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    Quote Originally Posted by Koolbota View Post
    White people are idiots, just blind and dumb.
    Well, the ones who vote Democrat most certainly fit that criteria.


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  3. What? Obama would not have been elected if it wasn't for the white vote. Blacks only account for 12% of the population (although some did vote 6 times). It's not the skin color it's the content of character that matters.

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    I am white and eighth generation Southerner. I voted for a black man in the 2000 primaries. (Alan Keyes) I would have voted for him in the general election too, had Bush not been the preferred candidate of liberal Republicans. I can list a fair number of black men that I would rather have as president than most white men.

    The trouble is, Mel Watt did not say what he really meant. A majority of white people will not vote for a black candidate who is a Marxist/communist/socialist/liberal. So he, as all of the above, feels that they should be excluded from the process.

    The truth be known, most liberals feel this way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mclureb View Post
    What? Obama would not have been elected if it wasn't for the white vote. Blacks only account for 12% of the population (although some did vote 6 times). It's not the skin color it's the content of character that matters.
    Haven't you heard? When Martin Luther King said that, it really wasn't what he meant. He was a communist and couldn't say what was really on his mind, and that comment was buzz-words for his belief in wealth redistribution.

    That BS is what is currently being perpetrated by the Left. People who marched alongside him have no more respect for him than that, as they are agreeing.

    Whites are still the majority, but when only 66% or less of them vote, it really doesn't matter that they are. Blacks represent only 12% of the population, but in 2008 represented 13% of voters, and that is estimated to be even higher last year. Latinos made up 10% last year, and 71% of those voted for Obama. Current estimate last year is that non-whites were about 28% of the electorate last year, traditionally the number is much less than that.

    Currently, 56% of blacks live in the South, and that number is growing as blacks who left the South in the 50s and 60s are returning here to retire. That means that more than half of them live in states that overwhelmingly voted for Romney....which is food for thought.
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    Being from NC, I can tell you that Mel Watt is about as useless as tits on a bull!
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    “There would be a substantial majority of white voters who would say that under no circumstances would they vote for an African American candidate,” Watt said Oct. 14, 2005 during a Washington hearing held by the National Commission on the Voting Rights Act.
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    The Voting Rights Act should be expanded to “adjust districts to take [racially motivated voting] into account,” Watts said.
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    Such voters “need to be factored out of the equation,” Watt said, because “I’ve got no use for them in the democratic process.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    89% of blacks voted for obuma. racist? I don't know but I do know you couldn't get a majority to agree if it is night or day
    So, using Watt's logic that a substantial majority of black voters did not vote for a white candidate, and presumably would not do so again in a similar future scenario, then they should be excluded from the democratic process. Funny how these complete idiots never seem to realize how badly they hang themselves with their own twisted logic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koolbota View Post
    White people are idiots, just blind and dumb.
    lol dang i wanted koolbota to get banned on one of my threads

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew49417 View Post
    And... I was hearing about minorities who voted for Obama strictly because of his skin color. My ex wife always said she votes for all female candidates who run fir office, no matter what. Gender/ race is a stupid reason to vote for anyone.
    What if it is between two female candidates? Will she just skip the vote? My MIL is a "feminist" AND a contradiction. I know how you feel. Just don't let her see you roll your eyes or you will have to listen to it for a few hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew49417 View Post
    And... I was hearing about minorities who voted for Obama strictly because of his skin color. My ex wife always said she votes for all female candidates who run fir office, no matter what. Gender/ race is a stupid reason to vote for anyone.
    I've heard people say that and I'm with you on it being incredibly stupid. I vote based on the candidate that closely its my ideologies and who best do the job, regardless of race/gender. To me, those should be the deciding factors.
    You can have good intentions and not be right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino View Post
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    So, using Watt's logic that a substantial majority of black voters did not vote for a white candidate, and presumably would not do so again in a similar future scenario, then they should be excluded from the democratic process. Funny how these complete idiots never seem to realize how badly they hang themselves with their own twisted logic.
    That's just it....there is no logic involved. He truly does not associate black people voting for someone because of the color of his skin with white people not voting for someone because of the color of his skin. And he truly believes that whites did not vote for Obama because he is black.

    They say this crap so much that they believe it themselves.
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