- Feb 19, 2019
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You guys always try turning to proportion in order to lie. By numbee in both houses, more democrats voted for the civil rights act than republicans. The democrats did not nominate for president someone who opposed civil rights. A presidential nomination is a very important matter. Racism lives in your heart you ignorant raxist pos.
Is that something like more whites commit crime than blacks because there are far more white people IM2?
Here you go.....
The Democratic supermajority in the Senate split their vote 46 (69%) for and 21 (31%) against. The Republicans, on the other hand, split their vote 27 for (82%) and 6 against (18%).
The House voted 290 to 130 in favor. Democrats split their vote 152 (61%) to 96 (39%) while Republicans split theirs 138 (80%) to 34 (20%).
Clearly, the 1964 Civil Rights Act could not have been passed without the leadership of Republicans such as Everett Dirksen and the votes of Republicans.