Thursday, December 22, 2011

What the Democrats have done for (or, rather, “to”) blacks

Let's review:
  • Democrats fought against the Republicans of the ‘Grand Ol’ Party’ (GOP) to protect slavery
  • Democrats invented the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), and until recently had a former Klansman was third-in-line to be president of the United States
  • Democrats fought Republican attempts to integrate the schools (Remember Governor George Wallace?)
  • In the 2008 election, some Democrats called blacks "lazy," "violent" or responsible for their own troubles, and many refused to vote for a black president
  • Democrats stripped blacks of parental choice in Washington, DC, and forced their children back into disastrous government-run schools...after Republicans had liberated them (Then the Republican Party had to liberate the once again)
  • Democrats published vicious cartoons of Condi Rice as an ignorant mammy sputtering sentence fragments and as a parrot with giant lips...and called Clarence Thomas everything from "lawn jockey" to "Oreo"
  • And to this day, Democrats continue to cheapen and taint black accomplishments through lowered standards and racist preferential treatment in schools and in the workplace (e.g., affirmative action)—refusing to acknowledge that blacks can, indeed, stand on their own two feet and on their own merits
  • In fact, until Democrats began pandering to blacks and making them dependent on government, the black community didn't even have the rampant crime, divorce, illegitimacy, abortions,  et cetera that now plague it relentlessly
  • As with virtually everything liberals and progressives do, the more they have "helped" blacks, the further down the toilet the black community has gone
  • The Left has systematically taught blacks to be angry, paranoid bigots hyperventilating over every little injustice, no matter how trivial or even imagined...and now, Democrats think blacks should be grateful.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You don't mention the massive destruction of black communities, theft of property by government funded urban renewal projects.

Experts estimate as many as 1600 majority black neighborhoods were destroyed through these actions uprooting more than 1 million people.