- Joined Mar 30, 2007
This is kinda what I was saying when I disagreed with @northoaklandfc about point #3. The deplorables have indoctrinated the white supremacist/white nationalist agenda into their party.It amazes me how white people can vote for some of these republicans but in the same vein tell you that they are not racist. Like bruh, if you vote for a racist, you are indeed a racist. No way around that. Also, if you're a minority voting for them, you're ignorant and deserve the criticism and backlash that you are receiving as well. Although financially, I am considered upper middle class, as a black man, I can never vote for someone whose policies will cause harm to the black community. Republicans have shown me nothing but bigotry and hatred for anyone who isn't white regardless of how much money they have.
Hispanic isnt a race. There are millions of white Hispanics.White dude named robert trying to win the hispanic vote by calling himself beto and a hispanic dude with the last name cruz trying his hardest to distance himself from his hispanic side. You can't make this ish up
I’m not a Roy Moore supporter. That said, to my knowledge, he was accused of being a pedophile. I do not think he was ever convicted of those acts. So he is presumed innocent unless or until he is proven guilty.Don't play coy. You support Trump and all his lackeys. One of them(Roy Moore) happens to be a known pedophile. Hence your support of pedophiles.
I can see Gillum winning. I don’t think Stacy Abrams or O’Rourke will.On Tuesday, we’ll be running a massive (not to mention extraordinarily high stakes) political science experiment.
Beto O’Rourke, Andrew Gillum and Stacey Abrams, with a combination of a measured but clear leftward shift on economic/healthcare issues and a very strong anti-racism message in an effort to expand the electorate, will try to turn Republican leaning States into Democratic meaning States.
If they succeed, they will be able to make a case in 2020 to campaign on a platform that may not be as left as Bernie Sanders but is certainly to left of Varack Obama in 2008. It is fascinating to see because those three have similarities to 2008 Obama but because of different dynamics in their electorates, are not shying away from either black and brown empowerment nor redistribution of wealth.
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