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Old 09-16-2012, 08:15 PM
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Re: KKK Monument Stirs Controversy

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It's not a monument to the KKK, it is a monument to an American general.

You are stirring the racial hatred fears with your headline.
A Confederate general, not an America one.

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Confederate states of America or United States of America

He was still an American

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Re: KKK Monument Stirs Controversy

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It's not a monument to the KKK, it is a monument to an American general.

You are stirring the racial hatred fears with your headline.
I just used the headline that the article came from *shrugs* And he might be a general but is also the first Grand Wizard of the kkK

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Re: KKK Monument Stirs Controversy

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I just used the headline that the article came from *shrugs* And he might be a general but is also the first Grand Wizard of the kkK
Yeah I know, He also denounced it later.

Senator Robert Byrd (among others), a Democrat, joined the KKK in the '50's or '60's I believe, I find that more troubling than a monument to an old war.

Or, what's REALLY disturbing, is all the discrimination going on at places like this:

http://www.theroot.com/buzz/crazy-ta...de-blue-hiring

That's the stuff people need to be upset about, not about what happened a long time ago.

And the monument was not to him being in the KKK

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