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« on: August 10, 2012, 03:07:09 pm »

Great news for Mr. Romney.

Iowa Republicans are going to continue to generate new voters for election day.

Do you know something we don't? Roll Eyes

I know a lot of things that you don't, but that's hardly news to anyone, is it?

Contrary to Marokia's nonsensical rant, Iowa Republicans have been locating new voters and growing their sizable advantage in voter registration for months now. These voters are likely white and in any case furious at the current state of the Democratic party.

LOL, you say that as if it's something to be proud of.

Well if we can have black pride then why not white pride.


Well, honestly, if you distill the retarded, nazi, skinhead, master race rubbish, then it could just be accepted, as black pride is, as gay pride is, as aboriginal pride is.
Whites are, at least in New Zealand (and the US, and Europe), the majority. The idea of taking pride in being the member of a majority is perverse and inevitably leads to the oppression and/or mockery of minority groups.

A lot of whites use this excuse to defend a white, ethnocentric world view (why isn't there a white history month???). And this is a really good way to explain how white pride coupled alongside minority pride is really a false equivalency. It just doesn't work the same way, and he's right, it invariably leads to the majority group's oppression of minorities.
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