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    Re: NAACP Releases Statement On 2014 Elections, But No Mention Of Mia Love Or Tim Sco

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    i grabbed the first off google. Are you claiming that either A) school choice is not supported by African Americans or are you claiming B) that school choice is not opposed by the NAACP?
    I'm claiming the poll on which you based your opinion was bogus. There's a reason why Ms. Jenny White is a "former" science teacher.

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    Re: NAACP Releases Statement On 2014 Elections, But No Mention Of Mia Love Or Tim Sco

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggen View Post
    Sure. They're the kind that conservative whites feel comfortable around.
    Nice racist comment there. Why don't you just come out and call them "Uncle Toms" while you're at it.
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    Re: NAACP Releases Statement On 2014 Elections, But No Mention Of Mia Love Or Tim Sco

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggen View Post
    Well, you are right about that. Conservative whites exist for the purpose of advancing white men in politics.
    Nobody mentioned conservatives but you. I never said that. Your post is a lie.
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    Re: NAACP Releases Statement On 2014 Elections, But No Mention Of Mia Love Or Tim Sco

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggen View Post
    No, you guys are way more selective than that. You like those who actively ignore their race and further the agenda of the Far Right.


    me guys? do you see conservative under my avatar? Anyway, your position seems to be that if you are a black and not a lefist, you aren't really black and more of an uncle tom "yessir boss" blackman, as you so said.
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    Re: NAACP Releases Statement On 2014 Elections, But No Mention Of Mia Love Or Tim Sco

    Quote Originally Posted by Moot View Post
    I'm claiming the poll on which you based your opinion was bogus. There's a reason why Ms. Jenny White is a "former" science teacher.
    Well, the great thing is that if Blacks are opposed to school choice then they can take their vouchers and hand them over to the same under performing schools their kids go to today.
    Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he stops voting for the Free Fish party.

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    Re: NAACP Releases Statement On 2014 Elections, But No Mention Of Mia Love Or Tim Sco

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Ah, so they fail at being "colored people" then. Nice.
    I think only blacks can answer that question.

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    Re: NAACP Releases Statement On 2014 Elections, But No Mention Of Mia Love Or Tim Sco

    Quote Originally Posted by Moot View Post
    I think only blacks can answer that question.


    Well apparently several left wing posters here are happy to answer for them...
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    Re: NAACP Releases Statement On 2014 Elections, But No Mention Of Mia Love Or Tim Sco

    Quote Originally Posted by Moot View Post
    I'm claiming the poll on which you based your opinion was bogus. There's a reason why Ms. Jenny White is a "former" science teacher.
    So what you are arguing is against A) school choice is supported by African Americans.

    Alright. It's as easy as a Google Search:

    The demographic groups having the highest positive margins and most likely to favor school vouchers are school parents (+42 points), Southerners (+36 points), Republicans (+42 points), young voters (+44 points), low-income earners (+47 points), African Americans (+50 points), and Latinos (+47 points). Relatively speaking, the group that is the least likely to support vouchers are older Americans (+16 points).


    Question 6: Another proposal has been made to offer a tax credit for educational expenses (fees, supplies, computers, and tuition) to low- and
    moderate-income parents who send their children to public and private schools. Would you favor or oppose such a proposal?


    African Americans: (results rounded to nearest percentage)
    Somewhat or Completely Favor: 66%
    Neither Favor nor Oppose: 26%
    Somewhat or Completely Oppose: 10%


    The 2002 National Survey of Attitudes Toward School Choice conducted by CER and Zogby International in August 2002 found 72 percent of African Americans support permitting parents to use tax dollars allotted for their child ’s education in the form of a scholarship to attend a private school, as do 64 percent of Hispanics.



    etc. so on and so forth.

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    Re: NAACP Releases Statement On 2014 Elections, But No Mention Of Mia Love Or Tim Sco

    Quote Originally Posted by Moot View Post
    I think only blacks can answer that question.
    You pointed it out. You don't know why though?
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    Re: Patthetic NAACP fails to mention historic wins by Tim Scott and Mia Love.

    Quote Originally Posted by KLATTU View Post
    Well it seems logical that if your organization is named for advancing colored people- I would think they would at least acknowledge the advancement of Mia Love and Tim Scott.I mean, it's sure isn't like Mia Love reflects badly on colored people. Smart, good looking, accomplished.
    Pretty good role model I'd say.

    Unless blacks move in droves to white neighborhoods then they're not realistic role models for most blacks.
    Last edited by Moot; 11-07-14 at 03:58 PM.

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