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American politics is in the midst of a racial realignment


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16 hours ago, spree said:

my coworker climbed over the wall, got deported 2 or 3 times.  Came back, took the test to become a US citizen, and now he's a raging Trump supporter that wants to build the wall and keep out the illegals.  Makes ZERO sense. :rip:

ahh yes, we call them ladder kickers :rip:

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18 hours ago, Rockstar said:

Point still stands. It's a racist, corrupt, and dysfunctional country which means we aren't suitable to take in immigrants. Why would immigrants even want to come here anyway? The Left makes it sound like such an awful place.

While America is a right-wing dystopia, that doesn't change the fact that we've done everything possible to make everywhere around us worse off in order to enrich ourselves.  Banana Republics are a thing because of the US.

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On 3/12/2024 at 11:14 AM, Seahorse said:

This is a lie. They say this literally every election, then it’s always 90+% black women and 80+% black men voters showing out for the Democratic Party. And I think 70+% Asian. I’m shocked y’all are continuing this BS.

And Latino isn’t a race. Many of these Latinos are white and consider themselves as such. Black and brown Latinos are clumped in with the white Latinos.

I'm not sure if they mean 25% swing for blacks as in 12% (what it was in 2020) +25% = 37%, or 12% x1.25 = 15%. But from 2016 to 2020, black vote share for Republicans went from 8% to 12%, which is a 33% increase. Still a small minority, but it could cause Democrats to struggle in close states.

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