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originally posted by: conspiracy nut
thread title is a wolf whistle, click bait, troll job. keep looking for negativity and racism in everything and you will find it. it is a terrible way to live and that goes for all sides. michelle obama is calling for more diversity within the GOP what is so wrong with that? instead of acknowledging the fact that yes the GOP is not very well integrated with minorities or women people on here call her a racist transvestite.
originally posted by: UnBreakable
a reply to: xuenchen
I for one am glad the left keeps saying things like this, similar to Hillary's 'basket of deplorables' comment. This means a Dem won't occupy the White House (Michelle hates the fact it's called the 'White' house) for at least another twelve years. Book it.
Here are the striking numbers: There are 238 members of the House Republican conference, and just 21 of them are women (that's less than 9%). As for Democrats in the House, 62 of the 193 members are women (that's 32%).
She said the color and gender dichotomy in Congress was particularly noticeable when she attended State of the Union addresses.
originally posted by: UKTruth
She is one of the most racist people I have heard. Truly awful person. Right down there with the David Dukes of this world. Same arguments, different sides. Both nasty and racist extremists.
originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
a reply to: xuenchen
Dunno man. In the world of business, if i walk into a meeting and its with 10 white dudes and no women or minorities...it makes me wonder about the values of their company. I mean, small companies formed by friends notwithstanding, any business that has any value to me will also find value in diversity.
Im not sure why we don't see that as important here....but it is. All of us are better than some of us.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan
Why can't companies just pick the best person for the job?