years a Slave, you may like this as well. Belle also has some degree of political content, as an important historical event.

I do recommend this film, however those who are liberals and dislike facts or real history, this film does not whitewash the politics like 12 Years, and you may need to cover your ears and close your eyes for scenes that remind you or other Democrats that your Party is racist and segregationist, has always been racist, and was essentially founded on racism, and the Republicans are the Emancipators, the Freedom Fighters, the anti-racists and anti-Slavers. This film does make some attempts to not display these facts too strenuously, but liberals and Democrats in denial might be bothered.

Then, Nixon came along, and all those racists in the south voted Republican, and they have ever since. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_strategy


Factual fail.



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In Nixon's first successful, and most critical campaign for President in 1968, Tennessee and the Carolinas voted for Nixon less than 40%, giving him a 4-9% margin. Florida was 40.5% for a 10 point margin.
Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia voted for George Wallace (4 term Governor of Alabama as a DEMOCRAT and 3-time Presidential Candidate for the DEMOCRAT Party - 1964, 1972, 1976 - but American Independent Party in 1968). Not Nixon.
Texas voted for Democrat Humphrey.

In 1976 Virginia gave a little over 1% margin to Ford, and Arkansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, the Carolinas, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida voted Carter (DEMOCRAT), the worst President in history then, and currently the 3rd worst.
In 1992 Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia voted Slick Willie (DEMOCRAT), the worst President in history then, and currently the 2nd worst. And Florida gave a 2% margin for Bush.
In 1996 Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky and Florida voted Slick Willie (DEMOCRAT). Georgia's margin was a little over 1% for Dole.
In 2008 North Carolina, Virginia and Florida voted Obamination (DEMOCRAT), the worst President in history.
In 2012 Virginia and Florida voted Obamination (DEMOCRAT).


Where do you come up with your libtard facts?

Wow. Talk about not knowing what you're talking about!

Racists vote ENTIRELY Republican today. The shit you cite doesn't change that fact at all.

What you ignore is that not all southerners are racists like you are, especially black southerners.

Trump's appeal to racists like yourself is unquestioned. It's emboldened your kind to say the stupidest shit ever, and say it with racist pride.

God, you're as dumb as you are racist. Stick to things you know about, because you don't know shit if you think the Republican party isn't the party of white supremacists like yourself.


You insist on continuing with the factual fail.
Just because you desire to deny the facts that the Democrat Party is the party of racism, segregation, intolerance does not convert your fantasy into truth. The GOP has always been the party of liberty and freedom, equal rights and free enterprise, and still is. The white supremacists like the KKK Grand Dragon or Wizard or whatever who served in the U.S. Congress have all been Democrat. I think the last one was Byrd.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016 7:40 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by second:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:

So your claim was not present in your link?
What year did these Democrats resign en masse? How many of them?

Or you could ask an American born black:

Today up to 95 percent of African-American voters are aligned with the Democratic Party


I am not aware of anybody proclaiming that African-Americans have a unique resistance to idiocy, illiteracy, or imbecilic practices like voting for the same racist Democrats that want to enslave them.

If extra melanin provided immunization from insipid acts like voting for Democrats, then blacks would have saved America from it's current state.

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