I canot help think that when the Republicans as a group block most bills that are generally good for the majority of people, that it must be racism, then exhibited by or coerced from the Republican Party. I would think that the Republicans themselves would say, I am not racist. They do not realize that by submitting to the undercover "say no to Obama no matter what" Rep leadership, I would say they are racist even if they can not admit to their actions.

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John Prester 5 years 27 weeks ago
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Of course it is Racism. It is not possible that Republicans could actually have honest yet different ideas on what they think is best for the country. Deep down Deb they think exactly like you do. Don't worry about it, there are no contrary positions, Republicans just deny their true liberal nature because they are just evil and racist. If they could they would grind downthe bones of the poor to make their bread.

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