White Republicans always talk about inner cities, but never talk about Appalachia. Why? White Republicans insist that they’re very concerned for African-Americans in inner-city communities. At the same time, if you point out the poverty in Appalachia, they’ll say that’s because there’s African Americans living in Appalachia. So they’re concerned about black Americans in poverty in inner cities but not about black Americans in poverty in Appalachia? How does that make sense? Then you look at Kentucky which is close to 90% white and West Virginia which is almost 94% white and they have five of the 10 poorest counties in the country. So what exactly is the republican message? They ask why help people in poverty when they’ll still be poverty. You could extend that to why help people with cancer when they’ll still be cancer. Imagine how much MORE poverty there would be if the Democrats refused to help anybody? Wouldn’t blue states look like red states? In fact, shouldn’t Democrats be going in the red states and asking them what has being a Republican done to help you And your family?? Are Democrats missing a golden opportunity?