White Supremacists Endorse GOP Candidate: Trump

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    Jan 14, 2016 5:54 PM GMT
    NYT: Donald J. Trump has tapped into intense anger and anti-immigrant sentiment by part of the American electorate, exciting people who have paid little attention to politics and drawing approval from groups that some would consider to be fringe.

    “We don’t need Muslims,” says Jared Taylor, founder of the white supremacist New Century Foundation, in a robocall that has been playing in Iowa. “We need smart, well-educated white people who will assimilate to our culture. Vote Trump.”

    http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2016/01/14/donald-trump-disavows-actions-by-white-nationalist-promoting-his-bid/
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    Jan 15, 2016 11:21 AM GMT
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  • oldfart

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    Jan 15, 2016 3:21 PM GMT
    You bring the cross; I've got the gasoline.
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    Jan 15, 2016 3:38 PM GMT
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  • daveindenver

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    Jan 15, 2016 3:45 PM GMT
    The GOP isn't racist.
    But...racists love the GOP! !
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    Jan 15, 2016 5:22 PM GMT
    daveindenver said
    The GOP isn't racist.
    But...racists love the GOP! !

    By comparison, I'm not aware of any racists, radical armed militia, survivalist nuts, Teabagger loonies, tin-hat guys or KKK who flock to the Democratic Party. As my Mother used to say: "Birds of a feather flock together."
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    Jan 15, 2016 5:58 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    daveindenver said
    The GOP isn't racist.
    But...racists love the GOP! !

    By comparison, I'm not aware of any racists, radical armed militia, survivalist nuts, Teabagger loonies, tin-hat guys or KKK who flock to the Democratic Party. As my Mother used to say: "Birds of a feather flock together."

    No racists? Does the name Eric Holder ring a bell? And, you seem to forget the Klan's rather involved history - how much is ongoing? - with your beloved Demos, if not their vest pocket fundraiser, HRC.

    The OP got it wrong, too: ONE white supremacist is supporting Trump, who promptly - and to his entirely predictable credit - rejected the "endorsement." Why pay for the NYT if you're not going to read it? Oh, that's right: it looks good splayed out on sun-dappled tables in breakfast nooks on Sunday morning. Brunch, anyone?

    Fergiddaboudit!
  • oldfart

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    Jan 15, 2016 7:39 PM GMT
    And you know about those people in New York...
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    Jan 15, 2016 11:39 PM GMT
    MGINSD said
    Art_Deco said
    daveindenver said
    The GOP isn't racist.
    But...racists love the GOP! !

    By comparison, I'm not aware of any racists, radical armed militia, survivalist nuts, Teabagger loonies, tin-hat guys or KKK who flock to the Democratic Party. As my Mother used to say: "Birds of a feather flock together."

    No racists? Does the name Eric Holder ring a bell? And, you seem to forget the Klan's rather involved history - how much is ongoing? - with your beloved Demos, if not their vest pocket fundraiser, HRC.

    The OP got it wrong, too: ONE white supremacist is supporting Trump, who promptly - and to his entirely predictable credit - rejected the "endorsement." Why pay for the NYT if you're not going to read it? Oh, that's right: it looks good splayed out on sun-dappled tables in breakfast nooks on Sunday morning. Brunch, anyone?

    Fergiddaboudit!


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  • tazzari

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    Jan 16, 2016 12:02 AM GMT
    And the Duck Dynasty guy endorsed Cruz. Now I just don't know who to vote for! Lotsa gunfire on the Cruz endorsement - I may go that way.

    Trump vs. Cruz: It's 'New York values' vs. 'Duck Dynasty' values, America | Fox News
  • Triggerman

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    Jan 16, 2016 12:22 AM GMT
    I think the last KKK member in the US Senate was Robert Byrd who just served until he died maybe ten years ago. And he was eulogized as a great statesman by fellow Democrats. The KKK was an arm of the Democratic Party fighting integration and Civil Rights in the South.

    History is history. Look it up.
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    Jan 16, 2016 12:51 AM GMT
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    Triggerman saidI think the last KKK member in the US Senate was Robert Byrd who just served until he died maybe ten years ago. And he was eulogized as a great statesman by fellow Democrats. The KKK was an arm of the Democratic Party fighting integration and Civil Rights in the South.

    History is history. Look it up.


    Byrd spent the rest of his life in repentance, serving humanity, unabashedly apologizing repeatedly & frequently and whenever asked. He owned it.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2013/08/15/klan-members-democrats-desperate-deflections-racist-party.html
    Educating Republicans: Why You Can’t Spell KKK Without the Letters G-O-P
    Yes, Democrats were a big part of the original KKK over 150 years ago. But Democrats were on the other side in 1948 with the addition of civil rights as a campaign plank and on into the fights for Civil Rights in the 60s, losing Southern white voters to the Republican Party. But really, what matters when you are voting is where each party stands TODAY.


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    Jan 16, 2016 1:17 AM GMT
    Triggerman saidI think the last KKK member in the US Senate was Robert Byrd who just served until he died maybe ten years ago. And he was eulogized as a great statesman by fellow Democrats. The KKK was an arm of the Democratic Party fighting integration and Civil Rights in the South.

    History is history. Look it up.


    History is history. And you should follow up.

    Changes in platforms caused a split and a large block of the Democratic party switched sides. Those segregationists became republican. (Most will write it was the Civil Rights Act of 1964, but it goes back a bit further than this.) Social and economic issues caused other groups to switch sides as well. For example, the Roosevelt republicans became democrat, as did blacks who up until 70 years ago historically supported republican candidates.

    Those ass-kissing eulogizations of Byrd aside (which were criticized both within the democratic party and by republicans, as well as media outlets), you have to know the parties are a bit different from their 1950s and 1960s counterparts.
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    Jan 16, 2016 1:18 AM GMT
    Triggerman saidI think the last KKK member in the US Senate was Robert Byrd who just served until he died maybe ten years ago. And he was eulogized as a great statesman by fellow Democrats. The KKK was an arm of the Democratic Party fighting integration and Civil Rights in the South.

    History is history. Look it up.
    The blind sycophants of the donkey dorks don't like historical facts about the many wrongdoings of the Democratic Party. While the southern donkey dorks were busy fiercely opposing integration the northern donkey dorks were busy destroying most of the older northern US cities with their horrendous urban policies.