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Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by Insp4, Apr 27, 2019.
Agreed......look at some of the hobo dems in the black caucus these days, wouldn't surprise me if they would follow the same path as before on some self righteous BS positions that would doom passage.
So we could count Georgia, both Carolinas, Virginia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi all among the "let's give them their rights" group? I mean...since the 70's they have pretty much belonged to the GOP. And back then, we had a Democratic president who knew how to "cajole" to get a vote. Today's GOP president would come up with some clever nickname like "Nervous Nancy" in an attempt to intimidate them to change their vote.
maybe in leftist fantasy world. In reality.......... not so much.
My reality defeats your reality...
Like worshiping the gold-plated Trump?
Look at the influx by many seeking jobs in 'right to work' states? The old boy thing about the 'Neggras' is history.
Um...don't look now, but you the guy you elected president broke the second one on the second tablet. You know...the seventh one. He did that at least 4 times.
The south turned red long before "right to work" became an issue. And...how many of those people quit their jobs and moved their because of right to work laws. I mean...Exxon moved there headquarters from highly liberal NYC to Irving Texas. I'm pretty sure they told some that "if you want a job, you have a "right to work" your old one..just move. Did they also require them to turn Republican?
Or what about airline guys who saw their jobs cut in Pittsburgh but used their seniority to bump another employee in Houston? Did they move there because of right to work laws?
I still maintain that if the CRA of 1964 were held with TODAY'S Republicans, those same states would still be the block...the only thing being different is that it WOULDN'T pass because in 1964, presidents cajoled and convinced. Because today we are "all or nothing" and the Republicans who would try to pass it would whine that "we don't have 60 votes"...from THEIR side.
Another example of leftist fantasy world at work. Lol.
Started soon after the civil war and has continued for decades.
Started during the civil war, took a break from about 1900 thru 1965. Then...the racist southern democrats must have moved.
Many nawthanuh's went south seeking work during the reconstruction. Many were the 'Good Guys' and stayed. Your Dixiecrats slowly disappeared over time. Racism didn't.