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Wil 'Kick the Nazis off the tweeters' Wheaton
Trump: *hires racist to run campaign* Clinton: *aide is married to a dirtbag* Media: EQUIVALENT CONTROVERSY ON BOTH CAMPAIGN'S STAFF!
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Christian Sieber 29 Aug 16
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Preach it.
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Christine 29 Aug 16
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US has the media it deserves, I guess.
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Christine 29 Aug 16
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Bitchness Julie [BAN NAZIS] 29 Aug 16
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And the dirtbag is old old news.
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Jason 29 Aug 16
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yes. this exactly. ugh.
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John Corey Whaley ✊️ 29 Aug 16
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jared clark 29 Aug 16
equally as troubling as calling Robert Klansman Byrd a "friend & mentor."
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Donnie Springfield 29 Aug 16
Senator Byrd, the man who apologized repeatedly and worked tirelessly to make up for his time with the Klan?
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Donnie Springfield 29 Aug 16
Senator Byrd, the man who referred to his brief time with the Klan as an albatross around his neck?
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Donnie Springfield 29 Aug 16
Senator Byrd who was honored by the NAACP for his efforts on prevention of hate crime?
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jared clark 29 Aug 16
Brief? Debatable. But he said sorry, so i guess it's all gravy. Seems to work for most politicians.
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Donnie Springfield 29 Aug 16
See, the difference here is that Senator Byrd attempted to do right after his time with the Klan.
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jared clark 29 Aug 16
also highly debatable.
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Donnie Springfield 29 Aug 16
You can debate that the earth is flat if you want. It's all debatable-- doesn't change how facts function.
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jared clark 29 Aug 16
True, but we're not debating facts, these are opinions.
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Donnie Springfield 29 Aug 16
Are you saying Sen Byrd wasn't a supported of the Civil Rights Act?
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Donnie Springfield 29 Aug 16
Which fact are you confusing for an opinion here?
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jared clark 29 Aug 16
he filibustered the 1964 Civil Rights act.
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jared clark 29 Aug 16
Confused, I am not. Opinions are debatable when considering what is "trying to do right."
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