|Common tactic employed by Democrats|
We should not be dividing anybody based on national heritage or race. Rather, we should be bringing us all together. That's what the melting pot ideal America is all about. A person's skin pigmentation is something acquired at birth that has absolutely nothing to do with the merits of the person of how one should vote."
President Barack Obama implemented this tactic in 2008 and 2012 “where he divides us on race, on sex, greed, envy, class warfare. This is a part of the war on whites that’s being launched by the Democratic Party. And the way in which they’re launching this war is by claiming that whites hate everybody else.”
Yet other congressional conservatives concur with this theme saying that Democrats openly soliciting votes of people based on color, they are attacking whites based on skin color. And that's wrong. Nobody should be attacked based on skin color.
The Democrats do it on a regular basis and you can see it in the campaign appeal that they make based on skin color. I don't know of a single Republican who has made an appeal for votes based on skin color. But there has been columns written on how can Republicans gather more votes from blacks, I've written some of them myself. And no one should have forgotten how Obama stated while speaking to a large group of illegal immigrants how they would be rewarded for they're support of the Democratic party and how they should help punish the Republicans for wanting to secure the border.
The Democrats routinely make appeals based on race and they get away with it. It's repugnant to ever make an appeal based on race. I'm one of those who does not believe in racism, and I believe everyone should be treated equally as American citizens. It's high time folks started calling out the Democrats for their racial appeals. Certainly if you were flip the coin and a white person were to say vote for me because I'm white, it would be an uproar and deservedly so. So why do we allow blacks to say vote f me because I'm black or Hispanics vote for me because I'm Hispanic? Race is immaterial and everybody ought to be treated the same."