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Response to Texin (Reply #4)

Mon Nov 26, 2012, 12:17 PM

5. The mindset goes back to the Confederacy's basis on the subordination of non-whites.

They claimed it was the natural order and God's plan. They were traitors then and those who follow them are traitors now to the ideals of the Founding Fathers.

Thanks for the lesson on the similiarities, I knew this but has not seen it so well laid out for those unfamiliar. Good post.

I hope this gentleman is able to stop this and it proves why it is so important to vote in majorities in the House and Senate as well electing a POTUS to nominate candidates for the USSC who believe in equal rights.

If he can go far enough, eventually this may end up in the Supreme Court. They will consider an appeal by states against the reauthorized Voting Rights Act. Same mindset, different century:

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Justice/2012/1110/Voting-Rights-Act-Why-many-Southern-states-are-glad-of-Supreme-Court-case

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