You couldn't stand the fact that they were Democrats so you, A). didn't mention it and B.) ended your piece with a cheap shot, B.S. swipe at Republicans.... in fact, when you introduce Tillman, you clearly suggest that he was a Republican.... which he wasn't. Am I right, Moredock? I am.....
Uuuuh... Tillman was a Democrat. Interesting how Moredock ties Tillman to the Republican party near the end of the article and then insinuates a racist Republican agenda in the conservative fight against Democratic vote buying.... The Dream Act is nothing more than the purchasing of votes by Liberals and Voter ID laws are part of reforms suggested Democrat, Jimmy Carter. These reforms that have been needed for years, enjoyed bipartisan support prior to the liberal, Dream (Latino Vote Buying Act) Act. Oliphant was also a Democrat and took every opportunity in her book to pan the political party founded specifically as the abolitionist political party. That party that Oliphant hated so much was of course the Republican party. Tillman and Oliphant are all yours, Moredock. Accept it and enjoy it.
What a bunch of tools these self-proclaimed ambassadors of the city must be.This is unbelievably annoying.
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