Just to show how much they care about keeping blacks on the DemProg plantation, the WaPo has revealed the Left’s angst over the kill rate and the health problems in black communities.
From Rush Limbaugh.
This is from the “Monkey Cage” section of the Washington Post: “Blacks Die Sooner than Whites. How Many Votes Has This Cost Democrats?” This is an honest-to-God story by Dean Robinson. “Black people in the United States continue to be sicker and die sooner than whites. … [T]hey suffer from ‘excess mortality’ — that is, black deaths that would not have occurred had the death rate among blacks been the same as that among whites.”
So we have here, as now documented in the Washington Post, yet another terrible inequity that is distinctly American: The death rate inequality. So now we even need quotas when it comes to the death rate. But then this guy goes on to talk about what the biggest practical application of this news is and the biggest problem it portends. “But what are the political consequences of excess mortality among blacks?
“A new article by Javier Rodriguez, Arline Geronimus, John Bound and Danny Dorling — ‘Black lives matter: Differential mortality and the racial composition of the US electorate, 1970-2004’ — answers this question. It finds that excess mortality among blacks reduces their voting power significantly, perhaps costing Democratic candidates several elections.” You think I’m making this up? Another terrible inequality that’s distinctly American, traced right back to our founding: The death rate inequality.
The black death rate, together with the black rate of incarceration, is costing the Democrats 15% of the vote, according to this. From the article: The authors of this study, “Rodriguez and colleagues estimate that … [c]ombining excess mortality with the consequences of felon disenfranchisement, they find that about 1 in 7 blacks (15%) did not have the opportunity to vote in 2004 for one of these two reasons.” Isn’t that terrible? Democrats lost 15%!
This is all that matters — or the number one reality from the death rate inequality — is the votes it cost the Democrat Party? Democrats lost 15% of their voters because they were either dead or in jail?
……Their number one constituency group is unfairly dying prematurely and unfairly incarcerated as felons, which means they can’t vote. As the article basically sums up at the bottom: We have to control our racist police and let more blacks out of prison in order to save our democracy.
If dead people can’t vote, then how did so many of them end up on the voter registration for Dem candidates?
Evidently, the flood of
illegal aliens foreign Democrat voters isn’t compensating for all the dead black voters whom they depend on for votes.
In a rare moment of lucidity, a black Chicago activist opined about Obama: “Was it all about using us?” “Was it all about getting all the people behind you to get you in the White House?”
Bingo, muthafucka. You won the booby prize.
For decades they’ve served as pawns for the DemProgs. They go along with their race-baiting, victimology, the bigotry of low expectations, and racism against whites and their own people for not towing the Party line.
They like keeping blacks on the Democratic party plantation. It gives them a demographic to exploit while mouthing platitudes about evil rich (white) corporate owners versus the workers. The myth of the Left being for the working class and minorities has been wrung for all it’s worth. It’s part and parcel of a party that uses exploitation as a campaign pitch for a target audience; a monolithic, easily manipulated voting bloc that is all too willing to participate. As a matter of fact, the Dems readily admit that throwing the race card is simply a tactic for political gain.
Now that they’re wacking each other at an incredible rate, the Dems will have to focus on all the illegal aliens that Obama has dumped into the country.
But not to worry. The birth rate, especially of illegitimate children, should more than fill the gap left by dead black adult voters.
To all of you blacks who voted pigment over substance: How does it feel to be used?