Oh, I see your point and that is part of the process, deny deny deny and accuse 
the accuser, which you are doing now.However, you can't deny historical facts.


      From: "authfri...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife]" 
<FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com>
 To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
 Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2016 5:34 PM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Civil War in 4 minutes
   
    


---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <mdixon.6569@...> wrote :

That is part of the con. When you get busted, you adamantly deny your 
involvement and role in the con , and point a finger of accusation at the 
person that busted you and say" it's their fault, not mine. Don't look at me, 
look at him"!
Do you truly not realize that you (and D'Souza) are doing precisely what you 
just described?


The Democrats are the party of racism. They  perpetuated slavery, set up Dread 
Scot laws , segregation and Jim Crow laws(everyone of them passed by Democratic 
legislatures and signed by Democratic governors), lynchings, the Ku Klux Klan,( 
who's founder, Nathan Bedford Forest, was a Democratic party 
delegate),eugenics, a welfare system to tear black families apart, keep them in 
ghettos and killing each other and make them dependent on their Democratic 
masters. Look at the state of the black family today and tell me they are 
better off than they were before the Great Society.
You drank the kool-aid and don't even know it.

  From: "Tom Huffman tom@... [FairfieldLife]" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com>
 To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
 Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2016 4:06 PM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Civil War in 4 minutes
 
 This is fascinating.Conservatives used to hide their racism by using code 
phrases like"states rights", but in the era of Trump it has out and proud 
completelyin the open. This despicable post is a an excellent example of 
thegenre. 



Mike Dixon mdixon.6569@... [FairfieldLife]Sunday, July 24,2016 9:19 AM 
Identifying 1980 as thebeginning of the GOP stranglehold on the Southis not 
historically accurate. It started in 1964 with Goldwater. In 1968the South went 
for George Wallace. In 1972 the South went for Nixon.Carter's 1976 victory is 
the ONLY election since 1960 in which theDemocratic candidate won a majority of 
the states in the deep South.


The *Jig* wasup for the Democrats by 1964.The party of slavery, segregation, 
JimCrow, eugenics,couldn't continue. The Supreme Court was shutting 
downsegregation. It had to revamp. The scam had to change in order to 
stayalive. Lyndon B. Johnson noted that there were more blacks registeringto 
vote in Texas than whites. He said" I have to give them something,not much, but 
enough to keep them quiet. I'll have  niggers votingDemocratic for the next two 
hundred years." He began his Great Societycampaign. He created the Welfare 
system, with welfare checks, foodstamps, section 8 housing etc. All a woman had 
to do was raise herfamily without a man. No husband, no male roll model in the 
house. Thushe recreated the *new*  slave plantation. The new massa was the 
federalgovernment with the intent of keeping it run by Democrats. Do as I sayif 
you want to keep what you've got. These benefits were also extendedto the newly 
arriving immigrants and this is the purpose of newimmigration reform, to insure 
another 10-20 million new Democraticvoters. It's all a scam for political power 
for self enrichment. Thepeople receiving these benefits rarely rise out of 
their station and gofrom one generation to the next while the Party bosses 
thrive. You everknow a politician to retire *not* significantly better ff than 
when hewas first elected? What is the state of poverty today as opposed to1964? 
About the same.
   From: "Tom Huffmantom@... [FairfieldLife]"<FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com>
 To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
 Sent: Saturday, July 23, 2016 8:44PM
 Subject: Re:[FairfieldLife] Civil War in 4 minutes

 I didn't mention itbecause that was a remnant of a Republican Party that no 
longer exists.Just like the Democratic Party, the Republicans were split 
betweenbetween Northern and Midwestern liberals and moderates (the 
truedescendents of Lincoln) on one side and conservatives on the other.Starting 
in 1964, and becoming fully realized in the Reagan years, theconservatives 
completely took over the party. Goldwater lost theelection, but he was 
enthusiastically supported by Ronald Reagan (whocampaigned for him), and like 
Goldwater Reagan opposed the 1964 CivilRights Act. The hostility expressed 
towards civil rights was a minorityopinion in the Republican Party of 1964, but 
by 1980 theGoldwater/Reagan wing completely controlled the Party and the 
NorthernRepublican party had all but disappeared (there is not a single 
GOPHouse member remaining from New England).

"Goldwater was never elected and the Republican party distancedthemselves from 
him since." Where did you get the idea that the GOP has"distanced" itself from 
Barry Goldwater? Nothing could be further fromthe truth. Goldwater inaugurated 
the movement that Reagan inherited,which then completely took over the Party. 
Far from distancingthemselves from him, Goldwater is correctly viewed as a 
founding fatherof the modern conservative movement.

"More Republicans,who were the minority party, voted for the Civil Rights Act 
thanDemocrats." Nope. Look it up. In the Senate 45 Democratsvoted for it, 
compared to 27 Republicans. In the House 153 Democratsvoted for it, compared to 
136 Republicans. However, aside from thesenumbers, the important point is that 
ALL of the Democratic No votes camefrom the South, the inheritors of the 
Southern Democratic Party of1860. This wing of the party no longer exists. It 
has been completelytaken over by Republicans, initially led by Strom Thurmond 
(anotherfamous segregationist) who switched parties in 1964.

Denying that the GOP took over what used to be the Southern DemocraticParty 
because only 1% switched parties is just silly. Very fewpoliticians formally 
switch parties. It is a rare event for ANY reason.That has nothing to do with 
the historical transformation of the Partiesthat began in 1964.



All of the examples you provide of Republican support for and 
Democraticopposition to civil rights occur well before 1980. Those 
politicalparties are dead and have been for 45 years.


Tom HuffmanSaturday, July23, 2016 8:44 PMI didn't mention itbecause that was a 
remnant of a Republican Party that no longer exists.Just like the Democratic 
Party, the Republicans were split betweenbetween Northern and Midwestern 
liberals and moderates (the truedescendents of Lincoln) on one side and 
conservatives on the other.Starting in 1964, and becoming fully realized in the 
Reagan years, theconservatives completely took over the party. Goldwater lost 
theelection, but he was enthusiastically supported by Ronald Reagan 
(whocampaigned for him), and like Goldwater Reagan opposed the 1964 CivilRights 
Act. The hostility expressed towards civil rights was a minorityopinion in the 
Republican Party of 1964, but by 1980 theGoldwater/Reagan wing completely 
controlled the Party and the NorthernRepublican party had all but disappeared 
(there is not a single GOPHouse member remaining from New England).

"Goldwater was never elected and the Republican party distancedthemselves from 
him since." Where did you get the idea that the GOP has"distanced" itself from 
Barry Goldwater? Nothing could be further fromthe truth. Goldwater inaugurated 
the movement that Reagan inherited,which then completely took over the Party. 
Far from distancingthemselves from him, Goldwater is correctly viewed as a 
founding fatherof the modern conservative movement.

"More Republicans,who were the minority party, voted for the Civil Rights Act 
thanDemocrats." Nope. Look it up. In the Senate 45 Democratsvoted for it, 
compared to 27 Republicans. In the House 153 Democratsvoted for it, compared to 
136 Republicans. However, aside from thesenumbers, the important point is that 
ALL of the Democratic No votes camefrom the South, the inheritors of the 
Southern Democratic Party of1860. This wing of the party no longer exists. It 
has been completelytaken over by Republicans, initially led by Strom Thurmond 
(anotherfamous segregationist) who switched parties in 1964.

Denying that the GOP took over what used to be the Southern DemocraticParty 
because only 1% switched parties is just silly. Very fewpoliticians formally 
switch parties. It is a rare event for ANY reason.That has nothing to do with 
the historical transformation of the Partiesthat began in 1964.

Identifying 1980 as the beginning of the GOP stranglehold on the Southis not 
historically accurate. It started in 1964 with Goldwater. In 1968the South went 
for George Wallace. In 1972 the South went for Nixon.Carter's 1976 victory is 
the ONLY election since 1960 in which theDemocratic candidate won a majority of 
the states in the deep South.

All of the examples you provide of Republican support for and 
Democraticopposition to civil rights occur well before 1980. Those 
politicalparties are dead and have been for 45 years.
Mike Dixon mdixon.6569@... [FairfieldLife]Saturday, July23, 2016 8:48 AM Of 
course you didn't mentionthat the Civil Rights Act wouldn't have passed without 
Republicansupport, nor the Voting Rights Act or Women's Suffrage . 
MoreRepublicans, who were the minority party, voted for the Civil Rights 
Actthan Democrats.Goldwater was never elected and the Republican partydistanced 
themselves from him since. George Wallace was a life longDemocrat. It's 
commonly said by Democrats that all the Southernsegregationist Democrats became 
Republicans. Dinesh D'Souza points outin his film that actually only about 1% 
of them did. The rest *died onthe vine* as Southern Democratic strategies 
changed..The south went stronglyRepublican as a result of the failed Jimmy 
Carter administration.They've been strong Republican states since, with the 
exception of twoSouthern white boys named Clinton and Gore who brought those 
states backto the Republican party.
The only thing that theRepublicans would have in common with Jefferson Davis is 
a belief in a strong tenth amendment, limitations of the federal government. 
Daviswould never have supported abolition,full civil rights and fullcitizenship 
for former slaves, Women's Suffrage, the Civil Rights Act,the Voting Rights 
Act, Federal troops enforcing integration of theLittle Rock Schools. These were 
targeted means of limiting the tenthamendment, strongly supported by 
Republicans with strong opposition byDemocrats.


   From: "Tom Huffmantom@... [FairfieldLife]"<FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com>
 To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
 Sent: Saturday, July 23, 2016 1:28AM
 Subject: Re:[FairfieldLife] Civil War in 4 minutes

 The DemocraticParty wassplit in 1860 between the Northern and Southern 
Democrats. The mainpoint of contention was the status of slavery in the 
westernterritories. The Southern Democrats wanted to ensure the right to 
ownslaves in the territories, and potential new states. The NorthernDemocrats 
wanted to leave the issue of slavery up to the residents ofthe territory. Thus, 
saying that the Democratic Party "supportedslavery" and "expansion of the slave 
states" is an accurate descriptionof the Southern Democratic Party only, the 
party of secession. However,the Northern Democrats did support enforcement of 
the Fugitive SlaveAct, though even Lincoln's record on this is mixed. The act 
was notrepealed until 1864, and it was sporadically enforced 
throughoutLincoln's first term.

Yes, the Republicans "were" the abolitionist party, with emphasis on thepast 
tense. Starting in 1964, however, the GOP underwent a profoundtransformation. 
Barry Goldwater's opposition to the 1964 Civil RightsAct resulted in the 
Republicans winning Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama,Georgia, and South 
Carolina, the first time the GOP had won the deepSouth in a Presidential 
election since Reconstruction. In 1968 the samestates mostly voted for George 
Wallace, at the time an unrepentantsegregationist. Since then, the deep South 
has been solidly Republican,with the exception of 1976 and 1992 when 2 
Democratic Southern governors(Carter and Clinton) were able to attract 
significant southern support.

The Republican Party may have began as the party of Lincoln. However,for the 
last 50 years it has been the party of Jefferson Davis.



Tom HuffmanSaturday, July23, 2016 1:28 AMThe Democratic Party wassplit in 1860 
between the Northern and Southern Democrats. The mainpoint of contention was 
the status of slavery in the westernterritories. The Southern Democrats wanted 
to ensure the right to ownslaves in the territories, and potential new states. 
The NorthernDemocrats wanted to leave the issue of slavery up to the residents 
ofthe territory. Thus, saying that the Democratic Party "supportedslavery" and 
"expansion of the slave states" is an accurate descriptionof the Southern 
Democratic Party only, the party of secession. However,the Northern Democrats 
did support enforcement of the Fugitive SlaveAct, though even Lincoln's record 
on this is mixed. The act was notrepealed until 1864, and it was sporadically 
enforced throughoutLincoln's first term.

Yes, the Republicans "were" the abolitionist party, with emphasis on thepast 
tense. Starting in 1964, however, the GOP underwent a profoundtransformation. 
Barry Goldwater's opposition to the 1964 Civil RightsAct resulted in the 
Republicans winning Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama,Georgia, and South 
Carolina, the first time the GOP had won the deepSouth in a Presidential 
election since Reconstruction. In 1968 the samestates mostly voted for George 
Wallace, at the time an unrepentantsegregationist. Since then, the deep South 
has been solidly Republican,with the exception of 1976 and 1992 when 2 
Democratic Southern governors(Carter and Clinton) were able to attract 
significant southern support.

The Republican Party may have began as the party of Lincoln. However,for the 
last 50 years it has been the party of Jefferson Davis.

Mike Dixon mdixon.6569@... [FairfieldLife]Friday, July 22,2016 7:58 PM Dinesh 
D'Souza goes much deeper into this inhis new film,"Hillary's America". The 
Republicans were the abolitionistparty and the Democrats were the party of the 
status quo, who supportedslavery and the return of runaway slaves to their 
owners and theexpansion of slave states..


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