Introducing a new series of posts: “The More That You Know..”


I will be introducing a new series of daily posts in the same concept as The Wit OF Fred Thompson and Wisdom Of The Day: posts. They will be called “The More That You Know…” and they will be featuring historically relevant facts that show the Republican Party has always been the party that supported the rights of black Americans going back to the slave days. Over the last two years, there has been an ever-increasing amount of slanderous attacks on Republicans for being ‘racist’. It goes from the top all the way down to those of us regular everyday citizens. It is my intention to enlighten our minds as to the fact that our party has not been what the Democrats wish to project upon us… in fact, it is just the opposite. Oh, I don’t know… look up, say, Governor Wallace or perhaps Bull Connor to get some idea how recent the Democratic Party has stood on the side of white supremacy and black hate.

These posts will not be posted with respect to the date that they are written for, merely posted as I come across them. In other words, they may say something such as “On this day, December 19, 1868…” but I may post it on August 10th. Many of the people featured will be black leaders who were elected as Republicans while others will be white officials who played a pivotal role in establishing the equal rights for all regardless of color.

I hope you enjoy the informational tidbits that come with these new additions and I hope that you find them educational as well.

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2 Responses to Introducing a new series of posts: “The More That You Know..”

  1. Otis P. Driftwood says:

    Keep them coming. I love these.

    • Thanks, Otis… I have found these to be quite inspiring and help keep a cool head in the face of the non-sense that comes from the left. Eventually I have come to feel sorry for the fools on the left who spew the “republicans are racist” BS… their ignorance knows no bounds and it defines them.

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