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Drumcollie

Ending Racism with or without Hillary
We all know when the Dixiecrats shifted over love.

Case in point, a real "race mixer" who sired black babies while opposing human rights for all.

James Strom Thurmond Sr. (December 5, 1902 – June 26, 2003) was an American politician who served for 48 years as a United States Senator from South Carolina. He ran for president in 1948 as the Dixiecrat candidate on a States Rights platform supporting racial segregation. He received 2.4% of the popular vote and 39 electoral votes but failed to defeat Harry Truman. Thurmond represented South Carolina in the United States Senate from 1954 until 2003, at first as a Southern Democrat and, after 1964, as a Republican.

A magnet for controversy during his nearly half-century Senate career, Thurmond switched parties because of his opposition to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and his support for Republican presidential candidate Senator Barry Goldwater. In the months before switching, he had "been critical of the Democratic Administration for ... enactment of the Civil Rights Law",[2] while Goldwater "boasted of his opposition to the Civil Rights Act, and made it part of his platform."[3] Thurmond left office as the only member of either chamber of Congress to reach the age of 100 while still in office, and as the oldest-serving and longest-serving senator in U.S. history (although he was later surpassed in the latter by Robert Byrd and Daniel Inouye).[4] Thurmond holds the record as the longest-serving member of Congress to serve exclusively in the Senate. He is also the longest-serving Republican member of Congress in U.S. history. At 14 years, he was also the longest-serving Dean of the United States Senate in U.S. history.

In opposition to the Civil Rights Act of 1957, he conducted the longest speaking filibuster ever by a lone senator, at 24 hours and 18 minutes in length.[5] In the 1960s, he opposed the civil rights legislation of 1964 and 1965 to end segregation and enforce the constitutional rights of African-American citizens, including basic suffrage. Despite being a pro-segregation Dixiecrat, he insisted he was not a racist, but was opposed to excessive federal authority, which he attributed to Communist agitators.[6]



Starting in the 1970s, he moderated his position on race, but continued to defend his early segregationist campaigns on the basis of states' rights in the context of Southern society at the time.[7] He never fully renounced his earlier positions.[8][9]
Civil rights was done in the 1870's...And you think being 100 years late makes you winner.

Dixiecrat = Democrat

So you can name one guy...Gee that's meaningless.
 

EatTheRich

President
Civil rights was done in the 1870's...And you think being 100 years late makes you winner.

Dixiecrat = Democrat

So you can name one guy...Gee that's meaningless.
That“one guy” was the party standard-bearer. And singled out for praise by the Republican Senate majority leader, in 2000.
 

Wahbooz

Governor
if only they would come to realize, or at least one of them would come to realize, that when they say tearing this country apart oh, it's in fact them, the Democratic party, that does so.

In other words, anybody that does not think like me and do as I say is my enemy and should be frowned upon in the public sphere

That's their dilemma in a nutshell, and none of them is prepared to solve for it
O....O...O

Uh, Mr. Administrator, have you paid much attention to those on the other side of the aisle? With the exception of Jen, sometimes Rickwa, and Caroljo (may she rest in peace); if you don't walk lockstep with them on anything they say, you're labeled a Democrat, an enemy. So maybe frowning should be across the spectrum of the rainbow.
 
Civil rights was done in the 1870's...And you think being 100 years late makes you winner.

Dixiecrat = Democrat

So you can name one guy...Gee that's meaningless.

No mam, the historical record is not meaningless, your argument simply relies upon that illusion. Segregationists who lay with black women. Too funny.
 

Drumcollie

Ending Racism with or without Hillary
No mam, the historical record is not meaningless, your argument simply relies upon that illusion. Segregationists who lay with black women. Too funny.
Correct history isn't meaningless...It's just the meaning of history for democratics is so bad they have to pretend it not really what it is.

What is your phony history?

Dixiecrat, also called States’ Rights Democrat, member of a right-wing Democratic splinter group in the 1948 U.S. presidential election organized by Southerners who objected to the civil rights program

Here is your history...There was this one guy one time and he became a Republican out of 1,175,930 democratics who still were democratics.
 

PhilFish

Administrator
Staff member
O....O...O

Uh, Mr. Administrator, have you paid much attention to those on the other side of the aisle? With the exception of Jen, sometimes Rickwa, and Caroljo (may she rest in peace); if you don't walk lockstep with them on anything they say, you're labeled a Democrat, an enemy. So maybe frowning should be across the spectrum of the rainbow.
B..bb.but..im speaking about the Democratic primaries...not many on the other side of the aisle in that mix.

But..in the interest of the requisite parity. Which is funny...


I think both parties, and trump, are festooned with hate mongering lockstepping crazies
I hope that satisfies your equal speech.

To my recollection the person's you name don't spend nearly the amount of time [Unwelcome language removed] on posters here...as a rule..as do others. But I may be mistaken.

Anyhoo...the hate mongers here are readily apparent.




Odd that you would malign the recently deceased... May she rest in peace
 

EatTheRich

President
Correct history isn't meaningless...It's just the meaning of history for democratics is so bad they have to pretend it not really what it is.

What is your phony history?

Dixiecrat, also called States’ Rights Democrat, member of a right-wing Democratic splinter group in the 1948 U.S. presidential election organized by Southerners who objected to the civil rights program

Here is your history...There was this one guy one time and he became a Republican out of 1,175,930 democratics who still were democratics.
How many right-wing Democrats are there left?
 

Wahbooz

Governor
B..bb.but..im speaking about the Democratic primaries...not many on the other side of the aisle in that mix.

But..in the interest of the requisite parity. Which is funny...


I think both parties, and trump, are festooned with hate mongering lockstepping crazies
I hope that satisfies your equal speech.

To my recollection the person's you name don't spend nearly the amount of time [Unwelcome language removed] on posters here...as a rule..as do others. But I may be mistaken.

Anyhoo...the hate mongers here are readily apparent.




Odd that you would malign the recently deceased... May she rest in peace
So your comment was about the Democratic primary candidates, I see. Well they can't help themselves, they want to be just like the Republicans in the 2016 primary race.

Both parties have their own breed of haters, so thank you. Yes it does.

I'm sure they watch, but I've known them for far longer than the current (unwelcome language removed) breed of (unwelcome langunage removed) seen here.

I don't know how i maligned Caroljo, she was my friend and I simply stated she as well as Jen were two that we could disagree and not get into hate rhetoric. I get sick and tired of those people resorting to "Democrat" or "Liberal" because they can't convince me to agree with them about something.
 

PhilFish

Administrator
Staff member
So your comment was about the Democratic primary candidates, I see. Well they can't help themselves, they want to be just like the Republicans in the 2016 primary race.

Both parties have their own breed of haters, so thank you. Yes it does.

I'm sure they watch, but I've known them for far longer than the current (unwelcome language removed) breed of (unwelcome langunage removed) seen here.

I don't know how i maligned Caroljo, she was my friend and I simply stated she as well as Jen were two that we could disagree and not get into hate rhetoric. I get sick and tired of those people resorting to "Democrat" or "Liberal" because they can't convince me to agree with them about something.
I appreciate that. And stand corrected. Apologies.
 
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