Why are republicans such assholes
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Prior to the Civil Rights Act CRA of , major Democrat blocs came in two flavors: Dixiecrats and some Republicans associated with the Abolitionist movement Northeastern reformer-types, who we would understand as the modern Democratic Party From onward, the Northeastern branch grew dominant, adding a pro-civil rights plank to the party platform and reversing its segregationist nature. So suddenly, you have this big clump of disgruntled southerners who feel abandoned by their party whom they've been supporting for abstract reasons , and a GOP eager to snap up those votes by campaigning against the Civil Rights Act. Interestingly, prior to and shortly following the CRA, many Democratic Parties in the South, while agreeing on segregation, differed greatly on economic issues. You had radical lefists like Huey Long and arch-conservatives like John Rarick under the same tent, even within the same state in this case, Louisiana. In Tennessee, for instance, Nashville tended to send more liberal Democrats to Congress such as Estes Kefauver who were more receptive to civil rights, while outlying rural areas supported Blue Dog Democrats.
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No, Newton was an assholes then too. Now they're all in one, and driving it much farther to the right because of the lack of counter-balance. Why they're assholes? Tribalism, racism, it's sort of an innate trait - thus the constant fighting in tribal societies of the olden days, and I suppose today. You love your group and you hate the "out group".
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Why are republicans such assholes?
I wanted to start today with the official announcement of the Trump Doctrine. Honestly, we thought this was pretty obvious from the last two plus years, but this makes it official. Whenever the administration announces a policy you can assume it was following a deliberative process in which we carefully decided what an asshole would do and then chose that.
In General Views I just find regrets by white voters for Trump doing precisely what he said he would do on ethnic cleansing infuriating. Then came the July arrest of Mario Rodriguez by U. Rodriguez, whose visa had expired, had lived in the area for more than a dozen years. He had worked in bilingual education and periodically tipped police to trouble spots. But Rodriguez?