Bill O’Reilly dares to point out the obvious.
Tag Archives: Elections
“We are shocked if Romney got any votes.”
University of Mississippi Students ‘Riot’ over Obama Reelection, Huffington Post
Whites rioting? No reports of any violence or property damage.
Just the way Democrats are likely to win in the future.
Why Hispanics Don’t Vote for Republicans, National Review
Heather Mac Donald points out that Hispanics believe in “core Democratic principles.”
95% Blacks Say Feds Should Provide Jobs, Washington Examiner
Education, the number two priority, is much less important to them.
Obama Wins Re-Election, San Francisco Chronicle
“A demographic tidal wave became a Democratic tidal wave . . . .”
Is this the end for Republican presidential politics?
“To help our country stay strong and white.”
Will the future attorney general prosecute this time?
In the final hours, a nod to the evangelicals.
Why Don’t People Vote?, The Society Pages
Whites are the most likely group not to vote because they dislike the candidates or issues.
Side-by-side with Mr. Obama.
And all but one Republican in the Deep South are white.
Barack Obama and the Paradox Behind His African American Support Base, Guardian (London)
It’s not a paradox at all.
But politicians court their votes anyway.
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. Beset by Difficulties, But Election Day Isn’t One, Christian Science Monitor
Should sail back into office despite being AWOL since June.
Columnist can’t think of a legitimate reason white men would prefer Romney.
That does it. We’re voting for Obama.
Undocumented Youth Work to Boost Latino Vote Turnout, Wall Street Journal
Illegal immigrants trying to influence the democratic process.
A curious way to refer to an “election.”
An interesting perspective on Gov. Romney’s jobs policy.
The Price of a Black President, New York Times
Author laments that black leaders are less likely to pressure a black President for handouts.
Obama Dispatches Election Lawyers ‘All Across the Country’, Washington Examiner
Also says he’ll focus on “communities of color” in his second term–the”future workforce” of America.
Romney says he cried with joy when he heard blacks would be allowed to be Mormon priests.
Pat Buchanan says “Romney alone offers a possibility of hope and change.”
Chart shows the demographic reality of American presidential politics.
And what about black prejudice towards whites?
Residents find it “disrespectful.”
They’ll live in a country where the dominant party despises them and the other ignores them.
The white vote actually matters? Really?
2012 Voters: The Deepest Racial Split Since ‘88, Washington Post
Even the Washington Post has discovered white voters.
Something else for whites to worry about.
During the debate he said he would.
“You want to do it with a great guy.”
Senior adviser says more non-whites means “improved” demographics.
The one word, go-to argument for lefties.
Congressman’s son is booted from campaign after conspiring about voter fraud.
The same, tired talking point.
If Twitter users are to be believed, yes.
Preacher of black racial consciousness welcomed heartily in Charlotte.
“Yes, I will admit that,” one man says.
“That’s, I guess, something that happens in Detroit.”
“You’re an unemployed black woman endorsing Mitt Romney. You’re voting against yourself thrice.”
The phrase “voter fraud is a felony” is apparently “racist.”
Every minority thinks it can swing the election.
The White Elephant in Romney’s Room, Huffington Post
Romney refuses to acknowledge his “white privilege.”
More thoughtful political commentary.
Nothing astonishes people more than to tell them the truth.
Projecting the 2012 Hispanic Vote, Center for Immigration Studies
The much-hyped Hispanic vote will be only about 8.9 percent of the total.