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I have to admit. It was so easy to click for the Europeans and good terms. I frequently stalled trying to get the negative and Africans. I guess we do have an inner racial preference, but that may be more a self-identifying instinct. I'm not sure.
I would vote for a man or a woman who reflected my views, he just hapens not to be on the same vibe on the economy as I am....but that makes me a racist, in some opinion.And thats sad, because it causes some to vote against him, just because if one does not vote for him then one is racist. make sense?
It makes no sense to contend that someone who chooses not to vote for Obama is inherently racist, not at all. Studies have shown, however, that there remains a significant racist vote that will swing entirely to McCain. It's a disgrace to the democracy so many Americans claim to cherish but it's also an ugly fact of life.
I agree the facts of life can be ugly, I cant but think that the reverse might also be in effect, some might not vote for him because to many have used the idea that just to proove someone is not racist one must vote for him, there is so much different views on this election, that I dont think anyone can predict the outcome, my opinion it will go big, one way or another, either way, when one side looses, the other side will not accept it. this might be the most divisive election we have ever seen. The one who is in power will have one hell of a bad time. I hope I am wrong.
What scares me the most is how broken our election system is. After 2000 and 2004 we have done very little to fix it.
My results showed a "moderate" preference for whites over blacks. However, I had no difference in preference between Obama and McCain.I think that no matter what people say we all have some biases. What seperates us from racists is our ability to put those biases aside and use logic and reason when making descisions.
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