Literacy tests were banned in 1965 under the Voting Rights Act because of their use, most notably in the Old South, in disenfranchising minority voters.
That may have been record time pulling out the race card. JDub you need to keep your buzzer closer.
How is stating a simple fact explaining why something's relevant to the matter at hand "playing the race card"?
I constantly amused and perplexed by how much of the current right-wing mindset is proclivity to playing the victim and jumping to conclusions.
Someone mentions a racial issue, and even if its legit, they're "playing the race card!"
A ruling comes down that Phyllis Schlafly doesn't like and its "legislating from the bench!"
Its like, "OOH! OOH! WHAT CONCLUSION CAN I JUMP TO THAT HAS A MATCHING CLICHED BUZZWORD?!?!"
I'm not saying the left does no such thing, but I'm just baffled by how all of y'all's complaints can either be boiled down to machosim or whining.