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Re: By the way, the modern Republican party was born out of racism
Originally Posted by khayos
Okay, I see how you'd interpret the racist bit because they opposed the civil rights movement; interesting wording though...
The society opposed aspects of the civil rights movement in the 1960s because of its concerns that the movement had communists in important positions. The society opposed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, saying it was in violation of the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and overstepped the rights of individual states to enact laws regarding civil rights.
Ok i have to go back to kicking azz in chess against the computer. I have to stay sharp to keep up with you guys.
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Yeah, if they're conservatives then they probably want McCain gone... lots of conservative groups have been questioning Palin and the McCain support now. They viewed her as farther to the right and are trying to oust McCain with JD Hayworth. It's been sounding like she wants to go more centrist than she's been portrayed so far, especially hooking up with the Tea Parties (which really are more centrist as they draw in fiscally-conservative independents).