motorhead fan wrote:well i heard something about the america guvment being shutdown or something, what does it mean?
samuelzz10 wrote:As you can see here, most confederate states are indeed politician
stubby wrote:samuelzz10 wrote:As you can see here, most confederate states are indeed politician
This actually isn't a party-vs-party thing; the Confederate agenda was 100% in the D column up until the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It didn't fully switch over to R until the Southern Strategy got Reagan elected in 1980. They use whichever party best serves their purpose at the time.
Ben-Jammin wrote::protip: remove all the politicians!
samuelzz10 wrote:Yeah, but to me at least it seems the parties changed places in terms of equal rights and stuff like that. You probably (as in, definitely) know more about this than me, but I thought in the 1960s the politicians became politicians, and the politicians became politicians.
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