OtherGround Forums The racists jumped shipped to Republican in 1960s

2 days ago
3/18/12
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Democrats what's have been and always will be racist.  It's just harder to tell now.  Equal opportunity for ALL!

 

MAGA

2 days ago
5/7/08
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You can't really espouse Identity Politics as part of your platform and not be racist.
2 days ago
9/10/10
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republican people have never been racist

 

racism started to end in intesity in the 70's and white people started calling each other racists, all tho they no longer were not racist

 

racist is not thinking black people are this or mexican people are this or white people are this thats stereotyping

Racist is not liking or associating and of anyone because of there race, and paying them less, or not giving them a fair chance because of there race.

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2/22/13
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Pustak -
NewGuy82 -

Wait, are people trying to say white racists are more likely to vote Democrat? Is that a serious stance anyone is taking? David Duke is a Democrat? 

David Duke served as a Republican in the Louisiana House from 1989-92, ran as a Republican for Senate in 1990 (and received 43% of the vote in the primary) and as a Republican for governor in 1992. In February 2016 he urged people to vote for Trump, on the grounds that while Trump doesn't hate Jews, he at least wanted to close the borders.

 

Let's be clear that Duke is an opportunist and jumps from party to party. To their credit he has been repudiated by the Republican party leadership on multiple occasions. But he has had no affiliation with the Democrats for over 30 years, and has continually tried to appeal to Republican voters during that period. He does not in any way help your case.

No one listens to communists.  Find a helicopter already.

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2/9/12
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Orcus Orcus and Orcus. 

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2/25/09
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How inconvenient historical facts are to the lefts narrative. An inconvenient truth! Rofl

2 days ago
5/7/08
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Slap Johnson - 

How inconvenient historical facts are to the lefts narrative. An inconvenient truth! Rofl


Facts and logic are the brick and mortar of institutionalized white supremacy.

2 days ago
11/1/06
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Slap Johnson -

How inconvenient historical facts are to the lefts narrative. An inconvenient truth! Rofl

Your memes are making you literally stupid. 

You do know the parties switched right? It’s not a secret.

 

2 days ago
6/11/13
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CobraKaiRep -
madmartigan -
Pustak -
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MarcusAurelioFan -
Slap Johnson -

This makes no sense. So after the republicans freed the slaves and moved forward the civil rights act the racists decided to move over to them?

sorry, that was a century prior

I hope you understand that in history we witness the evolution of change and ideas

The civil rights act, filibustered for 74 days by DEMOCRATS. Almost 80% of the no votes were DEMOCRAT. 
 

The more things change the more they stay the same. 

Northern Democrats voted 145–9 in favor of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The mass of votes against it came from Representatives of Southern states - segregationists who had been Democrats because of the legacy of the Civil War period. Two months after this vote 5 of the 6 states that went to Goldwater over LBJ were in the Deep South, including 3 that had gone to the Democrats before the 1964 Civil Rights act was signed into law by a Democratic president.

Exactly.

 

The civil rights act broke down along regional lines, not party ones.

 

Now the region that fought the civil rights act is the GOP stronghold.

Wait you mean to tell me confederate pride isn't the highest in places like California and New york?! No way! That's unheard of

Confederate pride, what is that? I'm from the south and have never heard this in my life. 

What I can tell you I have heard is pride in their heritage of country living. Living off the land, fishing, hunting, and farming. A life of providing for yourself and a disdain for the government for infringing upon their rights.

Did you know most people in the south didn't own slaves? Why, because they were poor. Only rich plantation owners could afford slave labor.

Why do you think southerners had big families? So they had people to help tend to the farm. 

2 days ago
3/23/06
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lol I think OP just likes pissing people off. 

2 days ago
5/22/05
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It's a mystery where all those white southerners who supported segregation up and wemt after the civil rights bill passed. It's like they vanished into thin air or did they soon become the gop's most reliable constituency?

2 days ago
8/8/18
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Not only are you wrong OP but none of this shit even matters.

2 days ago
11/1/06
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I suppose the civil war was over states rights too.

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6/30/07
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MarcusAurelioFan -

"The big break didn’t come until President Johnson, another Southern Democrat, signed the Civil Rights Act in 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965.

The change wasn’t total or immediate. During the late 1960s and early ‘70s, white Southerners were still transitioning away from the Democratic party (newly enfranchised black Southerners voted and continue to vote Democratic). And even as Republican Richard Nixon employed a “Southern strategy” that appealed to the racism of Southern white voters, former Alabama Governor George Wallace (who’d wanted “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, and segregation forever”) ran as a Democrat in the 1972 presidential primaries."

 

So whenever someone mentions the Democrats creating the Ku Klux Klan, and Martin Luther King was a Republican, feel free to read this (real) bit of history.

 

 

 

While it's true that history is written by the winners, you are no winner. Therefore this sjw fan fiction just won't fly.

2 days ago
4/20/20
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Mountain Medic -
MarcusAurelioFan -

"The big break didn’t come until President Johnson, another Southern Democrat, signed the Civil Rights Act in 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965.

The change wasn’t total or immediate. During the late 1960s and early ‘70s, white Southerners were still transitioning away from the Democratic party (newly enfranchised black Southerners voted and continue to vote Democratic). And even as Republican Richard Nixon employed a “Southern strategy” that appealed to the racism of Southern white voters, former Alabama Governor George Wallace (who’d wanted “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, and segregation forever”) ran as a Democrat in the 1972 presidential primaries."

 

So whenever someone mentions the Democrats creating the Ku Klux Klan, and Martin Luther King was a Republican, feel free to read this (real) bit of history.

 

 

 

While it's true that history is written by the winners, you are no winner. Therefore this sjw fan fiction just won't fly.

You have no contrary argument do you?

 

It's just factually accurate.

 

And while you're dealing with it, try to explain to yourself why there are so few black people in the republican party.

 

 

2 days ago
7/31/09
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*watches hilary pull out hot sauce from her purse after she calls black people super predators.*

 

"If you don't vote for me, your not really black." -joe biden

 

*looks at the various pics of dem leaders that donned klan/Hitler costumes/black face*

 

You fool no one, op. No one.

2 days ago
4/20/20
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Kings21 -

*watches hilary pull out hot sauce from her purse after she calls black people super predators.*

 

"If you don't vote for me, your not really black." -joe biden

 

*looks at the various pics of dem leaders that donned klan/Hitler costumes/black face*

 

You fool no one, op. No one.

You're absolutely right. No one is fooled. That's why black people vote overwhelmingly for the Democratic party, And white identarians vote against it. 

 

The party names are just labels, and just like the recipe for Coca-Cola no longer has actual cocaine in it, the party's recipes have also changed

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6/30/07
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madmartigan -
Mountain Medic -
MarcusAurelioFan -

"The big break didn’t come until President Johnson, another Southern Democrat, signed the Civil Rights Act in 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965.

The change wasn’t total or immediate. During the late 1960s and early ‘70s, white Southerners were still transitioning away from the Democratic party (newly enfranchised black Southerners voted and continue to vote Democratic). And even as Republican Richard Nixon employed a “Southern strategy” that appealed to the racism of Southern white voters, former Alabama Governor George Wallace (who’d wanted “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, and segregation forever”) ran as a Democrat in the 1972 presidential primaries."

 

So whenever someone mentions the Democrats creating the Ku Klux Klan, and Martin Luther King was a Republican, feel free to read this (real) bit of history.

 

 

 

While it's true that history is written by the winners, you are no winner. Therefore this sjw fan fiction just won't fly.

You have no contrary argument do you?

 

It's just factually accurate.

 

And while you're dealing with it, try to explain to yourself why there are so few black people in the republican party.

 

 

Keep trying, you've almost completely eaten your tail.

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4/20/20
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Mountain Medic -
madmartigan -
Mountain Medic -
MarcusAurelioFan -

"The big break didn’t come until President Johnson, another Southern Democrat, signed the Civil Rights Act in 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965.

The change wasn’t total or immediate. During the late 1960s and early ‘70s, white Southerners were still transitioning away from the Democratic party (newly enfranchised black Southerners voted and continue to vote Democratic). And even as Republican Richard Nixon employed a “Southern strategy” that appealed to the racism of Southern white voters, former Alabama Governor George Wallace (who’d wanted “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, and segregation forever”) ran as a Democrat in the 1972 presidential primaries."

 

So whenever someone mentions the Democrats creating the Ku Klux Klan, and Martin Luther King was a Republican, feel free to read this (real) bit of history.

 

 

 

While it's true that history is written by the winners, you are no winner. Therefore this sjw fan fiction just won't fly.

You have no contrary argument do you?

 

It's just factually accurate.

 

And while you're dealing with it, try to explain to yourself why there are so few black people in the republican party.

 

 

Keep trying, you've almost completely eaten your tail.

I think you're confusing my tail with your lunch

2 days ago
1/1/01
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Mountain Medic - 
MarcusAurelioFan -

"The big break didn’t come until President Johnson, another Southern Democrat, signed the Civil Rights Act in 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965.

The change wasn’t total or immediate. During the late 1960s and early ‘70s, white Southerners were still transitioning away from the Democratic party (newly enfranchised black Southerners voted and continue to vote Democratic). And even as Republican Richard Nixon employed a “Southern strategy” that appealed to the racism of Southern white voters, former Alabama Governor George Wallace (who’d wanted “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, and segregation forever”) ran as a Democrat in the 1972 presidential primaries."

 

So whenever someone mentions the Democrats creating the Ku Klux Klan, and Martin Luther King was a Republican, feel free to read this (real) bit of history.

 

 

 

While it's true that history is written by the winners, you are no winner. Therefore this sjw fan fiction just won't fly.


I'm sorry but it's not fiction at all. When people say "the KKK were Democrats" they are technically correct but they're also handwaving away dozens of years of history in an effort to make a false implication.

The only the thing the Republican party of today has in common with the Republican party of the 1800s or early 1900s is that it is generally the pro-business party. The popularity in the deep south, the popularity with evangelicals, these are all recent developments that make the party look completely different from how it did 100 years ago.

It didn't suddenly happen in 1964, either. It was a rift that had been growing since Truman supported integration in 1948, and took 30-40 years to really solidify into the situation we see today.