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20 hours ago.
by rshill7
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Letters To Ed :-)

"We've been duped by the Republicans. Kentucky Sen. and minority leader Mitch McConnell in a news conference one day after the election, stated that the single and sole goal of the GOP over the next two years is: to make Barack Obama a single term president. What an arrogant and obnoxious goal and statement. There agenda before the election was to get votes by promising that there first goals were jobs, the economy and health care reform. It seems their goal is to grab power, not to do things for the people that are in need of jobs and or unemployment pay, health care for those that don't have it, and the people losing their homes. This is the same party that wanted the auto plants and their suppliers to go out of business. We are just coming back from what they did to this country, and now we have them back to do the same things to our country again. What a mess the next two years is going to bring to this country. Talk about partisanship." Carl D. Leow Rogers Cit

 
 

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rshill7

...about. Sounds like one more hallucination. Maybe he can explain it to you, as he never saw any of that trash he vomited on my site.

When he wakes from his varied state of altered consciousness though, he ought go pick up an elementary reader from early America. He might study some early American history too...and lay off the drugs.

Posted 20 hours ago.

rshill7

Try harder Jax. I still think both you and your entire party is built 100% on blatant racism and lies.

Regarding voter ID laws: Your simple mind cannot see nor explain activist, constitution-ignoring, judges? Can you also not explain the continuous split at the Supreme Court?

Haven't seen the videos of democrats actively advocating voter fraud and committing it themselves?

Your side counts on voter fraud. Must have it. ID's prevent it.

Still can't explain why it is that blacks can't get ID's every bit as well as whites can? Why not? Ask another idiot, they can't explain it either. Ask anyone. Nobody can explain it.

Your case in point (Georgia) cites neither a case nor makes a point.

Why do blacks need affirmative action? Why can't they get ID's, and why do they need democrats? What do democrats ever do for them?

Four simple questions for your simple "mind" which you will never be able to answer.

Have no idea what your idiotic party-mate Normagpie is talking ab

Posted 20 hours ago.

normanlake

Now THIS, from the clown car...Rafael Cruz, Dominionist, father of Tea Party swine Ted..."If the righteous are not voting, if the righteous are not even running for office, what is left is the wicked electing the wicked". We know who 'the righteous' are, so we free thinking individuals are 'the wicked'. "God 'told' him he would hold pastors responsible for low election turnout among evangelicals". Oh boy, 'God' is a right wing nut! Cruz goes on to cite the great mind(not) David Barton's tale about how "Congress used the Bible as a school textbook in the early days of the Republic". What a load of manure. These pretenders like to think the First Amendment is open to their interpretation, when in fact, the Amendment is CRYSTAL CLEAR on religious tolerance, with no mention of the Bible. For more insidious right wing wrongness, tune in to Politibrew, where everything is nonsense.

Posted 21 hours ago.

Process the applications, Republicans, let the minority voices in America be heard, not suppressed.

Posted 23 hours ago.

More Republican racism. It's everywhere you look, you don't have to stretch to see it like RS does, trying so hard to find it in the Dems.

"One voter registration campaign led by the New Georgia Project, a "nonpartisan effort" according to its website, has targeted black, Latino and Asian-American residents.

The organization's parent group, Third Sector Development, is currently engaged in a legal battle with election officials over more than 40,000 voter registration applications that, the group says, are missing from Georgia's voter logs. This month, that organization, along with the NAACP and other civil rights groups, filed a lawsuit against five counties and Georgia's Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who oversees elections in the state."

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Posted 23 hours ago.

Watch the 2016 Conventions. I don't have to prove anything.

I'll just ask a simple question for a simple mind. If there is nothing wrong with these voter laws, why are so many of them being thrown out? Oooops.

Posted 23 hours ago.

rshill7

Not interested in what you deem a relevant source. You think you're a relevant source. This is a relevant source to you:

"...an associate professor of history at the University at Buffalo, wrote in an email."

I do appreciate your demon-stration of how you accuse others of precisely what you are and do though. Like party, like useful idiot:

"I'm trying so hard to convince you(and myself)I'm not a racist."

Try harder. Throw another e-mail into the mix.

Then explain why blacks can't get ID's and how voter fraud is so much easier when no ID's are required. If you could explain both, that would be special.

Also, check out ZoNation's AlfonZo Rachel at PolitiBrew.

Posted 1 day ago.

supporting a variety of ‘liberal’ causes, including civil rights, women’s rights, etc. whereas this had been the banner of the Republican Party in the nineteenth century."

So obviously, except for posters on Pukelitibrew, The GOP of today (Klan) are the Democrats of then.

Posted 1 day ago.

Here's a history lesson for you. You're welcome. Carole Emberton, an associate professor of history at the University at Buffalo, wrote in an email that various "Klans" that sprung up around the South acted as a "strong arm" for many local Democratic politicians during Reconstruction. Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest -- believed to be the KKK’s first Grand Dragon -- even spoke at the 1868 Democratic National Convention, said Emberton, author of "Beyond Redemption: Race, Violence and the American South after the Civil War."

But Emberton added a major caveat:

"The party lines of the 1860s/1870s are not the party lines of today," she wrote to us. "Although the names stayed the same, the platforms of the two parties reversed each other in the mid-20th century, due in large part to white ‘Dixiecrats’ flight out of the Democratic Party and into the Republican Party after the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. By then, the Democr

Posted 1 day ago.

No, the convention that was the opposite of the lily white GOP convention. That one.

Here's a link about your God lie:www(dot)newrepublic(dot)com/article/106966/debunking-democrats-hate-god-lie. I see your source was World Net Daily and Washington Times. We've told you those are not resources. They are the same as quoting The National Enquirer.

Lincoln (and Reagan) couldn't get to the table in today's GOP. Once again, a nitwit who thinks conservatives don't give and get abortions.

Posted 1 day ago.

rshill7

The convention where your delegates denied God three times? That one?

Your side's mention of race every other sentence on MSNBC?

Your side's insistence for abortion on demand killing tens of millions of black babies?

Your party's history and trying to cover it up with the never-ending, twisted accusations which should rightly be leveled at yourselves?

Your party's founding of the KKK?

My party was founded on freeing the slaves. Your party fought them every step of the way, even to the point of killing Lincoln.

Your party has such a difficult time with the truth because of what the truth contains about it.

Posted 1 day ago.

Republican: "I'm trying so hard to convince you(and myself)I'm not a racist."

Democrat: "No words necessary for our party, watch our convention."

Posted 1 day ago.

I guess Derryck Green would be an expert with his degree in...theology? Has he ever held a job? Like RS, no Real World experience.

Posted 1 day ago.

Your side knows they can't get IDs, and now the data is in that voting percentage is way down in states that implement the voter suppression laws the GOP seeks.

Posted 1 day ago.

normanlake

AND...Boo Hoo Netanyahu!

Posted 2 days ago.

rshill7

No, it properly assumes that democrats assume that.

They can't get ID's either can they? My side thinks they can, no problem whatsoever.

Say hello to your little party of historic and current racists. You fit right in.

Posted 2 days ago.

normanlake

Politibrew "we do stupid"

Posted 2 days ago.

Derryck Green's commentary is the most racist and condescending thing I've ever seen. It assumes blacks do not have the intelligence to look at both parties, analyze them, and determine which party is better.

Posted 2 days ago.

"And it was pretty clear to me. It wasn't just because I was willing to work across the aisle with a Democrat to get the recovery funds to come to Florida. It was also pretty apparent to me because it was the first African-American president.

Listen, I don't enjoy saying that. It's not what -- you know, it's fun to say, but I'm going to tell the truth and those are the facts."

Finally the truth about GOP racism exposed - GOP is not working with Obama because he's black. Thanks, Charlie.

Posted 2 days ago.

Why Charlie Crist left the GOP: JAKE TAPPER: So, clarify if you would for Florida voters -- are you saying there are so many racists in the Republican Party you couldn't remain a Republican?

CRIST: No. I'm saying that that element exists.

Listen, my mother and father are Republicans. I love them to death and they don't have a racial bone in their body, racist bone in their body. What is at work here is a pretty simple thing, and if you remember back with me to 2008 and some of the e-mails that were distributed about the president by some members, not all, of the Republican Party, they weren't exactly flattering. And I think you probably can research and find out what I'm talking about. But it wasn't right.

And I can tell you that the reaction I had gotten from some in the Republican Party, leadership, wasn't tolerable to me, you know? "

Posted 2 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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