Skip to comments.Democratic South finally falls
Posted on 11/28/2010 4:09:44 PM PST by Hojczyk
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Black Southerners shouldve stopped voting Democratic decades ago
Do you know what you're talking about?
BTW, where are you from?
I’m not going to even try to explain, I doubt Jewish conspirators would understand.
I don’t know what I am talking about? With a name like Cowboy, I suppose you are from the west, why would you being from the west make you an expert on the south? I’m sure you know what you are talking about.
Another question, what is it about me saying I hope the south has learned a lesson in voting for lying demogogues like Carter and Clinton, that disturbs you so much?
By the way, here’s a riddle for you, assuming you are a cowboy from the west, I’m from further west...and south, than you.
I'm not Jewish, I'm a Southerner, and I still don't understand.
Correct. You don't know what you're talking about.
First of all, research Southern demographics. Some states are almost 40% black, a populace that consistently block votes for dems.
Second, the first Clinton election was heavily swayed by the Perot factor. Perot got >19% of the vote in that one.
. Third, look at a redstate/bluestate map of 1996 and you'll conclude that most of the Southern states voted for Dole. It was the left coast/northeast libs that carried the day for Clinton in 1996. Once again, Perot was a factor in this election to the tune of >9% of the vote.
So I ask you, what lesson does the South need to learn? That we need to repeal the 15th Amendment? That peanut farmers are ineligible for the presidency? That secession is the only way we're ever going to rid ourselves of left coast/northeast libtards?
With a name like Cowboy, I suppose you are from the west,
No, I'm from the South. South Carolina, to be precise.
Now, where are you from?
“Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac built an economy on the lie of calling unstable loans secured.”
It wasn’t Fannie and Freddie despite how often that canard gets repeated. Fannie and Freddie dealt in conforming paper, which means downpayments and proof of earnings. They continued to insist on conforming loans during the bubble and as a result lost market share to the firms that were peddling toxic paper. Fannie and Freddie’s problem was their sheer size and the fact that their industry was in a huge bubble.
Isn’t it funny how the writer was able to find a pony in all the Horse shi- at the end of the article?
“I hope these party switchers are not just opportunists. They are not just while males down there either. Bobby Jindal is not a white male.”
Having been close to politics at the national level for four decades, I can assure you that opportunism has played a role in both parties as long as most of us have been alive. As an example, Virginia had not elected a Republican Governor in 88 years when Linwood Holton was elected in 1968. It wasn’t that Virginia was not a conservative state. It was. The Byrd machine, headed by Harry Flood Byrd Senior, and later his son, Harry F. Byrd, Jr insisted on “pay as you go” in Virginia. It was Holton who broke the tradition when he championed a $83,000,000 statewide bond issue for schools. Interestingly, The Chairman of the DNC, and former Virginia Governor, Tim Kane, (D-Va) is Holton’s son-in-law.
Many politicians that I have personally known have lamented that they couldn’t have been elected, had they not run as an (R) or a (D), depending on where they came from.
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