Skip to comments.Dear black voters, a picture to debunk all the "racist" claims
Posted on 10/07/2012 10:27:05 AM PDT by Milagros
Dear black voters, a picture to debuke all the "racist" claims
Debuke...is that like refute and debunk together?
Maybe its Debuke, IA. Where mooses bite sisters and beebers are stuned.
George Romney was a scumbag who stomped off after not winning the nomination then refused to support Goldwater.
The democrats can have him
There is no such word as “debuked.” I think you mean either “debunked” or “rebuked.” But in any case, this picture should put that lie to rest. It won’t, but it should.
What is debuke?
Is this some sort of texting word that is a combination of rebuke and debunk?
My bad.. Debunke!
What is this beer thing I read about here?
I think you made up a new word. LOL
Isn’t debuke in Iowa?
I think he meant rebunked.
I like this ‘debuke’ combo word. It’s like scampaign (scam + campaign) or bogative (bogus + negative).
I would like to refudiate all improper grammatical usage.
I (as most conservatives ar) am more anti-Obama than pro-Romney...
Are they not aware that Abraham Lincoln, the man who freed the slaves was a Republican?
Are they not aware that Al Gore Sr. (a democrat) participated in a 74 day filibuster to delay and weaken the 1964 Civil Rights Act and then went on to vote against it?
Are they not aware that the late Senator Robert Byrd, a former member of the KKK who Democrats called "the conscience of the Senate", filibustered the bill for fourteen straight hours before the final vote?
Are they not aware that the House of Representatives passed the bill by 289 to 126, a vote in which 79% of Republicans and 63% of Democrats voted yes? The Senate vote was 73 to 27, with 21 Democrats and only 6 Republicans voting no. Without Republican support and had democrats had their way the 1964 Civil Rights Act would never have passed.
Someone is either completely uninformed or lying. I'm going with the latter.
Ah, great portmanteau words.....
No problem Bunkie...it's neither hugh nor series.
It also includes “rebuke”! LOL
I’ll be shocked if Obama gets less than 90% of the black vote.
Didn’t Romney win the Debuke last week?
Why was it a good decision for George Romney to not support Barry Goldwater? I can’t think of a single way that this helped him, the Republican Party or the nation, and I think that it hurt at least the latter two.
Retute, debunk. I said the same thing, but the thought is right. ;-)
Al Gore Sr. was anti-civil rights. So was Clinton’s mentor Fulbright. Robert Byrd. The list goes on...all Democrats.
Is this an ad?
It’s refuke and debute
What is debuke?
to you "not backing" = hatred of??????????
Goldwater was the GOP nominee, running against LBJ, and Governor George, and intern Mitt Romney stormed off the 1964 convention to protest the conservatism and the republican nominee.
After taking that stand against conservatives, George ran for president as the liberal, anti-war candidate, against Reagan and Nixon and the conservatives in 1968.
You prefer LBJ and the left wing of the GOP of 1964?
The family tradition of despising conservatives was further acted on with Mitt's mom running for the Senate as a 1970 abortion republican, and Mitt leaving the party because of Reagan and conservatism in 1979, and publicly coming out against conservatism, and becoming a democrat supporter and fund raiser, and voter, in the years before reregistering republican as a "William Weld" moderate candidate.
Bishop, and Temple Mormon, George Romney, was a teacher and believer in the racial teachings of his Mormon faith, of which he was a leader within.
He had a public system he supported for gentiles, and an entirely different belief for inside the Mormon world.
Both of those assertions are debatable. Abortion wasn't an issue in Lenore Romney's Senate campaign. We don't know that Mitt Romney was angry about Reagan and conservatism to the point where he ceased to be a Republican.
Like a lot of people, he may have been trying to figure out where he stood politically. Harvard and Boston probably pulled him in a liberal direction, but his main concern in those years was money-making.
Back in the summer of 1968, I believe it was Jean DICKSON who was asked who the next president of the US would be.
She said it would be George Romney.
But several years later, she also said that NIXON WOULD NOT RESIGN. It hit the news stands the very week Nixon resigned.
Then years later, her publicity agent claimed she had actually predicted that Nixon would resign.
kinda like refudiate ;)
Is this an ad?
Found on Twitter, maybe it is an ad. It should/could be one...
As a Romney devotee, you still need to accept facts
Romney was born into politics, at the Governor and presidential level.
Romney was political in 1979 and rejected the GOP that chose Reagan.
Is Romney lying? Is Romney a pathological liar?
Romney says that his family became pro-abortion in 1963.
“Many, many years ago, I had a dear, close family relative that was very close to me who passed away from an illegal abortion. It is since that time  that my mother and my family have been committed to the belief that we can believe as we want, but we will not force our beliefs on others on that matter.”
I believe that abortion should be safe and legal in this country; I have since the time that my mom took that position when she ran in 1970 as a U.S. Senate candidate, Romney said
My position has been the same throughout my political career, and it goes back to the days of 1970, he said. There was a woman who was running for political office, U.S. Senate. She took a very bold and courageous stand in 1970, and that was in a conservative state. That was that a woman should have the right to make her own choice as to whether or not to have an abortion. Her name was Lenore Romney, she was my mom. Even though she lost, she established a record of courage in that regard.
got your obmamamam lawn sign out yet?
You need a napkin?
20 pieces of silver ain’t worth much these days
Nothing wrong with supporting Civil Rights; Abusing Civil Rights, however...
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