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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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in places like Pennsylvania, Texas and Ohio to put the Wright person in office, Wright Billary? So I guess the “white working class” does not exist in Iowa, Wyoming, Kansas, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Utah, eh?

In case you forgot Billary, these are just some of the states that were won by Obama. The margin of victories had nothing to do with UNIMPORTANT, high numbers of “judas black activist voters” casting their votes for Obama just because he is black. OBVIOUSLY, LARGE NUMBERS OF WHITE WORKING CLASS VOTERS VOTED IN FAVOR OF OBAMA IN THESE STATES!

Next thing you know, we’ll see you in a campaign ad flying through the mountains of West Virgina in cape and tights; and a WWC (White working class) logo on your chest saying……………….

HERE I COME TO SAVE THE DAYYYYYYYYYY!

YOU ARE REALLY GETTING YOUR WILLIE HORTON ON!

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Pasty Rush Limbaugh’s Ditto Heads are the “white working class” that has been “crossing over ” and voting for Hillary in large numbers. I’m convinced after noticing right after the completion of several primaries, theres always a statement in the press that talks about how heavy the voter turn out was in normally Republican Red districts.

When you look at vote totals for McCain and other Republican candidates, their overall vote totals/volume is less than twice/three times what the totals are for Obama and Clinton.

The thing about it, the press has always known about it. A prolonged primary season means more money. Does anyone really believe that McCain can win the nomination?

The King Puppet Master is hard at work fooling you all into believing that Barack can’t garner the “white working class” vote.

After finding out that Lake County Indiana went to Obama (got the majority of the white and black votes from this “blue collar county), it’s clear that it was the red district Republicans that did wicked “Limbaugh Crossovers” and voted in blocks throughout state of Indiana and other state primaries that gave Hillary the “bump” she needed to win in those states.

The media is more then willing to facilitate this agenda. It prolongs this media money making race for the Democrat Nomination.

Notice how very little press McCain actually gets throughout each week. They can’t make any money off the guy!

A tried and true formula for selling ad space is race baiting political topics.

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Stroll the South Platte Riverwalk. Imagine yelling “Your not the boss of me!” at Bill while standing in the Oval Office.

Denver South Platte river greenway

Could have been you. Had you won the nomination, that is.

Look to the left. Beautiful snow caps to the south of Denver seem so close. A look to the right provides the same vantage point Northwest of Denver.

Denver\'s veiw of snowcaps

Then, go slam some shots of Crown Royal in LODO like you did with the working class whites you were pandering to in Crown Point, Indiana. They probably didn’t even vote for you.

This is just the place to realize that what you’ve done to the Democrat Party is a low down dirty shame!

Lower downtown Denver

Now, come to grips with the fact that your hopes of becoming President are dead, forever. Any possibility of you being a factor in future politics is also dead. Why? Quite simply, YOU LIE TOO MUCH.

What have I done?

Thanks for extending this campaign so that you could expose yourself for the liar and race baiter that you are.

Just think, If you had dropped out after Super Tuesday, blacks would have never known about you and Bubba’s “Willie Horton” ways.

Your cabins contents (Maya Angelou, Bob Johnson and Maxine Waters) would have been effective campaigners in garnering the black vote.

Then, you would have won their support overwhelmingly in 2016.

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Having been born and raised in Gary, Indiana (1st 18years), I’ve lived in the Raleigh-Durham, NC area since June 2001. The similarities between Indiana and North Carolina are in most instances subtle, and in some instances striking.

Indiana, Northwest Indiana in particular, has suffered greatly due to the global economy, primarily through the loss of blue collar work in steel mills and manufacturing.

The Raleigh-Durham area is positively affected by it’s proximity to Research Triangle Parks Biomedical and Technology focused industry. These industry’s and the major banking industry presence in Charlotte has allowed both the Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte job force in North Carolina to avoid being negatively affected by the global economy.

However, rural North Carolina has been devastated by the effects of the global economy. Free trade agreements have negatively affected both North Carolina and Indiana with respects to jobs being lost to cheap labor located in places foreign to US soil.

How fitting is it that the two primary’s that I believe will decide who gets the Democrat Presidential nomination are the Indiana and North Carolina primaries.

The North Carolina voter has a unique paradox because it ecompasses voters who have not only been negatively affected by the global economy but also positively and negatively affected by the US’s global war on terror.

Eastern North Carolina is home to a vast number of US military installations such as:

The Marine Corps Air Station in Cherry Point, NC

Fort Bragg Army Installation near Fayetteville, NC

Pope Air Force Base, Fayetteville, NC

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base

Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Installation

The US Cost Guard Installation in Elizabeth City, NC

The Marine Corps Air Station in Jacksonville, NC

While North Carolina bases have seen an increase in military manpower assigned to it’s bases (thus creating economic stimulus to the communities they surround), they have also had to deal with the loss of life and problems facing soldiers who return with mental and physical injuries associated with serving in the two wars the US is currently involved in, Afghanistan and Iraq.

While Indiana as well as other states certainly are dealing with similar issues, North Carolina is one of the epicenters for these concerns in whole US of A.

That’s actually the way I view Northwest Indiana in the area of job loss to foreign labor; an epicenter of blue collar job loss. In this area, the job losses started in the 70’s. “The Region” (as they call it) has lost, probably, over 100,000 jobs in the steel and manufacturing sectors over the past two decades. I actually believe that 100,000 would be a conservative number.

In some respects, the textile industry in North Carolina has suffered the same plight as the Northwest Indiana industries. Take a look at the following:

  • 1994—> The Uruguay Round’s Agreement on Textiles and Clothing (ATC) requires countries like the U.S. to phase out import restrictions on textiles and apparel under MFA over the next ten years.—> NAFTA goes into effect.
  • 1999—> Burlington Industries lays off over 2000 workers in six North Carolina textile plants.
  • 2000—> President Clinton signs the Trade and Development Law of 2000. Thislaw consists of the U.S. – Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act (CBTPA) and the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). Both of these measures improve trade relations between the U.S. and countries in the Caribbean Basin and Africa.—> Shelby Yarn closes three plants in Shelby and Cherryville, North Carolina, eliminating 650 jobs.
  • 2001—> Westpoint Stevens eliminates 1250 jobs in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina.
  • 2003—> Kannapolis-based Pillowtex closes five North Carolina plants and eliminates over 4,000 jobs. The Raleigh News and Observer calls it “the single biggest job loss ever in North Carolina (Martinez, 2003).”
  • 2004—> U.S. Congress will be debating and voting on CAFTA, a trade agreement similar to NAFTA that includes Central American countries like El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica.—> New York financier Wilbur Ross decides to create new International Textile Group by merging bankrupt Burlington Industries and Cone Mills. The new textile giant is expected to have annual revenues of $900 million (Lunan, 2004).
  • 2005—> All textile and apparel quotas will be eliminated for 148 WTO nations under ATC.

http://www.duke.edu/web/mms190/textiles/

Since 1993, at least 13,000 jobs in North Carolina has been lost in the textile and furniture production industries due to NAFTA. Indiana has lost over 16,000 jobs to NAFTA in the motor vehicle equipment and electric equipment industries.

http://www.epi.org/content.cfm/briefingpapers_nafta01_impactstates

I dare a news media rep to go to the towns that lost these jobs and ask the ones who have lost their lively hood, if they are bitter because of free trade agreements that Billary Clinton and Dupya have signed into effect during their tenures in the White House.

I’m sure they’ll get an ear full bitterness.

Imagine what it’s going to be like when the soldiers are brought back to the US. The economy is in shambles due to Dupya’s teams financial and political ineptness. Unemployment is already high. Imagine what’s going to happen when these soldiers get back and they can’t find a job.

What if they feel they can’t get a job because of the illegal immigrant effect on the local job market.

A veteran solider is not going to work for or provide “cheap labor”.

NAFTA NEEDS TO BE RENEGOTIATED.

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