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Al Sharpton - Tawana Brawley

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No I think I'll do it right here if you don't mind.

Charles Stuart killed his wife, blamed a black dude and killed himself when shit hit the fan

Susan Smith killed her kid and blamed a black dude while trying to kill herself. Where's that OP?

 

Are you asking me why I didn't write about it or asking me my thoughts on it? I am happy to give you any opinions I have.

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Yeah I'd like your opinion of why this particular thing caused you such outrage enough to write a thread about it when the examples I listed are way worse.

Other than the fact that you're a hypocrite:

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Yeah I'd like your opinion of why this particular thing caused you such outrage enough to write a thread about it when the examples I listed are way worse.

Other than the fact that you're a hypocrite.

 

nice name calling.... Also, I noticed you brought race into the discussion. Not sure why. Strange.

 

 

Anyways, I read the Al Sharpton thing last week as the NYTimes published it a few weeks ago. While the other cases you mentioned are definitely much worse, they hadn't been brought up in the media lately so they weren't anywhere in my recent memory.

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Also I'd like to hear your opinion on why this:

 

Zod will speak on black family structure in a heartbeat. He is an expert on the black home.But you ask him to speak on black ecomonics or comment on why blacks shouldnt rely on whites for jobs and he's got nothing to say. Just totally dodges the question.The people on stormfront attack the black family a lot too.

is worse than this:

I'd say GS and SZ would be in full support of a white-free America.

  

Or you can be Kamau Kambon and call for the extermination of all white people! But he's a black man. It's ok to say things like that.

 

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They are all pretty ignorant. I hadn't seen that. I will be sure yourmomslover is dealt with, thanks.

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Not sure. He was found guilty in civil court for it. I am sure there should be records out there.

 

Its really not hard to believe though, given the fact that to this day Sharpton still says something happened when everyone knows the actual truth.

 

Sharpton was found guilty in civil court? I was just a kid when this happened. I guess we can argue back and forth about this, and to be clear I am not a big fan of Al Sharpton, though he seems to have bettered himself somewhat.

 

While there are certainly fraudulent cases out there, I personally would rather focus on the real ones.

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Sharpton was found guilty in civil court?

 

Yeah, he had to pay 65 grand to the people he accused.

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Also I'd like to hear your opinion on why this:

is worse than this:

What's wrong with any of those comments?

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Cam isn't immune to bad decisions.  We know this.

 

Still our QB of the future. 

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