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Re: “How Charleston's next mayor can help the city erase its stubborn color line

You're a cruel and callous dude, leemajors.

You've made it clear that you're not able (or willing) to answer the questions I've posed to you. (Yes, they are hard questions. Yes, they involve a moral dimension.)

But here is a truth you cannot escape through deflection or prevarication: For harboring -- and for proudly proclaiming -- a cruel and callous dismissal of the rights of the innocent unborn, you will surely answer to God.

Bank on it, son.

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Posted by Truth Squad on October 27, 2015 at 12:22 PM

Re: “How Charleston's next mayor can help the city erase its stubborn color line

Fortunately for you, leemajors, your mother took a more enlightened view of the matter.

Now, here's the question that inevitably follows from my linking of abortion and slavery (the two great evils of American history): Given one chance at life, leemajors, which would you prefer to be? A slave, or an aborted fetus?

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Posted by Truth Squad on October 26, 2015 at 10:30 PM

Re: “How Charleston's next mayor can help the city erase its stubborn color line

To Leemajors, kool aid drinker of the front rank (apparently):

Look up cumulative number of abortions carried out in USA since Roe v. Wade, 1973. (Compare this number to number of murders perpetrated by Hitler's Third Reich.)

Next, look up the percentage of said abortions that involved fetuses of black women.

Next, look up number of abortions carried out each year by the leading purveyor of abortion services in the USA, Planned Parenthood.

Finally, look up Margaret Sanger's writings on eugenics. (In case you didn't know, Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood.)

Once you've done all this, come back here and try to tell us all -- with a straight face -- what a noble and righteous organization Planned Parenthood happens to be....

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Posted by Truth Squad on October 26, 2015 at 5:22 PM

Re: “How Charleston's next mayor can help the city erase its stubborn color line

Tom Martin: I think you lack all sense of proportion, son. Are you seriously comparing John C. Calhoun, noted Southern statesman and former vice president of the United States, to genocidal murderers such as Hitler and Stalin?

A more apt comparison, if you wish to link the subjects of genocide and American blacks, would be between Hitler and Stalin on the one hand and Planned Parenthood on the other.

What next will you demand in that fevered way of yours? Should the City of Chicago take down its statue of the father of the Popular Sovereignty doctrine, Stephen A. Douglas?

Stop being such a ninny, Tommy. Study history. And try, if you can, to think in a more sophisticated and reasonable manner.

(Oh, one other thing: look up the definition of "statesman.")

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Posted by Truth Squad on October 24, 2015 at 10:31 AM

Re: “How Charleston's next mayor can help the city erase its stubborn color line

This article proposes an odd -- and disturbing -- approach to history: Erase the parts we find objectionable.

John C. Calhoun, the father of the nullification doctrine, is an important figure in American history. He, along with Daniel Webster and Henry Clay, formed the "Great Triumvirate" in the United States Senate. While it is likely the case that most people, today, find fault with his politics; still, one thing remains undeniable: John C. Calhoun is the pre-eminent statesman in the history of South Carolina.

Razing the statue of Calhoun is as silly as air-brushing one's former political allies out of photographs -- after they've fallen out of favor. This was a favorite technique of Josef Stalin.

The proposal put forward in this article represents a dangerous trend in America, and I surely hope the people of Charleston have the good sense to reject it.

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Posted by Truth Squad on October 23, 2015 at 5:17 PM
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