Here's one of my favorites, showing how Republicans have historically rejected identity politics and been a friend of African Americans at the same time:
Awesome. To quote Bill Hicks' comment about "COPS," it's like a sore tooth I can't stop touching!
[...] Nixon: Well if you’ve got a candidate, what we need there… Godammit Chuck, we haven’t got an Italian yet. I can’t find any…
Colson: Did Bob mention the [foreign adviser John] Scali idea to you? …Could be at the U.N.
Nixon: Instead of the black?
Colson: Instead of the black. Who the hell cares about the blacks? Scali would love the U.N. That would give you an Italian in the cabinet. At least it’s a thought. And he’s a legitimate Italian. A good Italian…
Nixon: You know, basically, we don’t owe the blacks a damn thing anyway.
Colson: Oh hell, no. As a matter of fact, I think it’s a bad signal to put a black in the Cabinet… The people that voted for us– (Laughs)
Nixon: …And after all, this pampering of blacks isn’t a good idea. I think you’ve got a good point there…
Colson: If we appoint a black in the cabinet in the second term and we didn’t have one in the first term, people are going to say, “My God, they’re moving–
Nixon: That’s right.