Honestly...have you ever seen a political party so centered on skin color? Is there any topic the

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Dems talk about without "racism" being a part of it? It doesn't matter is it is the high cost of housing, drug addiction, adorations or the election mess in Broward, Fl.
 
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Your reply is an example of usintg "skin color" for an answer. Do you consider all the "skin color" you posted to be radical "white supremists"?

To me, it is insulting to think all of one or other "skin colored" people fit into one category.... to all people placed into a group.
 
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Info for Goober
Public Overestimates U.S. Black and Hispanic Populations
Perceptions of the percentage of Hispanics in America have grown significantly since 1990, while perceptions of the percentage of blacks have remained steady
by Joseph Carroll
GALLUP NEWS SERVICE
PRINCETON, NJ -- The latest U.S. Census findings on the increasing diversity of America have received considerable attention this year. Americans seem to realize that the United States is a diverse nation, but recent polling suggests the public thinks the nation is more diverse than it actually is. Americans generally overestimate, to a significant degree, the percentage of the U.S. population that is either black or Hispanic. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 12.3% of the U.S. population is black, and 12.5% is Hispanic. Gallup Poll results from March 26-28, however, show that slightly less than one in 10 Americans can accurately identify that the population of either blacks or Hispanics in this country falls between 10% and 14%. The typical American estimates the percentages of blacks and Hispanics in this country to be more than twice as high as they actually are.
 
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Info for Goober
Public Overestimates U.S. Black and Hispanic Populations
Perceptions of the percentage of Hispanics in America have grown significantly since 1990, while perceptions of the percentage of blacks have remained steady
by Joseph Carroll
GALLUP NEWS SERVICE
PRINCETON, NJ -- The latest U.S. Census findings on the increasing diversity of America have received considerable attention this year. Americans seem to realize that the United States is a diverse nation, but recent polling suggests the public thinks the nation is more diverse than it actually is. Americans generally overestimate, to a significant degree, the percentage of the U.S. population that is either black or Hispanic. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 12.3% of the U.S. population is black, and 12.5% is Hispanic. Gallup Poll results from March 26-28, however, show that slightly less than one in 10 Americans can accurately identify that the population of either blacks or Hispanics in this country falls between 10% and 14%. The typical American estimates the percentages of blacks and Hispanics in this country to be more than twice as high as they actually are.

OK in a country where 25% of the population is minority, you'd expect 50-60 minorities in that picture....
 
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So what then? what I am talking about is like this; the Wash Post has said when the President awards a Freedom of medal to Elvis Presley that will show racism.
 
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Your reply is an example of usintg "skin color" for an answer. Do you consider all the "skin color" you posted to be radical "white supremists"?

To me, it is insulting to think all of one or other "skin colored" people fit into one category.... to all people placed into a group.
@goodpen

Exactly. Goober posted a cherry-picked picture of roughly a hundred people, a dozen or so of which were not white, in a country that is 75% majority white. Hence, that is a relatively normal snapshot of many places in America, and that was intended as a hit piece to stand in for an argument.
 

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