Democrats find themselves in familiar territory

Posted by on January 14, 2008

Over the weekend a bit of a bruhaha kicked up amongst the Democrats. Apparently Senator Clinton thinks that if it wasn’t for LBJ, the civil rights movement led mostly by Martin Luther King Jr would have come to nothing. Apparently the Senator from Illinois er Arkansas uh New York believes Dr. King needed a whiteman to do the heavy lifting.

When certain African-American leaders called her on this SHE claims to be attacked. How silly is that? Can’t say I’m surprised really. She wants “those people” to stay in their place and do what they’re told. Another prominent Democrat would be proud. No, not Senator Byrd. I speak of US Senator and Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

The Democrats are splitting. Rush Limbaugh seems to think the war is on. Rasmussen’s data would seem to support that:

But, among white voters, Clinton leads 41% to 27%. Among African-American voters, Obama leads 66% to 16%.

Here’s hoping people begin to see what these people are up to at the National level. The National leaders of the Democrat party are the most vile of racists. I’ll take the Klan over these people any day. At least you know where the Klan stands. The National Democrats will give anything to the African-Americans in the hopes they will just do as they are told. Stay in the shanty and fields and for heaven’s sake stay out of the Big House.

Now we have the first serious contender for the White House who happens to be African-American. Senator Biden, another National Democrat leader, had this to say about Senator Obama:

“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy,” Biden said. “I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”

Ain’t that just peachy! What did Biden expect of Senator Obama? “Yo Homies, you gonna be my byatch!”. Senator Obama deserves better than that but not from the Big House Democrats I reckon.

After John Brown attacked the Armory at Harper’s Ferry in 1859, slave owners through out the south feared a slave revolt. Over a century later George Wallace continued that fear and loathing when he took the oath of office as Governor of Alabama standing in the same place where Jefferson Davis was sworn in as Confederate President. Two years later the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was passed with following vote totals:

The original House version:

* Democratic Party: 164-96 (64%-39%)
* Republican Party: 138-34 (80%-20%)

The Senate version:

* Democratic Party: 46-22 (68%-32%)
* Republican Party: 27-6 (82%-18%)

The Senate version, voted on by the House:

* Democratic Party: 153-91 (63%-37%)
* Republican Party: 186-35 (80%-20%)

Almost 40% of Democrats in the House and just over 30% in the Senate in 1864 stood against the Civil Rights Act. Can’t have “Those People” getting all uppity can we?

Fourty-four years later and not much has changed. The Democrats will play African-Americans and their tragic history as a chit on a game board. There is no honor, respect, or character in their actions. They are as shameless in their treatment of African-Americans as Jefferson Davis, George Wallace, or any slave owner portrayed or alluded to in Uncle Tom’s Cabin.

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