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Jun 27, 2013 23:00:57   #
rumitoid
 
Two laws passed by the Texist legislature and labeled "blatantly racist" by the Justice Department and rescinded by them, now have the go ahead to enacted, thanks to the SCOTUS improper, even illegal, ruling to gut the Voter's Rights Act. Congress alone has the right to any revisions or changes to that law.

One of these bills is a redisticting proposal that eliminated all minority lawmakers, dissolving their districts and putting them under white Republican state legislators. This is the similar tactic of gerrymandering that has secured the House for Republicans, even though Democrats received more overall votes.

One hundred and thirty-five proposed changes to voting regulations put forth only by Red States to restrict minority and traditional Democratic voters were challenged by the Justice Department, most of these states withdrawing their bills under simple questioning.

It is a free country only when those elected to govern respect and honor that freedom. Obviously, many Red States just want to win no matter what price to liberty. The Texist legislature is a disgrace to democracy.

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Jun 27, 2013 23:36:53   #
TheCracker
 
Yawn.

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Jun 28, 2013 00:10:54   #
rumitoid
 
Sure, racism is nothing new to you or other Republicans. You knew all along their discriminatory practices against minorities.

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Jun 28, 2013 00:28:45   #
The Dutchman
 
TheCracker wrote:
Yawn.


hemorrhoid wrote:
Sure, racism is nothing new to you or other Republicans. You knew all along their discriminatory practices against minorities.


Cracker, Looks as though this hemorrhoid can't leave well enough alone and is just trying to start some shit Eh?

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Jun 28, 2013 01:03:38   #
rumitoid
 
Lol, you guys rarely address the question. Comment on the blog: your hate for what you perceive as a "lib" is well-known. I am reporting on the reality of blatant racism by the Texist (Texas) legislature. I do not want to assume that you are attacking me instead of addressing the subject because it is indefensible and ugly discrimination being openly practiced by a Red State. Please, find some justifiable reason behind their redistricting--where all the whites kept their seats and all the minorities lost theirs--that is not "blatant racism."

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Jun 28, 2013 01:15:33   #
AuntiE Loc: 46th Least Free State
 
rumitoid wrote:
Two laws passed by the Texist legislature and labeled "blatantly racist" by the Justice Department and rescinded by them, now have the go ahead to enacted, thanks to the SCOTUS improper, even illegal, ruling to gut the Voter's Rights Act. Congress alone has the right to any revisions or changes to that law.

One of these bills is a redisticting proposal that eliminated all minority lawmakers, dissolving their districts and putting them under white Republican state legislators. This is the similar tactic of gerrymandering that has secured the House for Republicans, even though Democrats received more overall votes.

One hundred and thirty-five proposed changes to voting regulations put forth only by Red States to restrict minority and traditional Democratic voters were challenged by the Justice Department, most of these states withdrawing their bills under simple questioning.

It is a free country only when those elected to govern respect and honor that freedom. Obviously, many Red States just want to win no matter what price to liberty. The Texist legislature is a disgrace to democracy.
Two laws passed by the Texist legislature and labe... (show quote)


I am trying to figure out where Texist is.

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Jun 28, 2013 01:30:52   #
rumitoid
 
It is in the center of Racist, the district of Hate. They had to change their name from Texan to Texist in order to properly reflect their ideology.

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Jun 28, 2013 01:32:02   #
AuntiE Loc: 46th Least Free State
 
rumitoid wrote:
It is in the center of Racist, the district of Hate.


I have never heard of Texist.

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Jun 28, 2013 01:33:07   #
rumitoid
 
Used to be Texan but that did not fully represent their ideology of being Racist, so they changed it.

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Jun 28, 2013 01:35:59   #
AuntiE Loc: 46th Least Free State
 
rumitoid wrote:
Used to be Texan but that did not fully represent their ideology of being Racist, so they changed it.


Actually, it use to be Texas. An ability to spell is usually helpful.

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Jun 28, 2013 02:05:06   #
rumitoid
 
No, auntiE, they used to call themselves Texans but now they are Texists. Another none comment on the point by misdirection. Are you being purposely obstinate or just being casually Right Wing in not addressing the blog?

Can you comment of the outrage of these Texists (Texan) legislatures or just side-track?

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Jun 28, 2013 02:38:26   #
Worried for our children Loc: Massachusetts
 
rumitoid wrote:
No, auntiE, they used to call themselves Texans but now they are Texists. Another none comment on the point by misdirection. Are you being purposely obstinate or just being casually Right Wing in not addressing the blog?

Can you comment of the outrage of these Texists (Texan) legislatures or just side-track?


rumiTARD: Redistricting is the process of drawing United States electoral district boundaries, often in response to population changes 🔶=ILLEGALS/AMNESTY (seems like self defense from almost automatic votes for you and your ilk)🔶determined by the results of the decennial census.[1] In 34 states, the state legislature has primary responsibility for creating a redistricting plan, in many cases subject to approval by the state governor. To reduce the role that legislative politics might play, six states (Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, New Jersey and Washington), carry out congressional redistricting by an independent or bipartisan commission. Three states, Florida, Iowa and Maine, give independent bodies authority to propose redistricting plans, but preserve the role of legislatures to approve them. Seven states have only a single representative for the entire state because of their low populations; these are Alaska, Delaware, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont and Wyoming.

Seems like "texists", are not alone in this practice.

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Jun 28, 2013 02:43:50   #
rumitoid
 
Lol, yes, there are reasons for re-districting, but when all the whites retain their districts and all minorities lose theirs, in what, again, the Justice Department declared "blatant racism," is what it appears: racist.

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Jun 28, 2013 02:51:04   #
rumitoid
 
Gerrymandering by Red States after their defeat by Obama in 2008, of which they bragged and made public for all to read, has secured the House. Do you believe in such manuvers? Is it all just a political game, just try to outfox your opponents, or should basic American principles and ideals be the guide? Every Red State has sought to restrict voter rights, made it harder, instead of easier, to cast a vote. Do you want that in 2040 when whites are in the minority?

Republicans are doing more to undermine the ideals and principles of America with these bills on voting than an actual takeover by Socialists.

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Jun 28, 2013 03:41:29   #
Worried for our children Loc: Massachusetts
 
rumiTARD:

"Gerrymandering by Red States"
-if this was not the case, it would be refered to as a Blue State.
Are you suggesting that you Marxists are not guilt of this in the Blue States? Do you believe in such maneuvers ?

"Is it all just a political game, just try to outfox your opponents, or should basic American principles and ideals be the guide?"

- interesting word choice here, considering how many foxes you Marxists have in the henhouse . Yes they should be the guide, but principles and ideals vary from person to person, which is why I always seem to conflict with you and yours. It's tough to find a compromise between two opposing forces. What you may be ok with sacrificing (Bill of Rights), I may not be ok with doing the same.

" Every Red State has sought to restrict voter rights, made it harder, instead of easier, to cast a vote."

- Wow! You blew me away with this one. Just put the cup of kool-aid down slowly.... and back away, I hear the effects subside in about 3 1/2 years from now, for you however, based on the apparent rate of ingestion, I'll have to enlist a psychological analyst .

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