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  • ilap2004 ilap2004 Jun 19, 2013 5:47 AM Flag

    Stuff on race

     

    Among whites in the latest General Social Survey (2008) [conducted by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago], only 4.5% of small-government advocates express the view that “most Blacks/African-Americans have less in-born ability to learn,” compared to 12.3% of those who favor bigger government or take a middle position expressing this racist view.

    In 2008 12.3% of white Democrats in the U.S. believed that African Americans were born with less ability, compared to only 6.6% of white Republicans.

    In 16 surveys from 1977 through 2008, overall white Republicans were significantly less racist on the in-born ability question than white Democrats (13.3% to 17.3%), and white conservative Republicans were significantly less racist than other white Americans (11.7% to 14.7%)…

    ...overall white Democrats were significantly more likely to support segregated neighborhoods than white Republicans (30.4% to 26.3%).

    In Game Change [about the 2008 Presidential race] John Heliemann and Mark Halperin report: 'The day after Iowa, [Clinton] phoned Kennedy and pressed for an endorsement, making the case for his wife. Recounting the conversation later Teddy fumed that Clinton had said, "A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee"'.

    [Arkansas State Trooper] Larry Patterson confirmed that he frequently heard Bill Clinton use “n—–” to refer to both Jesse Jackson and Little Rock black leader Robert McIntosh. Longtime Clinton paramour Dolly Kyle Browning corroborated Patterson on Clinton’s use of “n—–.” “Not only did he use the ‘N’ word, he called him a ‘GDN’ #$%$ n------], if you catch my drift,” Browning told Fox News in 1999. Brown also told NewsMax that the president would regularly make derogatory comments about African-Americans in private. “He has used the ‘N’ word before. Bill would make snide remarks about blacks behind their backs.”

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    • jamck77@hotmail.com jamck77 Jun 19, 2013 7:39 AM Flag

      These topics are rarely discussed. Many white lefties are elitists and look down their noses at working class whites. Many educated working class whites don't demonstrate much sympathy for Black's complaining about discrimination since these whites have lived with discrimination all of their lives. What' s one of the first questions a lefty elitist will ask you when first meets you: "Where dd you go to school?". The answer to that question determines "where you stand".

 
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