Diversity in the Democrat Party

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4 Responses

  1. Y Que! says:

    You shockingly left out Dr. Ben Carson, or is this just a blog for Hispanic issues?

  2. Jerry K says:

    PC-think and diversity are “code” for divide and conquer. The national motto adopted by Congress in 1782 for the Great Seal was E Pluribus Unum. Good enough for me.

  3. Daniel S. says:

    O’Malley dropped out in Iowa. The last two candidates are a woman and a Jew.
    That is pretty diverse.

    And the Democratic Party is less welcoming than the Republican Party on immigration? I’m an immigrant but I’m a citizen. If you think the Republicans are more welcoming than the Democratic Party on immigration you are ignorant of the immigration system as a whole and Republican policy.

    I sure hope you’re basing it on something more than Cruz and Rubio. Most Republican policy is on enforcement-only and deportation. There are no constructive policies on systemic solutions.

    You’re way off base. I hope this post isn’t indicative of you’re overall understanding of America’s political system.

    • Jerry K says:

      There are no constructive policies on systemic solutions.
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      So what would that be? “Comprehensive immigration reform” that is code for “do nothing.” Understand that the current model floats a lot of boats. Republicrats love low cost, docile labor for their farms and construction businesses and Democans see a potential permanent welfare class that will keep them in office for decades.

      WYSIWYG.

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