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In the 2000 election, 90% of black voters voted for Al Gore. John Kerry got 88%. In both elections, voter turnout was at record levels. In the 1992 election, Bill Clinton got 83% of the black vote and 84% in 1996.

In 1996, Black voters had the opportunity to vote for an articulate, intelligent black man who was running for President (Republican Candidate Alan Keys).

Did they cross over to the Republican side to support Keys? He was black then as he is now. NO. They listened to his campaign rhetoric and decided he was not a candidate that supported their concerns. This dispels the notion that “BLACKS VOTE FOR BLACKS” automatically because, well, the candidate is black!

Any of you Hillary supporters who are spouting the “How come blacks aren’t called racist when they have voted 90+% in favor of Obama” DON’T WANT to understand these facts!

YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH that your support for Clinton is fueled by her”PSSSSST. HE’S A BLACK GUY” CAMPAIGN RHETORIC.

WHEN THE CLINTON CAMPAIGN SAW THAT SHE WAS DESTINED TO LOSE THE NOMINATION AFTER LOSING SUPER TUESDAY, SHE/HER CAMPAIGN DECIDED TO RESORT TO WILLIE HORTON TYPE OF TACTICS TO GARNER ENOUGH VOTES FROM RACIST WHITES OF WHOM THE “PSSSSST” WORKS ON. ALL IN AN EFFORT TO STAY IN THE RACE AND HOPED THAT IT WORKED WELL ENOUGH TO JUSTIFY STEALING THE NOMINATION! (SEE WEST VIRGINIA, KENTUCKY, PENNSYLVANIA).

HOWEVER, I believe that most pre-Super Tuesday Hillary supporters are not like this. It hasn’t worked on all white voters. JUST THE ONES THE PRESS AND INTERNET COVERAGE HAS IDENTIFIED AS “UNEDUCATED WORKING CLASS WHITES”.

THIS MEANS YOU. DEAL WITH IT.

Oh, I forgot. They probably can’t read let alone surf the internet. My bad.

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We sure as hell didn’t vote for Alan Keyes when he ran for President! There! Most of us voted for a White Guy. Pretty savvy, eh. We listened to the candidates, and chose the candidate that had our best interests at heart, or just chose the lesser of two evils. Which ever way you wanna look at it.

Do I think Bill Clinton had black voters interests at heart when he was running for president? No. those who know me can vouch for that when he was in office. I certainly took the “lesser evil” mindset into the voting booth with me. Does anyone question this mindset today after Bill’s performance this primary season?

If Obama was not in the contest, Hillary would fit that bill. As we can see, she’d be the lesser of two evils for every voter, not just Blacks! But if she somehow steals the nomination from Obama, I’ll just have to wreck some sh_t and write in Obama.

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