The Republicans are often called “the party of Lincoln” by their Northern supporters. We have an excellent recent example by a writer at the Peoples Press Collective (PPC) that the GOP, founded in 1855 as an openly anti-Southern party, is true to its roots. The PPC says of itself:
The mission of People’s Press Collective is to provide a forum for citizen journalism in support of three core ideas: Individual rights/personal responsibility, small/limited government, and capitalism.
Despite the Socialist-looking symbolism used by the site, these ideas sounds like they are in line with the traditional values of the Southern people, do they not? Liberty, responsibility, small government and economic freedom – these are the traditional politics of Dixie. And yet, a writer who goes by the name Rossputin, writes in a piece praising the recent Republican debate in New Hampshire:
Another thing which occurred to me during Monday’s Republican presidential debate… is that the strength of the GOP field, the quality of the debate, and the physical and philosophical diversity among the candidates, is a major positive for the Republican Party.
It’s not just the party of old white southern guys.
Question: Where do the Republicans get most of their support? Answer: From the South, the West and rural, mostly White areas of the United States (areas which are shrinking due to massive demographic change brought on primarily by unchecked Third World immigration). With that in mind, one would think that Republicans would be friendly to the traditional South and to White people in general being that they get very little support elsewhere. And yet, you can see the special hostility they have for Southern White men. This is the same bias and hatred of the “Progressive” Left. It’s pervasive throughout the US political system – a system that Uncle Sam forced on the defeated South at the point of a gun.