White Republicans always talk about inner cities, but never talk about Appalachia. Why?

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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?
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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?
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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?
Probably because you never left the Chicago area in your life.

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Except when I grew up in Missouri, California, Virginia, North Carolina and lived in Salt Lake City Utah and New Orleans and three years in Germany when I joined the service. Other than that I’ve lived in Chicago all my life.
just goes to prove...

you can take the boy out of Chicago, but you can't take Chicago out of the boy
 
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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?
Probably because you never left the Chicago area in your life.

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If Appalachia is such a wonderful place, then why do they have all that opioid addiction?
 
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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?
Probably because you never left the Chicago area in your life.

View attachment 278459
Except when I grew up in Missouri, California, Virginia, North Carolina and lived in Salt Lake City Utah and New Orleans and three years in Germany when I joined the service. Other than that I’ve lived in Chicago all my life.
just goes to prove...

you can take the boy out of Chicago, but you can't take Chicago out of the boy
One of the safest and most beautiful cities in the world. Thank you.
 
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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?
Are you involved in any organizations?
Yes.
 

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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?
Probably because you never left the Chicago area in your life.

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If Appalachia is such a wonderful place, then why do they have all that opioid addiction?
You show those photos freely. Show the real photos of the blue city inner ghettos. We need to improve things for all. But having the most kissed azzing nation in the history of the world from one group to another does not improve thigs without people trying to get out of their situations. What we have done is made more and more get into the situations. And many of them with vengeance and vendettas in the pit of their stomachs passing it on to the next generation. And I believe it is the final solution and we will all pay for it. The good news is a few decades or a century after the worst happens the yearnings of freedom will sprout from the devastation again.
 

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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?
Probably because you never left the Chicago area in your life.

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Except when I grew up in Missouri, California, Virginia, North Carolina and lived in Salt Lake City Utah and New Orleans and three years in Germany when I joined the service. Other than that I’ve lived in Chicago all my life.

So you lived in North Carolina in the 1970's huh? Before the Republicans took over..


Check..


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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?
Probably because you never left the Chicago area in your life.

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If Appalachia is such a wonderful place, then why do they have all that opioid addiction?

One random picture?

And next door..

Michael Jordan buys a mansion in North Carolina




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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?
Are you involved in any organizations?
Yes.
Why are you wasting your time here?
 

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The thing that has always driven liberals crazy is that they were never able to herd people in Appalachia onto their welfare plantations like they did to people in the inner cities. Those people in Appalachia that R-Derp loves to denigrate didn't want handouts...they're fiercely proud. All they've ever asked for was a job. Liberals want to take away mining...which means for thousands of Appalachians...the loss of the only good paying job that was available to them! Then R-Derp can't understand why those regions now vote for Republicans instead of Democrats!
 

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Please stop pretending you give the slightest of fucks about my region and its people. We are nothing more than a tool for your retarded political games.
You’re not talking to Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham. Because if anybody is screwing over their GOP base it’s them.
I have relatives living in Virginia and South Carolina.
Thank God for me because they will never vote GOP after the information I turned them on to.
Just saw the results from SC do over election. Looks like your relatives changed their minds. d03 d09 both Elected Republicans for Congress. You can buy another box of Kleenex for November 2020! Ass bag!
 
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Please stop pretending you give the slightest of fucks about my region and its people. We are nothing more than a tool for your retarded political games.
From what I've read West Virginia is turning things around. Or was...old article but it's interesting it states they overturned 83 years of democrat control.

Maybe Derp should dig a tad deeper to see what ails Appalachia instead of screaming the same old shit "REPUBLICANS!!!!"

West Virginia is great again, and Trump is to thank
That’s an opinion. In fact it’s not even a good opinion, it’s more of a wish.
What is it you think Trump has done for those people?

:popcorn: this should be good.
The truth of the matter is I could explain it to you, Derp but you're entirely too fucking stupid to grasp it.

Sadly numerous people have told you this for years but you keep posting your daily "republicans are bad" BS.
You could explain it but you won’t? Do you have any idea how fucking lame that is? Apparently not.
 

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White Republicans always talk about inner cities, but never talk about Appalachia. Why?
Another pointless thread from deanrd about Appalachia. You're obsessed. Why?

You're so obsessed that I'd bet you squeal like a pig and peg yourself while watching Deliverance.
 

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