Reverse Racism

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Joe Kawfi
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Obama's intentions were never to unite the country. He wanted a divided country all along so that he could spread his message of class warfare as a politcal tool, thinking that he could divide the country and use the argument to get re-elected. What a fool and moron Barrack is.

Reverse Racism

Those people of good will who want to replace the racism of the past with a post-racial society have too often overlooked the fact that there are others who instead want to put racism under new management, to have reverse discrimination as racial payback for past injustices.

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MLK Memorial

On this Sunday the MLK Memorial on the Washington Mall will be dedicated.

I urge all Georgians to watch the ceremony and take pride in this remarkable moment when a native Atlantan and Georgian is to be so honored.

Davids mom
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MLK

This is a special day for America and Georgia. It is an awesome tribute to a great American. Georgia should be proud!

kcchiefandy
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He did bring to the forefront....

...issues that needed to be addressed. Nationally, I'm not so sure but believe it was good overall, but especially in the South. I remember Dennis Rodman, who played JUCO b-ball in Kansas, saying he never thought, living w/ a white family in Kansas he'd be so accepted and never felt/saw any kind of racism. To this day (circa a 1998 or so interview) he stays in touch w/ his 'adoptive' parents. I think this is the true legacy of MLK, Jr.

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Fayetteville, GA-Kc

Is the reality of MLK's dream. . . . and many other cities in Georgia. Americans eating in the same restaurants, using the same door at the movies, etc., etc., etc. What a tribute to a giant of a man and those who walked with him. He's at the mountaintop!

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