posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 02:52 PM
reply to post by kaiode1
Firstly -- and let me be clear on this -- I was not trying to "smooth things over." That implies some transgression on my part. Your overly
sensitive perception of my comments is the only reason you see them as a personal attack. Not once did I claim to know what/how you think. I simply
made the point that deception is rarely apparent to the deceived. I also made a case for revisionist history favoring the Democrat party (especially
in regards to civil rights), and declared that modern Democrats have built their platform on pandering to minorities in effort to buy votes.
I was compelled to do so in reply to this post, where you seem to deny that there is a pattern of blacks voting predominantly Democrat:
Jesus christ, you people on this website are ridiculous. You try to be clever, but you're not. With your very poorly veiled racism you're just as
ignorant and racist as ever. So if you want to make generalizations, then let's make em. Republicans can count on the white vote since (as we all
know) all white people hate gays, minorities, and poor people. You really should try to have a conversation with a black person one day, I promise you
won't get shot, or robbed. Despite what you've been taught about us.
The fact of the matter is, upwards of 80% of black votes have reliably gone to Democrats since the 1960's. I, and many others, attribute that pattern
to warped historical narrative and votes bought with taxpayer money in the form of welfare programs.
I never said whether or not I thought you were part of that trend. You sidestepped the issues I raised, assumed I was attacking you personally, and
immediately went on the defensive. Without considering my message, you lumped me in with the more ignorant posters in this thread and decided that I
must also see this election as a sign of black racism. You completely ignored the second half of my post near the bottom of page 10. If you read over
my posts again, you will see that my point was an entirely different one.
To clarify what I DO have to say about this election:
Far too many Americans fail to properly vet a candidate before voting (if they do any research at all)
No one should feel 'tricked' after realizing that the candidate they elected is not of the race they assumed. For one thing, race should not be a
factor when voting. For another, it is one's own fault for voting without knowing the candidate. If he had used pictures of a white man in his
campaign and it was later revealed that he was black, those who complained would be branded as racist bigots.