Black People Politics : 4 Reasons Why No Sane Black Voter Should Be Voting for Ben Carson

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  1. Liberty

    Liberty going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Check the latest polls and see neurosurgeon-turned-wannabe-president Ben Carson surf on a sudden wave of black support. Not that black people are voting anytime soon in the Republican primary.


    But as Theodore R. Johnson III aptly
    points out on The Root, Carson’s black ratings look better in fictional, general-election matchups than those of his fellow GOP contenders: from a 19 percent black voting bloc against Democrat Hillary Clinton in a recent Quinnipiac poll to a 32 percent combined-minority vote for Carson vs. Clinton in a McClatchy poll. YouGov actually gives him (pdf) a 42 percent “very favorable and somewhat favorable” nod from African Americans, including 23 percent who prefer him as the GOP nominee.

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    http://www.theroot.com/articles/pol...oter_should_not_be_voting_for_ben_carson.html
     
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    4 reasons? 3 more than we really need lol
     
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  3. Liberty

    Liberty going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Move over. I am riding with you. But, we still have some Republicans on this site nevertheless.
     
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    Doesn't matter. Denial is a great comforter.

    Many can spot a lame duck a mile away.

    I cringe at this. This equates (to me) like giving food and water to stuffed animals in the house lol
     
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    Great news!

    Thanks for sharing.
     
  7. Liberty

    Liberty going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Great analogy. I feel insulted that they think they can convert us. I know BP who are in the income bracket that would benefit from Rethuglican policies, but they have too much dignity to sell their own brethren and sistren out.

    Off topic: Did you know Mike Tyson is supporting Trump now? I'll give him a pass though, he was always out there, he's probably punch drunk, he's broke, and Trump promoted one of his biggest fights before.
     
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    i don't consider anything off topic unless it's a blatant misdirect. Mike tyson knows a performer when he sees one.

    Anyway I don't care who is in the white house our rent/mortgage will still be high, food will still be high, the poison in the toxic amerikkkan diet will not be going away. I don't even know why we hold elections. The federal reserve banking is the true ruler of amerikkka. No i haven't lived in any other country but i do know we pay for the pleasure of death in this con-try.

    Every election the promise of something new is professed, yet nothing changes. Oh yes something does change, prices. If we were serious in the country we could shut this thing down. stock pile what you need for a 2 or 3 week strike or longer on everything. Then you'll see real change. case and point those 1960's boycotts got peoples attention right?

    Ultimately though we cannot evolve until we rid ourselves of this debt based inflation laden ponzi scheme called a banking system.

    How? Well it's more of us then them. That's the start. People advancing with a purpose.

    No i'm not crazy, I realize it's unrealistic, i'm just saying.

    What other species you know profits from death?
     
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    :11100:i have seen much change in my lifetime.......just sayin
     
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    I would never doubt you.

    I'm just saying we are still battling.

    Didn't you get your pocket picked?
     
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