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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by mandym, May 1, 2012.
It's a tried and true Democrat strategy...
It worked on the Blacks so why not women?
Racist comments are against the policy of Baptist Board.
If they are not race baiting they are stirring up gender issues because it raises emotions fast and high.
How can the Republicans not be seen as waging a war on women. It has become so obvious ... but they are scrambling now trying to cover themselves while still attempting to pass laws that harm women .... and men though this aspect has not been mentioned ... except rarely.
Just look at the laws they have passed and have proposed in state governments that harm people, especially the poor.
Thank you Mandym. The whole thrust of every post he makes is "it raises emotions fast and high." I could not have used better words.
I think you are way to concerned with the poster rather than the content. If you weren't so blinded you would have seen that mandym was agreeing with targus.
BTW, nothing in targus's post was racist.
The article has a great point!
But if we want to further ignite and fan the flames of divide like the obama administration is doing, perhaps Republicans should start broadcasting about the Dems war on the unborn, because that is what it is, and the war on blacks. Abortion, is not about choice for the infant and is not about a woman's body, it is black genocide pure and simple, started by Margaret Sanger founder of Planned Parenthood. If I were a Republican candidate who wanted to play hardball, that is the issue I would ignite. I have no doubt the Al Sharptons, etc. know it, so they are in essence promoting extermination of their own race. http://blackgenocide.org/home.html
So it's a good thing that I did not make one.
She was talking about the Democrats and the topic of the article...
Not my post. :laugh:
You are too funny, Dude. :laugh:
No, that is where you are wrong, and thought you would recongize the difference. Since every post made by you, you demand be the center of attention, one can only assume that everyone is just rivited to everything you say. So why would it be unreasonable to come to the conclusion that it is being directed, at the self proclaimed center of attention, that is, any word you speak, your majesty.
That is your opinion. When a comment implies a whole group of people have the inability to make individual decisions, but are, as a group taken in by a con artist, that is racist. Your post makes about as much sense as the third party comment.
If the media reported that the Republicans were waging war on circus clowns you would be all over that too.
Anything, in your mind, to discredit Republicans is legitimate.
Your hatred and biased against republicans has clouded your judgement, and skewed your interpretation of truth.
The truth is that all minority groups have been lied to by the Democrats. They seek a false sense of entitlement that the Dems keep promising. The Dems patronize them just to get their votes.
It is not racist to point out the truth.
Not so. Each minority group is made up of individuals that have the ability to make a decision. It is painting an entire group of people with one characteristic because of race, gender, creed, etc. It would be like saying all Baptist preachers were taken in by KFC because they look like beach balls.
I was raised in the South and am mixed blood (Black and white), so i know what I am talking about.
The pressure to vote Dem in the black community is enormous. If you are black and vote Republican, your family, your church, and your friends will call you a traitor and turn their back on you. They believe the same propaganda that CTB does in that the Republicans are evil and out to take everything they have.
Saturn, you are wrong here, it is more than just an individual decision.
It is extreme peer pressure and brainwashing.
His comment was not racist. he was pointing out that the Dems are doing with women the same thing they did with blacks. Stop derailing this thread.
Growing up in Gulfport, MS in the 50s and 60s, I know exactly what I am talking about. That has nothing to do with CTB's political stances, of which we are on opposite poles. On the opposite end, in my church for example, if I said I was voting for Obama, you do not think I would be thought of by the same words as in your post? Fair is fair.
Oh, and by the way, I did not vote for Obama last time, and will not this time.
You are wrong about the defintion of racist, but that is seperate and apart from how Republicans treat women. Republicans to their credit do not go after groups of people like women and different races. The Democrats do that. The only group I can think of the Republicans may go after in a similar fashion are Christian evangelicals, with words of family values and morality that ring hallow after each election, especially this one.
The reaction from your church if you voted for Obama would be nothing compared to the extreme reaction that blacks face when they vote republican.
For instance, take a poll in a black community and you will find that they absolutely despise Colin Powell,. Michael Steele, Clarence Thomas, Alan Keyes and JC Watts.
You don't understand, black voters will be rejected and ostracized for voting Republican.
And the Dems add fuel to that fire just to get votes. It is dishonest and racist to say the least.