Explaining that he kind of discovered that he was Republican due to his upbringing, he said that the massively negative effects of Lyndon Johnson’sWar on Poverty had the most impact:
This was an incentive for the man to leave the home and it’s destroyed African-American families throughout the country.
I didn’t realize it but as I started thinking about it and growing up, because as a kid going to college, you know I was all into the Democratic Party and everything; then I started realizing they helped destroy our communities and we’re supposed to be celebrating electing these people.
One of the towns in our areas, Camden, is still suffering. I want to put an end to this.