#1 Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by Eglman 19.05.2014 16:15

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You’d never know it listening to the left drone on endlessly about it.



http://www.gallup.com/poll/169289/jobs-g...p-problems.aspx

#2 RE: Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by Cincinnatus 19.05.2014 16:24

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That Americans are NOT consumed with concerns about racism proves they are racist.

#3 RE: Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by conservgramma 20.05.2014 09:12

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I must be in the 3% then because I see it as a problem.

Its a problem because the racists are in the white house and they are controlling the DOJ.

#4 RE: Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by Rufus T Firefly 20.05.2014 10:05

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Quote: conservgramma wrote in post #3
I must be in the 3% then because I see it as a problem.

Its a problem because the racists are in the white house and they are controlling the DOJ.

Hey - whatever works to keep the brain-dead base stirred up is "good" - eh?

That's the way Zero the First and Eric the Red look at it, anyway.

#5 RE: Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by Cincinnatus 20.05.2014 14:34

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Hey - whatever works to keep the brain-dead base stirred up is "good" - eh?

Yep, it's an excellent diversionary tactic, plays into the feelings of persecution of the Dem's most reliable support group, and can be raised anytime (a lawsuit, a speech) when the President is in trouble, which is pretty much all the time lately.

#6 RE: Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by Rev 20.05.2014 20:10

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Obviously you folks are in need of sensitivity training.

Have you no sympathy for the perpetually aggrieved who would have no relevance if it were not for ginned up racism in this country?

Would you want the likes of the reverends Jackson and Sharpton et. al., whose careers and bankrolls were built on this sham, to lose their livelihood?

Racism is around every corner and under every rock. You have been blinded by working hard and making a living for your families and treating others, no matter their race, as you wish to be treated, that is your problem.

#7 RE: Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by ThirstyMan 20.05.2014 20:48

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Quote: Rev wrote in post #6
Obviously you folks are in need of sensitivity training.

Have you no sympathy for the perpetually aggrieved who would have no relevance if it were not for ginned up racism in this country?

Would you want the likes of the reverends Jackson and Sharpton et. al., whose careers and bankrolls were built on this sham, to lose their livelihood?

Racism is around every corner and under every rock. You have been blinded by working hard and making a living for your families and treating others, no matter their race, as you wish to be treated, that is your problem.


Excellent points Rev, the consequences of a world without racism seem too steep for us to risk such a calamity.

We must rejoin our efforts to continually find it, even if it's in ever so small quantities.

I'd like to propose a toast,

To the perpetually aggrieved!




Long Live the Perpetually Aggrieved!!!

#8 RE: Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by Rev 20.05.2014 20:56

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Quote: ThirstyMan wrote in post #7
I'd like to propose a toast,

To the perpetually aggrieved!




Long Live the Perpetually Aggrieved!!!



#9 RE: Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by Rev 20.05.2014 21:01

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"Bless him, Lawd! Bless heeyum! Another soul is saved in the Church of White Guilt. Keep that money rollin' in, folks."

#10 RE: Gallup Poll Finds Just 3% of Americans Think Racism Is An Important Problem by ThirstyMan 20.05.2014 22:00

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There he is Rev, you found him.

The Rainbow Coalition Man!

Any talk of the perpetually aggrieved would be incomplete without mention of him, the crown prince of the aggrieved.

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