Cochran sought ‘deadbeat’ votes

Published 12:05 am Sunday, July 6, 2014

I wish to set the record straight on a certain matter; the media has made much in recent days about how incumbent U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran “reached out to black voters” in an attempt to draw Democrats into the Republican primary to vote for himself and ultimately nominate him the Republican candidate for the general election in November.

What Senator Cochran’s campaign really did was to “dredge the ghettos” in order to scrounge as many “deadbeat” votes as he could, fearing — and rightly so — that his support within his own party was insufficient to carry him through the primary.

Just like all white people are not alike, some are contributing members of their communities, while others are, to put it bluntly, social and economic parasites.

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It is just these “parasite” votes that Senator Cochran courted in the primary.

Liberals, including the aptly named Natchez Democrat, like to consider the world in terms of black and white, and pit the two races against each other for the sake of advancing the dubious liberal agenda.

What the world really consists of are producers and parasites of all races, and it’s these parasites that are courted by, and drawn to, the Democratic Party.

The idea is to avoid having to work for a living, and, to some extent, avoid accountability for their misbehavior.

So, to credit Senator Cochran for “reaching out…” is erroneous; many respectable black people would never consider supporting him.

Indeed, to lump all black people into the same voter pool is itself racist. What the senator did is what liberals always do:  endeavor to purchase parasite votes with money that rightfully belongs to the people who earned it.

Keith Schepers

Natchez resident