Hillary's mentor was an Avid KKK member

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  1. thewap macrumors demi-god

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    Since 1966 James William Fulbright an avid and open KKK Member and segregationist was mentor to who? Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton.


    Bill Clinton KKK member apologist.
     
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    Some Democrats way back when (the ones that didn't leave for the Republican party) were segregationists. Who knew?

    In other news, gentlemen used to wear tall hats, and women, hoop skirts.

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    Does the OP have a point or is this just more anti-Hillary desperation? Apparantly Hillary was not a very good student. :rolleyes:
     
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    Man, you guys are really ****ing scared of Hillary. Kind of funny.
     
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    This is true. This is why I rarely post on here anymore...only on caucus/primary nowadays.
     
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    "Way back when". Times and attitudes can change over time too.
     
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    "Way back when?" How the left apologizes for their current politicians - pull up politicians from the 1800s...

    The world should be terrified of Hilary, but I'm more afraid of the people who vote for her and actually believe she would do anything good for this country.

    After 50 years of liberal social programs, the percentage of the population on permanent government aid is at its highest point in history. That alone should teach you the politics of the left are intended to suppress individual success in favor of government dependance.
     
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    Liberalism was never about ideological purity.
     
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    Some Democrats? What with all the segregationist Democrats in the south and north, I think we should keep track of those who WEREN'T racists.
     
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    The OP's point :eek:, is one in tandem with this video and their narrators;
     
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    Fulbright isn't a current politician. And guys like Strom Thurman didn't live in the 1800s. At least not physically.

    This is even truer of Trump.
     
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    This kinda runs counter to the claim that, in America, anyone can make anything of themselves with just a bit of effort and elbow grease, doesn't it?

    "Anyone can be anything in this free country of ours. Unless you're on welfare, then you're a slave of the state."

    I'll say it right here and now, the meme that welfare creates people on the government is a lie, has been a lie since it was fielded back in the 20's, and only stupid people believe it. If someone's stuck on welfare, it's not just because welfare exists.
     
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    And this would prove what?
     
  14. jerwin macrumors 65816

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    Is proof really the point? Isn't insinuation enough?
     
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    That the Dems are racists and bigots. Why anyone would want to belong to such a hate-filled organization as the Democratic party is a mystery to me.
     
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    I'm surprised that it's taken liberals so long to realize this. Why, Strom Thurmond realized this way back in 1964, and Jesse Helms rejected the institutional racism of the Democratic party in 1970...
     
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    Could you speak more plainly? I'm confused about the point you seem to be making.
     
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    There's a reason why you don't see a lot of Klan vote Democrat these days, though they voted heavily that way in the past.

    You know this. You just refuse to acknowledge it.
     
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    Really? And how do you know the voting patterns of the Klan?
     
  20. jerwin macrumors 65816

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    You have a simplistic view of politics; I shall not pander to it.
     
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    <snicker> Sure.
     
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    Southern Democrats, son. Proud defenders of Dixie!

    That phrase was as much a sign of a regional party affiliation as it was a connotation up til the late 60's.
     
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    Simple for even someone like you can understand:

    The racist and bigoted Democrats took their racism and bigotry to the Republican Party, where it and its undertones still exist to this day.

    BL.
     
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    It used to be that there were southern Democrats and northern Republicans, liberal Republicans and conservative Democrats. On civil rights, in the 1960s, liberals and northerners generally got it right. Conservatives and Southerners, not so much.
     
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    The division at the time was pretty obvious, since JFK, a Democrat, was fighting for the Civil Rights Act against the likes of Strom Thurmond, who marched into congress waving the Confederate Flag as a sign of protest of the very act as a Democrat himself.

    Said division widened, Strom and the Dixiecrats moved over to the Republican side of aisle, and Nixon solidified the once Democrat bulwark of the south as a solidly Republican voting block with the Southern Strategy. The Democrats became the more liberal party, and the Republicans the more conservative. This is the way it's been ever since.
     

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