Comments on: Republican presidential primaries leaving African American voters cold Tracking U.S. politics Wed, 16 Nov 2016 03:39:51 +0000 hourly 1 By: ddev70 Thu, 29 Mar 2012 04:58:05 +0000 Your story is silly. There is no African American, as you refer to them as,turnout in the Republican primaries becasue they all vote Democrat except for 1 or 2 percent of them.

By: Wassup Sun, 18 Mar 2012 14:54:55 +0000 What trash this article is. Is the writers agenda tipped toward Obama? What CNN exit poll. What are the ingredients of the poll. Polls are worthless because they are unscientific, flawed, are not representative of actual statistical inquirys. These slanted polls are unrepresentative in general. Reuters continued throbbing of Americans with this approach to reporting demeans the once proud name Reuters is known for. Please enough of this.

By: randyl Sun, 18 Mar 2012 00:43:29 +0000 Nope!

No such thing as African American…….
You are either American…….or not!
99% of the people in America are immigrants………at least their fore-fathers were………but the majority of us today are Americans………we all have heritages……..BUT we are Americans!……or not!

It is just another way the politicians and journalists find a way to divide us all…….and make us weak…… make us believe we have to rely on them to fight for us.
It is political garbage….and right now….none of the politicans are worthy of spitting on!

By: nieldevi Sat, 17 Mar 2012 09:22:33 +0000 Wait just a dang minute there.
When the zealot from Pennsylvania is trying help Blaaaa…k’s by taking away welfare. And the Squire from Higher up the food chain says that poor people have a safety net.
And, Patricia from Reuters pretends that it’s a level playing field for all Americans ???
Why wouldn’t there be a low turn out… the very most sinister thing in the United States is the segregation that exists without the barbed wire, but is conveniently denied by those that practice it.

By: neahkahnie Sat, 17 Mar 2012 00:02:07 +0000 Running in the auto industry’s home court in the halcyon days of the auto industry for governor and running today in the U.S. are two different stories in two different ages in two different universes.