Skip to comments.The Racist, Discriminating Democratic Party
Posted on 04/14/2014 6:23:25 AM PDT by SJackson
The Democratic Party, the party of slavery, which openly practices the only form of discrimination that is acceptable today in American politics class warfare and discrimination against the successful, yesterday, for the third time in recent weeks, wrongly accused the Republican Party of racism.
Yesterdays folly saw New York Congressman Steve Israel assert that to a significant extent, the Republican base does have elements that are animated by racism and thats unfortunate. This follows remarks by Attorney General Eric Holder, who claimed at a forum on civil rights that the past five years in Washington have been marked by unprecedented, unwarranted, ugly and divisive adversity. If you dont believe that you look at the way the attorney general of the United States was treated yesterday by a House committee.
The reality is that Holder was treated appropriately as he is inept and this Administration is constantly lying to the public. Americans indeed should know no color when inept people govern; they should be challenged and condemned. It is unfair to assert racism when caught lying and cheating as a way to defend yourself.
Earlier this week, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi blamed racism as to why congressional Republicans do not want to act on comprehensive immigration reform, claiming I think race has something to do with the fact that theyre not bringing up an immigration bill. As the Republican National Committee rightly noted, Democrats are desperate to try to discredit conservatives because they dont have the facts on their side.
The Democrats claims are unfair, so un-American, and most importantly, so untrue. It forces me, Ronn Torossian, to ask: Do the Democrats think minorities are stupid? Those practicing bias today are the Democrats who say if you are successful, it is permissible to discriminate.
When did the revisionist history commence about which party is racist? The Republican Party was born just prior to the Civil War for the sole purpose of combating slavery and fought against the party of slavery. The Republican Party is the party of freedom and economic liberty and prosperity as it was then and now. The Democrat platform of the 1860s was a pro-slavery policy that sought to keep people enslaved. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Democratic Party was the enforcer of Jim Crow laws and segregation. In 1964, there was a filibuster of the Civil Rights Act by Democrat Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV) which lasted 14 hours. The Act was crafted and supported by a vast number of Republicans in the Senate, while opposed by southern Democratic senators (including Al Gore Sr).
Today the Democrats continue to keep people in place and pursue centralized government, as a further way for more government control, particularly over the poor. The Democratic Party seeks to tell people how to eat, raise their families, and in this Administration, how to have healthcare.
The concepts of freedom and individualism, and pulling oneself up by ones bootstraps are Republican values which should be embraced. The Democrats continual race accusations offer an opportunity for Republicans which include Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz to jump on this discussion. The Democrats who wrote and enforced the Jim Crow laws have not and will not lead minorities (or the rest of this country) in the right direction.
While minorities wrongly overwhelmingly vote Democrat, why is it that jobs under this President for African-Americans continue to drop? Total numbers of employment-aged African-Americans in the workforce slid from 58.6 percent in June 2007, to 52.8 percent by August 2012. There is ample history and facts which can be shared to show the long history of the Democrats with racism.
After so many years of supporting liberals, conservatives must pursue a wide-ranging public relations campaign to remind all Americans to pursue smaller government and reduced spending as a way for all Americans to be more free, and have more opportunity. Yes, the Republican Party needs more diversity and perhaps the Democrats continually raising of these issues is a way to create a campaign where dialogue with minorities can change the minds of many. The Democrats raise fear rather than facts.
Now that there has been an African-American President, its time for all Americans to realize that liberty, freedom and opportunity come best with small government and economic freedom. The liberals continued false accusations of race offer an opportunity the GOP must jump upon to educate minorities on the true facts of which party is best for all Americans.
Why yes, they do, and for good reason. Minorities keep voting for Democrats who in turn, keep minorities down and out - so they actually are ... stupid.
No question, the Dummycrats have lost it——the stupids are caught in a miasma of diverse, politically-correct quicksand-—and they’re sinking fast.
What caused all this?
The Dummys felt empowered w/ the election of “der leader.” He could do no wrong and the sap-happy Dems figured they were on the road to a permanent Dem majority.
The Obamacare happened......a blunder of Ceausescuian proportions.
Now the fun begins...... for Republicans.
Dems may still have Obama——but we got the all-important “traction.”
Codifying the nonsense of white guilt, I wouldn’t expect much more from frontpage. I know, you know and the editors of FPM know the Left is comprised of many cults and not very easy to form into a stable political coalition without what is termed the “common enemy.” So here is FPM and others who think like this trying to make being the “common enemy” palatable to conservatives, ever making amends. Please tell them that one day that game of “common enemy” will be tossed away along with its taboos.
Is there any Democrat in Senate who is against amnesty, something the majority of Americans oppose?
That is if the low-info Demos can make the connection. So far they don't blame Obama for much (anything?).
The shooter at the Jewish Community Center yesterday is a member of the KKK and a former DEMOCRAT candidate for governor. Try finding that fact in any of the news accounts of his arrest.
Mystery of the Universe #4: Why do blacks and Jews support the party of the KKK?
I agree. I don’t understand what this article accomplishes or is trying to suggest? What exactly is the conservative position on all this race crap? This makes it seem like they agree with the multiculturalist and white privilege crowd.
Democrats acknowledge that they need to embrace ObamaCare's positives, even though ACA is seen as a bigger failure now than it was when the party got soundly defeated in 2010.
When Fla Republican David Jolly defeated Dummy Alex Sink, Dem leaders explained away the outcome by arguing that Republicans had a 13-point turnout advantage.......but the Dum-Dums failed to mention...................
PELOSI THE MAGIC VOTE-GETTER --- FOR REPUBLICANS Seems that invoking "Pelosi" was a vote-getter......for Republicans....(cackle).
National Journal reported Repub strategists had measured which messages were most effectively persuading voters to turn in their ballots.
<><> In Jolly's race, they turned to a messagedelivered across a variety of digital platforms and emailthat focused on urging Repubs to vote now or watch Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi move one step closer to reclaiming the speaker's gavel.<><>
LBJ spent more time on the phone with democrats trying to curry their support for the Civil Rights Act.
“White guilt” conservatism is silly and of course outright stupid, and those that ply that notion are cavorting with evil. But mainly I don’t think any of that nonsense has much staying power, so I think FPM and the conservatives who follow that line of thinking should get with their cousins on the left and plan for the day when all that crap goes by the wayside.
First, we have to convince the neo-Cons, the RINO’s, and our own GOP leadership to pursue smaller government and reduced spending.
After Hubris comes Nemesis.
Pride goeth before the Fall.
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