27 December 2007

The Democrats Exposed for the Racist Hacks They Are

I've been beating this drum for a long time now, as have many other conservatives, but the media, by and large, won't lay the truth down in print because of their leftist agenda. The Democrats are a racist organization. Their party continually divides the American people into many sub categories and pits them against one another in order scare the public into voting for their them. It is a fact that the Democrats started the Confederacy. It is a fact the Republicans ended slavery. It is a fact that the Republicans passes the Civil Rights Act in the face of fierce opposition. I have blogged before about the racism of Joe Biden. Liberal race baiters like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson pit blacks against other races. The fact is that the message of the Republican Party is that anyone of any creed, color, race, gender, can succeed with hard work. We believe in rugged individualism, the power of the individual, the ability to succeed in life despite the conditions and challenges we face in life. We believe that setting up boundaries and separating people into subcategories does more harm than good, that people are all the same and can succeed with hard work and dedication. The Democrats' message is that if one strays off the Democratic plantation, they can't succeed in the world. The Wall Street Journal has published an incredibly insightful of the racist history of the Democratic Party, "Whitewash," and one that should indeed be thoroughly read as the article below by Peter Byrne, though this one is of much more dire consequences. It is a piece penned for a historical perspective with many quotes from Democratic leaders that underscore the point of how racist the Democratic Party is. Here are some samples:

Blacks "are inferior to the whites in the endowments of both of body and mind."

--Thomas Jefferson, 1787
Co-founder of the Democratic Party (along with Andrew Jackson)
President, 1801-09

"I am a former Kleagle [recruiter] of the Ku Klux Klan in Raleigh County. . . . The Klan is needed today as never before and I am anxious to see its rebirth here in West Virginia. It is necessary that the order be promoted immediately and in every state in the union."

--Robert C. Byrd, 1946
Democratic Senator from West Virginia, 1959-present
Senate Majority Leader, 1977-80 and 1987-88
Senate President Pro Tempore, 1989-95, 2001-03, 2007-present
His portrait stands in the U.S. Capitol.

"The Confederate Memorial has had a special place in my life for many years. . . . There were many, many times that I found myself drawn to this deeply inspiring memorial, to contemplate the sacrifices of others, several of whom were my ancestors, whose enormous suffering and collective gallantry are to this day still misunderstood by most Americans."

--James Webb, 1990
Now a Democratic Senator from Virginia

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Democratic Party.


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