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    1966 House

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    Quote Originally Posted by jet57 View Post
    Dude: My family's from the south! We've been in this country for 254 years. I can tell you with the greatest confidence that you have no idea what you're talking about.
    Yes he does

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    I'm not sure why but this myth about the CRA and Southern loyalty is something progressive morons can't let go of.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by jet57 View Post
    Youíre talking about two different parties just like the Republicans of today are nowhere near the Republicans of Lincolnís time. After the Civil Rights Act, the Southern Democrats flocked to the Republican Party. I have theorized that the real trouble with Reconstruction was the Radical Republicans.

    Well that's a new one. Used to be Republicans were the cause, shown it was Democrats, then it was conservatives, now there are two Democratic Parties. Amazing, simply amazing!

    Mister D already handle your second piece of bullcrap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RMNIXON View Post
    We can all see who is being Dishonest and that is very telling.

    Your false Guilt Trip has failed!

    Is mamooth now_what because now_what pulled the same BS in another thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    1968 House results.

    Man, the South sure was pissed. ROFL
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...d-that-happen/
    Many have noted that whiteness is a fundamental part of todayís Republican Party. Our results suggest that this is nothing new and show where it came from. The Southern GOP consciously decided in the early 20th century to make itself white by excluding blacks from the party leadership. This was a necessary condition for making the Southern Republican Party viable ó and ultimately dominant ó in elections in the late 20th century.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Well that's a new one. Used to be Republicans were the cause, shown it was Democrats, then it was conservatives, now there are two Democratic Parties. Amazing, simply amazing!

    Mister D already handle your second piece of bullcrap.
    No he didn't: https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...d-that-happen/

    Many have noted that whiteness is a fundamental part of today’s Republican Party. Our results suggest that this is nothing new and show where it came from. The Southern GOP consciously decided in the early 20th century to make itself white by excluding blacks from the party leadership. This was a necessary condition for making the Southern Republican Party viable — and ultimately dominant — in elections in the late 20th century.
    Make everything from toy guns that spark, to flesh-colored Christs that glow in the dark. Itís easy to see without looking too far, that not much is really sacred.
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    Does anyone know what this is supposed to mean? Lol

    As I've demonstrated about half a dozen times now, it took decades for the south to become a GOP stronghold. The south was still returning Democratic majorities to the House and Senate for over 30 years after the CRA was passed. Quite frankly, if the Democrats had really lost the south in the 1960s they would have ceased to be a viable national party.

    The sad reality is that the people peddling this misinformation are either dishonest or as ignorant as their readers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Well that's a new one. Used to be Republicans were the cause, shown it was Democrats, then it was conservatives, now there are two Democratic Parties. Amazing, simply amazing!

    Mister D already handle your second piece of bullcrap.
    The real problem with Reconstruction was Reconstruction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jet57 View Post
    Youíre talking about two different parties just like the Republicans of today are nowhere near the Republicans of Lincolnís time. After the Civil Rights Act, the Southern Democrats flocked to the Republican Party. I have theorized that the real trouble with Reconstruction was the Radical Republicans.

    Keep pushing that myth. Eventually you may even believe it.
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