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Asians Are Conservatives but they just dont know it.

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If they know the party principles between Republican Party and Democrat Party most Asians will find out they are Conservatives and will vote Republican. Most Asians have Conservative values therefore they will find their values in common with the Republicans.

I am very familiar why most Filipinos and other Asians are Democrats by default, first of all back in the Philippines the word “Democratic” or “Democracy” sounds good with Filipinos. So when they come over here they feel at ease with the word Democrat Party because for most Filipinos it is aligned with Democracy. Then majority of Filipinos who come over here in the US they since majority of the media is Liberal they get all the news from them. This kinda brain washed them into thinking that the Republicans or Conservatives are bad and the Liberals or Democrats is the good one, s combine the two reasons when they become US citizens then obviously they register Democrats. I also discovered that most Filipinos are Politically Conservatives but they dont know it. I shared to them the Conservative principles and most of them admitted they share the same values, and then I told them Now you know you are really a Conservative and not a Liberal. I was able to enlightened them ore when I told them that the original racist party was the Democrat party,it was the Democrat party who opposed freeing the Slaves, that all KKK members were Democrats, Lincoln was a Republican who freed the slaves, those times the party of the Blacks is the Republican Party etc. Almost all Pinoy Democrats by default do not know the history. I was once one of the Democrat by default because of the Mainstream media and naive of the history, when I learned about history and the conservative principles I discovered I was a Conservative


If you actually look up the party affiliations of all of the southern “Dixiecrats,” you can see that most never even switched sides. Al Gore, Sr.? Never switched. Robert Byrd? Never switched. Bull Connor, a.k.a. the arch-nemesis of MLK, jr.? Never switched. In fact, out of all the politicians that were “Dixiecrats,” (there were 18 in total), only two ever switched. There was never a mass exodus of southern Democrats from the Democrat Party, and there’s definite proof to back up that statement. Saying they all became Republicans is the epitome of revisionist history, and it’s a shame how many people are buying it.?

By February 1854, anti-slavery Whigs had begun meeting in the upper Midwestern states to discuss the formation of a new party. One such meeting, in Wisconsin on March 20, 1854, is generally remembered as the founding meeting of the Republican Party.

In 1856 the Republican party was founded and John Fremont became the first candidate of the Republican Party for the office of President of the United States.

Democrats called them Black Republican party because the Republican was based on the abolition movement designed to help blacks Americans and free the slaves and keep them free in the Northern Territories.

Next election in 1860 cycle Lincoln won the election and the 7 states of the Confederacy in the deep south were out of the Union before Lincoln took office because they knew that the election of a Republican President meant the end of slavery in America.

The National Union Party was the temporary name used by the Republican Party for the national ticket in the 1864 presidential election which was held during the Civil War. … The party nominated incumbent President Abraham Lincoln and for Vice President Democrat Andrew Johnson, who were elected in an electoral landslide.

The difference between the Liberals (Democrats) and Conservatives (Republicans)

Republican Conservative Principles:
* Anti-Abortion or Pro-Life* Traditional family
* Maintaining the core family values that helped establish our great country
* Believes in Free market economy* Believe the role of government should be to provide people the freedom necessary to pursue their own goals.
* Individual rights or liberty
* For Lower taxes, Tax cuts
* Government money does not belong to government. It belongs to the taxpayers who worked hard for it,
and who had funds deleted from their paychecks even before they got to see them.
* As it pertains to the constitution, a conservative believes in what is called “original intent.”
* Believes in personal responsibility.
* Welfare should be for people who really need it like the homeless, etc but not for able body and young people who are lazy to work.
* Strong national defense through a strong military (Peace through Strength)
* Limited government or Smaller government for less restriction and control.
* Free enterprise (Capitalism) and limited government are the heart and soul of the Republican Party.

Democratic Party’s Liberal Principles:
Favor Taxpayer Money to Pay for Contraceptives
Favor Taxpayer Money to Pay for Abortions
Anti Military (cuts Military budget)
For big Government or more Government control
Favor Govt Socialized Healthcare
Favor welfare even to those people who are able to work, but chose not to.
Favor all kinds of Tax Increase (they believe that it is necessary to raise taxes to feed the poor, even these people can work if they want to but chose not to and instead rely on taxpayers’ money to feed them)


The Liberal Media Bias (CNN, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, CBS, PBS, AP, REUTERS, etc)

The liberal media will not report anything good done by Conservatives, most of the reports they make are nagatives towards Conservative and the Republican Party.


The Effect of the Liberal Media to new Asian immigrants in America.

The biggest advantage of the Democrat party is their Liberal Media who are constantly reporting bias, and half truth against Republicans. Many immigrants are being brainwashed into thinking that Conservatives and Republicans are not good and bunch of racists people which is actually the other way around if you know the history  slavery and emancipation.