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Friday, December 17, 2010

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Anthonysgodfather

Why focus on the past? We have enough racism, hate and now violent vitriol to deal with. Palin, the Tea Baggers and her friends at Fox News need to own up to the tragedy that took place in Tucson. I cannot believe that it has come to rabid politics in a country founded on the idea of 'freedom' - though the Native Americans were raped and pillaged to do so.

Ugh.
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