Why do you continually ignore the changes that occurred, mainly in the sixties where the Southern Democrats became unhappy with the party leading to a switch in the party dynamics that culminated in Nixon embracing the Southern strategy. Really it has more to do with region and culture than political parties.Originally Posted by jallman
I wouldn't be so sure about this, it might be true for the historical republican party, but I don't know about the current one. They certainly seem fine with denying people rights that by all accounts they should be given according to the Constitution.Originally Posted by thabigred
What does this have to do with racism not existing in America anymore?Originally Posted by Scarecrow Akhbar
So you're contradicting yourself here, you say racism doesn't exist in American and then list groups you consider racist that exist in America. So maybe I was wrong and your problem isn't so much being moronic as having dissociative identity disorder.The only place racism is known to still exist is the NAACP, the KKK, and the Democrat party.
Even ignoring the possibilities of racism existing in places like the justice system racism is still certainly around in individuals and groups that hold racist views like the KKK and WAR.