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Published 1 year ago with 3 Comments

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  • leweb
    +6

    Top Democrats are Wrong

    Can't argue with that.

    However, I have a hard time believing that racism trumps economics (no pun intended). Let's remember that the same Americans elected a black guy whose middle name is Hussein to be president by a landslide.

  • NotWearingPants
    +2

    Keep reminding his supporters that they are a bunch of racist, sexist deplorables. It worked so well last November. You are just reminding your base of things they already believe to be true, while riling Trump's base.

    • AdelleChattre (edited 1 year ago)
      +4

      I get it. If it needed saying once, it needed saying a thousand times. It’s a message that still hasn’t been heard even though by now we’re months past the election, and at the same time, the Democrats that needed to hear it are hurtling back through time into the Red Scare hysteria of the McCarthy 1950s. Go on saying it, too, because somebody that needs to hear it may come around.

      However, this article is about data, not market positioning or magical thinking on the part of neoconservative neoliberals. This is about the bigotry that is there in the data. We’re not pretending there is no such thing anymore, as a conditioned reflex move, are we? Yet?

      That as the Chief Justice says, we’ve reached the Day of Jubilee that bigotry is no longer part of our national character? Because I strongly suspect, despite what he or anyone else may claim, that there still may be some.

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