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Roy Moore's Democratic challenger recently ran an ad praising the Confederate Army:
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. Nov 13
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WTF did he do that for?
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Bowman Nov 13
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Stop tweeting this. Click bait crap.
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Apparently More Acerbic IRL Than He Thought Dame Nov 13
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Party be damned, Alabama going to Alabama.
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tough dough Nov 13
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He's in Alabama for Christ sakes! Let him run his ad. At least he's not accused of molesting kids!!
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Romulan Capt. Nov 13
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Well.. I guess the strategy is that you can't make the creepy Roy look better, so you have to make his opponents looks worse
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Lana Mac Nov 13
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He's praising a soldier, not the Confederate Army. And he put KKK terrorists in jail.
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GuiltyDogBarksFirst Nov 13
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Oh lord, here we go...trying to make black people mad so they might vote for a molester instead...wtf?
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Mark Toubin Nov 13
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That's a deceptive headline.
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Eduk8Stoke Nov 13
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Until Grant took command of Union forces, the Confederacy were in a commanding position and at one point seemed likely to win the war.
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S Elizabeth Searle Nov 13
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FWIW, he doesn't actually praise the the Confederate Army or slavery. He praises "compromise and civility." While I don't think there was much room for compromise between slavery and freedom or much cause for civility, his statement is valid. IMHO
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hollydays_ATX Nov 13
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- this headline is deliberately misleading & demonstrates you have the same amount of as . 🙄🙄🙄
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Major Beige Nov 13
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I viewed the ad. Your tweet misrepresents it. The Slate Twitter team is making some indefensible editorial decisions these days. Get your shit together.
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hollydays_ATX Nov 13
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He didn’t - is
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Churn Dash Nov 13
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The left is determined to refight the civil war. They’re spitting on the sacrifices of the dead that fought the first time. Why are they doing those?
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Sonny Nov 13
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If only he'd run an ad praising a 20th century genocidal maniac, then he'd be earn the establishment's support.
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Ed McAtee Nov 13
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Kyle Bailey Nov 13
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Stephen B. Oates. Most known for leading the failed assault on Little Round Top during the second day of the Battle of Gettysburg.
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