Jews brought the slaves to America.

Did Jesus ever say one word against slavery?
Paul ordered slaves to obey their masters. Paul was fine with slavery, and he was the main motivator of the early church.

The Christian movement against slavery began in the early 1800's, not before that.
The Catholic Church was A OK with slavery.

You continue to demonstrate huge ignorance.

The fact is that Black people were under Jim crow until LBJ gave them the right to vote.
Republicans did not care to abolish Jim Crow, they refused to support national laws against lynching.
Republicans fought democrats in the Civil War to force the democrats to give up slavery. Republicans fought democrats under Eisenhower to force democrats to integrate schools. Republicans passed civil rights legislation in the 1960s against majority democrat opposition.
 
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There would have been NO voting rights acts without LBJ. None. LBJ had the laws written and pushed to get them passed. Goldwater, the head Republican and presidential nominee, OPPOSED the Voting Rights Act.

You are a numbskull who makes up dumb crap.
 
There would have been NO voting rights acts without LBJ. None. LBJ had the laws written and pushed to get them passed. Goldwater, the head Republican and presidential nominee, OPPOSED the Voting Rights Act.

You are a numbskull who makes up dumb crap.


After reading Shelby Steele's excellent Dec. 18 essay "American Conservatism: Of Race and Imagination" we felt compelled to respond to the popular misconception that "conservatism, for all its commitment to freedom, did not make itself the principled enemy of racism during the civil-rights era." With a little research, the actual voting record for both Houses of Congress shows that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 passed the Senate on a 73-to-27 vote. The Democratic supermajority in the Senate split their vote 46 (69%) for and 21 (31%) against. The Republicans, on the other hand, split their vote 27 for (82%) and 6 against (18%). Thus, the no vote consisted of 78% Democrats. Further, the infamous 74-day filibuster was led by the Southern Democrats, who overwhelmingly voted against the act.

An examination of the House vote shows a similar pattern. The House voted 290 to 130 in favor. Democrats split their vote 152 (61%) to 96 (39%) while Republicans split theirs 138 (80%) to 34 (20%). The no vote consisted of 74% Democrats. Clearly, the 1964 Civil Rights Act could not have been passed without the leadership of Republicans such as Everett Dirksen and the votes of Republicans.
 
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After reading Shelby Steele's excellent Dec. 18 essay "American Conservatism: Of Race and Imagination" we felt compelled to respond to the popular misconception that "conservatism, for all its commitment to freedom, did not make itself the principled enemy of racism during the civil-rights era." With a little research, the actual voting record for both Houses of Congress shows that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 passed the Senate on a 73-to-27 vote. The Democratic supermajority in the Senate split their vote 46 (69%) for and 21 (31%) against. The Republicans, on the other hand, split their vote 27 for (82%) and 6 against (18%). Thus, the no vote consisted of 78% Democrats. Further, the infamous 74-day filibuster was led by the Southern Democrats, who overwhelmingly voted against the act.

An examination of the House vote shows a similar pattern. The House voted 290 to 130 in favor. Democrats split their vote 152 (61%) to 96 (39%) while Republicans split theirs 138 (80%) to 34 (20%). The no vote consisted of 74% Democrats. Clearly, the 1964 Civil Rights Act could not have been passed without the leadership of Republicans such as Everett Dirksen and the votes of Republicans.
 
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