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Reply to "Black support for Bush drops to two percent"

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Originally posted by Constructive Feedback:

...you have no basis for this claim ... There are plenty of "Dixiecrats" who died as Democrats.


Yes, I do. Now you go count how many formerly known Dixiecrats are now Republicans, then count the ones in the Democratic party and try again. Otherwise shut your lying pie-hole.

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As you walk around and look at other figures you see a long list of Democrat govenors and legislators who's actions produced hell for Black people.


Now look at the GOP and you'll find even more.

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Despite the notion that business who conducted actions against Black people in the past should be held accountable today for their "institutional misdeeds" THE SAME IS NOT THE CASE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, an entity that has been in existence since slavery.


Again you create an argument that isn't germane to the subject of the thread.

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I have to question why it is so important to you to have the "Dixiecrats" having moved outside of the Democratic Party as a basis for your support of the Democratic Party?


It's not important, it is fact. That is why most Black folks are now registered Democrats, while black lackeys are neo-cons.

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Do you ever notice that people like you who you learned this from CAN NEVER PRODUCE THE TEXT OF ANY SPEECH THAT HE MADE WHILE THERE WHICH SUBSTANTIATES YOUR CLAIM OF RACISM?. I have produced the speech for all to see.


Don't see any reference to the text of the speech from that link. Try this:
    When Reagan took the stage, with dozens of Confederate flags festooning the fairground, the crowd chanted, "We want Reagan." A beaming Regan shouted back, "There isn't any place like this anywhere." There was thunderous applause, and rebel yells.

    Reagan then got down to business. He tore into Washington bureaucrats, i.e. the Democrats, big government and welfare. He then shouted the words that everyone wanted to hear, "I believe in states' rights. I believe that we've distorted the balance of our government by giving powers that were never intended in the Constitution to the federal establishment."


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Since you don't have EVIDENCE you are forced to resort to the "symbolism claim".


There is no symbolism is his excited statement, "I believe in state's rights," there is an explicit implication. There is, however, an abundance of symbolism in the fact that he was the first presidential candidate to make it a point to kick off his campaign there in the years since Neshoba County's unforgivable cover-up of murder. And, even more symbolism in the reference to the infamous & mythical welfare queens, also included in his speech.

You don't know history, all you know are the talkingpoints given to you by white folks.
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