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Right Wingers - are you tired of winning yet?

Dawg

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Nope. Biden has done nothing to show he is a racist as much as the "Trumpies" try to smear him with that label.

Trump showed himself to be a racist by refusing to rent apartments to non-whites...he had to be sued to force him to do so. His comments about blacks being lazy and Mexicans being diseased, rapists and drug dealers show his true colors.
Yet, you never post of Obama and his slum lord Pals in Chicago
 

EatTheRich

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Nope. Biden has done nothing to show he is a racist as much as the "Trumpies" try to smear him with that label.

Trump showed himself to be a racist by refusing to rent apartments to non-whites...he had to be sued to force him to do so. His comments about blacks being lazy and Mexicans being diseased, rapists and drug dealers show his true colors.
Biden proved himself to be a racist by boasting about teaming up with segregationists to oppose desegregation, and by doing so much to craft the crime bill that was so racist in effect.
 

EatTheRich

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1. If Trump's comments about Mexicans being rapists, is racist in your view, then your view is wrong. Trump was right. Mexico has a rape culture that is evidenced in many ways. I mentioned 3 of those ways, I could have mentioned many more. You are just ignorant, and if you confine yourself to liberal OMISSION media, you will be doomed to stay that way.

2. Your analogy about Muslims and Catholics doesn't hold water. I don't think that Trump categorized all Muslims as terrorists. He well knows that there are some Muslims who have served in the US military, and fought overseas, and given their lives for America.
But he also knows that all Muslims are potential terrorists more than non-Muslims because their doctrine, the Koran, inspires them (if not commands them) to kill non-Muslims, which is exactly what many of them do, and have done.
Also, since Islam is a political supremacy, it is therefore unconstitutional, and illegal, as are scores of Islamic practices. For this reason, Trump did not go far enough. He should have enforced the already existing ban on Islam in America (US Constitution Article 6, Section 2, part 1 - the Supremacy Clause), and close all mosques and Islamic centers, and eliminate/ban all Korans.
None of this is consistent with Catholics from Ireland or anywhere else.
The Koran actually forbids compulsion in religion, and many Muslims are secularists.
 

middleview

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Biden proved himself to be a racist by boasting about teaming up with segregationists to oppose desegregation, and by doing so much to craft the crime bill that was so racist in effect.
he did not oppose desegregation. The crime bill made no mention of race. It was about repeat offenders.
 

middleview

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Have you forgotten during primaries cowma-la said she was the little girl Joe kept off white kids buses?

Of course you must have while voting and supporting a racist!
Harris was in a busing program that was nat mandated by the federal government.
 

EatTheRich

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he opposed federally mandated busing. He favored locally implemented redistricting and busing.
So he opposed actual busing in the places it was needed most (Boston, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Wilmington) and favored theoretical busing ... assuming local activists isolated from the national struggle did all the leg work ... where it wouldn't bother his constituents or his segregationist allies too much (Little Rock, Memphis, Cairo).
 

middleview

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So he opposed actual busing in the places it was needed most (Boston, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Wilmington) and favored theoretical busing ... assuming local activists isolated from the national struggle did all the leg work ... where it wouldn't bother his constituents or his segregationist allies too much (Little Rock, Memphis, Cairo).
Harris was bused based in a local school board plan...not one mandated by the federal government. Denver bused kids because of a lawsuit in local courts.
 

middleview

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Supporting Member
So he opposed actual busing in the places it was needed most (Boston, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Wilmington) and favored theoretical busing ... assuming local activists isolated from the national struggle did all the leg work ... where it wouldn't bother his constituents or his segregationist allies too much (Little Rock, Memphis, Cairo).
I guess you don't really understand the issue related to federal mandates for busing. The complaint was that a town like where I grew up which might have a very small minority population might be viewed as segregated due to not really knowing the history of the place. There were maybe 20 black families there. I knew every single black kid in my high school....because there were about 15 to 25 of them, depending on which year. That was more due to the distance from the city, where there was a much larger black population. The closer you got to downtown, the higher the minority population....Building boomed in the 1950s and 1960s further and further from town. Public transportation was non-existant. The result was defacto segregation.

Busing kids an hour each way, to another township, was hardly a good solution. Funding based on real estate prices is the root of the inequality. So if I pay three times the taxes as a home in a minority area...the schools available to our children are better.
Bus my kid to a school in the area where funding is much less and my kid gets a shitty education even though I pay much more for it. Bus him for two hours a day and what would you expect his attitude towards going to school will be?

In Pittsburgh PA the PA Human Rights Commission ordered desegregation for Pittsburgh public schools and that was in 1968. I was in high school in a town about 50 miles away. Segregation in schools had been illegal since 1881...but because of a disparity in incomes, black families lived in a few communities closer to the mills...not in the areas where the mill owners lived...like Squirrel Hill.

A plan was finally passed in 1980. About 12,000 kids were to be bused within the city limits.

Greenfield Elementary, for example, was supposed to go from about four-fifths white to half white and half black with the addition of children from Homewood, whose elementary school had become the Montessori. But so many white parents pulled their kids from the school that Greenfield ended up almost 75 percent black.

This happened all over the city, which is how desegregation efforts ended up perpetuating the problem they were meant to solve.

“Bussing was a temporary, bad solution,” Proctor said. “That was a Band-Aid on a … problem that needed major surgery, and we were unwilling to do the major surgery.”


 
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