The 2014 Elections – Can the Republicans Steal the Blacks from the Democrats?

I am not sure what the purpose of laws are anymore. Our government, and our people in general, seem accepting of rulebreaking in all forms. All that really seems to matter is who you are and who you know. Those two qualities mark you either as a “law-follower” who must obey the laws of the power elite, or a “law-maker”, a member of that same elite who make laws but are under no obligation to follow them.

Supposedly laws are meant to be a shield to protect the weak, but hardly can that be said of American laws these days. Really, they just seem like hoops that the sheeple must jump through to appease our billionaire overmasters. I have grown so sick of the Democratic Party’s complete disregard for laws of any sort. It is like they have race-horse blinders on – “Will this grant more power and wealth to me and my friends?” that is their thinking at all times. If the Democrat donkey could talk like Mr. Ed, this is what he would say:

"We get to make the laws. We don't have to follow our own laws. We can break our own laws all we want. But we are going to assert our dominance over you. You must follow our laws; we don't have to follow our laws. And don't you dare think of creating your own laws. You dance to the beat of our drum."

“We get to make the laws. We don’t have to follow our own laws. We can break our own laws all we want. But we are going to assert our dominance over you. You must follow our laws; we don’t have to follow our laws. And don’t you dare think of creating your own laws. You dance to the beat of our drum, you foolish peasant.” -Jackass

 

While I do take some solace at the Republican sweep during the past elections, I am still doubtful they will have any effect. The Republican Party is merely a bandage being used to sop up the blood from the gaping wounds the Democrats have ripped into Lady Liberty’s womanhood. But they aren’t a cop that is going to put the rapist behind bars.

Astonishingly, the Republicans pulled 10% of the black vote this 2014 election; incredible considering blacks went over 95% for President Obama during both elections. And this is in the teeth of endless Ferguson mau-mauing by every major media outlet in the country, and naked race-baiting with images and talk of Jim Crow, Klansmen, and a return to slavery. The desperation would have been amusing had there not been a possibility of success.

And surprise, surprise, illegal immigration is a big loser among… pretty much everyone. Incredibly, the Republican Party is positioned to be able to do the unthinkable – steal black votes from the Democratic Party. But how to do it? The answer is the immigration issue. The biggest losers due to unchecked illegal Mexican immigration are African Americans, who now must compete with Mexican migrants with 8th-grade educations that will work for peanuts. And that is the ticket to getting them punching the ticket for R instead of D. During the 2016 elections, the Republican Party should explicitly accuse, over and over and over and over and over and over again, that a vote for the Democrats is a vote for Mexican invasion and further ethnic cleansing of blacks from their neighborhoods. Pictures of former black neighborhoods now occupied by Mexican drug gangsters would make good ad material, as well as images of black college students shot to death by Hispanic gangsters in broad daylight (see more here.)

While it is unlikely the Republican Party could ever achieve the 90% figures the Democrats have been running for 50 years, they don’t have to. Even getting 20% to 30% of the black vote would be enough dynamite to crack the dam.

But the real question remains: even if the GOP grew brains and did exactly what I am telling them… would they actually deliver on their promises?

8ball

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One thought on “The 2014 Elections – Can the Republicans Steal the Blacks from the Democrats?

  1. Pingback: Donald Trump, the Republican Party, and Black Votes | unpropaganda

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