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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    this election is not about race on the part of the right. It is however about race on the part of the left. They vote for the guy because he is supposedly half african. They threaten violence against whites if their candidate is not elected. They've BEEN attacking persons of any other color than they are, and persons who have different political beliefs. The left is threatening assassination chatter to the republican candidate if americans elect him.

    This race is about the direction of the country. Our economy, our sovereignty and security. It is about returning to the constitution and reigning in the bureaucracy and ever encroaching federal gov't. It is about truth and freedom and justice.
    That's an excellent point, sometimes I forget that the left is rooted in racial hatred and bigotry. Thanks for reminding me.
    Just because you read it that way doesn't mean that's what it says.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    this election is not about race on the part of the right. It is however about race on the part of the left. They vote for the guy because he is supposedly half african. They threaten violence against whites if their candidate is not elected. They've BEEN attacking persons of any other color than they are, and persons who have different political beliefs. The left is threatening assassination chatter to the republican candidate if americans elect him.

    This race is about the direction of the country. Our economy, our sovereignty and security. It is about returning to the constitution and reigning in the bureaucracy and ever encroaching federal gov't. It is about truth and freedom and justice.

    Good grief. You forgot "liberty", Valley Forge, the Founding Fathers, and Iwo Jima.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThirdTerm View Post
    53% of Hispanics in America are White Hispanics who are racially white and of Hispanic descent and whites of English descent will become less prominent demographically within few decades but America will maintain a white majority for some time to come as half of Hispanics are actually whites and whites in America are more ethnically diverse than those in Australia who are predominantly of English stock because of the country's enduring colonial ties with Britain. Moreover, anti-Hispanic sentiments may be the reason why 70% of whites in California oppose the Dream Act and Hispanics are expected to become the state's majority by 2024 while 70% of whites support the legislation in northern states where Hispanics are less than 20% of the population.
    Wonderful.


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    Well, well.....it was about race.

    Hispanics and blacks turned out in droves for Obama. Then there were the youth and white single women (many educated) who added to his chorus.

    Strongest GOP support came from middle-aged and elderly white men, many of whom will be dead by 2016.

    Which means, of course, that unless the GOP somehow reinvents itself, the growing minorities will continue to swamp the white male vote and condemn it to decades in the wilderness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awryly View Post
    Well, well.....it was about race.

    Hispanics and blacks turned out in droves for Obama. Then there were the youth and white women (many educated) who added to his chorus.

    Strongest GOP support came from middle-aged and elderly white men, many of whom will be dead by 2016.

    Which means, of course, that unless the GOP somehow reinvents itself, the growing minorities will continue to swamp the white male vote and condemn it to decades in the desert.
    Don't care what it was about, just glad the Vulture gut and run Capitalist, Legitimate Rape only, Coaltion, did not seize control of the White House.

    Still got the Confederate South Conservatives in the other house to deal with. Same obstructionism no doubt, will prevent any kind of progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awryly View Post
    Well, well.....it was about race.

    Hispanics and blacks turned out in droves for Obama. Then there were the youth and white women (many educated) who added to his chorus.

    Strongest GOP support came from middle-aged and elderly white men, many of whom will be dead by 2016.

    Which means, of course, that unless the GOP somehow reinvents itself, the growing minorities will continue to swamp the white male vote and condemn it to decades in the wilderness.

    I see one of Fox's premier goats, Dick Morris, who predicted a Romney landslide, has made exactly the same observations and reached the same conclusion with the benefit of hindsight reality has forced on him.

    Which is that if the GOP doesn't change, it will never win an election.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyDog View Post
    Don't care what it was about, just glad the Vulture gut and run Capitalist, Legitimate Rape only, Coaltion, did not seize control of the White House.

    Still got the Confederate South Conservatives in the other house to deal with. Same obstructionism no doubt, will prevent any kind of progress.
    Moderate Republicans will soon get sick of the extremists as they try to dig in. The Tea Party will die an inevitable death.

    Although the rootin', tootin, shootin, happy clappers will stay. They have nowhere else to go.
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    In a brilliant acceptance speech, Obama had to take a messianic tone in an attempt to achieve some, any, unity in the US. Even Romney was conciliatory,

    Both recognise that the US's divisions run deep, probably too deep.

    No politician in any other country in the West would feel the need for such biblical rhetoric.

    If that speech had been delivered in NZ, we would all looked at one another and said "Eh? What?" in thoroughly bemused undertones.

    But it is, sadly, the sort of speech America needs and has to have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awryly View Post
    In a brilliant acceptance speech, Obama had to take a messianic tone in an attempt to achieve some, any, unity in the US. Even Romney was conciliatory,

    Both recognise that the US's divisions run deep, probably too deep.

    No politician in any other country in the West would feel the need for such biblical rhetoric.

    If that speech had been delivered in NZ, we would all looked at one another and said "Eh? What?" in thoroughly bemused undertones.

    But it is, sadly, the sort of speech America needs and has to have.

    That's because no other western nation aside from Canada was insane enough to allow such a thing to occur. Multiculturalism is a failure and multiracial societies have permanent faultlines. Europeans (and Kiwis) have rejected it although their handlers still largely insist on the American model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awryly View Post
    Well, well.....it was about race.

    Hispanics and blacks turned out in droves for Obama. Then there were the youth and white single women (many educated) who added to his chorus.

    Strongest GOP support came from middle-aged and elderly white men, many of whom will be dead by 2016.

    Which means, of course, that unless the GOP somehow reinvents itself, the growing minorities will continue to swamp the white male vote and condemn it to decades in the wilderness.
    BO could not have won without substantial white support. Sadly, it will take a collapse or near collapse for these people to wake up.
    Whoever criticizes capitalism, while approving immigration, whose working class is its first victim, had better shut up. Whoever criticizes immigration, while remaining silent about capitalism, should do the same.


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