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Rod Martin Jr says
Thanks for your answer. "Black community" refers to the commonality of race and history that a people share. I am aware that there is extreme geographical fragmentation and political diversity among Blacks.
Right on Attikos!
I vote this as the BEST answer! Perfect Attikos
we know why the poverty pimps are fighting it but at some point Blacks have to reach a stage where they feel included. Will race always be a dividing line between conservatism and national unity?
No, all unrealities erode in the clean rain of experience. The political Big Lie that keeps black Americans enslaved to one political party's power interests cannot be maintained forever.
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Great answer. I am sure that many Black families are doing the things that you suggest. I just don't think that there are enough political options.
Courtney Burke says
I pose the question from the position of not being American. I am Black with some conservative views but the only obstacle to political conservatism I see is the (perception) among most Blacks that the Republican party is a haven for racists.
I agree with your speculation in that there are many black people that didn't grow up in inner cities and were exposed to different ideas, attitudes, and most important, opportunities.
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