Stuart Carlson for August 26, 2016

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    Northern Redman  over 6 years ago

    California KKK leader endorses Hillary. Of course, he’s completely insane, but aren’t they all? And when will Hillary be repeatedly asked to denounce his endorsement?.

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    Happy Two Shoes  over 6 years ago

    Trump is a bigot, the White Supremacists love him.

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    Dtroutma  over 6 years ago

    No, Nate, Byrd left the Klan. Trump is their poster boy.

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    oneoldhat  over 6 years ago

    yes dtroutma byrd left when he died // did hilliary inherit isis from bho?

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    Teto85 Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Heil Drumpf!!!!

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    oneoldhat  over 6 years ago

    uncle joe how much are you offering for my oklahoma ocean beach property ? good try at rewriting history simon

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    gregorylkruse Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Lower that torch a little, will ya Bubba?

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    Larry Bunch Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Wrong party! Democrats do this!

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    Uncle Joe Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Byrd said that the death of his grandson in 1982 led him to “stop & think” about how people of all backgrounds love their children. I suspect changing times & extended time in the more diverse DC (compared to West Virginia) slowly eroded the bigotry he was raised in. The surest way to change a bigot’s mind is spending time with the people he dislikes.Why is it challenging to believe that a man can’t change his thinking over the course of 40 years? The rest of the country changed a lot from the 1940’s to the 1980s, didn’t it?“But if true, Trump doesn’t need a “mentor.” He can just apologize and you’ll all have to get over it.”Byrd didn’t simply apologize. He backed it up with actions in the Senate & elsewhere. He may have been the most prominent Democrat to oppose the Iraq invasion, which likely had something to do with his preference in 2008.

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