The Campaign For DA

6.24.2016

We Live In A Very White Area Even For Texas

Source. Dark blue means a high concentration of whites . . . 


 Percentage white (Wise County in yellow)  . . .


27 comments:

Bear said...

Looks Like Wise is the most diverse of the surrounding counties.

But I still don't see anything wrong with the stat.

What are you trying to imply?

Anonymous said...

But I cant figure out why there is anti-Muslim sentiment in this country:

http://www.wnd.com/2016/06/muslim-child-sex-assault-suspects-back-on-streets-of-idaho/#!

Anonymous said...

BG,

You really are a horrid little racist, aren't you?

Dems and the Klan go hand in hand.

whisky O said...

And yet your white guilt lets you remain.

Anonymous said...

Hey Barry, It's a Whiter Shade of Pale.

DF Procul Harum

Anonymous said...

No one is whiter than Clay apparently!

Anonymous said...

Don't let it worry your little white guilt heart. Just blend in Dallas, Tarrant, Harris & Bexar and even Oxydol with bleacb won't brighten the resulting drab dingies.

Anonymous said...

Here's a little exercise for you. Correlate that map of whiteness with violent crime rates.

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to move back to Wise county.

Anonymous said...

who really cares?

Anonymous said...


Map is bogus, Bexar County (San Antonio) is at least 66% Hispanic.
Many border towns are 80% Hispanic or more. South Oak Cliff boasts 92% Black.

So what point is made by these knee jerk "Libtard" (GED applied for) media generated type of racist propaganda?

Does this help justify the Democrats encouragement of the violence (Mexican flag waving cowards that hit people from behind) at Trump rallies?

Should we "Old White Men" hang our head in disgrace and let our slaves go?
Should we return "Tejas" back to the Mexican people where it belongs?
Should we all hide in a bunker like Saddam Hussein?
I do not understand race baiting statistics and what logic is applied in the use?

Anonymous said...

12:23

Bexar county numbers

White 545,346 28.74%
Hispanic 1,129,340 59.51%
Black 138,115 7.28%
Asian 52,023 2.74%
Native American or Alaska Native 4,396 0.23%
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

Anonymous said...

That can't be right. What are they basing that on?

Anonymous said...

12:23

Here are the numbers for Dallas county

Race/ethnicity Count Percent
White 780,088 30.55%
Hispanic 1,009,302 39.53%
Black 568,518 22.27%
Asian 153,648 6.02%
Native American or Alaska Native 7,397 0.29%
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 1,110 0.04%


You must be related to Miss South Carolina, since you seem to be map challenged.

Anonymous said...

You are a racist. Are you not part of the White Flight from Fort Worth.

Anonymous said...

That's why I live here. Not racist. Realist

Anonymous said...

1:16

Census info.

I know, facts are so confusing.

Anonymous said...

10:11

It is Procol Harum.

If you are going DF somebody at least get their name right.

Anonymous said...



1:13 and 1:21 - you can Google, your Mom must be proud.
I was making up fictitious numbers as was this map.
The race baiting being the issue.

Hence I will refer to you and Barry as "Maptards".
Do I still need a GED?

Anonymous said...

White is right!

Anonymous said...

2:21

No....no.....

The move to WC was to eliminate any questions as to residency for the run at DA.

Please keep up with the rest of the class.

Anonymous said...

Darwinism at work.

Anonymous said...

This is not meant to be ugly, but I don't think it takes into account illegals. It just seems like the school population are at least half people of Mexican decent, whether they are here legally or not.

Anonymous said...

I have noticed though that you see a little more blacks than we used to...they'll get here.

Anonymous said...

I try not to look shocked when I see a black person at Walmart, but really it's strange.

Anonymous said...

The demographic maps demonstrate why Wise county commenters are so out of touch with the rest of the country. Inbreeding and like-minded interaction results in your unfortunate fantasy world.
I'm really glad I got out of there.

Nasreen Iqbal said...

That explains a lot about the comments on this blog.