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I have always known the the Focus on the Family group was conservative, but I didn't know they were choosing to act as a surrogate for the Ku Klux Klan. There is absolutely NOTHING funny about this.
At least the racism is right out there on the table for all to see in the light of day. Values Voters?! KKK values, apparently. Make no mistake about who these people are.
Take mercy on these poor bastards and explain what satire is so there won't be any more embarrasing acts like this.
Sadly, the modern-day version of the party of Abraham Lincoln has come full circle to revert to selling racism in a box for $10. Pathetic.
equals no story. Two nobodies selling a gag gift equals front page on StarTribune.com. Interesting.
Like it or not, people have First Amendment rights.
Is on the same level as the Cleveland Indians baseball team logo except society seems to have accepted it when it comes to our native americans. I shudder when I see that on a cap and worse when I see a black baseball player wearing it.
They can't find anything concrete that's wrong with Obama -- no smoking gun, so to speak -- so they resort to this garbage. I would be embarrassed to be a Republican if this is an example of what they're like. Most of them are clueless as to what real life is like.
I've always said that if this country is to be attacked by an enemy, it will be by domestic nuts like this, not foreign. Think Timothy McVeigh.
I have never understood why debasing another person makes one feel good about yourself? Are you saying your supporters are nothing but moronic racists....or is that just the segment you wish to appeal to?
Dems wish Obama would "hit back" But do you want our candidate to roll in this gutter?
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