Monday, November 14, 2016

Th plantation owner's daughter booted from the Negro Welfare League

Hot Air: At least 20 rank-and-file members, including Rep. Seth Moulton (Mass.) and Ruben Gallego (Ariz.), signed the letter over the weekend in hopes of stalling the elections, which are scheduled for Thursday, according to a copy obtained by The Washington Post. The letter comes as some Democrats are privately complaining that the party has struggled to regain power since the GOP gained control in 2010.“It is vital that our Caucus take the time to listen to the American people and learn the lessons of this difficult election in order to put our Caucus in the best position to fight the potentially dangerous agenda of President-elect Donald Trump and to have a realistic chance of taking back the House in 2018,” the letter reads.
I have little interest in the affair, being a secessionist, so my advice could be quite objective. 

 If you want to keep the union back there, then rigging elections, declaring borders null and void, and promoting government racism are not the thing to do.

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