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Nice try with the link about Al Franken. I could care less about liberal nut job like him. You think that would be your knock out blow to me. You forgot about the 1968 election. It was a realigning election which engineered by Richard Nixon/s Campaign. There was also the Southern Strategy , which had many southern whites voting for the Nixon, Also you have conservative Southern Democrats who voted against the Civil Rights bill moved into the GOP during the 1960 and 1970’s. One example is Dixecrat Strom Thurmond move in 1964.
What are you talking about?
Why not call it the way it is? There’s a contradiction, period. If Goldwater was so concerned about the loss of freedom, then he should have manned up and voted for the bill. Where in the ‘64 bill did it usurped majority rights in favor for the opposed minority ? The majority does not created morality and ethics, only those with a conscience does.
Let me add one more thing since you are a very vocal person. The supporters of Goldwater considered Martin Luther King as a Marxist, a Communist, a Socialist, or an agent to destroy America.
Mr. Ocker, history proved them wrong. I have to ask then why are you repeating them?
"I'm extremely upset that Obama won the election. I think he's a communist," Ocker said. "I think the only reason he won is because of the collective stupidity of this country. They hate communists but they vote Democrat. I don't understand that." Vic Ad January 20, 2009
How can you praise Dr. King, but at the same time praise who in 1964 voted and run against the Civil Rights Act of '64? Which I might add MLK backed and supported.
This blog has holes and is full of propaganda.
This reminds me of Barry Goldwater (election 1964) and Ronald Reagan (election 1976).
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