GOP African-American History Expert: ACORN ‘Resembles’ KKK

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Tuesday, March 02, 2010 at 11:47 am

Michael Zak, the historian who wrote the biographies of famous black Republicans on the GOP’s “Heroes” page, has an op-ed at Big Government comparing ACORN’s rumored restructuring and rebranding efforts to that of the Ku Klux Klan. The connection? Well, the Ku Klux Klan tried to suppress votes or engineer fraud, and ACORN has been caught registering bogus voters.

Like ACORN, the Ku Klux Klan operated with impunity until Republican politicians and journalists sounded an alarm. In 1869, Nathan Bedford Forrest, the KKK’s Grand Dragon, ordered the Klan disbanded.  Why?  The national organization was getting too much attention, so Klansmen would have to soldier on in state-level organizations, such as the Red Shirts in South Carolina and the Men of Justice in Alabama. Nonetheless, most members of these spin-off groups considered themselves to be Klansmen.

The fact that the KKK suppressed and terrorized black voters while ACORN, well, doesn’t — sort of left out here.

Via Matt Vadum.

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Brad Friedman
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 12:02 pm

David wrote: “the Ku Klux Klan tried to suppress votes or engineer fraud, and ACORN has been caught registering bogus voters.”

While I appreciate you're largely trying to make a snarky-ish point there, it's a misleading one. In fact, “ACORN” has NOT “been caught registering bogus voters”. ACORN was, in fact, the one who turned in both the workers and the bogus registrations to officials, seeking corrective action and accountability for them.

ACORN has no more “been caught registering bogus voters” than WalMart has been “caught” stealing merchandise after employees were arrested after being turned into the police by the company, for having stolen items off their own shelves.


Tim
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 12:43 pm

Wasn't the KKK a secret organization? ACORN is not a secret group. It is a public group. Membership is known to the pubic. And it is not a club that requires membership. It hires people to do jobs. I do not get the connection?


Michael Zak
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 1:20 pm

Most history books, written by Democrat professors, have sort of left out the fact that the Reconstruction-era KKK, like ACORN, was a Democrat organization dedicated to suppressing Republicans.


Michael Zak
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 1:32 pm

Most history book, written by Democrat professors, have left out the fact that like ACORN, the Reconstruction-era KKK was s Democrat organization dedicated to supressing Republicans.


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Matthew Vadum
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 1:52 pm

No, ACORN's membership lists are not available to the public. They are treated as confidential. Don't believe me? Try and find one.


Matthew Vadum
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 2:02 pm

You are just another useful idiot defending ACORN at all costs.

ACORN employees have time and time again been charged with election fraud and convicted of election fraud. When the pattern is repeated over decades it is very difficult to argue that the mob-like ACORN is not a party to a conspiracy to violate election law. ACORN as an organization is in fact going on trial in Las Vegas this summer for felony election law violations.

Repeat: ACORN, that is, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now is charged with felonies. See http://m.lasvegassun.com/news/2010/feb/17/acorn/

Moreover, ACORN executives appear to have committed major pension fraud and ERISA violations as ACORN lawyer Elizabeth Kingsley suggested in a leaked internal legal memo I published at BigGovernment.com.

Spin, spin, spin away, but remember this is just the tip of the iceberg and almost every day new information about ACORN's lawbreaking emerges.

You would be more useful to ACORN if you bothered to learn the facts.


Oagmi Itto
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 2:05 pm

“Most history books, written by Democrat professors, have sort of left out the fact that the Reconstruction-era KKK, like ACORN, was a Democrat organization dedicated to suppressing Republicans.”

So the KKK was founded to supress Republicans?!? Maybe Democratic professors left out that “fact” because it's fucking absurd and baseless?

Oh, and how many Republicans were lynched by angry white mobs because they whistled at a white woman? Just curious.


strangely_enough
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 2:26 pm

ad hominems = awesome…


strangely_enough
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 2:29 pm

Conservative “scholarship” in action.


ellid
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 4:11 pm

That's because it was a racist organization intended to suppress black voters and their allies, almost all of whom were Republicans.


darylelamontjenkins
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 4:12 pm

Well the fact is the prosecutor in the Brooklyn office is not pressing criminal charges against him behind your boy O'Keefe's video. Another fact is you might be walking on shaky ground here. You was more than a little upset when O'Keefe was busted by my group and Max Blumenthal for attending a white supremacist forum, and you and the rest of you jokers in Breitbartland have been trying to spin the story like a top to suggest that it doesn't mean anything. Now comes a story on BigGovernement about how ACORN is akin to the Ku Klux Klan? You really want to go down this road, man? Remember what you wrote:

“(Blumnenthal's) slurring of O’Keefe, who helped to expose the criminal inclinations of ACORN, as a racist is the same thing that ACORN does when it’s attacked. If you disagree, you’re a racist. Nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah!”

So…what the hell is going on with you folks? Should we just discount your little routine here?


darylelamontjenkins
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 4:12 pm

Well the fact is the prosecutor in the Brooklyn office is not pressing criminal charges against him behind your boy O'Keefe's video. Another fact is you might be walking on shaky ground here. You was more than a little upset when O'Keefe was busted by my group and Max Blumenthal for attending a white supremacist forum, and you and the rest of you jokers in Breitbartland have been trying to spin the story like a top to suggest that it doesn't mean anything. Now comes a story on BigGovernement about how ACORN is akin to the Ku Klux Klan? You really want to go down this road, man? Remember what you wrote:

“(Blumnenthal's) slurring of O’Keefe, who helped to expose the criminal inclinations of ACORN, as a racist is the same thing that ACORN does when it’s attacked. If you disagree, you’re a racist. Nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah!”

So…what the hell is going on with you folks? Should we just discount your little routine here?


ellid
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 4:12 pm

*plays “My Heart Bleeds for You” on two tiny violins*


ellid
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 4:12 pm

*plays “My Heart Bleeds for You” on two tiny violins*


ellid
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 4:13 pm

Look! It's another reactionary desperately trying to attract people to his worthless web site! Woo-hoo!


ellid
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 4:13 pm

Look! It's another reactionary desperately trying to attract people to his worthless web site! Woo-hoo!


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monkey99
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 9:02 pm

The fundamental difference between ACORN and the KKK is that ACORN never lynched anyone.
Seems educating the poor and disenfranchised about their rights and responsibilities concerning this country is still a sticking point with some.

Yup, gotta keep the poor stupid, so we can keep them in their place, alright.


Brad Friedman
Comment posted March 2, 2010 @ 9:58 pm

Matthew Vadum said:

“ACORN employees have time and time again been charged with election fraud and convicted of election fraud.”

Actually, a few of the employees have been charged with voter registration fraud. Most of the charges have been dropped (some 49 LOUD investigations announced just prior to elections have come to naught and quietly disappeared after the elections were over), but you're right. Thanks to ACORN verifying every voter registration they turn in, and turning in a few of the handful of their 13,000 registration workers who they found to have committed fraud, some of those folks have come to justice. Again, thanks to ACORN for following the rule of law, and turning those folks into authorities.

Of course, there is not a single instance of any voter ever casting a vote illegally vis a vis an ACORN registration.

Contrast that, of course, to folks like Mark Anthony Jacoby, the HEAD of Young Political Majors, the group hired by the California GOP to do voter registrations in CA. He pled guilty to voter registration fraud HIMSELF last year, and his firm was said to have changed thousands of registrations, illegally, from Democratic to Republican, thus denying Democrats the right to vote in primary elections.
More details here: http://www.bradblog.com/?p=7237

Then there's the Republican election officials currently on trial now in Clay County, KY, accused of having bought and sold elections for decades, and even having changed votes on electronic voting systems. More details here:
http://www.bradblog.com/?p=7723

Then, of course, there are the Republican Party activists convicted of phone jamming the 2002 election in NH, about which one of them, after leaving jail, wrote a book called “How to Rig an Election”.

Then, of course, there's Ann Coulter's own, verified, voter fraud that she committed herself in Florida, for which you guys seem to care little about. More details here: http://BradBlog.com/CoulterFraud

“When the pattern is repeated over decades it is very difficult to argue that the mob-like ACORN is not a party to a conspiracy to violate election law.”

But there is no pattern, other than the pattern of them having turned in a few of their workers for defrauding THEM. There is, of course, a pattern of allegations by Blackwater employees of the company having run *actual* child prostitution rings in the Baghdad Green Zone, and using BILLIONS of federal tax payer dollars to do it (versus the $3.5 million ACORN has received over each of the last 15 years for NOT running child prostitution rings, but helping poor people get homes and vote and stuff). More details here:
http://www.bradblog.com/?p=7696

“ACORN as an organization is in fact going on trial in Las Vegas this summer for felony election law violations.”

Which, you do realize, has nothing to do with defrauding elections or voter fraud, right? Of course, like accused felon James O'Keefe, I presume you agree they're innocent until proven guilty of *anything*, right?

“Spin, spin, spin away, but remember this is just the tip of the iceberg and almost every day new information about ACORN's lawbreaking emerges.”

Yes, like yesterday when the NY DA found “no criminality” after their 5-month investigation of O'Keefe and Breitbart's phony ACORN videos, about which a law enforcement official said: “They edited the tape to meet their agenda”. More details here: http://www.bradblog.com/?p=7721

“You would be more useful to ACORN if you bothered to learn the facts.”

I don't care about being “useful to ACORN”. I care about being useful to the public in offering FACTS where you guys, and apparently the NYTimes, don't seem to give a damn about any of them.

So what the hell were you talking about again??


mantis
Comment posted March 3, 2010 @ 12:05 pm

Wingnuts shouldn't talk about facts. You only embarrass yourselves.


Matthew Vadum
Comment posted March 3, 2010 @ 6:58 pm

Brad: It is better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt

You do not have the facts at your disposal and so you just keep making up your own facts in order to defend ACORN.

For example, you write: “Of course, there is not a single instance of any voter ever casting a vote illegally vis a vis an ACORN registration.”

Au contraire. Both Claudel Gilbert and Darnell Nash were registered to vote by ACORN. Both cast illegal votes.

Next time perhaps you should do some research before defending the left's favorite organized crime syndicate.

And puh-lease stop bringing irrelevant crap in about defense contractors in an attempt to minimize ACORN's crime. (Do all you lefties suffer from some kind of weird ADD?) There may be gazillions of corrupt defense contractors out there but their existence has no bearing –NOTHING, NADA, ZIP, ZERO– on ACORN's four decade history of lawbreaking.

Your attempt at rhetorical misdirection is tedious.


KingCranky
Comment posted March 3, 2010 @ 7:31 pm

Still waiting for the unedited videos and audios to be released from Pimpboy O'Keefe, and since they haven't been, one can only figure that Breitbart, Pimpboy and the Whore are lying about their claims.

Poor baby, it must suck being so scared of a group that helps poor people get registered to vote.


ellid
Comment posted March 4, 2010 @ 7:12 am

Two convictions for voter fraud does not impress. You are, at the least, badly exaggerating Acorn's power and influence. At worst, you are lying.

Please go back under your rock. Thank you.


Brad Friedman
Comment posted March 4, 2010 @ 1:22 pm

Matthew Vadum made a fool of himself yet again by saying:

“Brad: It is better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt”

True that, Matthew. Perhaps you should have mentioned that to yourself before posting your reply above, where you said…

“You do not have the facts at your disposal and so you just keep making up your own facts in order to defend ACORN. … Au contraire. Both Claudel Gilbert and Darnell Nash were registered to vote by ACORN. Both cast illegal votes.”

Perhaps you didn't bother to actually check the facts. I did. I wrote about the phony Darnell Nash “ACORN voter fraud” lie some time ago right here:
http://www.bradblog.com/?p=6512

In short: So Nash *did* commit voter fraud, it was caught by officials, and it had nothing to do with ACORN, as Nash registered himself at the county's Board of Elections.

As to Claudel Gilbert, I'd never heard of him, so I just looked him up.

Looks like the immigrant who recently became a citizen registered to vote twice at the two different properties he owned in Ohio, leading the prosecutor to note (Columbus Dispatch) that it was their first instance ever of finding that “a voter voted twice.”

His lawyer notes that “He has properties in both counties and there were tax issues in both counties, and he thought it was OK to vote in both counties.”

He was wrong, yet doesn't appear to have tried to hide his misconception, since he voted under his appropriate addresses in both cases, and was caught. As the story reports, Gilbert registered two weeks apart, so it's likely that his registration in one county had not yet been processed when HE chose to register at another. In each case, as far as ACORN would have been able to discern, Gilbert had legally registered at his residence. As you surely know, ACORN does not have access to either the state wide registration database, to my knowledge, nor the ability to confirm double registrations of voters who are not yet in the system for any address.

How that has anything to do with ACORN, you'll have to explain to me. But congrats on finding a voter, out of MILLIONS registered via ACORN who appears to have voted more than once at two different actual addresses of his!

I'd say the the 75% of self-identified Republicans, according to a recent poll, who either believe that, or are “not sure” about ACORN having stolen the election that Obama reported won by some 10 million votes, are on to something!

Keep up the good work, gumshoe! Now about Ann Coulter's voter fraud, and the head of the CA GOP's voter registration fraud and swapping of thousands of registrations from D to R, and the KY Republicans currently on trial for flipping votes on e-voting machines and buying and selling votes “for decades” … you've been covering all of that with the same vigor as the one guy who voted in two places after he registered via ACORN, right?

(To commenter ellid below — Matthew has come up with just one, not two, convictions, but I'm sure ACORN is a voter fraud menace other that! It's just impossible show any evidence for it. But who needs evidence when you're on a political crusade to stop legal voters from casting their legal votes?!)

Next time perhaps you should do some research before defending the left's favorite organized crime syndicate.

http://www.bradblog.com/?p=6512


Brad Friedman
Comment posted March 4, 2010 @ 6:22 pm

Matthew Vadum made a fool of himself yet again by saying:

“Brad: It is better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt”

True that, Matthew. Perhaps you should have mentioned that to yourself before posting your reply above, where you said…

“You do not have the facts at your disposal and so you just keep making up your own facts in order to defend ACORN. … Au contraire. Both Claudel Gilbert and Darnell Nash were registered to vote by ACORN. Both cast illegal votes.”

Perhaps you didn't bother to actually check the facts. I did. I wrote about the phony Darnell Nash “ACORN voter fraud” lie some time ago right here:
http://www.bradblog.com/?p=6512

In short: So Nash *did* commit voter fraud, it was caught by officials, and it had nothing to do with ACORN, as Nash registered himself at the county's Board of Elections.

As to Claudel Gilbert, I'd never heard of him, so I just looked him up.

Looks like the immigrant who recently became a citizen registered to vote twice at the two different properties he owned in Ohio, leading the prosecutor to note (Columbus Dispatch) that it was their first instance ever of finding that “a voter voted twice.”

His lawyer notes that “He has properties in both counties and there were tax issues in both counties, and he thought it was OK to vote in both counties.”

He was wrong, yet doesn't appear to have tried to hide his misconception, since he voted under his appropriate addresses in both cases, and was caught. As the story reports, Gilbert registered two weeks apart, so it's likely that his registration in one county had not yet been processed when HE chose to register at another. In each case, as far as ACORN would have been able to discern, Gilbert had legally registered at his residence. As you surely know, ACORN does not have access to either the state wide registration database, to my knowledge, nor the ability to confirm double registrations of voters who are not yet in the system for any address.

How that has anything to do with ACORN, you'll have to explain to me. But congrats on finding a voter, out of MILLIONS registered via ACORN who appears to have voted more than once at two different actual addresses of his!

I'd say the the 75% of self-identified Republicans, according to a recent poll, who either believe that, or are “not sure” about ACORN having stolen the election that Obama reported won by some 10 million votes, are on to something!

Keep up the good work, gumshoe! Now about Ann Coulter's voter fraud, and the head of the CA GOP's voter registration fraud and swapping of thousands of registrations from D to R, and the KY Republicans currently on trial for flipping votes on e-voting machines and buying and selling votes “for decades” … you've been covering all of that with the same vigor as the one guy who voted in two places after he registered via ACORN, right?

(To commenter ellid below — Matthew has come up with just one, not two, convictions, but I'm sure ACORN is a voter fraud menace other that! It's just impossible show any evidence for it. But who needs evidence when you're on a political crusade to stop legal voters from casting their legal votes?!)

Next time perhaps you should do some research before defending the left's favorite organized crime syndicate.

http://www.bradblog.com/?p=6512


Matthew Vadum
Comment posted March 5, 2010 @ 9:48 pm

BRAD FRIEDMAN, PATHOLOGICAL LIAR

And so, dear Brad, you just confirmed that you lied (in an effort to defend ACORN).

Your statement, “Of course, there is not a single instance of any voter ever casting a vote illegally vis a vis an ACORN registration,” is a lie, i.e. an untruth you stated knowing it was an untruth.

You just admitted it.

Both of the individuals I named cast a vote “illegally vis a vis an ACORN registration.” You agree.

Instead of doing the honorable thing and 'fessing up, you continue to dig yourself into a hole. You are trying to change the subject to distract from the fact that you lied. Moreover, you are trying to downplay ACORN's extensively documented criminal history.

I don't expect you to admit you're a liar. Pathological, politically motivated liars like you never admit it.


Brad Friedman
Comment posted March 5, 2010 @ 10:11 pm

Is your case really that pathetic that you've got to create a phony charge of “lying”? Really, Matthew? Even though you know better? Apparently so.

I'm sure others can decide here then who is actually “PATHOLOGICAL”.

And no, I didn't admit that “both of the individuals…cast a vote 'illegally vis a vis an ACORN registration”. In fact, I showed you that one did NOT do so.

But your case seems that weak and desperate that apparently, you have to just make stuff up, I guess.

As to being “politically motivated”, I'm not sure what my political motivation would be, other than fighting to ensure that every legal voter who wish to cast a legal vote gets to do so, and gets to make sure that vote is counted accurately. As my record shows, that even includes Republicans, Matthew, for whom I've gone to bat many times when they've been screwed by the election process or unverifiable and/or failed e-voting systems.

But if you can't win an argument based on FACTS, I guess labelling someone as a “PATHOLOGICAL LIAR!” is the next best thing. Seems to be the tried and true tactic of your fellow wingnut propagandists.

Best,
Brad


Brad Friedman
Comment posted March 5, 2010 @ 10:45 pm

BTW, for those wondering which of us (Matthew or I) actually have a “political agenda”, please see his starring role in this Daily Show video:
http://videogum.com/31961/lets_help_make_matthe…

Impressive stuff, Matt! You didn't make a laughing stock of yourself at all. Keep up the good propaganda, amigo! It's only democracy itself you seem to be hoping to undermine.


Matthew Vadum
Comment posted March 5, 2010 @ 11:26 pm

You have proven time and time again that you are a liar, radical left-wing apologist, and propagandist for ACORN who doesn't give a farthing's cuss about the truth. As long as you defend the cause you're content. To you, the ends justify the means.

You've also become a fashion critic, I see, seizing on the question of what James O'Keefe was wearing when he visited ACORN offices. It's been a while since I reviewed the videotapes so I don't remember what he was wearing but it doesn't matter what he was wearing. It's what he said that counts. You don't care because you just want to defend ACORN at all costs. You're too swift not to know that the issue of O'Keefe's attire is a classic red herring, yet you keep pushing it in order to deceive your readers. ACORN is a cesspool of leftist corruption. O'Keefe merely let Americans see it with their own eyes.

Are you a useful idiot? Perhaps not. You're worse.

P.S. As a longtime financial journalist I note with interest that you don't even seem to understand what the Community Reinvestment Act does. See http://www.bradblog.com/?p=6536. It created an extortion regime that allowed ACORN and other leftist thug groups to shake down banks. We all have our limitations, Brad. Perhaps you should avoid subjects you don't understand.


Brad Friedman
Comment posted March 5, 2010 @ 11:51 pm

Wingnut propagandist Matthew desperately wrote:

“You have proven time and time again that you are a liar, radical left-wing apologist, and propagandist for ACORN who doesn't give a farthing's cuss about the truth. As long as you defend the cause you're content. To you, the ends justify the means.”

Right. The cause being democracy, but whatever. You probably have no interest in such things, given your track record. As to the “time and time again” I've been “proven” to be “a liar”, I'll look forward to your evidence on that, as clearly you have no problem simply pull garbage out of your ass if it suits your political, anti-American agenda.

“You've also become a fashion critic, I see, seizing on the question of what James O'Keefe was wearing when he visited ACORN offices.”

I don't care what he wore to the offices. I care that he, Andrew Breitbart, Hannah Giles all lied about it. And that the New York Times (and dozens of other non-wingut outlets) pathetically repeated it, inaccurately, without bothering to verify that it was a hoax, and now refuse to correct their misreporting. I'd have thought you'd be in favor of holding the NYT accountable for egregiously misreported stories, but I guess only if their errors work against your political agenda?

Of course, it wasn't just what he wore (or didn't) to those offices, it's the fact that both he and Giles lied about what happened in them. Here's just one example, revealing the lie, as compared to O'Keefe's own (unauthenticated) text-transcript:
http://www.bradblog.com/?p=7725

There is, of course, a reason that even Rupert Murdoch's NYPost was forced to report this week, after the Brooklyn DA completed their 5-month probe finding “no criminality” in the Brooklyn ACORN hoax tapes. As they noted this week here:
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/brooklyn/aco…

The video that unleashed a firestorm of criticism on the activist group ACORN was a “heavily edited” splice job that only made it appear as though the organization's workers were advising a pimp and prostitute on how to get a mortgage, sources said yesterday.

Many of the seemingly crime-encouraging answers were taken out of context so as to appear more sinister, sources said.

What a shock. Similarly two previous official investigations (one by the Congressional Research Service and one by the former MA Attorney General), also failed to find any criminality.

So I don't care about the costume, I care about the hoaxters who perpetrated the fraud lying about it, and undermining democracy — which was their purpose all along of course. Just like yours in suggesting “community organizers are crack dealers” as you shameless were quoted in saying in that Daily Show video I linked to where you made a laughingstock of yourself.

“ACORN is a cesspool of leftist corruption. O'Keefe merely let Americans see it with their own eyes.”

Yes, I know you are very very concerned about “corruption”. Just wondering where your outrage is at Blackwater who is actually accused by two different sets of employees, in pending legal cases, of running ACTUAL child prostitution rings on the tax-payer dollar, in Baghdad and Afghanistan, and while receiving more in a single day from the federal government than ACORN has received in their lifetime.

Useful idiot? No, you're not an idiot, amigo. You know exactly what a corrupt partisan propagandist you are. You making your living at it.

P.S. As a longtime financial journalist I note with interest that you don't even seem to understand what the Community Reinvestment Act does. See http://www.bradblog.com/?p=6536. It created an extortion regime that allowed ACORN and other leftist thug groups to shake down banks. We all have our limitations, Brad. Perhaps you should avoid subjects you don't understand.

Thank you for linking to that video! Me on Fox “News” pointing out ACTUAL election fraud by the HEAD of the firm hired by the GOP to do voter registration in the state of California. That video, of course, was taken PRIOR to his pleading guilty to the charges. Unlike ACORN, that GOP outfit, “Young Political Majors” actually WAS committing voter registration fraud, and denying thousands of Americans from casting their legal vote!

Good work! More links to The BRAD BLOG, genius! :-)


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Irish_Wake
Comment posted April 7, 2010 @ 12:01 am

Since Michael Zak fancies himself a historian:

History shows the Republicans were shouting about ACORN while literally engaging in voter fraud in California. Republicans were pointing at ACORN while the only actual voter fraud conviction was Mark Jacoby's. He was sentenced to 30 days of Cal-Trans work and 3 years probation.


Irish_Wake
Comment posted April 7, 2010 @ 12:08 am

The Democrats you use for an example were the conservative southern Democrats that were later known as 'Reagan Democrats', then 'Neo-Conservatives.' This isn't an issue that is owned by one particular party, but by a particular section of our population.


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Oh, and how many Republicans were lynched by angry white mobs because they whistled at a white woman? Just curious.


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During the Reconstruction era, Democrat Klansmen lynched hundreds of white Republicans for tryng to defend African-Americans from their Democrat oppressors.


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