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    Default I am deeply concerned for our Women's future!

    The fact that Hillary is utilizing women's rights as a foundation for her political campaign is very concerning. As electing the first African American was one of Obama's major attractions to capture the Black vote, and Hillary is trying to entice women by electing the First Woman POTUS, I can only hope and pray that if she is elected it will work out better for the Nation's women than it has for the Nation's Black's who wasted their votes for Obama.

    Under Obama, Blacks Are Worse Off -- Far Worse

    All stats below refer to the American American Communities

    Poverty Levels INCREASED form 25.8% to 27.2%

    Income Levels = median income fell 9 percent between, compared to a drop of only 1 percent for whites.

    Net Worth: blacks' net worth fell from $16,600 to $11,000. This is an astonishing drop of 34 percent. The black/white "wealth-gap" has reached a 25-year high.

    Unemployment: In 2009, black unemployment was 12.7 percent, and by 2014, it had fallen to 10.1 percent. This sounds like good news until one examines the black labor force participation rate -- the percentage of blacks working or seeking work. It's the lowest since these numbers have been recorded. The drop in labor force participation was sharpest for African Americans, who saw a decline of 0.3 percentage points to 60.2 percent, the lowest rate since December of 1977.

    Home Ownership:
    have fallen six percentage points among black households -- double that among white households

    I just believe our Nation's mothers, daughters, and sisters deserve much more than empty promises...
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    I don't know where you got your numbers, but one thing for certain is that if your numbers are correct, the Republicans and right-wing, certainly didn't do anything to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post
    I don't know where you got your numbers, but one thing for certain is that if your numbers are correct, the Republicans and right-wing, certainly didn't do anything to help.
    The numbers are valid and the Republicans hands were tied as they were simply out numbered....



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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post
    I don't know where you got your numbers, but one thing for certain is that if your numbers are correct, the Republicans and right-wing, certainly didn't do anything to help.
    Classic...The "Barney Frank" defense...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post
    I don't know where you got your numbers, but one thing for certain is that if your numbers are correct, the Republicans and right-wing, certainly didn't do anything to help.
    I doubt you will find the numbers anywhere you are reading.The black population went for O and the Dems.They are all in it together and they own the results.O was the one who said Hope&Change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNiC View Post
    The numbers are valid and the Republicans hands were tied as they were simply out numbered....


    That's crap and you know it. The Republicans outnumber the Democrats, so how were their hands tied?
    The Republicans, or at least certain Republicans entire strategy has been to block the Democrats on everything.
    It hasn't just been on some things, but everything.

    I can't wait to hear your version of how the Republicans hands were tied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bville View Post
    I doubt you will find the numbers anywhere you are reading.The black population went for O and the Dems.They are all in it together and they own the results.O was the one who said Hope&Change.

    I would imagine you won't find the numbers anyplace other than the National Inquirer.

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    Facts are simply facts. Discussion won't change them and jimbo's rhetoric, most certainly, won't change them. They are facts.

    Fact is, America is much worse off than we were before electing Obama. Ask anyone in business for first-hand proof, DO NOT ask a liberal living in his mother's basement for such facts.

    The worst fact of all is that democrat sheep will follow what union workers, government employees and entitlement class folk will do. They will vote democrat without the inclusion of any possible logic. That, coupled with massive voter fraud, will insure a sheepish turnout for whomever. Whether it be Crazy Bernie, Killary or Fred Flintstone - they WILL vote their party without any rhyme or reason. Obama's second election after producing nothing proved that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post

    That's crap and you know it. The Republicans outnumber the Democrats, so how were their hands tied?
    The Republicans, or at least certain Republicans entire strategy has been to block the Democrats on everything.
    It hasn't just been on some things, but everything.

    I can't wait to hear your version of how the Republicans hands were tied.
    Nope you don't get to flip this on the Republicans.O said told the Blacks vote for me and I will make things better.That did not happen for them Obama owns that.

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    [QUOTE=jimsplace;3945802]
    I would imagine you won't find the numbers anyplace other than the National Inquirer.[/QUOT]You are entitled to your own opinion,but your not entitled to your own facts.

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    All I know is .....
    Watching a couple well known self described democrat females on national TV the other day and they said, "I would vote for O'Malley, he's cute" and both said, "it was time for the first women POTUS". This is not the first time I herd this same thing being O'Me was the gov of my state. Voting for someone because they were cute or because of their sex, glad they got their priorities in order ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post

    That's crap and you know it. The Republicans outnumber the Democrats, so how were their hands tied?
    The Republicans, or at least certain Republicans entire strategy has been to block the Democrats on everything.
    It hasn't just been on some things, but everything.

    I can't wait to hear your version of how the Republicans hands were tied.
    Sorry, Jim, read em and weep! You should ask your Dem Senator Majority Leader Harry Reid for his "version" as why there is a "do nothing congress"....the proof is here as to "who blocked who". Enjoy!

    "The president is fond of referring to the House as the ‘do-nothing Congress.’ But we have 352 reasons why it’s a ‘do-Nothing Senate.’


    "352 bills passed by the House and were sitting on Harry Reid’s desk, awaiting action.


    "98 percent of them passed with bipartisan support -- Republicans and Democrats working together to pass legislation.


    "50 percent of the bills passed unanimously, with no opposition.


    "70 percent of the bills passed with two-thirds support in the House.


    "And over 55 bills were introduced by Democrats.


    "352 bills. Why won’t Harry Reid act? These are good bills; bills that put the American people back to work, put more money in hardworking Americans pockets, help with education, and skills training.

    The American people deserve better."


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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post

    I would imagine you won't find the numbers anyplace other than the National Inquirer.
    So, when faced with facts, rather than dispute the facts with facts, you choose to attack the sources. .......
    Expected and as usual.....Very Lame!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post

    That's crap and you know it. The Republicans outnumber the Democrats, so how were their hands tied?
    The Republicans, or at least certain Republicans entire strategy has been to block the Democrats on everything.
    It hasn't just been on some things, but everything.

    I can't wait to hear your version of how the Republicans hands were tied.
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    Tommy please remove all Jimsplace quotes from your sig and don't put more back. He doesn't like it and it is against the rules. Thank you.
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