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Elbert Lee Guillory is the senator for Louisiana District 24.

Senator Guillory recently announced he had decided to change from the Democrat party to the Republican party.

Watch and listen as he explains why he made the move that will undoubtably be demonized by the Congressional Black Caucus and other blacks still on the Dem plantation.

“Somehow it’s been forgotten that the Republican party was founded in 1854 as an abolitionist movement.”

 

Related: Senator Guillory switches parties at the @large conference.

 

 
 
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  • Claudia Smith

    Thank You For Speaking Truth.

  • RB_in_SB

    Finally, a refreshing voice of wisdom.

  • cbkitys

    Welcome Elbert! You are a breath of fresh air!

  • Steve Fair

    Why is Guillory a Republican. Same reason Artur Davis is. His political career is just about over, he’s going to lose his seat, and becoming a Republican is the ultimate hustle for black mercenary politicians. Maybe somebody should remind Uncle Elbert that David Duke was a member of the Louisiana Republican State Senate not too long ago.

    • scot_belle

      I strongly suggest that you quit drinking the liberal-socialist kool-aid, and do some serious research into the precise points that Sen. Guillory has outlined in his explanation. YOU might just be very surprised with what you discover. If however, you wish to continue with your ‘low information’ status, then be my guest. I would be the last person to try to silence your ignorance, and in fact, I will always defend your right to think any way that you wish.

      • Steve Fair

        1959, 55% of Blacks in poverty.

        Now about 25%.

        From 85 to about 2005, Blacks earning Bachelor’s degrees, more than doubled.

        Black education

        2010
        High school +: 80%
        Some college +: 44.7%
        Bachelors +: 17.3

        1966
        High school graduate: 28.5%
        4 years college: 2.3%
        5 years+ college: 1.3%

        • Prodius

          Those numbers look bogus.

          According to the US Census nearly half of all Americans fall below the poverty line. The overwhelming number of them being Caucasian (Hispanics are also Caucasians).

          • Steve Fair

            I didn’t mention anything about Caucasions Einstein. Read slowly. in 1959 over 55% of the BLACK AMERICAN community was in poverty. Today it’s about 25% Yet conservatives keep trying to tell us that we were better off under Jim Crow. And you wonder why we don’t listen to you?

    • Barrustio

      What a typical and WEAK liberal response to one strong enough to allow his conscience to guide him rather being led like sheep….and you call HIM Uncle …how quickly you forget Lincoln….shame on you sir

      • Steve Fair

        If Lincoln were alive today you rightwingers would be calling him a socialist. This Guillory clown is a straight up hustler. He’s about to lose his seat so he’s angling for a payday as Fox TV’s latest Rent A Negro.

        • Barrustio

          To be “Fair” …I’m sure you say that about ALL Black Republicans….wouldn’t want to be disloyal to your Lord and master Obama whether he be right or wrong

          • Steve Fair

            Why else would any black gleefully join a white racist party?

          • Barrustio

            The least you can do is be respectful….it’s Black….not black….I understand it’s a liberal thing like those imps at the Texas capitol yesterday….I’m sure you prefer the likes of the Kermit Gosnell’s as Obama does

          • Steve Fair

            You idiots just pull turds out of your backside and toss them. Pathetic.

          • Barrustio

            When all else fails tries the truth

          • Steve Fair

            Okay Einstein. What does President Obama have to do with Kermit Gosnell? Did George W. Bush “prefer” Seung Hui Choi, the Virginia Tech Mass murderer? They both opposed background checks for gun purchases.

          • Barrustio

            First Bush has been out of office for awhile in case you hadn’t heard. Secondly, no matter how many people support or oppose background checks it will not make a difference to those who circumvent the background check requirement…..most of whom are the criminals you should worry about. And lastly, also in case you hadn’t heard….Obama opposes ANY restrictions on late term and “born alive abortions”….basically giving license to the actions of Gosnell.

          • Steve Fair

            But Bush was IN office when Choi shot up Virginia Tech and supported unlimited gun sales with no background checks. A background check would have definitely prevented a documented psycho like Choi from getting an arsenal of automatic weapons.

          • Barrustio

            Again, Choi like any other criminal could easily circumvent the background checks process which only hinder law abiding citizens but do NOTHING to stop outlaws….so please stop trying to blame everything on Bush ….he’s gone ….been gone….why don’t you question Obama about what’s going on in Chicago, his home….. with all the killing in spite of some of the strictest gun laws in the country….explain that one Einstein

  • Steve Fair

    http://themoderatevoice.com/183263/elbert-guillorys-confused-history/ The TRUTH about Uncle Elbert Guillory. A cold-blooded hustler.

    • Prodius

      You did know that Al Gore Sr. and Democrats had most of the rights for minorities filibustered out and only passed rights for white women correct?
      It wasn’t until Nixon and Republicans with Blue Dog Democrats were most minorities rights added.
      Why is it people know so little of actual history, could it be who is teaching you that history?

      • Steve Fair

        OH BULLSHAT. I am so sick of this historical revisionism. LBJ got the damn Civl Rights and Voting Rights Act passed with the help of moderate and liberal Republicans. Northern Democrats sponsored the bills in the House and Senate. LBJ predicted that the Dems would lose the White South and much of the white working class because of it and he was right. The southern segregationists and white working class bolted the Dems to become Republicans because they felt the Dems no longer represented the interests of white supremacy. But the GOP obviously did.

        • Tim

          Haha and you think you know history. Let me give you a lesson. The blacks in this country, that were brought here by slaves, were given into slavery by their own race. They were given into slavery by their own hand. You and others like you, black and white, have know idea what freedom really is because you have never had it. Not because it was taken from you but because you have never embraced it. You have been, and until you decide to take it upon yourself, always will be enslaved by our government and your leaders who sold you out. Time to stand up for yourself and be a leader and not a mouth piece for your failed leadership. Rise up and we can all work together to again make this the greatest country in the world

          • G. Simmins

            Do you really believe all of the African brought here were “given into slavery by their own race”? Most African brought to this country were stolen from their communities, their country. Of course there were collaborators. Collaborators exist in most communities to fill their own selfish needs/wants.

            Yes, African were stolen from Africa and forced/sold into slavery. And, yes, there were African collaborators who sold some of their people to the thieves.

  • G. Simmins

    Interesting he mention A. Lincoln as the first Republican president. It was and should be publicly known that A. Lincoln did not think Blacks should hold any public office. Lincoln was not in “favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races, [applause]—that I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people…” (The Lincoln Douglas Debate)

    I suppose, though, Abe Lincoln was a man of his time