We´re being told by Democrats that Republicans have a white-male problem. But what about Democrats´ white-male problem? Think about it: What about the Democratic Party´s extraordinary loss of white males? It was white males who built the Democratic Party, and built America, and stormed the beaches of Normandy, and defeated Hitler, and much more. I´m a white male. Many of us are actually decent people. My Christian white-male ancestors fought for the north in the Civil War and freed black Americans from slavery. A lot of them died for that. I´m proud of what they did. Why make fun of us?
The dems don´t need white males,they´ve imported enough of other type voters to win. White males are actually in the dems cross hairs because they blame them for all the world´s ills and are tired of them being in charge,unless of course you´re a liberal white male.
They got rid of white males in Africa and they´ve gone to hell since but who cares,they´re powerless.The UN can pick up the slack with world carbon taxes.
Obamacare and higher taxes on the rich are two components to bring white males to their knees. Practically everyone else gets an Obamacare carve out,although some white women will get caught in the crossfire.
Social justice elements are targeted at white males to pay for.
Bingo, #1. Democrats have seen the handwriting on the wall that tells us that white males are an engangered species, married faithful, religious women are anachronistic, over-45´s didn´t lose by much, and evangelicals are crazy in their eyes.
If the Democrats can win with what they´ve got and by stealing what they don´t have, why bother with white males?
As far as I am concerned, there is no longer a democrat party. They died long ago the moment they embraced Alinsky tactics and became progressive liberals. Zel Miller was the last of the actual democrats. Remember when Bush made a comment about ´the liberals in Congress´? That truth made Teddy K. and JFK scream like the howler monkeys they are.
They are just too cowardly to admit the truth of the demise of their political party.
Some writers continue to tout Hillary for president in 2016. Who wants an old crabby white woman former attorney who will be nearly 70 years old at the start to be president?
Maybe our problem is also old white females. Let´s see. The fastest growing ethnic group in the U.S. are Asians, followed by Hispanic/Latinos. Blacks/African Americans make up 12% or our population, but are on the decline. With all the abortions Obama wants to occur, they will soon be under 10% and will have less and less influence.
A lot of those old white guys still run businesses, employ lots of people and pay taxes out the wazoo. So you don´t want to get rid of them too soon.
Let´s be precise here. It´s white, heterosexual, conservative males (WHCMs) who are in the middle of their cultural bullseye. We´re the new, approved 4 letter N-word. If you´re liberal or gay, you´re good to go.
That´s why I´m thinking of starting the NAAWHCM and creating a United White Guy College Fund. So all little WHCMs can someday be proud of their pale pigment and get scholarships to enroll in White Study programs. And if we´re still being denied our rights by butch HHS directors or Code Pink ladies redundantly dressed up in large vagina costumes, why we might even dress us as large penises and ram them repeatedly in seminal protests.
#3, PLEASE stop calling them liberals. From the words of Kevin over at Hillbuzz, every time you call them "liberals" is like writing them a 5 dollar check to help their PR and like calling cockroaches hug-a-bugs. Call them what they are! Progressive leftist extremists and communists.
Actually it´s the media with the white male problem. As a white woman formerly married to a white man, have white sons, working with, and socializing with white men, I am sick to death of the portrayal of white men in the media. Almost without exception they are portrayed as fools and dolts, needing correction and guidance by their wives and girlfriends, children, and the minority du jour. If a white male has a job, he can only succeed with an ultra-cool, ultra-smart, minority sidekick. Don´t even get me started on the commercials. Whether PC crowd likes it or not, white men built this country, white men fought for it, including the Civil war. I am not suggesting we go back to the days of Stepin Fetchit...oh wait, we´re already there, only Stepin is now white and hetero.
The democrap leftists know the only thing the White Male is good for is footing the bills. Government takes the $$$ from the white guy gives it to the black and hispanic guys and repeats the whole cycle again and again. As Rush said ´You have a hard time beating Santa Claus´.
Call me a rich greedy bigoted homophobic uncaring selfish hateful stupid war-on-womaning white male a few more times a day and I might be more attracted to join the party of people who hate my guts and want me dead.
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