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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

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Anyone can tell by this appointment what Trump agrees with:

 

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/vatican-vetted-magazine-accuses-steve-bannon-apocalyptic-geopoliti...


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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

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rk9152 wrote:

nctarheel wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Albion61 wrote:

In the federal court district of eastern North Carolina, with a 27% black population that has never had a black judge, Trump wants to fill the longest running district court vancncy in country with an attorney who fought for the GOP's effort to disenfranchise black voters in North Carolina with a voter ID law, and racial gerrymandering. Both of those laws passed by the Republican dominated General Assembly were overturned by the US Supreme Court as racially unsound.

 

http://www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/politics-columns-blogs/under-the-dome/article16...


an attorney who fought for the GOP's effort to disenfranchise black voters in North Carolina with a voter ID law

The above is a disgusting, racist comment. It assumes that while white people a fully capable of taking care on their ID requirements, black people are to stupid to do the same thing.

 

Isn't it time to start thinking about "Americans", not dividing us up into various "victim" groups in need of special treatment due to their assumed lack of abilities?


@rk9152,

 

It's time to talk about THE REAL TRUTH again.

 

What you term a racist comment above by @Albion61 is anything but one.

 

If you used your same flawed analysis, you would also say that the VOTING RIGHTS ACT of 1965 was also racist and thus, the Legislative and Executive Branches of the Federal Government were racist.

 

If you used your same flawed analysis, you would say that the overturning of the ID Law was also racist and thus, the SUPREME COURT was racist.

 

In fact, any positive ground that the Civil Rights Movement ever accomplished would be racist, using your flawed analysis.

 

The analysis you use is the same type analysis used by organizations such as the KKK and American Renaissance.

 

So, let's use the REAL TRUTH..... the Republicans in NC (and I live here) tried to place as many roadblocks to Black voters as they possibly could in order to reduce the power of the Black vote. They hired an attorney to defend them in this endeavor. That is the same attorney that THE PORCINE PRESIDENT is nominating for judgeship. It is obvious to most that if anyone is racist in this scenario; it is the PORCINE PRESIDENT.

 

If you feel that you must twist the REAL TRUTH to reflect the opposite, you are welcome to do so; however, be aware that an opinion in that direction puts your opinion in line with the opinions of the two organizations named above, The KKK and The American Renaissance.

 

 


Despite all the words, the bottom line is that assuming a black does not have the same abilities as a white to acquire a voter ID is offensively racist.

 

Silliness about "PORCINE PRESIDENT" does not change that basic reality.


Doesn't change the fact that trump is a racist.

Have pity for Melania - she wakes up with a jerk every morning
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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

Message 33 of 49 (258 Views)

Olderscout66 wrote:

Racists claim that every obsticle they place in the path of minorities trying to vote must be seen as just a way of making sure they aren't insulting the minority by implying they might not be able to overcome the obsticle.

 

Fortunately for Democracy, not even the fascist five of SCOTUS will buy that nonsense and are finally striking down these racist obscenities.

 

Republicans totally support these voter disenfranchisement laws because they help GOPers win without having to get a majority of the vote, and deprive minorities of equal protection under the law.


If racially neutral laws are opposed as harming blacks, that is a form or paternalistic racism - "They can't take care of them selves, they need the Massa to see to their needs".

 

That is a human reality and has nothing to do with GOPers nor the "fascist five". Hey, how about Reagan?? - you blame him for everything else.

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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

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nctarheel wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Albion61 wrote:

In the federal court district of eastern North Carolina, with a 27% black population that has never had a black judge, Trump wants to fill the longest running district court vancncy in country with an attorney who fought for the GOP's effort to disenfranchise black voters in North Carolina with a voter ID law, and racial gerrymandering. Both of those laws passed by the Republican dominated General Assembly were overturned by the US Supreme Court as racially unsound.

 

http://www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/politics-columns-blogs/under-the-dome/article16...


an attorney who fought for the GOP's effort to disenfranchise black voters in North Carolina with a voter ID law

The above is a disgusting, racist comment. It assumes that while white people a fully capable of taking care on their ID requirements, black people are to stupid to do the same thing.

 

Isn't it time to start thinking about "Americans", not dividing us up into various "victim" groups in need of special treatment due to their assumed lack of abilities?


@rk9152,

 

It's time to talk about THE REAL TRUTH again.

 

What you term a racist comment above by @Albion61 is anything but one.

 

If you used your same flawed analysis, you would also say that the VOTING RIGHTS ACT of 1965 was also racist and thus, the Legislative and Executive Branches of the Federal Government were racist.

 

If you used your same flawed analysis, you would say that the overturning of the ID Law was also racist and thus, the SUPREME COURT was racist.

 

In fact, any positive ground that the Civil Rights Movement ever accomplished would be racist, using your flawed analysis.

 

The analysis you use is the same type analysis used by organizations such as the KKK and American Renaissance.

 

So, let's use the REAL TRUTH..... the Republicans in NC (and I live here) tried to place as many roadblocks to Black voters as they possibly could in order to reduce the power of the Black vote. They hired an attorney to defend them in this endeavor. That is the same attorney that THE PORCINE PRESIDENT is nominating for judgeship. It is obvious to most that if anyone is racist in this scenario; it is the PORCINE PRESIDENT.

 

If you feel that you must twist the REAL TRUTH to reflect the opposite, you are welcome to do so; however, be aware that an opinion in that direction puts your opinion in line with the opinions of the two organizations named above, The KKK and The American Renaissance.

 

 


Despite all the words, the bottom line is that assuming a black does not have the same abilities as a white to acquire a voter ID is offensively racist.

 

Silliness about "PORCINE PRESIDENT" does not change that basic reality.

Valued Social Butterfly
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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

Message 35 of 49 (247 Views)

pc6063 wrote:

Hey Albion--Why bother to go deeper when the truth is systematically denied, and fictitious statements are put in their place?


Hey, pc, see what I mean about depth?

Valued Social Butterfly
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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

Message 36 of 49 (217 Views)

Albion61 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

 

If you want to dispute my thinking, try something deeper than citing a TV character or typing "depart, troll" - that is offensively shallow. An alternate might be "discussion".


Or not.


Hey, pc, see what I mean about "depth"??

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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

Message 37 of 49 (220 Views)

pc6063 wrote:

RK--LOL!  All information given you, which often includes amazing depth, is either ignored by you or termed "fake news, blind  hatred, or there is some ridiculous post about Neomarxists. 

 Taking that all into consideration, Albion's post seems to be right on the mark.


Sadly, most of the "depth" offered by the left is on a par with "LOL", "LMAO, "tRUMP", and "Gee, I miss having a real President!!".

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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

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Here ya' go Righties ................... defend Trump appointing and depending on a guy like this:

 

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/vatican-vetted-magazine-accuses-steve-bannon-apocalyptic-geopoliti...


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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

Message 39 of 49 (248 Views)

Racists claim that every obsticle they place in the path of minorities trying to vote must be seen as just a way of making sure they aren't insulting the minority by implying they might not be able to overcome the obsticle.

 

Fortunately for Democracy, not even the fascist five of SCOTUS will buy that nonsense and are finally striking down these racist obscenities.

 

Republicans totally support these voter disenfranchisement laws because they help GOPers win without having to get a majority of the vote, and deprive minorities of equal protection under the law.

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Re: Trump Nomination Keeps Racial Status Quo

Message 40 of 49 (251 Views)

rk9152 wrote:

Albion61 wrote:

In the federal court district of eastern North Carolina, with a 27% black population that has never had a black judge, Trump wants to fill the longest running district court vancncy in country with an attorney who fought for the GOP's effort to disenfranchise black voters in North Carolina with a voter ID law, and racial gerrymandering. Both of those laws passed by the Republican dominated General Assembly were overturned by the US Supreme Court as racially unsound.

 

http://www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/politics-columns-blogs/under-the-dome/article16...


an attorney who fought for the GOP's effort to disenfranchise black voters in North Carolina with a voter ID law

The above is a disgusting, racist comment. It assumes that while white people a fully capable of taking care on their ID requirements, black people are to stupid to do the same thing.

 

Isn't it time to start thinking about "Americans", not dividing us up into various "victim" groups in need of special treatment due to their assumed lack of abilities?


@rk9152,

 

It's time to talk about THE REAL TRUTH again.

 

What you term a racist comment above by @Albion61 is anything but one.

 

If you used your same flawed analysis, you would also say that the VOTING RIGHTS ACT of 1965 was also racist and thus, the Legislative and Executive Branches of the Federal Government were racist.

 

If you used your same flawed analysis, you would say that the overturning of the ID Law was also racist and thus, the SUPREME COURT was racist.

 

In fact, any positive ground that the Civil Rights Movement ever accomplished would be racist, using your flawed analysis.

 

The analysis you use is the same type analysis used by organizations such as the KKK and American Renaissance.

 

So, let's use the REAL TRUTH..... the Republicans in NC (and I live here) tried to place as many roadblocks to Black voters as they possibly could in order to reduce the power of the Black vote. They hired an attorney to defend them in this endeavor. That is the same attorney that THE PORCINE PRESIDENT is nominating for judgeship. It is obvious to most that if anyone is racist in this scenario; it is the PORCINE PRESIDENT.

 

If you feel that you must twist the REAL TRUTH to reflect the opposite, you are welcome to do so; however, be aware that an opinion in that direction puts your opinion in line with the opinions of the two organizations named above, The KKK and The American Renaissance.