But then you have the biggest ratbag in the US Congress racial baiting again for political purposes:
The numbers are the numbers. Near 100% voting from any group makes the larger point I was making, that its not uncommon for a group to look at a set of issues in near lock-step alignment. Which was the point I was addressing that said that it was wrong to assume the african-american community was of one mind on these issues.
My point about mormons was to illustrate that it was widely believed and reported that mormons would vote in lock-step for Romney. And he did well with them. but more than 25 points worse than Obama did with blacks.
Just trying to demonstrate that minority groups can align around an issue, but blacks seem to achieve unusual alignment on high profile issues for a group.
Don't like the mormon example? No Problem. Pick any other issue and compare the alignment of an affected group? Immigration Reform? Look at the large number of hispanics who don't support it. Find any issue affecting a group of americans, and nothing will come close to achieving the group-think enjoyed by the democrat party with african-americans. Not gays and gay marriage. Not uninsured americans and Obamacare. Not the unemployed and extending unemployment insurance.......Not even close.
Explain it any way you want to, but the numbers support my point, even at 93%.
I don't see how you make that argument beyond "the verdict was correct given both the relevant law and the failure of the prosecution to prove it's case." I agree that the not guilty verdict was technically correct under the circumstances, but calling this a win of any sort seems like a rather thoughtless point of view. Who won here? What adversary has been overcome? What has been achieved? How, in any way, is anyone involved with this case or the American people as a whole better off now than they were before all of this happened?
No. This verdict was not a win for American Justice. This verdict was not a win for anyone. It's just another piece of a sad story about people's lives being ruined.