Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by koshergrl, Jul 31, 2012.
Yeah, 3000 pastors represent a LOT of people.
If you add a loss of some of the black vote, the independents going republican, some disenfranchised Democrats and unenthusiastic youth vote, we are looking at a very very tight race. Nothing could be taken for granted at this point.
Sure they do....why, 3000 people can make or break a presidential election in a country of 300 million.
Got nothing to with party, they voted for him because of the color of his skin.
Perhaps he'll get 90% of blacks who end up voting.
But I'm guessing a ton of those who voted race in '08 will likely be doing what they've done in all prior presidential elections...they'll be sitting at home.
Don't kid yourself, it's because of the Color of his Skin.
when Whites vote for someone because they are white, it's Racism.
When Blacks do it, it's what the Left Calls Justice.
You are probably right, 90% of those who vote will probably still vote for Obama, but issues like this will mean Far less Blacks will come out to Vote at all.
I would bank on significantly less than 90% of Black americans to vote for Obama for the following reasons:
1) Most blacks (Sadly most americans) don't vote at all. We only count who gets what percent of those who actually do vote.
2) There are going to be significantly less black voters turning out this year.
No. Its still racist, but the Right pretends its some sort of leftist conspiracy to get the minorities to take down the white man.
But like I said, assuming the black vote is a single block instead of divided by economic, religious and political difference, is racist in and of itself.
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