"Ramon F. Herrera" <***@conexus.net> wrote ...
One wonders: Which is the party where hatred is most concentrated and
The only ones qualified to make an statement are the victims of
prejudice, persecution and racism themselves. Let's ask them, shall
Here's their response:
- Black folks voted for Obama, by a 98% margin.
- Jewish folks voted for Obama, by a 75% margin.
- Hispanic folks voted for Obama, by a 66% margin.
- Asian folks voted for Obama, by a 63% margin.
- Gay folks voted for Obama, by an unknown margin.
Rep. Chaka Fattah, D-Penn., explained last night how unemployment could
actually encourage people to vote for President Obama in order to secure
welfare benefits such as food stamps."Unemployment continues to drop and
those people who are unemployed, they're not going to be voting for the
party who wants to cut their benefits -- cut access to food stamps, cut job
training," Fattah, Senior Member of the House Appropriations Committee, told
MSNBC's Al Sharpton last night.
"I think Americans are angry," said House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer at his
weekly press availability yesterday. "They were angry in 2006. They were
angry in 2008. They changed leadership. They are still angry. Their economy
is still not working the way it ought to work.. Unfortunately their anger,
which should be focused on not returning to the Bush-Hastert-Boehner-McCain
policies," is now redirected at Democrats.