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    "racists seem to be more drawn to the Republican party than the Democratic"

    Actually it is the exact opposite. Many of the Dem positions are in fact racist. To think, imply, and insist that minority individuals can not succeed without special treatment is a very racist position. It casts successful minorities as less than successful Whites. It is dishonest, and it is racist.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by maybejim View Post
    "racists seem to be more drawn to the Republican party than the Democratic"

    Actually it is the exact opposite. Many of the Dem positions are in fact racist. To think, imply, and insist that minority individuals can not succeed without special treatment is a very racist position. It casts successful minorities as less than successful Whites. It is dishonest, and it is racist.
    You're absolutely correct and it is not just racist, it is actually a psychological SLAVERY worse than anything used in the 1800's.

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    You want racism read Obamas own book, now with reference to 2nd amendment, Romney is not a good choice and Cain has stated he has no problem with cities setting firearms standards, unabridged means unabridged 2nd amendment to me, and no one in any debate has even referenced the 2nd amendment.

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    Ron Paul, while strong on 2nd Ammendment issues, isn't going to get the nomination in my opinion. Herman Cain gave Wolf Blitzer on CNN an interview in June of this year, in which he stated his belief in and support of the 2nd Ammendment. He said the the "people" have a right to protect themselves. A good position in my opinion.

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    The left is always first to play the race card and in fact it can be said would be the only one's to do so. There are too many examples to start citing here but if someone wants to do just a little research it will be easy to find. The "reverend" Jackson, Sharpton, etc are there simply to stir the race pot and take the cash that results from the racial division they can stir up, particularly when it helps thier lefty buds. Having said that, the black caucus and others (Belefonte, most recently) will call Cain names, such as "bad apple". BTW, Cain's response was beautifull: "I left the Democrat plantation years ago".

    The left plays politics of division be it stirring up class warfare, racial tensions, etc allowing the left supporting major media twist it to make Mr. and Mrs Don't Know Crap Americans believe the right (especially the Tea Party now) is racist and dangerous. Despite what you will say, there is typically although not always a "D" behind the names of those in higher political offices or in elite media stirring such pots, supporting the racial and economic division that fuels controversy. Again, this controversy allows elite media to misrepresent and misreport conservatives and liberals alike attempting to make the former demonized and the latter as fighting for America. Currently, this is the only way anyone with a "D" gets elected to higher office.

    The above tactics would not be needed when this country has enough voting people who hate the ideals this country was founded on and want to dismantle it. If there are enough people who want to sit at the feeding trough, who want everything needed in life with no effort or who simply vote for who is 'cool' or 'hip' or popular having been molded by the media then deception will not be needed. The marxist's and statists (read ObaMao and his handlers) will be able to be themselves without the need to fool any silent majority of mid-right Americans to be voted in time and time again. Sure, we'll have a Venezuela or Greece, but the current younger generation and future generations will not know the difference or care.

    But for now, liberals must continue to pretend to be 'moderate' or even conservative on some issues to be electable. Most "D"'s must have the media twist information to fool Americans to be elected. Juz word, yo.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by JohnD13:235440
    Ron Paul, while strong on 2nd Ammendment issues, isn't going to get the nomination in my opinion. Herman Cain gave Wolf Blitzer on CNN an interview in June of this year, in which he stated his belief in and support of the 2nd Ammendment. He said the the "people" have a right to protect themselves. A good position in my opinion.
    Cain did say that but he also said that if a state wants to ban guns the people are SOL.

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    Bachman. Paul is already finished.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    Bachman. Paul is already finished.
    Says you! Bachmann (see correct spelling)was through before she even started. Paul is the only "no compromise" candidate, and everyone on this forum should be supporting him. Cain doesn't agree with SCOTUS, and would let states determine gun rights like Illinois. Romney is not your strong advocate for 2A, and even said basically "not in my back yard" when asked about 2A in Mass. Political experts are changing their tune as of recent to indicate that a long shot like Paul, or even a third party candidate could win the 2012. I see a lot of people, 99%, identifying with the "Occupy" movement, not for their insane socialistic demands, but for the basic message. We got here because all politicians, and most rich CEO/banker types have screwed the U.S. so they could get rich, and it's time for a payback. Support Paul; end the Fed.
    "The 2nd amendment was never intended to allow private citizens to 'keep and bear arms'. If it had, there would have been wording such as 'the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed'." -- Ken Konecki on Usenet, on 27 Jul 1992

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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    If someone has half a mind to vote for Paul then go ahead, half a mind is all it takes.
    ...and with Paul wanting to legalize drugs, you can bet there will be many 1/2 minded people voting for him. Too bad their individual votes don't count but 1/2.

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