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  •  The Republicans who spoke at this convention. (1+ / 0-)
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    wishingwell

    Every one of them.
    Where are they?
    Thy are to be held accountable for not standing up like McCain did  to the woman who verbally attacked Barack Obama at McCain's rally when McCain said - "no ma'am Barack Obama is a good family man".
    If these Republicans - including Paul, Cruz, Romney, etc don't speak out to educate these people it means that they will use their racism in future political races to access the "power" of agreeing with the deep rooted fear and cowardly racist viciousness of these people.
    THESE YOUNG PEOPLE ARE SADLY IN DANGEROUS DENIAL OVER HISTORY.
    And if the Republican Party does not hold these racist people accountable, their candidates should be attacked in all future political races for pandering to this shit.

    Finally people have gotten sick and tired of being had and taken for idiots. Mikhail Gorbachev

    by eve on Sat Mar 16, 2013 at 07:39:30 AM PDT

    •  Yes ! Every journalist and reporter should ask (1+ / 0-)
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      the main speakers at CPAC about this and ask them if they defend these comments.  Every damn one of them from Perry to Mitt to Palin and the rest should be asked this question. Every network should cover this and when they appear on all the talk shows like Sunday shows, they should be asked to address this in detail and put them in the position to defend it or rebuke it.

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      by wishingwell on Sat Mar 16, 2013 at 09:03:14 AM PDT

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