I think we've exhausted this subject and we won't agree, so have a good evening and thanks for the discussion.Lol, I didn't focus on anything. You brought up the Senate and I discussed it. That you continue to avoid the fact that Democrats have elected most black politicians (Senators included), so you can ask a version of "Why haven't they elected more?!" Shows you either don't actually understand the intricacies of the US' political system, or you're choosing to not understand them so you can play an absurd game of "gotcha". Anyway you want to play this game, the end result is the same. Democrats have picked many Representatives, a handful of Senators and Republicans with about a dozen black congressmen in a century. As the odds stand, blacks are more likely to put blacks in Congress by going Democrat than by going Republican.
All debaters be advised, we have a non sequitur in progress. The poster is ignoring that a Democrat's race is not the only factor in voting. Candidates are chosen based on ability to win, money, local ties, etc. Democrats wouldn't be representing me simply by picking a black guy because he's black.
Lmao, blacks will be nominated by Republicans once blacks start voting for Republicans? Your statements are getting really weird. You're implying two things. The first is that white Republicans won't put up black candidates unless blacks vote for them. The second is that White Republicans are mostly incapable of putting up black candidates that their base will vote for. Your defense of Republicans on this issue seems extremely weird. Democrats have appealed to blacks, they've put black candidates and gotten black congressmen elected. Republicans have failed to appeal to blacks, and yet they can't get many blacks elected based on values alone.