Federal Judge gives dems another “victory” for “dumbed down” voters

December 28, 2011

Which lever do I pull?

If there was any doubt about the Democrat party’s “plantation mentality” towards blacks in this country one need look no further then the following story to disavow such doubt.

The time was July, 2006 and faced with being labeled a “racist” by the left and its media allies in a volatile election year, Congresspeople of all stripes dutifully fell in line and extended the forty year old “voting rights” act that kept the feds in charge of elections in nine states.

Think about that for a minute. Four decades have passed since the act’s passing yet the left had to admit its failure. Why else the need for another 25 year extension? During the forty years since the act’s passage we saw man go the moon, the invention of the personal computer, i pads, i phones and the entire internet, but we couldn’t admit that blacks and minorities were now able to defend themselves?

Now we have this little tidbit courtesy of yet another federal judge more than happy to advance the agenda of the liberal left. From TheDailyCaller:

A U.S. District Court judge has rejected a challenge to Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 — filled when the Department of Justice barred the city of Kinston, N.C. from holding nonpartisan elections — reasoning that lack of access to party affiliation would discriminate against minority voters who otherwise wouldn’t know how to find Democratic candidates on a ballot.

And of course the ACLU weighed in:

The ACLU, which had intervened on the side of the defendants “on behalf of the North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP and six minority residents,” cheered the decision, saying it affirms the importance of protecting minority voting rights.

“The right to vote has been under attack across the country, with many states passing laws that will keep minorities, seniors and low-income residents away from the polls,” said Laughlin McDonald, director of the ACLU Voting Rights Project in a statement. “[The] decision recognizes the importance of the Voting Rights Act for protecting everyone’s right to vote.”

Herman Cain and Allen West sent the left into seizures when they openly linked openly linked the current Democrat Party of today with the plantation mentality of yesterday.

But if the Democrat party of today does not think of its black constituency as but dumb, can’t think for themselves, they just need to get in line and follow the party masters, how else do you explain its support for a lawsuit stating that if a candidate didn’t have a “D” by his/her name said minority voters wouldn’t know who to voter for?

And just how in the hell does mandating a “D”, “I”, or “R” next to a candidate’s name on the ballot protect “everyone’s right to vote”?

But the mentality of the left and the democrat party today does beg one more question:   How long will minorities in this nation allow themselves to be treated as second class citizens by a party that continually shows they think said minorities are unable to think or vote for themselves?

Are they really as dumb as the democrats treat them, or is it as Herman Cain stated: “African Americans have been brainwashed into not being open minded, not even considering a conservative point of view,”?

Why else would one group of people continue to follow a party and ideology that at its core is designed to keep them poor and begging for government scraps than lift them up to economic success and freedom of choice?

Anson Burlingame might very well end such a question with “I’m not sure are you?”

The Corner ends such with “I’m not only not sure, I’m downright confused”.


2 Responses to Federal Judge gives dems another “victory” for “dumbed down” voters

  1. anson burlingame on December 28, 2011 at 11:03 am


    And then of course there were the recent riots over obtaining basketball shoes, seemingly widespread across the country. Wonder who caused such riots??


  2. Geoff Caldwell on December 28, 2011 at 11:12 am

    Why don’t you know who caused such riots? Why it was the evil Wall Street “one percenters” of course. It certainly couldn’t be a complete breakdown in societal mores among certain sub-segments of our society now could it? No, that doesn’t fit the liberal narrative of if you’re not a one perceter you’re a “victim”.
    And I wonder why Jesse and Al weren’t out there protesting that all these poor people were being “disenfranchised” and having their “rights to buy $170 tennis shoes” infringed upon.


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