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Q Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-13-04 10:11 AM
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7. Another overt sign of this new coaltion of segregationists...
Edited on Mon Dec-13-04 10:12 AM by Q the civil rights abuses that have happened in the last two elections (that we can trace). Blacks and other minorities who vote mostly Democrat were forced to wait in long lines. Others were disqualified to vote because their names appeared on 'felon lists'...though few of them were felons. These are just a couple examples of how Blacks and others have been prevented from voting.

But the sinister part of all of this is that the leadership of the Democratic party has been mysteriously silent about these civil rights abuses. These abuses could be prosecuted under civil rights laws...but for some reason the leadership has been convinced it's not worth the time or effort. Why?

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  -Did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 permanently divide the Democratic party.. Q  Dec-13-04 09:30 AM   #0 
  - and shine  mopinko   Dec-13-04 09:39 AM   #1 
  - Part of the plan to divide this nation into factions...  Q   Dec-13-04 09:45 AM   #2 
     - Nope, this isn't class warfare, we'd win that.  patcox2   Dec-13-04 11:01 AM   #9 
     - true  PROGRESSIVE1   Dec-13-04 11:36 AM   #14 
  - Interesting comments in the last three paragraphs  Bluzmann57   Dec-13-04 09:51 AM   #3 
  - Your 'rant' isn't off topic at all...  Q   Dec-13-04 10:01 AM   #5 
  - How could a unifying idea...  vpigrad   Dec-13-04 10:00 AM   #4 
  - The 'unifying idea'...  Q   Dec-13-04 10:03 AM   #6 
     - Race warfare is not class warfare, don't use the republican term.  patcox2   Dec-13-04 11:09 AM   #11 
        - There is more to this 'warfare' than simply race...  Q   Dec-13-04 11:15 AM   #12 
           - Disagree, instead, race used to splinter a party based on class.  patcox2   Dec-13-04 11:33 AM   #13 
  - Another overt sign of this new coaltion of segregationists...  Q   Dec-13-04 10:11 AM   #7 
  - I think it did. White southern dems started to become Republicans.  MJDuncan1982   Dec-13-04 10:37 AM   #8 
  - Much of the population in the South have migrated from the North...  kentuck   Dec-13-04 11:05 AM   #10 
  - The lionization of the hard working, but poor, White male.  Tierra_y_Libertad   Dec-13-04 01:16 PM   #15 
     - I'm glad...  Q   Dec-13-04 02:44 PM   #16 

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