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Message 31 of 35 (723448)
04-01-2014 3:19 PM
Reply to: Message 29 by New Cat's Eye
04-01-2014 3:15 PM


Re: xenophobic
I don't care about unions.
I do. As unions have lost power, middle class income has followed. This is the issue I am pointing to.
You were talking about the cost of education and how the conservatives rigged the system so that education would cost too much for poor people. I was looking to find the legislation that did that.
That legislation is state and federal budgets.

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mram10
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Message 32 of 35 (734160)
07-26-2014 11:35 AM
Reply to: Message 13 by ringo
03-31-2014 12:31 PM


Re: xenophobic
Zombie Ringo says:
That's because white guys are the ones who are out of place.
Great example of racism!
Is looking at the demographics for welfare, etc racist? Is bringing up the fatherless demographics in the country racist, unless it is the whites in the lead? Amazing how so many on here are brainwashed and think they can look at anything without bias. Wake up! The democrats always scream racism.

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Message 33 of 35 (734164)
07-26-2014 12:12 PM
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07-26-2014 11:35 AM


Re: xenophobic
mram10 writes:
Is looking at the demographics for welfare, etc racist? Is bringing up the fatherless demographics in the country racist, unless it is the whites in the lead?
It depends on why you're looking up the demographics.
mram10 writes:
The democrats always scream racism.
Since racism has been the status quo throughout most of history, I think it's better to be over-sensitive to it rather than under-sensitive.

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Message 34 of 35 (734168)
07-26-2014 12:37 PM
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07-26-2014 12:12 PM


Re: xenophobic
mram10 writes:
Is looking at the demographics for welfare, etc racist? Is bringing up the fatherless demographics in the country racist, unless it is the whites in the lead?
"It depends on why you're looking up the demographics."
Really? How does one's motives, good or bad, effect the demographics? Is Bill Cosby less/more racist for bringing up the fatherless rate among young blacks? What if Paul Ryan brought up these same demographics?
Should we ignore how the rap culture is damaging, or because it is primarily blacks involved, ignore it to avoid a "racist" allegations?

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Message 35 of 35 (734170)
07-26-2014 12:52 PM
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07-26-2014 12:37 PM


Re: xenophobic
mram10 writes:
How does one's motives, good or bad, effect the demographics?
It effects how you use them.
mram10 writes:
Is Bill Cosby less/more racist for bringing up the fatherless rate among young blacks? What if Paul Ryan brought up these same demographics?
Is Bill Cosby bringing it up to underline the idea that there should be more opportunities for black men? Is Paul Ryan bringing it up to underline the idea that black men are irresponsible?
mram10 writes:
Should we ignore how the rap culture is damaging, or because it is primarily blacks involved, ignore it to avoid a "racist" allegations?
We should not conclude that it is damaging without proper evidence.

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