Posts Tagged ‘civil rights’
Whites and European-descendants are a minority in the world today. Was it racism when the Hopis got chased all over southwest US by other tribes (Navajo I was told)? Was it racism when the tribe Columbus found on Hispaniola had wiped out the tribe that had occupied the island before that? Is white slavery racism?
They say “hate crime” is worse because it targets a group. Tell you what, EVERY crime targets the entire human race.
It’s a distraction anyway. It used to be that civil rights leaders in the 1960s (I was there) complained about “token Negro” hires. They loudly protested the practice of hiring somebody over another just because they were black.
So the left-socialists turned the injury of token hirings into insult, and slapped a new label on the same thing (like Orwellian Doublespeak), and called it “affirmative action”.
Better to just treat each person as an individual.
The Iowa official caucus counters have announced a “split decision” on the results. But there is something rotten not in Denmark, but in Iowa.
We have some areas of Iowa where they still don’t have the vote tallies, people with the official numbers who disappeared and went missing. No wonder they wanted to do it all in secret.
it turns out that the Iowa caucus and the state of Iowa is the loser in this debacle, like this writer says:
There was controversy and incompetence all around. Errors were found in some precinct counts, and the results from eight precincts couldn’t be accounted for at all, prompting state officials to speculate that those numbers might have shifted the victory back to Romney. So hey agreed to call it essentially a tie, with Santorum having 29,839 votes and Romney 29,805.
And eight precincts’ numbers ARE STILL MISSING.
One source reports that seven of those missing precincts voted against Romney in 2008, favoring Huckabee:
Nobody wants to “point fingers”? Why not! This is a black eye for Iowa and for Iowans and for the whole first-in-the-nation thing.
The Propaganda Media pundits said that a Ron Paul win would make the Iowa caucus irrelevant, by which they meant that the peasants are supposed to vote the way they’re told or they’ll be ignored.
Makes you wonder how many votes Ron Paul really got…
- It’s looking like the Iowa caucus vote hacking was done but by the Republican Party bosses (trutherator.wordpress.com)
- Rick Santorum Won Iowa Caucus by 34 Votes (usamericanfreedom.com)
- Iowa Caucus Results (pinkbananaworld.com)
- Iowa caucus vote still too close to call a winner (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- How Google beat AP with Iowa caucus results (and why it matters) (usapartisan.com)
- More Bad News For Mitt Romney (thedaleygator.wordpress.com)