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A Republican Freed The Slaves
I / X / MMX | pansgold

Posted on 01/10/2010 5:00:02 PM PST by pansgold

Senator Reed's racist remarks are not out of place in the democrat party.

Lincoln freed the slaves and was killed by a democrat and southern sympathizer.

The Klan was formed in Al Gore's state by a good ol' boy and democrat named Nathan Bedford Forrest who slaughtered a company of unarmed black Union troops attempting to surrender.

Reed is just one more racist in the democrat party.

There's NO WAY democrats will Let THOSE PEOPLE ever get the right to vote! We'll filibuster the CIVIL RIGHTS ACT until Hell freezes over! - Al Gore Sr. (DEMOCRAT)

"The police aren't here to prevent disorder, they're here to preserve disorder." - Richard Daley Sr. (Democrat), Chicago Mayor

You take your officers and put them on horseback. I want every one carrying a nig*er knocker and when they come back they'd better be RED. I'll teach them not to protest in MY city. Ghetto's in the sky...really. - Chicago Mayor Dick Daley Sr. (DEMOCRAT)

I'm calling out the Arkansas National Guard to keep blacks out of WHITE schools. - Arkansas Governor Eugene Faubus (DEMOCRAT), 1957

Segregation NOW! Segregation FOREVER! - Alabama Governor George C. Wallace (DEMOCRAT)

Use dogs and fire hoses on them! - Birmingham Police Commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor, (DEMOCRAT)

I am a racist and segregationist. - Duke University Professor and President, North Carolina Governor and Senator Terry Sanford, (DEMOCRAT)

I would get paid $10.00 for every new member I brought into the Klan. - Current Senator from West Virginia, Bobby Byrd - Klansman and (DEMOCRAT)

I don't give a damn about the constitution, general you use census records and find every JAP and put them behind barbed wire in the desert. Sell their homes, businesses and property and give the money to the treasury. - Franklin D. Roosevelt (DEMOCRAT)

Remember, EVERY JIM CROW LAW ever passed in the United states was passed by the democrats. Education taxes, poll taxes...all passed by democrats. I still remember the "WHITES ONLY" and "COLORED USE REAR DOOR" signs in every democrats store window.

Reed fits right in.


TOPICS: Nevada; Campaign News; Parties; U.S. Senate
KEYWORDS: abelincoln; freed; gop; racist; reed; rnchistory; slaves

1 posted on 01/10/2010 5:00:03 PM PST by pansgold
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To: pansgold

Reed=Reid


2 posted on 01/10/2010 5:00:52 PM PST by Brilliant
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To: Brilliant

Thanks.


3 posted on 01/10/2010 5:03:06 PM PST by pansgold
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To: pansgold

I think that now the Republican party should stand up to the slavery of socialism. The slaves that are the recipients and the slaves that are the forced providers.


4 posted on 01/10/2010 5:03:16 PM PST by rbbeachkid (The ONLY ones able to fix the economy - Small Business Owners!)
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To: pansgold

ps: spelling Feinstein and Boxer is all I can handle.


5 posted on 01/10/2010 5:04:38 PM PST by pansgold
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To: pansgold
You take your officers and put them on horseback. I want every one carrying a nig*er knocker and when they come back they'd better be RED. I'll teach them not to protest in MY city. Ghetto's in the sky...really. - Chicago Mayor Dick Daley Sr. (DEMOCRAT)

I kind of doubt the authenticity of this one. Daley, senior, couldn't string that many words together into a coherent sentence.

6 posted on 01/10/2010 5:05:00 PM PST by Non-Sequitur
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To: Brilliant

yep, a DemocRAT said a light skinned could become president.


7 posted on 01/10/2010 5:05:40 PM PST by omega4179 (Marco2010)
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To: pansgold
That's typical of the Democrats, to claim they are something they are not...it is exactly how they operate. They claim to be concerned about live, only so they can kill people...unborn, just born, disabled and elderly. They claim to be for the poor, black and disadvantaged and elderly only so they can kill them with, abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, assisted suicide and healthcare rationing. They claim to be for civil rights only so they can eliminate civil rights and incorporate totalitarianism and authoritarianism.

People should never be fooled when evil attempts to convince man it is a good...but they are fooled. Darn fools we are, many of us - mankind.

8 posted on 01/10/2010 5:08:32 PM PST by jacknhoo (Luke 12:51. Think ye, that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, no; but separation.)
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To: Non-Sequitur

ahhh I saw it. Chicago in 68 or 69 when Chicage police waded into black protesters on horseback wielding billy-clubs. It seems the blacks didn’t like being marginized on the city council after being forced into a few square blocks into slum-like “Ghetto’s in the Sky” With less territory came less aldermen.


9 posted on 01/10/2010 5:10:37 PM PST by pansgold
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To: pansgold

Although freeing the slaves was a noble cause, Abe Lincoln is responsible for EVERY infringement by the federal government we suffer under today. I wouldn’t spend much time bragging about the man who single-handedly enlarged the scope of government more than any president in history. His actions paved the way for the New Deal, War on Poverty, War on Drugs, and every other usurpation of state sovereignty we’re trying to fight to this day. Your use of Abe may be a good political ploy, but on principal, Abe is the author of undoing our nation as intended by our forefathers.


10 posted on 01/10/2010 5:10:40 PM PST by Engineer_Soldier (Stop amnesty before it starts! Seal the border and make Joe Arpaio our Attorney General!)
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To: Engineer_Soldier

Maybe your portrait will appear on a 2 cent piece since Lincoln’s on the 1 cent.


11 posted on 01/10/2010 5:11:59 PM PST by pansgold
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To: pansgold

Like the indoctrinated sheep will believe any history? We’re doomed if 2010 doesn’t sweep the house and senate.


12 posted on 01/10/2010 5:26:21 PM PST by bicyclerepair (Ft. Lauderdale, Florida)
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To: bicyclerepair

yup. give both houses of congress a firehose enema. wash out all the stink and crap. lets pick 535 names from all 50 state capital phone books. hopefully there won’t be anyone who knows where the light switches are and it will take them years to figure out how to pas more than hot air.


13 posted on 01/10/2010 5:32:55 PM PST by pansgold
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To: Engineer_Soldier
Re 'New Deal'

"Roosevelt was elected in part by the farm vote. They wanted the kind of high prices they had had before World War I. They had a significant drop in their prices, something on the order of 30 percent to 40 percent. Looking back, we might say that more of America should have moved to the city faster, which is what they did eventually anyhow."

He put Henry Wallace, a figure they knew, in as agriculture secretary. The administration made a bunch of rules. They put in a tax on middlemen, on the theory that that would help the farmers and that middlemen got in the way of efficiency rather than helped efficiency, which is what we think today.

Then there was an analogous beast in the business sphere called the National Industrial Recovery Act, which created the National Recovery Administration and which had a whole bunch of philosophies behind it, copying a little bit from Britain, copying definitely the German cartel system, and copying what Stalin was doing.

Roosevelt’s advisers didn’t know Stalin was a monster, or at least not so much, and very naively they copied him. In the book I trace how some of the characters go to the Soviet Union in 1927 and are bowled over by Stalin. They get six hours with him and they come back and you see them, especially [former Columbia University professor] Rex Tugwell, implementing things they learned from fascist Italy or from the world of Stalin. The influence of these European entities from Russia to Italy was not parenthetical. These people were not working for Moscow, but they were influenced by Moscow.

http://reason.com/archives/2007/12/18/remembering-the-forgotten-man/2

14 posted on 01/10/2010 5:49:06 PM PST by anglian
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To: pansgold

Orval Faubus, on one has ever used his middle name.


15 posted on 01/10/2010 5:59:35 PM PST by lolhelp
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To: NathanBedfordForrest

They’re talking about you again ping.


16 posted on 01/10/2010 6:36:48 PM PST by Shimmer1 (Don't worry about the world coming to an end today.It's already tomorrow in Australia.Charles Schulz)
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To: pansgold

I have to side with the southern democrats when it came to trying to vote down the unconstitutional Civil Rights Act of 1964. Evidently so does Ron Paul (whose social libertarian ideology I disagree with):

“Mr. Speaker, I rise to explain my objection to H.Res. 676. I certainly join my colleagues in urging Americans to celebrate the progress this country has made in race relations. However, contrary to the claims of the supporters of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the sponsors of H.Res. 676, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 did not improve race relations or enhance freedom. Instead, the forced integration dictated by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 increased racial tensions while diminishing individual liberty.

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 gave the federal government unprecedented power over the hiring, employee relations, and customer service practices of every business in the country. The result was a massive violation of the rights of private property and contract, which are the bedrocks of free society. The federal government has no legitimate authority to infringe on the rights of private property owners to use their property as they please and to form (or not form) contracts with terms mutually agreeable to all parties. The rights of all private property owners, even those whose actions decent people find abhorrent, must be respected if we are to maintain a free society.

This expansion of federal power was based on an erroneous interpretation of the congressional power to regulate interstate commerce. The framers of the Constitution intended the interstate commerce clause to create a free trade zone among the states, not to give the federal government regulatory power over every business that has any connection with interstate commerce.”
http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul188.html


17 posted on 01/10/2010 6:51:01 PM PST by aSeattleConservative
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To: aSeattleConservative

THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1957. Republican Dirksen broke the Democrat filibuster of the 1957 Civil Rights Act.


18 posted on 01/11/2010 7:01:17 AM PST by pansgold
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To: lolhelp

“Orval Faubus, on one has ever used his middle name.”

Correct. Fabus had another democrat admirer by the name of Willian Jefferson Clinton (D)


19 posted on 01/11/2010 7:20:55 AM PST by pansgold
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To: jacknhoo
Your words are so true. The democrat party of segregation to this day still practiced it when “pigeon holing” Americans. Classifying, and dividing us. Hyphenating us. “Native-Americans” “African-Americans” “Latino-Americans” (where is Latino located?).

God Bless The USA by Lee Greenwood sums me up qiute well. “I'm proud to be an American” (No hyphen)

20 posted on 01/11/2010 7:31:44 AM PST by pansgold
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To: pansgold
"THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1957. Republican Dirksen broke the Democrat filibuster of the 1957 Civil Rights Act."

And your point is?

The Democratic Party of old is probably more conservative than the current Republican Party.

Of course things have changed. They're both liberal and don't follow our constitution as it was meant be followed.

21 posted on 01/11/2010 8:20:48 AM PST by aSeattleConservative
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To: pansgold
"THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1957. Republican Dirksen broke the Democrat filibuster of the 1957 Civil Rights Act."

And your point is?

The Democratic Party of old was probably more conservative than the current Republican Party.

Of course things have changed. They're both liberal and don't follow our constitution as it was meant be followed.

22 posted on 01/11/2010 8:22:24 AM PST by aSeattleConservative
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To: aSeattleConservative
“And your point is?” Reed (Reid) is as racist and democrat as his predicesors on the demo side of the aisle.
23 posted on 01/11/2010 8:26:56 AM PST by pansgold
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To: aSeattleConservative

“...The Civil Rights Act of 1964...” I was talking about 1 Republican broke the Demo fillabuster of “The Voting Rights Act” in 1957 and because of that, blacks got the vote.


24 posted on 01/11/2010 8:32:33 AM PST by pansgold
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To: aSeattleConservative

Man...folks here are so ignorant at times...the hell’s fury of loss of freedom the Civil Rights act enabled and the damage it did to the black community is no cause for celebration.

Nice post.


25 posted on 01/11/2010 8:34:52 AM PST by wardaddy (Ole Miss beat Oklahoma State....and Bama is #1.....it's good to be from Dixie...cold though)
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To: Engineer_Soldier
...Abe Lincoln is responsible for EVERY infringement by the federal government we suffer under today.

Oh puleeze.

26 posted on 01/11/2010 8:38:36 AM PST by Non-Sequitur
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To: nutmeg

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27 posted on 01/11/2010 8:40:13 AM PST by nutmeg (Rush Limbaugh & Sarah Palin agree: NO third parties! Take back the GOP)
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To: Non-Sequitur
Oh puleeze.

Tell me where I'm wrong. Abe was the first president to enforce a federal mandate upon the states with the use of force and unconstitutionally. He forgot, as have most Americans have up until this day, that the federal government is an agent of the states; the states are not agents of the federal government. Federal usurpation began with Lincoln and continues to this day.

28 posted on 01/11/2010 12:31:57 PM PST by Engineer_Soldier (Stop amnesty before it starts! Seal the border and make Joe Arpaio our Attorney General!)
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To: Engineer_Soldier
Abe was the first president to enforce a federal mandate upon the states with the use of force and unconstitutionally.

On the contrary, Article I, Section 8 gives the government the power to use force to suppress insurrections.

He forgot, as have most Americans have up until this day, that the federal government is an agent of the states; the states are not agents of the federal government.

What he didn't forget is that even the states are bound by the Constitution.

Federal usurpation began with Lincoln and continues to this day.

Oh barf.

29 posted on 01/11/2010 12:49:42 PM PST by Non-Sequitur
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To: Non-Sequitur
The Constitution was an agreement between the states and the powers of which the states collectively would enforce. Abe Lincoln and a few states violated that agreement, so Article 1, Section 8 called for the states to band together and suppress their breach of the contract known as the Constitution. We are witnessing over the last two decades a resurgence of that patriotic spirit with over 35 states now having resolutions reasserting their rights under the 10'th Amendment. The southern states rose up Constitutionally due to the breach of the contract by the northern states and Abe although their stance for the rights of the states ultimately - and unfortunately - failed.

With that said, no matter how well intentioned all that is mentioned in this article was, it was a usurpation of states' rights. It's no different with Obamacare and the Defense of Marriage Act: it's well intentioned, but unconstitutional and should be left to the states.

30 posted on 01/11/2010 3:57:44 PM PST by Engineer_Soldier (Stop amnesty before it starts! Seal the border and make Joe Arpaio our Attorney General!)
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