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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    What gets me is if you campaign against a black candidate, then you're considered a racist, unless that black candidate is a Conservative. (The liberals are already starting in on Herman Cain) Of course if you're liberal, you want to forget the fact that both Martin Luther King Jr. and Sr. were both conservative Republicans.

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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post
    What gets me is if you campaign against a black candidate, then you're considered a racist, unless that black candidate is a Conservative. (The liberals are already starting in on Herman Cain) Of course if you're liberal, you want to forget the fact that both Martin Luther King Jr. and Sr. were both conservative Republicans.
    Not King Sr.
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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post
    What gets me is if you campaign against a black candidate, then you're considered a racist, unless that black candidate is a Conservative. (The liberals are already starting in on Herman Cain)
    Who called you a racist for campaigning against Obama and why are projecting that experience onto an entire group of people?

    Of course if you're liberal, you want to forget the fact that both Martin Luther King Jr. and Sr. were both conservative Republicans.
    MLK Sr. was a Republican until the Civil Rights movement when the parties realigned and most racist Democrats joined the Republican Party. MLK Jr. was not a Republican and he supported democratic socialism.

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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    Not King Sr.
    BOTH of them. Here's another little shocker. You've heard of Fred Phelps? You know, the nutcase who leads the Westboro Baptist Church. Guess what: He's a registered Democrat.

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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    Quote Originally Posted by theplaydrive View Post
    Who called you a racist for campaigning against Obama and why are projecting that experience onto an entire group of people?
    all you have to do is read any Obama thread here to see it. the first rebuttal to any attack/complaint about Obama that comes out of libby mouth is "racist" or "you are only against him because he's black"
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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post
    What gets me is if you campaign against a black candidate, then you're considered a racist, unless that black candidate is a Conservative. (The liberals are already starting in on Herman Cain) Of course if you're liberal, you want to forget the fact that both Martin Luther King Jr. and Sr. were both conservative Republicans.
    King expressed sympathies toward democratic socialism.
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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    You are also aware, of course, that James Earl Ray was a Democrat.

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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post
    You are also aware, of course, that James Earl Ray was a Democrat.
    Aw shucks.
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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post
    BOTH of them. Here's another little shocker. You've heard of Fred Phelps? You know, the nutcase who leads the Westboro Baptist Church. Guess what: He's a registered Democrat.
    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post
    You are also aware, of course, that James Earl Ray was a Democrat.
    Democrat =/= liberal, especially in the early to mid part of the 20th century, and even today.
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    Re: The Tabooed N-Word

    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post
    BOTH of them.
    For more information on your misinformation, see:

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