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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Presence Of CPAC Panelist Raises Troubling Issues For GOP

Memo to the GOP: White supremacists no longer announce themselves by marching hooded and torching crosses.

Last week, GOP officials were told that a former leader of a group preaching the genetic superiority of white people would appear on a panel at the Conservative Political Action Conference in D.C.

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  • PatrickHenry

    This writer tries to bring up race and white supremacy to make it look as though opposing the great problems “directly” related to ILLEGAL “immigration”, (trespassing), is somehow racist and prejudiced. By her even suggesting this is racist in itself. 20 Million Illegals cuase: high health care and school costs, unemployment & low wages, crime, Spending, and more………

  • BiffRick

    The above comment illustrates the degree of ignorance that we face. Not only does the comment writer fail to properly express his/her feelings through the written word, but the comment writer demonstrates an inability to understand the basic theme of the above article. With so much ignorance, how can we possibly enter into a reasonable discussion that includes the comment writers valid points.

  • Bruce Kennedy

    I completely agree with BiffRick. As I have always said you can’t debate with ingnorance. So we realize that our arguments against racism will fall on deaf ears, such as those of PatrickHenry. I wish I could remember the entire quote but the beginning of the quote goes like this…”There are none so blind as those who will not see….”. I think that is apropos here.

  • brlanderson69

    It is a challenge to know that white supremacists are still there and not afraid to voice their opinion. I can deal with them for I know where they are and how much they hate other races, especially Black Americans. I had a white third grade student asked me, “Who gave the white man the authority to be over all races?” I didn’t really know how to answer back then. But today, I would tell that student that many White Americans believe that they are the “Chosen Ones” and have been given the power to control.

    The thing that bothers me the most is that the Republican Party shows some of the same tendencies as the white supremacists. I say this in order to say that I am appalled at how much racism has been floating to the top of the Republican’s agenda.
    I can’t imagine having members of the KKK and other hate groups in charge of the White House. There are already too many there now. I realize that they are trying to find all sort of schemes to get that black boy out of the White House. Some Republicans say that their main goal is to make sure that Obama serves one term. Believe me, that has nothing to do with taxes, jobs, war or anything else, but the fact that they will never give in to a “Black Man.”

    Too many minorities, and they feel that the minorities are going to make things worse for the whites. Ignorance will rise even more as White Americans continue to fool the people they say they want to serve. Wake up American or you will be a part of the demise of OUR country.