Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by Cajun Sensation, May 11, 2011.
Yeah, that was kinda rhetorical.
They could've stayed home and he still would've won running away. The black vote did not swing that election. The independent vote did. A lot of people voted for him because of his skin color. Those people represent way more than the voting bloc to who your post is pointed.
The real correlation is the number of "voters" of the majority who never vote, but showed up in 2010 because they saw that as a way to beat the black guy who in less than two years had already ruined "their" country.
Works (or doesn't) both ways.
Exactly, hell the black vote is insignificant because Republicans have done everything in their power to stop blacks from voting.
It's not Republicans who herded them (poor people of all stripes) into reservations and made them dependant on the government.
I didn't vote for Obama because he was a neophyte with no executive experience and a mysterious past with questionable associations. He has done nothing to make me think I was wrong.
Voter Suppression Bills Sweep the Country | Center for Media and Democracy
If you can't beat em, cheat em.
We conservatives call that "prove you are eligible to vote". It would only suppress illegal voting.
call it whatever you want, the goal is to stop anyone who votes democrat to be disenfranchised. just like the goal of union busting is to end funding to the democratic party, not about balancing budgets.
God, you liberals are paranoid. Nobody is disenfranchised. If you want to vote, you can vote. Just be properly registered, show up at the proper polling place with proper ID and cast your vote.
Not about me man, I have I.D. and I'm white.