Voting For Democrats

My grandmother, from Savannah Georgia, always voted Democrat. Any conversation always led back to The Great Depression.

I ask my dad, who was a loyal member of a national Trade Union. His response was simply; The Democrats are for the working man, Republicans look after the rich.

Wasn’t President Lincoln a Republican?

From a Member of the Obama Coalition

Obama is a racist without a doubt If he believes this, to feel Trump was somehow connected to election of a black president followed by election of a white President? Is this Obama’s view.

Obama’s disappointing performance as the first Black President, certainly hurt Hillary’s campaign.

What is so amazing is many Americans automatically vote Democrat, when it’s so obvious their vote is taken for granted and with no benefit received.

From elder white southerners who’s families were staunch democrats since Franklin Roosevelt.

Trade unionists who have seen their plants close, from trade agreements supported by the Democratic Party.

With our media information 90% supporting the Democrat party, it’s unlikely for Americans to know the truth. A early warning on this from our founding fathers.

Finally, the election of America’s first Black President, which I initially supported. And after 8 years to see Black America has greater, unemployment, lower wages, no prison, or effort for police education and reform.

Look around at the Black communities in most American largest cities. Are they better off after 8 years from a Black Democrat President. He was always more Democrat than black.

It’s time that many Americans rethink, those who vote straight democrat every election as if they had no choice.

You have a choice, it will be difficult to become an informed voter with most media obviously practically part of the Democratic Party.

And any conflicting opinions labeled as right wingers, racist, or Nazi’s.

Quit being the Democratic parties door mat. Make them earn your vote or vote for someone else or boycott the vote.

Jim Kirk-Wiggins (c) October 1, 2019