Sunday, November 11, 2012

Tribes offer hope for South Dakota Democrats in occupied Great Sioux Nation




While most in America are celebrating elections in a post-racial society, South Dakota earth haters are gloating over its white supremacist victories.

President Obama won overwhelmingly in tribal nations trapped inside occupied territory. The only white county voting for the President was Clay at 56.5%: it's home to a diverse population associated with the University of South Dakota.

Posted at Politico:

Buffalo (Mdewakanton, Ihanktonwan): B. Obama 73.6%  472

Corson (Hunkpapa): B. Obama 54.0%  647

Day (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) B. Obama 52.1%  1,497

Dewey (Cheyenne River Lakota Oyate): B. Obama 63.7%  1,207

Marshall (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate): B. Obama 53.4%  1,061

Roberts (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate): B. Obama 54.1%   2,302

Shannon (Oglala Lakota Oyate): B. Obama 93.4%   2,922

Todd (Sicangu Lakota Oyate): B. Obama 79.1%  1,976

Ziebach (Cheyenne River Lakota Oyate, Hunkpapa): B. Obama 57.7%  439

If there is any consolation for Democrats in South Dakota, Oklahoma had not a single county go for President Obama even though tribal nations within that state wield significant economic power there.

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