Why Do Minorities ALWAYS Miss and/or Ignore the Racism in the Democrat Party?

Republicans are racists, see:

–A minority Republican Senator passes away.
–Choosing a successor is the responsibility of his state’s (white) (Republican) governor.
–The late Senator in question had formally made a request to the governor that a particular qualified individual (who also happens to be a minority) succeed him.
–The governor then proceeds to ignore the dying wish of the late Senator, and instead chooses his (white) Lt. Governor.

Only, this didn’t happen in the Republican Party, it happened in the Democrat Party — where the “Party of minorities” is more “lily white” than Republicans:

Neil Abercrombie ignores Daniel Inouye’s dying wish, picks Brian Schatz for Hawaii Senate.

Did you know that the ONLY black Senator currently seated is a Republican? What’s more, did you know he was seated by a female Republican governor? And did you know this female Republican governor is also a minority? In truth, there have been many more minorities in positions of prominence and power either elected as or appointed by Republicans than have been by Democrats.

 –Don’t minorities know that it was Republicans who freed the slaves?

 –Don’t minorities know that it was Republicans who passed the Civil Rights laws?

 –Don’t minorities know that it is Republicans who stress character over color today?

 –Don’t minorities know that it was Democrats who passed the Jim Crow laws?

–Don’t minorities know that it was Democrats who founded the KKK?

–Don’t minorities know that it was Democrats who segregated the military?

–Don’t minorities know that it was Democrats who started Planned Parenthood to destroy the black race?

–Don’t minorities know that it was Democrats who designed a welfare system that destroyed the black family?

But, for some reason, minorities continue to support the Democrat Party who, in return, continues to keep minorities in positions of dependence and subservience. Now why is that?

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64 thoughts on “Why Do Minorities ALWAYS Miss and/or Ignore the Racism in the Democrat Party?

  1. They have been told for years that republicans are racist, when your told something over and over it becomes truth. Some republicans are afraid to say they are republican for fear of being thought of as a racist.
    Minorities also believe that republicans, if in office will take things away such as welfare and food stamps. My son has a friend who is latin and during the elections the boy said that if Romney is elected his family will lose thier food stamps. (These are people who can work but choose not to).

  2. Joe half of your assertions are misleading, the other half are out and out lies. You must think minorities are dumb enough to believe your BS, which makes you the racist.

      • You can fool the people in here, Joe, they are as truth -challenged as you. But idiocy such as the crap in your post is the reason blacks and hispanics avoid the GOP in droves.

              • Scroll up, moron, I already did. Or, do you think Martin Luther King was bamboozled by Sanger, much in the manner that you have been taken in by Joe’s lies.?

                • Why are you so angry. Is it that you are starting to realize so late in your life that you have chosen to believe in so much propaganda? Trust me… I know the feeling! I just figured it out far earlier than you and this is no indignation towards you. Some of us just figure things out quicker.

                  I was a brain-washed clown too. I hated big business too. I did NOT know a black man literally helped save our country from the British army by being a spy. While Frederic Douglas SERVED (I capitalize server cause he was a SLAVE to the British Army – not America!) he was conveying the data he acquired while serving them to Washington (General Washington). He is also in the famous boat crossing of the Delaware. Did you know this? I DID NOT until I left the indoctrination system known as the public school system. No, what I learned was that Washington and most founders owned slaves, had sex with black women and stole this land! It is CRIMINAL the type of education I received. It is on par with Nazi Germany!!!

                  So I understand you place in life right now, I do understand your anger completely and I can see why you are lashing out here. Go for it! Its part of the cleansing of evil.

                  • And here I am speaking to the point, while you go off on some weird tangent.
                    Okay, then, Frederic Douglass was born in 1818, a little late to be spying for ol’ George. About 800 slaves fled their colonial masters to join up with the British army. A Prince Whipple, owned by General Whipple is in the painting, not Douglas.
                    You should have stayed in school, Polly

                • So basically you have nothing. You have only adolescent comments. Your OWN comments are vacant and I bet in your mind you REALLY think your sticking it to us.

                  Yet another example of the public education system. I am NOT just speaking of grade school through HS. I include the publicly subsidised higher education system as well!

                • OK, now we are starting to make some progress since we are starting to think alike.

                  I guess if we don’t fuel your hatred and anger you are no longer interested.

                  Where is my STAPLES button… THAT WAS EASY!

              • He can’t.

                PoliTec,

                Greg will cherry pick things that sound good, but when you confront him with the uglier stuff, he will dismiss or deny it. It’s all he has when faced with the reality that history is not on his side.

        • “blacks and hispanics avoid the GOP in droves.”

          Incomplete list – List of African-American Republicans

          A
          Claude Allen, former White House Domestic Policy Advisor
          Renee Amoore, health care advocate & founder and president of The Amoore Group, Inc.; former candidate for Republican National Committee Co-Chairwoman
          Caesar Antoine, 13th Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana

          B

          J. Kenneth Blackwell, former Secretary of State of Ohio, former gubernatorial candidate
          Michelle Bernard, journalist, author, columnist
          Lynette Boggs, former Las Vegas City Councilwoman, former Clark County, NV commissioner, former candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives
          Peter Boulware, former NFL linebacker and Republican candidate for the Florida House of Representatives, District 9.
          Jennette Bradley, former Treasurer of the State of Ohio
          Randy Brock, former State Auditor of Vermont, current State Senator of Vermont
          Stephen Broden, conservative commentator, Life Always board member (a pro-life organization) and evangelical pastor, 2010 Congressional candidate
          Edward Brooke, former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, first African American elected by popular vote to the U.S. Senate
          Janice Rogers Brown, a federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals
          Blanche Bruce, former U.S. Senator from Mississippi, first African American to serve a full term in the U.S. Senate
          Keith Butler, Republican national committeeman from Michigan, former councilman for Detroit, minister and former U.S. Senatorial candidate

          C

          Herman Cain, businessman, media personality, and former candidate for President of the United States in 2012.
          Jennifer Carroll, Lieutenant Governor of Florida
          Ron Christie, former advisor to Vice-President Dick Cheney
          Octavius Valentine Catto, civil rights activist and African American baseball pioneer
          Henry P. Cheatham, former U.S. Representative from North Carolina
          Eldridge Cleaver, author and civil rights leader
          William Thaddeus Coleman, Jr., fourth United States Secretary of Transportation, first African American Supreme Court Clerk
          Ward Connerly, political activist, businessman, and former University of California Regent
          Norris Wright Cuney, Chairman of the Texas Republican Party (1886-1896)

          D
          Frederick Douglass
          Randy Daniels, former Secretary of State of New York, 2006 Gubernatorial candidate
          Artur Davis, former Democratic Alabama Congressman, speaker at 2012 Republican National Convention, potential Republican candidate
          Oscar Stanton de Priest, former U.S. Representative from Illinois
          Robert DeLarge, South Carolina congressman
          Frederick Douglass, abolitionist, editor, orator, author, and statesman
          Oscar Dunn, 11th Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana
          Edward Duplex, Mayor of Wheatland, California (1888)

          E

          Larry Elder, talk radio host and commentator
          Robert Brown Elliott, former U.S. Representative from South Carolina
          Melvin H. Evans, former U.S. Representative from, and former Governor of, the U.S. Virgin Islands

          F

          James L. Farmer, Jr., civil rights leader
          Michel Faulkner, pastor, former defensive lineman for the New York Jets, a 2010 nominee for New York’s 15th congressional district
          Arthur Fletcher, official in the administrations of Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and George H.W. Bush; considered the “father of affirmative action”
          Gary Franks, former U.S. Representative from Connecticut
          Ryan Frazier, Aurora City Councilman, 2010 nominee for Colorado’s 7th congressional district
          Samuel B. Fuller, founder and president of the Fuller Products Company, publisher of the New York Age and Pittsburgh Courier, head of the South Side Chicago NAACP, president of the National Negro Business League, and a prominent black Republican
          Virginia Fuller, 2010 and 2012 Congressional Candidate

          G

          James Garner (politician), former mayor of the Village of Hempstead, New York, 2004 Congressional candidate
          Robert A. George (pundit), editorial writer for the New York Post, blogger and pundit
          James Golden (radio personality), producer on the Rush Limbaugh radio talk show

          H

          Ken Hamblin, Radio host, political commentator, author, television personality
          Jeremiah Haralson, former U.S. Representative from Alabama
          Bill Hardiman, former Michigan State Senator, 2010 Congressional Candidate
          Erika Harold, 2003 Miss America, delegate to the 2004 Republican National Convention, 2012 Congressional Candidate
          Ted Hayes, activist for the homeless
          Amy Holmes, CNN political commentator and independent social conservative
          Deborah Honeycutt, 2006, 2008, 2010 congressional candidate;
          T.R.M. Howard, Mississippi civil rights leader, surgeon, entrepreneur and mentor to Medgar Evers and Fannie Lou Hamer
          Zora Neale Hurston, Folklorist, anthropologist, novelist, short story writer
          John Adams Hyman, former U.S. Representative from North Carolina

          I

          Niger Innis, commentator and activist

          J

          Alphonso Jackson, thirteenth Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
          Raynard Jackson, political consultant and political analyst for WUSA*9 TV (CBS affiliate) in Washington, DC
          Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson, first African-American woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School; pro-life movement leader; Republican candidate for U.S. House and U.S. Senate[4]
          Wallace B. Jefferson, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas
          James Weldon Johnson, first Black manager of the NAACP, president of the Colored Republican Club

          K
          Alan Keyes, 16th Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs

          Alan Keyes, former member of the Republican party and nominee for the U.S. Senate
          Alveda King, minister, political activist, author, niece of Martin Luther King Jr.
          Martin Luther King, Sr., Reverend, missionary, civil rights leader, father of Martin Luther King, Jr.

          L

          Stephen N. Lackey, fundraiser, philanthropist
          John Mercer Langston, former U.S. Representative from Virginia
          Jefferson Franklin Long, former U.S. Representative from Georgia
          Mia Love, mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah, 2012 Congressional candidate
          John Roy Lynch, former U.S. Representative from Mississippi

          M

          Lenny McAllister, political analyst, community activist, and author
          Angela McGlowan, political analyst, 2010 Congressional candidate
          James Meredith, civil rights leader
          Thomas Ezekiel Miller, former U.S. Representative from South Carolina
          Eric Motley, former Deputy Associate Director, Office of Presidential Personnel in Bush Administration
          George Washington Murray, former U.S. Representative from South Carolina
          E. Frederic Morrow, first African-American to hold an executive position at the White House. He served under President Dwight D. Eisenhower as Administrative Officer for Special Projects from 1955 to 1961.
          Steven Mullins, Connecticut politician, Planning & Zoning Commissioner, City of West Haven, 2009 Republican nominee for Mayor of West Haven, 2002 Republican nominee for State Comptroller

          N

          Charles Edmund Nash, former U.S Representative from Louisiana
          Sophia A. Nelson, Lawyer, author, political commentator
          Constance Berry Newman, U.S. diplomat; former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs; member of International Republican Institute

          O

          James E. O’Hara, Congressman from North Carolina

          P
          Colin Powell, 65th Secretary of State

          Rod Paige, seventh U.S. Secretary of Education
          Sherman Parker, Missouri state representative, ran for U.S. House of Representatives
          Vernon Parker, mayor of Paradise Valley, Arizona, 2010 Congressional candidate
          Star Parker, author, political commentator, 2010 Congressional candidate
          Edward J. Perkins, first African-American U.S. ambassador to South Africa
          Jesse Lee Peterson, civil rights activist, founder of Brotherhood of New Destiny
          Joseph C. Phillips, actor, columnist, commentator
          Pio Pico, last governor of Mexican California. Formed the Republican Party in California.
          Samuel Pierce, former HUD Secretary
          P. B. S. Pinchback, twenty-fourth governor of Louisiana; first African-American governor of a U.S. state
          Colin Powell, 65th United States Secretary of State
          Michael Powell, 24th Chairman of the FCC
          Pierre-Richard Prosper, former Bush Administration war crimes official

          Q
          Wiki letter w.svg This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (July 2010)
          R
          Condoleezza Rice, 66th Secretary of State

          Joseph H. Rainey, former U.S. Representative from South Carolina, first African American to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives
          James T. Rapier, former U.S. Representative from Alabama
          Hiram Rhodes Revels, former U.S. Senator from Mississippi, first African American to serve in the U.S. Senate
          Condoleezza Rice, 66th United States Secretary of State
          Jack E. Robinson III, former party nominee for U.S. House, U.S. Senate, and Secretary of the Commonwealth in Massachusetts
          Vernon Robinson, former candidate for U.S. House of Representatives from North Carolina
          Joe Rogers, former Lieutenant Governor of Colorado, youngest Lieutenant Governor in Colorado history
          Carson Ross Mayor of Blue Springs, MO, Fmr. Missouri State Rep
          Jackie Robinson, baseball player (changed parties after Goldwater nomination).

          S
          Michael Steele, 64th Chairman of the Republican National Committee

          Paul H. Scott, Michigan State Representative
          Tim Scott. Representative, South Carolina’s 1st Congressional District
          Marvin Scott. Congressional Candidate
          Winsome Sears. Former member of the Virginia House of Delegates, 2004 Congressional Candidate
          Robert Smalls, South Carolina
          Joshua I. Smith, appointed commissioner of Minority Business Development by President George H. W. Bush
          Princella Smith, 2010 Congressional Candidate, She PAC member
          DeForest “Buster” Soaries, former New Jersey Secretary of State
          Thomas Sowell, economist, writer and commentator
          Michael S. Steele, political commentator, former Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, former candidate for the U.S. Senate and elected chairman of the Republican National Committee
          Shelby Steele, author
          Thomas Stith, III, former member of the city council of Durham, North Carolina, 2004 Candidate for Lieutenant Governor, 2007 mayoral candidate for Durham, North Carolina
          Lynn Swann, former NFL player, former Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate

          T
          Clarence Thomas, Associate Supreme Court Justice
          Sojourner Truth
          Noel C. Taylor, mayor of Roanoke, Virginia from 1975 to 1992
          Clarence Thomas, associate justice of the United States Supreme Court
          Thurman Thomas, former Buffalo Bill, Republican activist, supported and campaigned for 2010 New York Republican Gubernatorial nominee Carl Paladino
          Sojourner Truth, abolitionist speaker and suffrage advocate
          Harriet Tubman, abolitionist speaker and suffrage advocate
          Benjamin S. Turner, Alabama Congressman
          David Tyree, former New York Giant, anti-same-sex marriage advocate

          U

          James L. Usry, former mayor of Atlantic City, New Jersey

          V

          William T. Vernon, Register of the Treasury under President Theodore Roosevelt

          W

          Dale Wainwright, Associate Justice of the Texas Supreme Court
          Eric Wallace (entrepreneur), pastor, entrepreneur, serves on the African American Advisory Board for the Republican National Committee
          Josiah Walls, former U.S. Representative from Florida, and one of the first African-Americans to serve in the U.S. House
          Booker T. Washington, educator and activist
          Maurice Washington, Nevada State Senator
          J. C. Watts, former U.S. Representative from Oklahoma
          Ida B. Wells, civil rights advocate, co-founder of the NAACP
          Allen West, former U.S. Representative from Florida
          J. Ernest Wilkins, Sr., Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Eisenhower
          Armstrong Williams, radio and television commentator
          Michael L. Williams, Texas Railroad Commissioner
          Walter E. Williams, author, commentator, economist
          Vern Williams, member of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel
          Barb Davis White, 2010 Congressional Candidate

          Y

          William F. Yardley, anti-segregation advocate, first African American candidate for governor of Tennessee (1876)

          • Hispanics …

            Timeline of events
            Susanna Martinez
            Marco Rubio
            Ted Cruz
            Brian Sandoval
            Alberto Gonzales
            Carlos Gutierrez
            Rosario Marin
            Anna Escobedo Cabral
            Mel Martinez
            Romualdo Pacheco

            This is a timeline of significant events in Hispanic history which have shaped the conservative movement in the United States.

            1860’s

            1863 – Romualdo Pacheco elected as California State Treasurer
            Francisco Perea (New Mexico Territory) elected to U.S. Congress (non voting delegate)
            1865 – José Francisco Chaves (New Mexico Territory) elected to U.S. Congress (non voting delegate)

            1870’s

            1871 – Romualdo Pacheco elected as Lieutenant Governor of California
            1875 – Romualdo Pacheco appointed as Governor of California
            1877 – Romualdo Pacheco (CA) elected to U.S. Congress and Trinidad Romero (New Mexico Territory) elected to U.S. Congress (non voting delegate)
            1879 – Mariano S. Otero (New Mexico Territory) elected to U.S. Congress (non voting delegate)

            1880’s

            1881 – Tranquilino Luna (New Mexico Territory) elected to U.S. Congress (non voting delegate)

            1890’s

            1897 – Miguel Antonio Otero elected as Governor of New Mexico Territory
            1899 – Pedro Perea (New Mexico Territory) elected to U.S. Congress (non voting delegate)

            1900’s

            1901 – Federico Degetau elected to U.S. Congress (1st Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico)
            1905 – Tulio Larrinaga elected to U.S. Congress (1st Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico)

            1910’s

            1911 – Luis Muñoz Rivera elected to U.S. Congress (1st Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico)
            1917 – Félix Córdova Dávila (Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico) and Benigno C. Hernández (NM) elected to U.S. Congress
            1919 – Octaviano Ambrosio Larrazolo elected as Governor of New Mexico

            1920’s

            1921 – Néstor Montoya (NM) elected to U.S. Congress
            1928 – Octaviano Ambrosio Larrazolo elected as United States Senator from New Mexico

            1960’s

            1969 – Luis A. Ferré elected as Governor of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
            Jorge Luis Córdova (Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico) and Manuel Lujan, Jr. (NM) elected to U.S. Congress

            1970’s

            1971 – President Richard M. Nixon appoints Romana Acosta Bañuelos as Treasurer of the United States
            1977 – Baltasar Corrada del Río elected to U.S. Congress (Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico)
            1979 – Mike Curb elected as Lieutenant Governor of California

            1980’s

            1983 – President Ronald Reagan appoints Katherine D. Ortega as Treasurer of the United States
            1985 – President Ronald Reagan appoints Linda Chavez as Assistant to the President for Public Liaison
            1987 – Bob Martinez elected as Governor of Florida
            1989 – President George H. W. Bush appoints Manuel Lujan, Jr. as United States Secretary of the Interior
            Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL) is elected to U.S. Congress

            1990’s

            1990 – President George H. W. Bush appoints Vice Admiral Dr. Antonia Novello as Surgeon General of the United States
            1991 – President George H. W. Bush appoints Bob Martinez as Director of the National Drug Control Policy
            1993 – Henry Bonilla (TX) and Lincoln Diaz-Balart (FL) elected to U.S. Congress
            1995 – Tony Garza appointed Texas Secretary of State
            1997 – Alberto Gonzales appointed Texas Secretary of State
            1999 – Alberto Gonzales elected as Associate Justice of the Texas Supreme Court

            2000’s

            2000 – Matthew G. Martinez (CA) Democratic Congressman joins GOP
            2001 – President George W. Bush appoints the following:
            Hector Barreto as Administrator of the Small Business Administration
            Rosario Marin as Treasurer of the United States
            Mel Martinez as United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
            Alberto Gonzales as White House Counsel
            Elsa Murano as Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety
            Leslie Sanchez as Executive Director, White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans
            Cari M. Dominguez as Chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
            Michael Montelongo as Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Financial Management & Comptroller)
            Alberto J. Mora as General Counsel of the Navy
            Dionel M. Aviles as Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller)
            Israel Hernandez as Deputy Assistant to the President
            Douglas Domenech as Deputy Director of the Office of External and Intergovernmental Affairs in the United States Department of the Interior
            Colonel Dr. Jacob Lozada as Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs
            2002 – President George W. Bush appoints Tony Garza as United States Ambassador to Mexico
            2003 – President George W. Bush appoints the following:
            Roger Noriega as Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs
            Rear Admiral Dr. Cristina V. Beato as United States Assistant Secretary for Health
            Major General William A. Navas, Jr. as Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs)
            Michael L. Dominguez as Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Manpower & Reserve Affairs)
            Colonel Dr. Jacob Lozada as Human Resource Agency’s Special Advisor to the Director of OPM for Diversity Strategy
            Mario Diaz-Balart (FL) elected to U.S. Congress
            Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott appoints Ted Cruz as Solicitor General of Texas
            Brian Sandoval elected as Attorney General of Nevada
            2004 – President George W. Bush appoints Dionel M. Aviles as Under Secretary of the Navy
            2005 – President George W. Bush appoints the following:
            Alberto Gonzales as United States Attorney General
            Carlos Gutierrez as United States Secretary of Commerce
            Anna Escobedo Cabral as Treasurer of the United States
            Michael L. Dominguez as acting United States Secretary of the Air Force
            Emilio T. Gonzalez as Director of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
            Israel Hernandez as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for International Trade and Promotion and Director-General of the United States Commercial Service
            Alfonso Martinez-Fonts Jr. as Assistant Secretary for the Private Sector Office at the United States Department of Homeland Security
            Juan Zarate as Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Combating Terrorism
            Mel Martinez elected as United States Senator from Florida
            Luis Fortuño elected to U.S. Congress (Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico)
            2006 – President George W. Bush appoints the following:
            Lisette M. Mondello as Assistant Secretary of Public and Intergovernmental Affairs in the Department of Veterans Affairs
            Nancy Montanez Johner as Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services
            Frank Jimenez as General Counsel of the Navy
            2007 – President George W. Bush appoints Christopher A. Padilla as Under Secretary for International Trade
            2008 – President George W. Bush appoints Admiral Joxel García as United States Assistant Secretary for Health
            Esperanza Andrade appointed Texas Secretary of State
            2009 – Luis Fortuño elected as Governor of Puerto Rico
            Jason Chaffetz (UT) elected to U.S. Congress

            2010’s

            2010 – Abel Maldonado appointed Lieutenant Governor of California
            2011 – Marco Rubio elected as United States Senator from Florida
            Quico Canseco (TX), Bill Flores (TX), Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA), Raúl Labrador (ID) and David Rivera (FL) elected to U.S. Congress
            Susana Martinez elected as Governor of New Mexico and Brian Sandoval elected as Governor of Nevada
            John Sanchez elected as Lieutenant Governor of New Mexico
            2013 – Ted Cruz elected as United States Senator from Texas

            Other Figures
            Politicians

            Frank Artiles – Florida State Representative (2010-present)
            Dr. José Celso Barbosa – Founder of the Republican Party of Puerto Rico
            Gustavo Barreiro – Florida State Representative (1998-2008)
            Jon Barela – Economic Development Secretary for New Mexico (2012-present) and U.S. House Candidate (2010)
            Esteban Bovo – Florida State Representative (2009-2011) and Miami-Dade County Commission (2011-present)
            Gaston Cantens – Florida State Representative (1996-2004)
            Al Cardenas – Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida
            Victor G. Carrillo – Texas Railroad Commissioner (2002-2011)
            Fred Costello – Florida State Representative (2010-2013) and U.S. House Candidate (2012)
            Alex Diaz de la Portilla – Florida State Senator (2000-2010)
            Miguel Diaz de la Portilla – Florida State Senator (2010-present)
            Jose Felix Diaz – Florida State Representative (2010-present)
            Carl J. Domino – Florida State Representative (2002-2010)
            Anitere Flores – Florida State Representative (2004-2010) and Florida State Senator (2010-present)
            Jeff Frederick – Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia and Virginian House Delegate (2004-2010)
            Erik Fresen – Florida State Representative (2009-present)
            Bonnie Garcia – California State Representative (2002-2008)
            Rene Garcia – Florida State Representative (2000-2010) and Florida State Senator (2010-present)
            Rudy Garcia – Florida State Senator (2000-2010)
            John Garza – Texas State Representative (2011-2013)
            Carlos A. Giménez – Chief of the Miami Fire Department (2000-2003), Miami-Dade County Commissioner (2004-2011) and Mayor of Miami-Dade County (2011-present)
            Eduardo Gonzalez – Florida State Representative (2007-present)
            Jenniffer González – Puerto Rico State Representative (2002-present) and Speaker of the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico (2009-present)
            Larry Gonzalez – Texas State Representative (2011-present)
            Carlos Hernandez] – Mayor of Hialeah, Florida (2011-presents)
            Marcelo Llorente – Florida State Representative (2002-2010)
            Carlos Lopez-Cantera – Florida State Representative (2004-2012) and Miami-Dade County Commission (2012-present)
            Pete Lopez – New York State Representative (2007-present)
            Nicole Malliotakis – New York State Representative (2010-present)
            Carlos A. Manrique – Florida State Representative (1992-1994)
            Art Martinez de Vara – Mayor of Von Ormy (2008-present)
            Carlos Mayans – Mayor of Wichita, Kansas (2003-2007)
            Joseph Miró – Delaware State Representative (1998-present)
            Alex X. Mooney – Chairman of the Maryland Republican Party and Maryland State Senator (1999-2011)
            Carlos Méndez Martínez – Mayor of Aguadilla (1997-present)
            Joe Negron – Florida State Representative (2000-2006) and Florida State Senator (2009-present)
            Jose R. Oliva – Florida State Representative (2011-present)
            Héctor O’Neill – Mayor of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico (1993-present)
            Bob Pacheco – California State Representative (1998-2004)
            Rod Pacheco – California State Representative (1996-2002) and Riverside County District Attorney (2007-2011)
            Aaron Peña – Texas State Representative (2003-2013)
            Juan-Carlos Planas – Florida State Representative (2002-2010)
            Tomás Regalado – Mayor of Miami(2009-present)
            Ana Rivas Logan – Florida State Representative (2010-2012)
            Julio Robaina – Mayor of Hialeah (2005-2011)
            John Quiñones – Florida State Representative (2002-2007), Miami-Dade County Commission (2007-present) and U.S. House Candidate (2012)
            Lionel Rivera – Puerto Rico State Senator (2013-present) and Mayors of Colorado Springs (2003-2011)
            Thomas Rivera Schatz – 14th President of the Senate of Puerto Rico (2009-present)
            Jorge Santini – Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico (2001-present)
            Jason Villalba – Texas State Representative (2013-present)
            J. Alex Villalobos – Florida State Senator (2001-2010)
            Juan C. Zapata – Florida State Representative (2002-2010)

            Judges

            Eva Guzman – Texas Supreme Court Justice (2009-present)
            Dora Irizarry – Federal Judge
            David M. Medina – Texas Supreme Court Justice (2004-2012)
            Marilyn Milian – State Circuit Court Judge and current Judge on The People’s Court
            Xavier Rodriguez – Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (2003-present)

            Athletes and entertainers

            Veronica Castro – Singer
            Erik Estrada – Actor[10]
            Andy García – Actor[11]
            Ricardo Montalbán – Actor[12]
            Freddie Prinze, Jr. – Actor[13]
            Jon Secada – Singer[14]
            Jaci Velasquez – Singer[15]
            Eduardo Verástegui – Model/Actor[16]

            Law

            George P. Bush – Attorney, son of eldest son of Florida Governor Jeb Bush, the nephew of President George W. Bush, and the namesake grandson of President George H. W. Bush. George Prescott is also named for his great-grandfather, Senator Prescott Bush.[17]
            Miguel Estrada – Attorney
            Michael J. Garcia – U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York
            Alfredo Duran – Lawyer

            Ambassadors

            Eduardo Aguirre – United States Ambassador to Spain (2005-2009)
            Lino Gutierrez – United States Ambassador to Argentina (2003-2006)
            Barbara Moore – United States Ambassador to Nicaragua (2002-2005)

            Science

            Dr. Tirso del Junco – Diplomat of the American Board of Surgery and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons

            Columnists, authors and journalists

            Jason Mattera – Author of Obama Zombies: How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation

            TV personalities

            Alex Castellanos – Political Media Consultant

            Education and Business

            Claudia Bermúdez – Businesswoman and U.S. House Candidate (2008)
            Ben Fernandez – Financial Consultant
            Armando Gutierrez – Entrepreneur
            Felix Sabates – Entrepreneur
            Andy Unanue – Businessman

            Activists

            Tito the Builder – Activist
            Miguel A. García Méndez – Activist

            • That was not your assertion Greg. Your assertion is that blacks and hispanics run from the Republicans in droves. Sorry if that massive, and incomplete list did not support your assertion.

              You have the luxury of 1 election cycle, I have the luxury of 200 years of history.

              Nuff said.

                • It wasn’t hard Greg. Not hard at all.

                  At least I did not dumb it down to a failed Republican candidate, but since you have done so … let’s clarify why:

                  1. First Black President
                  2. Santa Claus. How can anyone compete with a man who gives out “free” phones, and wants to increase the entitlement spending on everyone’s nickel (including yours).

                  The Free Sh*t Army will not be denied.

                  • Obama is black? Not White? Black blood must be powerful stuff, as it seems to trump white blood in your mind.
                    Obama has referred too himself as a mongrel more than once.

                    As to Santa Claus, what is the continuation of dubya’s tax cuts for the wealthy but a present to Romney’s base? How is the lesser tax on dividends than that on honest wages anything but a gift to the rich, and a slap in the face to, well, you, Augger? Why do you support a party who would make it harder for a poor man to climb out of poverty?

                • “Obama is black? Not White? Black blood must be powerful stuff, as it seems to trump white blood in your mind. Obama has referred too himself as a mongrel more than once.”

                  Actually, you are selling a half-truth on this. You are right. Obama has claimed to be Irish, White, Black, Hispanic, Hawian (even though he thinks Hawaii is in Asia), Muslim, Christian, and god who knows what else.

                  He speaks different languages to different crowds.

                  Maybe that’s why he pulls so much of the Black base when he get’s his ghetto on.


                  “As to Santa Claus, what is the continuation of dubya’s tax cuts for the wealthy but a present to Romney’s base? How is the lesser tax on dividends than that on honest wages anything but a gift to the rich, and a slap in the face to, well, you, Augger? Why do you support a party who would make it harder for a poor man to climb out of poverty?”

                  Come back to this one Greg when you come back with proper numbers. Your talking points are all Chris Mathews and shit.

                  As to making it harder for a poor man to climb out of poverty … I can see that from you (who thinks the government has to regulate you against yourself).

                • Me? A Liar? It would seem that Augger, and I are the only ones presenting the whole of the historic record here, Greg. It would also seem that — were the historic record on your side — you could make your case without having to cherry pick (i.e. IGNORE the stuff that contradicts your position).

                  • As in the way you ignore Sanger’s true nature, and prefer to slander her positions with distortions and lies? You are the cherry-picker, and you seem to prefer the rotten cherries.
                    You’re a coward, Joe, afraid to admit when you are wrong, however pathetically obvious it is to all who have a modicum of reading comprehension.

                    • Greg,

                      There is no way to reconcile her racist statements and positions with the pieces you have cherry picked. They can’t be explained EXCEPT by admitting she was a racist and that she was running a PR campaign to dupe people…like you. Aren’t you always claiming I need to present things in context? So why are you trying so hard to present a false context now?

                      Tell me, Greg, what racial make up are the majority of the communities where you find Planned Parenthood centers? And how many blacks have been killed by the abortions PP performs every year? And do you know the percentage break-down of those abortions as compared to the other racial groups in this nation? Look into it and you’ll find that PP is working as designed.

                      I’m no coward, Greg. YOU ARE! You have been repeatedly presented with the truth about a great many issues and you refuse to accept it. You stand on the wrong side of most issues, and straddle the line on those few where you do have a point. But, in the end, the coward is you — because you refuse to face and accept objective reality.

                    • you are the guy who cannot handle the context! You fool no one, you made up your mind long ago. When you 1st started the character assassination, I had no stake in Sanger’s positions, I looked with an open mind. What I see is that you hate her organization, so you hate her. Thus lying is okay, just another weapon to use, I guess is your mindset.

                    • Greg,

                      What you are doing is redefining the meaning of racism to fit a position that excuses Sanger — and affirms your claims. You can’t do that and expect anyone to believe you when the reality is in opposition to you. For one thing, it’s fallacious reasoning. For another, it simply does not reflect reality.

                      Was Sanger a racist on the lines of Wilson? No. But did she work closely with other well known and out-spoken racists? YES! And did she make statements that could lead one to wonder whether or not she was or harbored racial biases? YES! Was she a eugenicist? HELL YES! And did she make statements that connected people who opposed her personal views to “inferior genes?” Again, HELL YES! Ask the Catholics how vicious she got. And what racial group has born the brunt of her ire since its inception? BLACKS!

                      And then there is a matter of her personal history.

                      Connect all the dots and YOU HAVE A RACIST!

                      It is that simple, Greg.

                • Yeah Greg, he did, and you’ve called him much worse, now haven’t you?

                  But in light of recent discussions about how nice it was not to go to those levels ….

                  Remember when I asked … “How long will it last?”

                  About that long.

        • The True History of the Democrat Party and the Republican party is there for the reading outside of any commentary.

          But…The Democrat / Progressive party counts on inbred racism and victimhood to perpetuate their ranks. Malicious posts like Mal-faces’ are the “trick of the Trade” for the Socialists….because they know their supporters WON’T read or research….instead they will repeat Racist hate-speech like Mal-Fumies post.

          Two of the pillars that the GOP was Founded on were the Vote for Women and Freeing of the slaves……..and of course the Democrat Party was fighting them tooth and nail.

          In short the one of the MAIN reasons Blacks and Hispanics avoid the GOP is because of Propaganda at School, the PRESS, and Hollywood lies…………and people like Malfarts, who lives to perpetuate lies and hate….because it serves to substantiate his life as a Taker rather than a Producer…..which is ultimately because he knows he can’t compete in the Big Bad World. So he looks for “Equalizers”…..Phoney Philosophy, Public Language and Laws designed to ridicule and ultimately to separate others from their rights and Property to benefit him.

          One of the old terms for this was….a Scoundral.

  3. Greg, the Democrat Party is the party of slavery, secession, segregation and now socialism. They are very diligently always trying to rework the unworkable and trying to recast their ideology into some new mold by calling it new names… modifying it, softening it, making it acceptable. Whether it was Progressives’ love for Woodrow Wilson (who segregated the military), Progressive admiration for Mussolini’ fascism in the 1920’s, or the race baiting performed by this administration which dates back to the campaign of racism against Hillary Clinton … these are all indicators of the inherent rot of the movement.

    You are bright enough not to get caught up in the confusion of the title swapping.

  4. “Why Do Minorities ALWAYS Miss and/or Ignore the Racism in the Democrat Party?”

    In light of the revelations above, I am not sure this title can correctly encompass the body of the post, and the topic discussion that followed.

    Too many Hispanics, and Black personalities throughout this nation’s history have chosen not to side with the Democrats.

  5. Greg usually has a problem with the truth. Typically, he will hit on a partial truth, then assert it as the whole truth. And, if confronted with the truth, he will claim his opposition is using half-truths and out of context information. This is the case with Greg’s position on Sanger.

    Here is a good start for anyone interested in the truth of the issue:

    Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood:
    The Eugenics Connection

    Read it carefully and you’ll find that I have been stating a factual position regarding Sanger. If you understand that the American eugenicists considered most minorities to be “un-fit,” the connection — and my case — will be all the stronger.

  6. Well said Joe & Augger. I’m going to try and be polite on your blog, so will just ignore the Marxist. Wish we could do that with the Marxist in the WH but he’s too dangerous.

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