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The White Man's Party. They haven't changed. The Democrat party just wears masks now as they do whatever they can to damage black people in America. How can anyone who tears down a statue not demand that the Democrat party gets cancelled. There is no such think as repentance in cancel society.

The Democratic Party was formed in 1792, when supporters of Thomas Jefferson began using the name Republicans, or Jeffersonian Republicans, to emphasize its anti-aristocratic policies. It adopted its present name during the Presidency of Andrew Jackson in the 1830s. In the 1840s and '50s, the party was in conflict over extending slavery to the Western territories. Southern Democrats insisted on protecting slavery in all the territories while many Northern Democrats resisted. The party split over the slavery issue in 1860 at its Presidential convention in Charleston, South Carolina.
Northern Democrats nominated Stephen Douglas as their candidate, and Southern Democrats adopted a pro-slavery platform and nominated John C. Breckinridge in an election campaign that would be won by Abraham Lincoln and the newly formed Republican Party. After the Civil War, most white Southerners opposed Radical Reconstruction and the Republican Party's support of black civil and political rights.
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The Democratic Party identified itself as the "white man's party" and demonized the Republican Party as being "Negro dominated," even though whites were in control. Determined to re-capture the South, Southern Democrats "redeemed" state after state -- sometimes peacefully, other times by fraud and violence. By 1877, when Reconstruction was officially over, the Democratic Party controlled every Southern state.
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The South remained a one-party region until the Civil Rights movement began in the 1960s. Northern Democrats, most of whom had prejudicial attitudes towards blacks, offered no challenge to the discriminatory policies of the Southern Democrats.

Then and Now: After the Civil War, the Democratic Party in the South was the party of white supremacy. Now, African Americans form the party's most loyal base of support.
One of the consequences of the Democratic victories in the South was that many Southern Congressmen and Senators were almost automatically re-elected every election. Due to the importance of seniority in the U.S. Congress, Southerners were able to control most of the committees in both houses of Congress and kill any civil rights legislation. Even though Franklin Delano Roosevelt was a Democrat, and a relatively liberal president during the 1930s and '40s, he rarely challenged the powerfully entrenched Southern bloc. When the House passed a federal anti-lynching bill several times in the 1930s, Southern senators filibustered it to death.

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You're ignorant, at best.
 

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The Democratic party really has turned into a shitshow. You all have to admit that right?
#Truth

Reps. have some goofy ass people like Trump; but policy wise they are sane.
 

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"If I repeat a lie enough, it will become truth"
So...was the Democrat party the party of segregation, the white man's party or not? It was. Remember, these statues that people are tearing down, these people are no longer sinning. So even if you think that the Democrat party has cleaned up (they haven't) they have to be "cancelled" for past sins. Otherwise you would all be massive hypocrites.

In the 60's the Democrat party had less percentage of their votes for civil rights than the Rs. 63% of Ds voted for it, 80% of Rs in the House. In the Senate 69% for the Ds, 82% for the Rs. Just so you know....
Totals (House)
All VotesDemocratsRepublicans
Yea70%

289
153
136
Nay30%

126
91
35
Present

4
2
2
Not Voting

12
7
5
unknown. unknown Required. Source: VoteView.com.

Totals (Senate)
All VotesDemocratsRepublicans
Yea73%

73
46
27
Nay27%

27
21
6
unknown. unknown Required. Source: VoteView.com.
 

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Yep that's what you are doing. You are asleep. Thanks for the honesty. You own the Dem party, including its past. You own socialism. You own Antifa. You own AOC. Those are the people that are running the show.

You are forced to reply that way because you have no answer except to admit hypocrisy- which you cannot do.
 

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Yep that's what you are doing. You are asleep. Thanks for the honesty. You own the Dem party, including its past. You own socialism. You own Antifa. You own AOC. Those are the people that are running the show.

You are forced to reply that way because you have no answer except to admit hypocrisy- which you cannot do.
Yep that's what you are doing. You are asleep. Thanks for the honesty. You own the Dem party, including its past. You own socialism. You own Antifa. You own AOC. Those are the people that are running the show.

You are forced to reply that way because you have no answer except to admit hypocrisy- which you cannot do.
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So...was the Democrat party the party of segregation, the white man's party or not? It was. Remember, these statues that people are tearing down, these people are no longer sinning. So even if you think that the Democrat party has cleaned up (they haven't) they have to be "cancelled" for past sins. Otherwise you would all be massive hypocrites.

In the 60's the Democrat party had less percentage of their votes for civil rights than the Rs. 63% of Ds voted for it, 80% of Rs in the House. In the Senate 69% for the Ds, 82% for the Rs. Just so you know....
Totals (House)
All VotesDemocratsRepublicans
Yea70%

289
153136
Nay30%

126
9135
Present

4
22
Not Voting

12
75
unknown. unknown Required. Source: VoteView.com.

Totals (Senate)
All VotesDemocratsRepublicans
Yea73%

73
4627
Nay27%

27
216
unknown. unknown Required. Source: VoteView.com.
This is such an inane post that I hate myself for responding to it but you must be really desperate to go back 56 years in history to try to make some kind of point about today. Those of us who are versed in US history know that white southerners were overwhelmingly Democratic from the time of Reconstruction until they started becoming Republicans in the sixties. That process was mostly complete by the mid-nineties. With the exception of Jimmy Carter's victory in 1976, white southerners have been voting Republican for president (or for other parties like George Wallace in 68) since they first voted for Barry Goldwater in 1964. It just took longer for the overwhelming majority of white southern politicians to become Republicans. The parties do not look like the 1964 versions today (and those differences extend beyond diversity and racial attitudes).

One thing you missed is that most of the "no" votes from outside of the south came from Republicans.
 

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As I said you cannot offer an real answer. It's a problem for you. You are forced to wallow in your own slop. Really, this could be a good discussion. What causes a purge. When is it justified? Who is the Democrat party? You just don't want to deal with it.
 

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This is such an inane post that I hate myself for responding to it but you must be really desperate to go back 56 years in history to try to make some kind of point about today. Those of us who are versed in US history know that white southerners were overwhelmingly Democratic from the time of Reconstruction until they started becoming Republicans in the sixties. That process was mostly complete by the mid-nineties. With the exception of Jimmy Carter's victory in 1976, white southerners have been voting Republican for president (or for other parties like George Wallace in 68) since they first voted for Barry Goldwater in 1964. It just took longer for the overwhelming majority of white southern politicians to become Republicans. The parties do not look like the 1964 versions today (and those differences extend beyond diversity and racial attitudes).

One thing you missed is that most of the "no" votes from outside of the south came from Republicans.
I see....so going back 56 years in history is desperate! :) LOL!!!! That's what your party is doing on a daily basis NOW! What is the new name of Lake Calhoun again? Lake Desperation? Which Dems are saying "stop it" to the destruction of American history?
 

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This is such an inane post that I hate myself for responding to it but you must be really desperate to go back 56 years in history to try to make some kind of point about today. Those of us who are versed in US history know that white southerners were overwhelmingly Democratic from the time of Reconstruction until they started becoming Republicans in the sixties. That process was mostly complete by the mid-nineties. With the exception of Jimmy Carter's victory in 1976, white southerners have been voting Republican for president (or for other parties like George Wallace in 68) since they first voted for Barry Goldwater in 1964. It just took longer for the overwhelming majority of white southern politicians to become Republicans. The parties do not look like the 1964 versions today (and those differences extend beyond diversity and racial attitudes).

One thing you missed is that most of the "no" votes from outside of the south came from Republicans.
the only group not held accountable for past racial injustices is the Democrat party. How convenient. They changed!
 

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the only group not held accountable for past racial injustices is the Democrat party. How convenient. They changed!
The Republican party explicitly adopted a policy of racial injustice in the 60s and no one is suggesting that the entire party be canceled

 

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I'm very glad that our humble beggar started this thread. In 2020 the two major parties in this country should really be called the Democratic Party and the White Nationalist Party (WNP). I think we should cancel the name "Republican Party" and call the party what it really is: the White Nationalist Party (WNP). The WNP is for white people, by white people and of white people.
 

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I see....so going back 56 years in history is desperate! :) LOL!!!! That's what your party is doing on a daily basis NOW! What is the new name of Lake Calhoun again? Lake Desperation? Which Dems are saying "stop it" to the destruction of American history?
As expected, you're just too dumb to see the distinction and that's why your analogies are always hopelessly flawed. You're pointing to something 56 years ago to try to make some kind of point about the parties today (Actually, I'm not sure what was the point of your post). People who are protesting those statues are saying that those people who were revered many years ago should no longer be given tribute today.

I'm not sure why this is difficult for you. Confederate history should be acknowledged but not revered. It was treason for an egregious cause and a rebellion that resulted in enormous casualties. Protesters in Germany would not be tearing down statues of famous Nazis because they don't exist.

I applaud the Mississippi legislature, especially the Republicans, who voted to change the state flag (although it appears that all "no" votes came from Republicans). The business community deserves a great deal of credit as well for advocating these changes.
 

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As expected, you're just too dumb to see the distinction and that's why your analogies are always hopelessly flawed. You're pointing to something 56 years ago to try to make some kind of point about the parties today (Actually, I'm not sure what was the point of your post). People who are protesting those statues are saying that those people who were revered many years ago should no longer be given tribute today.

I'm not sure why this is difficult for you. Confederate history should be acknowledged but not revered. It was treason for an egregious cause and a rebellion that resulted in enormous casualties. Protesters in Germany would not be tearing down statues of famous Nazis because they don't exist.

I applaud the Mississippi legislature, especially the Republicans, who voted to change the state flag (although it appears that all "no" votes came from Republicans). The business community deserves a great deal of credit as well for advocating these changes.
The Germans have a memorial at Dachau. To remember. That's how you learn. The statues are not revered necessarily they are part of history.

The Democrat party was the party of racism, the party of segregation and the party of abortion, which in part was a cause to eliminate black babies. Face it. In the 60s when civil rights became reality the Dems and LBJ, a racist himself by any measure, decided to capitalize on the opportunity to make blacks beholden to them and to attempt to erase the Dems' racist past. They have offered blacks countless entitlements, quotas and make good measures to assure them as a voting base and after 50 years where are we? Rioting in the streets because of systemic racism. Why because blacks are now committing an inordinate number of violent crimes prorata because the Dems tore the heart out of their families and their will to succeed on their own.

Entitlement replaced initiative for too many who drank the Kool Aide. The Democrat party remains the party of racism. It is the soft bigotry of low expectations. The entitlement mentality. And now the cruelest cut....the areas that need the police the most will have reduced police budgets and the money will be sent down the sewers to socialist happy talkers who will counsel them after they are robbed or shot. Crime will be rampant. Just another step in Dem racism. If you are voting Dem you are a racist.
 

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The Germans have a memorial at Dachau. To remember. That's how you learn. The statues are not revered necessarily they are part of history.

The Democrat party was the party of racism, the party of segregation and the party of abortion, which in part was a cause to eliminate black babies. Face it. In the 60s when civil rights became reality the Dems and LBJ, a racist himself by any measure, decided to capitalize on the opportunity to make blacks beholden to them and to attempt to erase the Dems' racist past. They have offered blacks countless entitlements, quotas and make good measures to assure them as a voting base and after 50 years where are we? Rioting in the streets because of systemic racism. Why because blacks are now committing an inordinate number of violent crimes prorata because the Dems tore the heart out of their families and their will to succeed on their own.

Entitlement replaced initiative for too many who drank the Kool Aide. The Democrat party remains the party of racism. It is the soft bigotry of low expectations. The entitlement mentality. And now the cruelest cut....the areas that need the police the most will have reduced police budgets and the money will be sent down the sewers to socialist happy talkers who will counsel them after they are robbed or shot. Crime will be rampant. Just another step in Dem racism. If you are voting Dem you are a racist.
 

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The response of someone who,well, can't respond without revealing his own hypocrisy or at least admitting it. You have nothing. That's a problem for you and yes, your ship sinking.
 

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They won't acknowledge that. They won't even acknowledge the "republicans" that claim the confederate monuments are "their heritage".
There is no doubt that there were Republican racists. It's just the the Democrat party was and is THE party of racism. Now it is racism with a mask.
 
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