Making the Republican Party Good for Blacks and America Again

The elections are over and Republicans nationwide are licking their wounds. It appears they are seen as bad for America. The Democrats are rejuvenated, engaging in extensive reporting and mirth and gaiety regarding their victories.  This is a beautiful thing. In other countries, brothers would be killing brothers as sisters would be killing sisters as they dispute the outcome of their elections.  Not so in America--the winners get the spoil of victory and the losers maintain their Civil Rights.

 

If there is a trend where Americans are up in arms regarding the outcome of their elections, a dangerous trend that could lead to civil war will ensue. Those are the actions that take place in Third World countries, not to be modeled in this great country.

 

So as a candidate in NYC City Council election, I was given a severe and expected flogging by, my friend, the Democratic incumbent. Thus, except for one, all other NYC GOP candidates who ran lost.  NYC remains a democratic stronghold with 48 of the 51 City Council seats held by them.

The experience I gained and the pathologies I saw, that would cause the GOP to remain losing in NYC, have me chomping at the bits to take action to change the Republican losing ways here.

 

Albeit, if the chief Republican is engaged in activities that will render the GOP politically castrated for the upcoming elections and beyond, then he should get an earful from concerned Republicans across the nation.  Additionally, Republicans in Congress should not engage in group think or being Castrati to let President Trump hand the country to our friends, the Democrats.

 

That being said, all politics are local. Thus, Republicans in every hills and dales must realize that the nation’s demographic shift calls for a new paradigm, showing Republicans, like the Phoenix, rising from the flames of defeat to elevate and advance new ideas to embrace the emerging majority minorities who view us an anathema to their existence.

The gloating and prediction of defeat that the Democrats portend for us Republicans can be off put by planning. I will implement some plans that will ensure the GOP becomes a force to be reckoned with in my Queens, NYC community.

 

I am, therefore, asking anyone who wishes to help to relay the skills they can offer to make Civic Responsibility in America’s emerging majority minority community greater than before. The future of our nation and the advancement of our Democratic Ideals and way of life impinge on full participatory democracy, not identity politics.

 

As for my Black brothers and sisters who believe they are born to vote Democrats, be aware that President Trump won with the help of Democrats. The Black democratic leaders opposed President Obama when he first launched his campaign; Malcolm X questioned the wisdom of Blacks who continually put a party first that puts them last. It was the Republicans who freed the enslaved Blacks, making their democratic brothers and sister mad with them from that time.

Comments

Tubularsock Added Nov 12, 2017 - 4:27pm
Dr. Green, true Malcolm X did question the wisdom of Blacks who continually put a party first that puts them last. But get real!
 
Malcolm X DID NOT support the Republicans for Christ sake!
His view was clear:
 
 “The difference between the Democrats and the Republicans is the Republicans will stick a 12-inch knife in your back, then the Democrats will come along and pull it out 3 inches. I don’t call [that] making progress.” --- Malcolm X
 
 
 
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 12, 2017 - 4:43pm
Dr. Green with this, "The elections are over and Republicans nationwide are licking their wounds." I assume your talking about Virginia, New Jersey and "Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says he can "smell a wave coming." "  Well republicans never expected to win these Democratic states.  Virginia twenty years ago like California were republican states but the influx of immigrants and for Virginia the growth of the DC metro area into Virginia turned them Democratic.  New Jersey has been Democratic for decades and the only Republicans that do win are as liberal as the Democrats.  
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 12, 2017 - 4:50pm
Tubularsock, actually when one thinks about that Malcolm X said he has it wrong. The Democrats stick the knife in 12 inches and the Republicans only draw in out 3 inches.   The effect is that the bleed out is actually worse since the knife stopped some of the bleeding.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 12, 2017 - 5:26pm
@Tubular. Sometimes a little knowledge is not as dangerous as the whole truth. You go to the ignorant who holds that the wold is flat and start to explain venturing beyond the shores. Plato's Analogy of the Cave is informative.  I gather you have no compunction with my revelation about Republicans freeing the enslaved and Democrats getting mad.  Ps. that three inch pull could save a live. With the knife that deeply in, a breath could cause death. 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 12, 2017 - 5:29pm
@Thomas. There are also local races where Republicans lost seats. Is it not frightening and dangerous to have all those immigrants coming in and becoming Democrats? When that occurs, we will have a democratic dictatorship. Democrats will be voted in all times.
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 12, 2017 - 6:00pm
I live in Illinois near Chicago so I know of a lot of republicans that loose and for the same reason they loose near New York City.   National news and you started out with Republicans are taking a licking.  Hillary Clinton took a licking because they projected her to win for months.  Demographics did not favor the Republican candidates in Virginia and New Jersey is the simple facts  immigrants are just part of demographics.  
 
Since we are on the subject of Republican's loosing here is McConnells list: O’Donnell (Delaware) and Angle (Nevada), U.S. Senate nominees who lost in 2010, and Akin (Missouri) and Mourdock (Indiana), nominees who lost in 2012.  Why did he pick those particular losers considering that  about half the senators are Democrat so their opponents lost.  The odds are 1:1413720 for just Mitch.  They grow when one finds out these same people are pointed to by:::   Brad Brannon, S. News 11/15,2012; Chris Cillizza, Washington Post 1/28/2013; David Weigel, State 2/4/2013; John Whitesides, Reuters 7/18/2013; James Hohmann, Politico 11/27/2013; Andrew Taylor, Associated Press 12/12/2013; Leigh Ann Caldwell, CNN 3/20/2014; Ross Douthat, New York Times blog 4/23/2014; Aaron Blake, Washington Post 9/27/2017. 
 
So who are these infamous men?  Well they all beat in the primary a sitting GOP senator that obviously had more money but did such a poor job to not even appeal to Republicans.  They also tainted any GOP in the general election. 
 
Mitch McConnell did not open his pocket book to support their campaigns.   Basically if any of them won it would be an upset.   
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 12, 2017 - 6:11pm
Want to make America good for blacks or I say anybody then they needed to have a purpose in live which usually means a job and a family.   That means more black men, since that is Dr Greens focus, are present for their children and the women that raise them.   Boys need to learn responsibility from men since boys think differently then girls.  And a man taking responsibility in the house hold, working and being responsible for the child is passed by example.   
 
I know Dr Green knows this, but he seems to not talk about it here on WB.  It doesn't happen unless you are willing to do it and stand by it in word and deed.  And standing by it is also addressing anything the gets in the way.  There are not sacred cows.
Tubularsock Added Nov 12, 2017 - 6:27pm
It is interesting to Tubularsock that you wish to use Malcolm X as a symbol but not listen to his own words.
 
That is called manipulation! If you are going to use Malcolm X pay attention to what he was attempting to communicate not shift it around to meet your needs.
 
"We, the Black masses, don't want these leaders who seek our support coming to us representing a certain political party. They must come to us today as Black Leaders representing the welfare of Black people. We won't follow any leader today who comes on the basis of political party. Both parties (Democrat and Republican) are controlled by the same people who have abused our rights, and who have deceived us with false promises every time an election rolls around."
- - Malcolm X
 
It may be better, Dr Green to find some good old “uncle-tom” and use his words. Would work a lot better. Malcolm X was not deceived by the bull shit!
 
As for freeing the slaves ............ better look into the reasons and it ain’t out of respect for the Black Man! Get real!
 
It appears to Tubularsock it is you that are looking at the shadows in the cave. TURN AROUND and wake up!
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 12, 2017 - 7:09pm
@ Thomas. "I know Dr Green knows this, but he seems to not talk about it here on WB.  It doesn't happen unless you are willing to do it and stand by it in word and deed.  And standing by it is also addressing anything the gets in the way.  There are not sacred cows."
 
I am a man of action. You still harp on the irresponsibility of Blackmen without a root cause understanding of how it was purposely done and encouraged by our government. It is as though your intent is passive denunciation and advocacy that they are lazy and need to pull themselves up by their bootstraps and stop being welfare queens who depend on the government. That is old story. The gov is not advancing those code words again. It understands the demographic shift and the urgency to educate the new majority minority.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 12, 2017 - 7:22pm
OK Tubularsock. My historical pedigree of advocacy and actions for the advancement of education to uplift  Black and Brown children is well established and known in NYC.  However, not all truth can be handled if made known, and in the buck dancing and shuck and jive of those of old who would be considered Toms are advanced knowledge on how to uplift Blacks without a Blacklash and backlashes. It is easy to jump on the train of name calling, but is darn hard to get the train of correction moving.
 
Nice on the Cave response. You might have surmised that the character who escaped the cave and saw what was the source behind the shadows in the cave went back to his doom trying to convince the cave dwellers of his enlightenment. Not all truths can be handled.  
Dino Manalis Added Nov 12, 2017 - 7:25pm
Both political parties have to call for pro-growth policies that expand economic opportunities for all of us!
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 12, 2017 - 8:41pm
Indeed Dino. I see a problem when machines are taking away the menial jobs that some people are only capable of doing.
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 12, 2017 - 9:33pm
Actually Dr. Green I expect to see a revolution of blacks that vote out of office Democrats and Republicans.  The whole Chicago government should be gone as well Detroit, Baltimore for example because they have had decades to get results and all I see is decline.  How many young black men have to die and others shot by accident?  You tell me?  And if the next batch doesn't do better vote them out to. 
 
We need to stop bench legislating and tell our legislatures to impeach those judges or just close the doors of their court rooms, what a few years and if needed open a few again.  The also can clarify the law.
 
Welfare doesn't have to drive men out of the family.  Welfare can get men to be part of raising of their children.   Broken window policy of New York works  and Chicago could gain reduce the deaths a lot by employing that policy.  Their is diminishing returns so a balance point is needed.   Statistic tell us that income increase and two parent families go together.  Black Ghettos will end when people want and learn how to succeed and earn a living.  That is how immigrants that came to America uneducated and not speaking the language got out of their ghettos.
 
 
 
 
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 13, 2017 - 3:52pm
Thomas, as I have already stated, you are suggesting cures loaded with morally and racially loaded terms. The recipients in my community will see you as phony if that is your approach to helping.
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 13, 2017 - 5:04pm
So your think your community thinks Chicago Democratic government is serving the people effectively.  That is not what I get from the marchers against police brutality.  The police is an arm of the city government so they are in effect marching against the city government, those city alderman, mayor, etc. because the buck stop on them.  So firing people that let your children get killed is immoral, racial?  Are you nuts!  
 
Your trying to make the racial because that is what the have been show as effective by politicians for decades.  Not buying this crap. 
 
Explain why ending bench legislating  is racial and immoral.
 
Explain why Welfare should get men to be part of raising of their children is races and immoral where single parent households as the result of the present welfare policies is not?
 
Explain why Broken window policy of New York that has proven reduced illegal guns in the hand of petty criminals is racial and immoral?
 
Explain why Statistic tell us that income increase and two parent families go together is racist and immoral.  
 
That is what I called for so now is your turn to drop the generalization and explain yourself.
Flying Junior Added Nov 14, 2017 - 2:32am
Dr. Green,
 
I know you would like to make the republican party the choice for blacks, but you don't propose how to do that.
 
What did you think of Michael Steele as the chair of the RNC?  If you ever had the pleasure of seeing his website before Boehner and associates took it down, it was a true testament to the proud heritage of the republican party.  Granted it was mostly about the nineteenth century.  His claim that it was the party of Lincoln was backed up by bios of other prominent republicans, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass and more proud examples.  I thought it was a great way for republicans to remember their heritage.
 
The republican establishment did not share my enthusiasm.
 
Good luck.  Right now, black people are among the most faithful democrats out there.  They might have  helped Trump win by not turning out in the same numbers as they did for Obama.  Other democrats helped Trump win with their foolish hatred of HRC.  I don't think any true blue democrat voted for the demon Trump.
 
How can you support some delusional maniac who is sufficiently out-of-touch with reality to say something like, "The blacks love me?"  Cognitive dissonance.  You can be a good republican without going over to the dark side.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 14, 2017 - 5:20am
@Thomas. "Explain why Statistic tell us that income increase and two parent families go together is racist and immoral.  "
 
You say many things but you often do so without reflection. Thus, your narrative appears as a scratched record on many things.  I have often spoken to the beneficence and the sardonic nature of your words. However, I will not discredit the Jekyll and Hyde syndrome by attributing it to your penchant for doing so.  It appears there are deeply rooted reasons which appear to cause you cognitive dissonance and which you fight to control. I am glad that our exchanges will advance a cure.
 
For example, using your expressed disdain for women's right, you would say "the woman had an abortion rather than the woman had a termination of pregnancy." Its the same outcome, but one statement is morally loaded.
 
You are asking me to comment on things I did state. Anyway, the following is informative and may deflate your premise that irresponsible and loose Black women are giving it away and elevating bastardy."
 
"More than half of births to American women younger than 30 are outside marriage, research has found.
And across all ages, a staggering four in ten women are not married when they have children.

The data shows the fastest growth in the past 20 years is among white women in their 20s with some college education but no four-year degree.
 
Susan L. Brown from Bowling Green State University found that children born to married couples, on average, 'experience better education, social, cognitive and behavioral outcomes'.


 
"Explain why Welfare should get men to be part of raising of their children is races and immoral where single parent households as the result of the present welfare policies is not?" Thomas
 
I understand the question you are trying to ask in preceding, but I will not respond to scaffold you as I would my kindergarten students. I refuse because I know you are capable of transcending the sophomoric, but it appears you blunder because of lack of reflection in your attempt to score from cheap shots.
 
"Explain why Broken window policy of New York that has proven reduced illegal guns in the hand of petty criminals is racial and immoral?" Thomas
 
Broken windows was racist and in abeyance of Black's Constitutional rights. The NYC cops are now doing a great job under a mayor who stopped the policy they wanted to continue. He understands the ramification because he has a Black son.
 
Broken door policy, where police break down the door of citizens, could reduce the number of illegally modified guns in the homes of White America.  Would you support such a policy?
 
 
"So your think your community thinks Chicago Democratic government is serving the people effectively.  That is not what I get from the marchers against police brutality.  The police is an arm of the city government so they are in effect marching against the city government, those city alderman, mayor, etc. because the buck stop on them.  So firing people that let your children get killed is immoral, racial?  Are you nuts! ."
 
I cannot think for my community and I do not purport to do so. If you have been following my argument with a semblance of comprehension, you would see that I am against Blacks' undying loyalty to the Democrats. Indeed, the police is the most visible representation of our government and I applaud your astutity in that regard. 
 
Again, you let delusion that your extensive knowledge gives you the right to practice in any profession, including psychology--as shown in bold above.  As for your "nuts' comment, it shows you not even fit to be a quack psychologist.
 
 
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 14, 2017 - 6:01am
I know you would like to make the republican party the choice for blacks, but you don't propose how to do that. "Flying"
 
Simple. I will answer with a question. There is a beautiful and rich American suburban mother whose children are  taken care of by a poor brown skinned wrinkled up "illegal alien" nanny.  The nanny has her handful with taking care of the infant triplet while their mom and dad work. One day the mother brought her socialite friends over to visit.  The agitated triplets began to cry. Both mother and nanny moved towards the children. What will the visitors see in the children's response?
 
The republican establishment did not share my enthusiasm.
 
In regarding to above, I hold that WB has some illuminaries, educators, lumpen, law enforcement, professionals of various levels, and men and women of the cloth as participants.
 
"Right now, black people are among the most faithful democrats out there.  They might have  helped Trump win by not turning out in the same numbers as they did for Obama."  Other democrats helped Trump win with their foolish hatred of HRC.  I don't think any true blue democrat voted for the demon Trump." Flying
 
Right on and more so in bold. Blacks listened to some Black ministers. Obama did not pull the wool over the eyes of all Blacks.
 
How can you support some delusional maniac who is sufficiently out-of-touch with reality to say something like, "The blacks love me?"  Cognitive dissonance.  You can be a good republican without going over to the dark side. Flying
 
That "delusional maniac" committed one of the greatest feat in American political history.  I support him because "I think, therefore I am."  Consider the two scenarios. 
 
(1) All his people abandoned him because of his purulent behavior.  The last one handed him the key to the nuclear bomb and left in disgust. 
 
(2) While all his people left, Dr. Green stayed and held the key to the nuclear bomb.  
 
 
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 14, 2017 - 8:33am
Dr. Green deflection  I gave you the results of the statistics. It is the facts, no race, morals, involved.  That is what statistics do.  A simple collection of data marriage status and income.   Answer your own question, "@Thomas. "Explain why Statistic tell us that income increase and two parent families go together is racist and immoral.  ""
 
This is an opinion that no one can argue but it is based on nothing, "You say many things but you often do so without reflection. "  You can not read my mind.  I asked you to explain who those statement of mine are racist and immoral.    You can not answer that can you or rather you do not want to.  So you Deflect.
 
" disdain for women's right" was not part of my statements or part of race and immoral comment.  deflection again.  
 
You have a very low opinion of black women it appears these are your words not mine.   My comment was that welfare should support families of two parents instead of families of one parent.  Where you get this is beyond me, "loose Black women are giving it away and elevating bastardy."
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 14, 2017 - 8:45am
Dr. Green since you take offence easily I do not suggest single parent families get no welfare just that having a father present does not decrease welfare as it does under today's standards.
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 14, 2017 - 8:54am
After I got through with the fit of rage I read on.  You proved my point about welfare policy is in error.  Susan L. Brown from Bowling Green State University found that children born to married couples, on average, 'experience better education, social, cognitive and behavioral outcomes'.  So where did the racist and immoral comment come from Dr. Green  I do not see it in Brown's statement?
 
Recall that you charged me with being racist and immoral not the other way around.  Do not flip the question back.  "Explain why Welfare should get men to be part of raising of their children is races and immoral where single parent households as the result of the present welfare policies is not?" Thomas
 
Seem that you are trying to flip the question back on me.  I just took you blanket crap racist and immoral and asked you to address those word to the statement I made and broke that statement into its parts.  
 
You started it and you can not back up your crappy comments because they are crappy.  Your the racist it appears to even consider charging me.
Fred Friedman Added Nov 14, 2017 - 6:08pm
The Democrats control all of the large cities with sizable black populations and the evidence is clear for all to see; high taxes, policies unfriendly to small business, rotten public school systems run by union thugs and political hacks, high level of crime and social disorder, voter fraud, unresponsive bureaucracies, deteriorating housing stock, and more. If black people choose to support only one party they have that right, but by supporting one party they have no right to complain when the other party wins and ignores black interests. As Lyndon Johnson once said 'You dance with the girl you asked to take to the prom" Hopefully at some point blacks will reject the party that encourages victimization, self pity and entitlement.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 14, 2017 - 6:57pm
"Dr. Green since you take offence easily I do not suggest single parent families get no welfare just that having a father present does not decrease welfare as it does under today's standards." Thomas.
 
Obviously, you do not understand me. Survey WB participants regarding bolded in preceding statement and see what they say.
 
"Recall that you charged me with being racist and immoral not the other way around."  If you can show me where I called you a racist, you as stated, I will profusely apologies. That is not my style. My training causes me not to assert facts without evidence. Thus, I edge on stuff I have no proof of. I would say, "It appears that...." I do that for even avowed racists on FB.
 
It is obvious you do not understand my style of writing and I can reasonable assert you have some problem as an English as a second language speaker. Thus, we are not effectively communicating. I will say this, you are a dogged and a worthy opponent.
 
Most importantly, you are one of the main engines that let FB functions, and if I were to toss rhetorical grenades (my style) at you or disparage you (not my style) in any manner, WBers would surely (rightfully) chastise me. That speaks to the level of respect you command from your responsiveness to other people's post.s Albeit, you seems to be a dogmatist.
 
So you and I have no disagreement on principle, just on the phrasing and parsing of our narratives. You are upfront and I throw subtle jabs.
 
As for me, I am totally against the born to be Democrat practice Blacks entertain. I am, therefore, here to educate and not to execute them. 
 
As an immigrant, I see things differently from native Blacks. Blacks are not monolithic; even native Blacks differ in beliefs and practices.
The actions of Native Blacks have been informed by their experience. In my native Jamaica, I did not experience the lynching they endured here and continue to endure. The most recent one I remember was when a Blackman was dragged to his dismemberment as the back of a pickup truck.
 
Thus, no one can get me to knee jerkingly call for their execution when they commit a simple crime, while Whites call for the physiologists when Whites commit mass murder and the most heinous crimes. As a former police from my native Jamaica, I am pro law and order.
 
I hope this clears up any discrepancy regarding my position.
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 14, 2017 - 7:08pm
@Fred. While the Democrats have no exclusivity on some of the pathologies you mentioned, I agree with you on this: "If black people choose to support only one party they have that right, but by supporting one party they have no right to complain when the other party wins and ignores black interests. "
 
Indeed, president Trump does not have to employ the members of any groups that did not support him. Winners get the spoil of victory is the design of our political system. The only thing President Trump must do is to ensure the Civil Rights of the losers.
Flying Junior Added Nov 14, 2017 - 8:35pm
You have an interesting perspective.  Thank you for the considered responses.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 14, 2017 - 9:05pm
@ Junior. Pleasure. Wish I knew how to go back and edit.
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 14, 2017 - 10:59pm
Silence, you finally got it.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 15, 2017 - 4:26am
 
Terri Parke Added Nov 15, 2017 - 7:01am
One of the current issues is having responsible, current candidates on both sides of the party line.  Issues hindering Republican candidates include outdated ideas on contraception and family planning, as well as extremism.  Democrats are also working to find moderate candidates who are fiscally responsible for a plan to help with social services.  This is a two party issue.  People of all races want to feel represented by their candidates.  I’ll be interested to see who runs in local elections in my community in the coming year, as well as in national elections to represent the needs of my gender.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 15, 2017 - 1:57pm
@ Teri. Point at someone and the person to whom the thumb points back is the person fitting of the challenge.
 
"Issues hindering Republican candidates include outdated ideas on contraception and family planning, as well as extremism"
 
Them old folks are a dying off. Sadly, some of the GOP's  women are the most ardent in their ideas/beliefs.
 
Jeff Michka Added Nov 15, 2017 - 6:48pm
The Sutrino sez: I live in Illinois near Chicago so I know of a lot of republicans that loose and for the same reason they loose near New York City.-Because someone let them off their leash? Want to ask yourself why we'll never MAGA, even at $40 a chinese made hat?  Read your comments, particle.
William Stockton Added Nov 15, 2017 - 8:31pm
Good luck and wishes in your campaign Dr. Green.  Sincerely.
 
There is only one way to rescue a democrat.  One has to sell, and not to just the black community, personal responsibility as the best thing since sliced bread. 
 
Kind of a difficult task these days.  Impossible perhaps.
 
 
Jeff Michka Added Nov 16, 2017 - 4:16pm
Dr. Green notes: Thomas, as I have already stated, you are suggesting cures loaded with morally and racially loaded terms. The recipients in my community will see you as phony if that is your approach to helping.-That's all Thomas the decaying particle has to offer.  Anyone reading his screeds can tab him as a phony with plenty of partisanship and few, if any, facts or real solutions.  Face it, the Sutrino is really afraid of black people or people of color.
Jeff Michka Added Nov 16, 2017 - 7:49pm
Tubularsock sez: It is interesting to Tubularsock that you wish to use Malcolm X as a symbol but not listen to his own words.  Actually that was Dr. Green quoting TS.  I find it interesting Malcolm was mentioned at all.  I was just thinking of Malcolm X in context of the trip hammer year of 1968.  We had MLK J r., Bobby Kennedy and Malcolm X assassinated in 68.  Whew.
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 16, 2017 - 8:29pm
Jeff Michka, I am offering you to answer the Question that I asked Dr Green.  My original statement Nov 12 9:33pm.   Dr. Green said something similar to your words Nov 13 3:52pm.  So I ask to define how I was a racist and immoral for the topics in that original statement on Nov 13 5:04pm.  So please answer the list of questions in the 5:04pm response to Dr. Green.  And please do give me the fake answers Dr. Green chose.  He put his foot in his mouth multiple times.
Jeffrey Kelly Added Nov 16, 2017 - 9:16pm
@Dr. Rupert Green
”It was the Republicans who freed the enslaved Blacks”
 
Yes, they did.
 
And a hundred years later a Democratic President pushed for civil rights.
Before then a Democratic President integrated the armed forces. The Democratic President before him helped pull this country out of a depression and fought against a horrifying adversary.
 
See, Dr. Green, things change. It’s been some time since I studied such things, my focus on history shifted to Europe. But, you and I both know that the racist Democrats ran to the Republican Party because it aligned with their viewpoint. We see the seeds of modern Trumpism in Nixon and Agnew.
 
The Republican Party that freed the slaves is dead and buried. What rose from the grave spawned Trump.
 
The Republican Party of today pushes religion and patriotism to encourage people to vote against their own interests.  That is what I find so incomprehensible.  This same party hides within it shameful and radical racism and feeds on it.
 
You seem like a good man.  Why you ever became a Republican is beyond me.
Jeff Michka Added Nov 16, 2017 - 9:32pm
The Sutrino declares: After I got through with the fit of rage I read on.-Who came by and taught you how to read while you were raging. You were upset because Dr. Green saw through the thin veil of your racism, particle.  I have to agree with Jeffrey Kelly, about Dr. Green: You seem like a good man.  Why you ever became a Republican is beyond me. -I think DR. GREEN TRIED TO EXPLAIN ONCE, BUT...
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 16, 2017 - 10:03pm
The shoe fits in your mouth Jeff.  Look great.  Congratulations.  You need to get socks for Kaepernick source.
Jeffrey Kelly Added Nov 16, 2017 - 10:36pm
@Thomas Sutrina:
 
”The shoe fits in your mouth Jeff. Look great. Congratulations. You need to get socks for Kaepernick source.”
 
Funny, on one of my articles you advocated killing unarmed young black men.  You are the epitome of what I said above.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 17, 2017 - 4:57am








Good luck and wishes in your campaign Dr. Green.   Sincerely. Williams
 
Thanks, Williams. They beat the crap out of me as expected. But Jesus sent John the Baptist to pave the way. My role was that of John.
 









@ Jeff. "Face it, the Sutrino is really afraid of black people or people of color."  
 
I should take him down to Haiti to have some of those sisters clean his clock. In that case, he does not have to be hiding to go to Indonesia on those vacations where little boys and girls are had.















 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 17, 2017 - 5:01am
What is this shit with WB when you cut and paste?
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 17, 2017 - 5:20am
@ Thomas. "So I ask to define how I was a racist and immoral for the topics in that original statement on Nov 13 5:04pm. So please answer the list of questions in the 5:04pm response to Dr. Green. And please do give me the fake answers Dr. Green chose. He put his foot in his mouth multiple times."
 
I did not acquire foot in mouth disease, I merely deftly offered both of us away out to deflate your rising tension.  And as I surmised, you are not versed in writings that has rhetorical flourishes and employ literary devices such as allusion.  Still, I want you to be part of a research team I am putting together to publish scholarly research to help improve failing American schools. Look out for my next post.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 17, 2017 - 5:35am
@ Kelly. "The Republican Party of today pushes religion and patriotism to encourage people to vote against their own interests.  That is what I find so incomprehensible.  This same party hides within it shameful and radical racism and feeds on it."
 
So true. Not different from how slave masters pushed White privilege of Whiteness to poor Whites to prevent them from siding with enslaved Blacks to rise up against poverty and oppression. Thus, poor Whites woke up as hungry as Blacks, but looked in the mirror and thanked God they were not Black. I wonder if that is also the genesis of current Republicanism.
 
About 15 years ago I heard Jesse Jackson on a Black radio basically saying Blacks were born to vote Democrats and homosexuality was a priority in their community. I called him, gave him a piece of my mind and switched from the Democrats. No ideology on my part. There is a financial benefit and wisdom in playing the full participatory political card. 
 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 17, 2017 - 5:37am
@Jeff. "I have to agree with Jeffrey Kelly, about Dr. Green: You seem like a good man.  Why you ever became a Republican is beyond me. -I think DR. GREEN TRIED TO EXPLAIN ONCE, BUT...





 
Explanation to above is in preceding response.
 





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Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 17, 2017 - 5:55am
@Kelly. ”The shoe fits in your mouth Jeff. Look great. Congratulations. You need to get socks for Kaepernick source.”
Funny, on one of my articles you advocated killing unarmed young black men. You are the epitome of what I said above."
 
Don't let others goad you into becoming what you are not.  As should be know to all here, this is a body of knowledge being compiled for the future. Five hundred years from now, one of our progenies or researchers may explore it and find out if you were a bigot, a learned person, a racist, or whatever.
 
In addition, we are here a short spell, but will you fall within the footnotes of the insignificant individuals who traveled this route  (WB), or those whose memory we cherish for the joy we derived from interacting with them?  
 
I remember the Russian dude who was always talking that physics stuff about saving energy.
Bill H. Added Nov 17, 2017 - 11:43am
 
Now that it is apparent to most that Trump is turning the tables in favor of mass profits for big corporations and his own empire at the expense of the voters, especially his dedicated voter base, I suspect that the opposing party will continue winning elections at an even faster pace. Rather than bouncing back and forth between both current dysfunctional parties, hopefully voters will begin to realize that it is time to take a different direction from what we are currently being offered by either the Democrats or the Republicans. Maybe the initial answer is the formation of a new media outlet that will focus on real issues that affect everyone, not just constant 24/7 coverage of the Trump Circus's constant buffoonery, or constantly trying to defend such. We should not have to observe the constant bashing from the left on MSNBC and bashing from the right on FAUX to try and get the real story out of the mess. I suspect Trump enjoys every minute of attention he gets, either positive or negative, but I believe the best alternative is to simply ignore the fool and let him sink his own ship, which I believe the ongoing process will accomplish.
Jeff Michka Added Nov 17, 2017 - 1:58pm
Dr. Green sez: Thanks, Williams. They beat the crap out of me as expected.-Even though you're a R (for reasons stated here), I hope you'll try again. Excrement occurs.  You know...."shit happens."  Look at the Sutrino.
Jeff Michka Added Nov 17, 2017 - 2:00pm
I should take him down to Haiti to have some of those sisters clean his clock. In that case, he does not have to be hiding to go to Indonesia on those vacations where little boys and girls are had-Ah, a vision of Sutrino in "the Belly of his beast" makes me smile.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 17, 2017 - 3:29pm
@Jeff. Shame on you for positing Sutrino as an emulatable model.
Jeffrey Kelly Added Nov 17, 2017 - 3:44pm
@Dr. Rupert Green:
”About 15 years ago I heard Jesse Jackson on a Black radio basically saying Blacks were born to vote Democrats and homosexuality was a priority in their community”
 
Dr. Green, personally I’ve never liked Jesse Jackson, I found him to have a grating personality.  
 
As for homosexuals, well, it’s their life.  They are people and deserve to be treated that way but I’ve never considered them a “priority.”  I may be misunderstanding what you meant on that one.
Jeff Michka Added Nov 17, 2017 - 5:15pm
Dr. Green sez: @Jeff. Shame on you for positing Sutrino as an emulatable model.LOL  It's a hard life as a decaying subatomic particle.AND jk sez: Dr. Green, personally I’ve never liked Jesse Jackson, I found him to have a grating personality. I lost what respect I had for Jackson on the night Barack Obama was elected in 2008.  Some station went to an outdoor celebration, and Jackson was there, his tears flowing like might rivers, but not in joy over Obama's win.  In my mind, Jesse was in tears because "It shoulda been ME!! I deserved it, really."
Jeff Michka Added Nov 18, 2017 - 11:32am
Dr. Green notes: Explanation to above is in preceding response.-Thanks. 
 

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