Tensions linger between Biden and Obama camps throughout 2020 primary campaign

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  1. superbadbrutha

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    After they elected a black man, twice. Republicans talk about it, Democrats be about it. Funny how repubs always claim they would've voted for this black man or that black man yet they never do.


    Why?

    More than republicans.

    We see through the Republican one as well.
    Idk ask a white man.
     
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    You can all whatever you want to, right wingers are always telling us about somebody black they would vote for and they never do.
     
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    Dispondent Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    That's not always an option, as in many cases the only time that is available is the presidential elections and most candidates are either gone before my state's primary or sooner. Locally, there just aren't a lot of black conservatives in my area/state. Either way, I still wouldn't vote based on skin color, that's just so racist...
     
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    Maybe they learned their lesson or they couldn't find another mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking again. But they got an old white guy exactly the type you are attacking Republicans. The hypocracy.


    To educate yourself


    What have they done for you more than the Republicans? What have they done for you at all?

    While the best economy in history for blacks slapped you in the face?

    I'm asking you, you claim there are reasons for blacks to vote for Democrats, even though you can't name them, why should whites?
     
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    So why do you keep saying, "Oh I would have voted for Herman Cain", if that is the case he would have been the nominee. Right wingers didn't vote for him.
     
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    Right, like you right wingers claimed you would have voted for Herman Cain if he would have been the nominee. He wasn't the nominee because you didn't vote for him. Duh.



    That's you problem, you think you are.

    Really and you ask that with a straight face.

    Civil rights, voting rights, housing, employment, education, awarded $1.2 Billion To Black Farmers, etc., the Democrats have made huge strides for a fairer, non racial America.

    Which started under Pres. Obama and Trump just didn't screw up, yet. Besides that black folks still make less than whites and still have much higher unemployment rates than whites. You can never tell me specifically what Trump did to make all these great days for black folks.

    I never claimed Democrats were the be all end all, but I will say in the last 50yrs they have definitely been more pro active to black folks than republicans have.
     
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    Dispondent Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    It was the liberal press that ended Cain's aspirations. Their slanderous attacks on his character simply made other options more attractive. He was off the ballot by the time my state had its primary. I would gladly have chosen Cain over cardboard Mitt. I think what you fail to understand, is race is very unimportant, its about how conservative they are...
     
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    No it was folks like Newt Gingrich that ended Cain's aspirations, you claim you would have voted for Cain. What stopped you and every other republican/right winger? We know what it was don't we.
     
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    Pretty much the same thing, by the time my state has its primary its down to the nominee. I was a huge Keyes supporter a few years ago, but never had a chance to cast my vote for him. I think you fail to understand the way conservatives think. Black, white, or purple, we will vote for a conservative over a liberal, EVERY time. Its your side that gets so caught up on skin color and ethnicity...
     
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    No I understand EXACTLY how conservatives think.
     
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    Such arrogance :D
     

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