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Old 03-31-2009, 09:33 PM   #5
Madam Broshkina
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Well it fell down for me in the second and third paragraphs where you write:

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It was February 11th 2007 and we had just left Philadelphia, Mississippi. Ronald Reagan delivered his first major campaign speech as the Republican Party’s 1980 presidential candidate in that town. He had gone there to court good ’ol white supremacist Dixiecrats. Meryn was responding to the news from Springfield, Illinois, that Barack Obama had just announced that he was running to be elected president of the United States of America in 2008.

Like Governor Reagan before him, Senator Obama had blown the dog whistle. Unlike Reagan, though, Obama was sending a message to educated Americans—by announcing his candidacy in Abraham Lincoln’s hometown—that they should help save the Union.

I guess the people who think that people from the south are a bunch of uneducated, racist, inbred freaks will enjoy your book. For one who knows better I will not waste my time reading anymore.

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