Black "leaders" to Biden: Pick a black woman as your running mate or you'll lose the election

Discussion in 'Political/Religious Topics' started by Cyrano, Aug 11, 2020.

  1. Ranger4

    Ranger4 G&G Evangelist

    I realize he did not have much to pick from but she has lots of issues. Remember how she delighted in putting marijuana users in jail? And there was that black kid that got life or was it the death penalty? Those will come back to haunt her. Any black woman would get the anti Trump vote. The real issue is whether she can pull any non-black votes, like white women? Then there is all the anti gun stuff with her. She is an experienced lawyer she will debate well, but she also made dozens of attacks on Biden that will start showing up in Trump adds pretty soon, busing and all those racist acts of the past. And it was not long ago he coined the phrase, "not black enough". You notice he picked a woman that does not look exactly black from a list of more traditional black women, hair etc? Hopefully they will both go down in flames.
     
  2. Jim Bridger

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    I expect the Democratic convention will be like the shoot out at "OK Corral". The Dems are split on this one. It is very likely they will enter another Donkey in this Derby.:rolleyes:
     
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  3. Cyrano

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    The so-called "black leaders" may not be happy with Clueless Joe. When those fools say "black woman," what they mean is an African-American woman. This is where is gets interesting.

    Kamala the Kook is half-East Indian -- her mother is from the Subcontinent -- and her father is Jamaican. And I don't mean the neighborhood in Queens, I mean the island where they grow de ganja, mon, and listen to Bob Marley and the Wailers, and eat all their meat with jerk spicing. That Jamaica. I've seen a picture of her father, and he looks about as African-American as Buster Keaton. As a matter of fact, he looks like some of the publicity stills of Keaton and his father from the days when they were in vaudeville and wearing these strange high-forehead appliances with a curly head of hair and a beard.

    Like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buster_Keaton#Early_life_in_vaudeville

    Something that may prove to be a bigger problem is that so far as I recall, Harris has never identified as black in the sense the 12% of the population who identify as black use the term. Every time I've read something about her, she's identified herself as "Indian." So, quite aside from her actions as a prosecutor where as others here have pointed out she stomped all over the sensibilities of the black community, she now has to convince the African-Americans that she is one of them. Considering she has zero African-American blood and no cultural connection with them -- Jamaican is not the same thing at all; I have seen Americans of Jamaican extraction bristle if someone refers to them as black, because they go to lengths to disassociate themselves from that ethnic group, whom they despise as lazy good-for-nothings -- I don't think she will be able to convince the blacks that she is one of them. She looks about as black as Persis Khambatta from Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

    So let's see the Jack-Offs attempt to spin her as African-American. Think anyone will have the guts to point out she's about as African-American as Indira Gandhi?
     
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  4. Cyrano

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  5. BigEd63

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    At this point it's all smoke and mirrors.

    Look what's going on.

    In combination of the riots and skirmishes in the metropolitan areas.

    They are obviously out to overthrow our Constitutional Republic.

    They might as well nominate Pinky and the Brain for what it will matter.

    If the fraudulent mail in voting is nixed then they'll be riots err "protests" in every major city in every single state on election day.
    Besides what's going on now.
     
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  6. Bigfoot

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    Nothing like exposing a political bribe for the next election if you ask me. The donkeys have nothing to run on or with, so here's your sign of how this election will turn "emotional" , and not substantial and factual. Remember how it worked for the Obama's. The black leadership knows the donkeys need their votes and now are actually boldly proclaiming they must do so or else. I see Harris got the nod. Imagine that. This election has now turned away from substance and now into a race and gender soap opera. You had to know this was gonna happen , the chum Bidumb couldn't make it on his own. Good gawd, here we go again!
     
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  7. blaster

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    I have seen this too. most black Jamaicans as well as black people from other Caribbean countries don't like "African Americans" at all. they can see through their b.s. and racism. they know that the poorest of blacks in this Country are much better off that most of the people in their Countries yet they whine about how o-pressed they are. when I spent some time in Jamaica, often I would watch the street hustlers ditch white tourists to go hustle black American tourists. not because they liked them but because they knew that the "African Americans" were easier prey and thought they were "brothers".
     
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  8. Jim Bridger

    Jim Bridger G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    Biden and Harris are examples of the American decay. When will American Patriots once more rise up and save this Nation?:usa2:
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  9. PaleHawkDown

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    I can't believe Harris even still has a career. The stuff that came out about her during the primaries regarding corruption, trading sexual favors, racism, and then that double shotgun blast where Tulsi Gabbard mentioned her record and brought up old statements.

    If Harris were to get the nomination I know a lot of Democrats who would vote Trump out of spite. Anyone who supported Yang, Gabbard, Sanders or even Klobuchar would have to dislike her.
     
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  10. Rocky7

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    Amazing. These "Black leaders" do not even try to soft-peddle their racism.
     
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  11. PaleHawkDown

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    I'm not sure what the term "racism" even means anymore.

    A person who says, "I don't care about someone's race" is now a racist, while the person saying, "This poor pitiful minority must be granted favors and special programs, and told what they should do and believe by the superior race" is not.

    I actually appreciate that the black DNC politicians, unlike their white counterparts, are overtly racist rather than putting a shiny "its for your own good" veneer on their racism.

    It reminds me of this pair of guys I would see at Jack's (a local fast food chain) when I was a kid. It was an older black man and an older white man, and this was the mid '80s. The two met nearly every morning and said the most racist things to each other you ever heard. They also told the funniest racist jokes. They bickered and argued constantly.

    But they did it every morning, and if one didn't show up one morning, the other looked seriously distraught.

    One day my Granny asked them about their weird friendship. They just both liked having someone they could be completely honest to, and who would never say something behind their back that wouldn't be said to their face.

    I don't think that a racist should be in politics, but an overt racist bothers me far less than masked bigotry.
     
  12. mitchr

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    Sorry to be the "wet blanket", but none of Kamala's faults will be admissible. Anyone that points them out will be painted "racist" or "sexist" or both!:mad:
     
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  13. Rocky7

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    I cannot think of a single racist conservative politician in your country or mine. Can you?

    On the other hand, racism is all the rage on the Left and with left wing media bobble-heads.
     
  14. PaleHawkDown

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    I cannot. I know several accused of being racists, but I can't think of one where there was any evidence to back it up.
     
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  15. shanebrews

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    Well, there was David Duke back in the day.
     
  16. Rocky7

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    Exactly! We conservatives need to say that and make sure the "both sides" claptrap that the Left uses to deflect from their fascistic behaviour is rejected out of hand.

    I said now. Anyway, how do you figure David Duke was a conservative? If anything, he was a Democrat.
     
  17. mitchr

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  18. PaleHawkDown

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    I thought so too, but I looked it up.

    He WAS a Democrat for 13 years, he has been a Republican for 14 years and is currently listed as one, and he was in 3rd parties for 19.

    Honestly I wouldn't say he is "Conservative", his politics are on that end of the spectrum where fascism, communism, socialism and insanity all overlap and the lines between "right" and "left" are blurred.

    You can be a far-left/right radical, but by definition you can't be a conservative radical.
     
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  19. Rocky7

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    Exactly. That's why I said "conservative".

    There are politicians in the GOP who are not conservative at all. Same here. We have politicians who run for election in the Conservative Party of Canada who are not the least bit conservative. There's been a lot of that lately and it accounts for the low turnout we have at federal elections. People don't see the point in voting when the choice is between Dumb and Dumber.
     
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  20. mitchr

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    Looks to me like he's a politician that will change parties, depending on which one he thinks will benefit him the most (kinda like Mitt Romney) & IMO, absolutely not conservative! Never had the pleasure of voting against him as I've been out of Louisiana for 53 years.
     
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