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  •  Another chapter in the GOP book (9+ / 0-)

    of "How to Reach Out to Minority Voters."

    It's the Supreme Court, stupid!

    by Radiowalla on Wed Aug 28, 2013 at 02:42:50 PM PDT

    •  The ol' back up a couple thousand miles into (2+ / 0-)
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      Buckeye54, Aunt Pat

      the hills of North Dakota, and ducking heads into oil wells does seem like a 'perfect' GOP posturing technique designed to avoid having to directly face throngs of African-Americans eagerly seeking meaningful change, delivering on America's promise for 'all', and dreaming of any sort of real progress or the type of honest justice that would roll across the entire land --the sort truly expanding freedom, liberty and opportunities for all. I don't suppose we'll see them visiting any Native American reservations either.

      No one seems to understand just how hard it is for these Tea Partying lovers of freedoms and liberty to feel so bashful about supporting the rights and dreams of all Americans to be free and able to pursue their dreams without being blocked by prejudice, and 'legal' tools designed to keep them in their place. Oh, that's not really what they ever intended to mean?  Reaching out to minorities is really just code for taking whatever they can from their wallets, schools, homes, etc. and trying to get them to vote for that (if non-whites are to be allowed to vote at all)?

      When life gives you wingnuts, make wingnut butter!

      by antirove on Wed Aug 28, 2013 at 03:03:09 PM PDT

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