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Cummings points out that 40% of postal employees are women, while another 40% are also minorities, to make his inane point.
Maybe Rep. Cummings forgot that under Obama and Democrat economic policies, unemployment for both women and blacks are up. Black unemployment has increased from 12.7% to 13.8%, while unemployment for women has increased from 6.9% to 7.8%. This doesn't even take into account the 1.2 million blacks and 500 thousand women who have dropped out of the workforce completely.
Cummings and the Congressional Black Caucus have sold their souls, playing "Step an' Fetchit" to their white Democrat plantation leaders. They use the race and gender cards to keep blacks and women roiled up in a state of victimhood, blaming whites and conservatives for perceived wrongs, while all the time, their actual conditions have been perpetuated by a Democrat Party, supported by the "Chicken George" blacks of the CBC, whose job it is to convince "Kunta Kinte" that breaking their chains and escaping their servitude to the Slave Masters of the Democrat Party is akin to suicide.
It was President Lyndon Johnson who, after passage of the 1964 Civil Right Act, (which would not have happened without strong Republican support, both in the final vote, and to break a filibuster by Democrats, led by Robert C. Byrd) pushed for the Great Society legislation. Upon passage of the bill, which led to the greatest expansion of the Welfare State in our history, and has led to multi-generational welfare families, Johnson said
Elijah Cummings and others like him are the "house" slaves who perpetuate the myth of a kind, benevolent Democrat slave master, while they eat high on the hog, tossing their slave brethren scraps, convincing them that their freedom is just around the corner.
WHICH REP. SAYS NIXING SATURDAY MAIL DELIVERY WILL HURT MINORITIES AND SINGLE MOTHERS?
Feb. 9, 2013 7:48pm Erica Ritz
After the United States Postal Service announced that it intends to stop delivering mail on Saturdays in an effort to cut costs beginning this August, many praised it as a relatively straightforward way to save roughly $2 billion a year.
Some lamented the inconvenience of the change and others were alarmed at what that means for post office employees. Not many, though, tied the matter to race or gender.
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