Mekela J Tyler,
Whenever someone learns that about me, they look at me as though I have three heads. It’s funny that the political party that wants to break racial barriers continues to pigeonhole me into a category based on my race. Talk about a double standard.
I’ll tell you why I’m not a Democratic-voting liberal:
1) I refuse to support a party that funds one of the largest racial genocide groups around – aka: Planned Parenthood.
2) The black community’s problems (welfare, single-mother homes, a culture-like lifestyle of crime, etc.) within the last fifty or so years did not become an issue until most of them became liberals. I believe it was President L.B. Johnson who said, “I’ll have those n——s voting Democrat for the next 200 years.” I definitely won’t be helping him out.
3) All liberalism has taught the black community to do is continue to live as though we’re stuck in the Civil Rights Era. Newsflash, a black person has every right a white person has. They’ve taught the black community to blame one (innocent) white cop before blaming the hundreds of blacks killing each other everyday. Newsflash! Cops kill criminals everyday. Why does it only matter when a white cop kills a black person – who, by the way, has been proven to commit a crime before being killed? #blackcriminallivesmatter
4) Just because a majority of my family is liberal doesn’t mean I have to be. My parents are both conservative, but I came to conservatism on my own. I’ve learned about arguments for both conservatism and liberalism and I, for the life of me, cannot understand why anybody would want to a support liberalism. It’s socialsim with a mask on it. Ask the eastern hemisphere how that that worked out or is working out for them?