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Harbinger08
You have the right to remain silent
07:38 PM on 01/13/2011
Hey, any of you mainstream Republicans who don't mind the idea of civil debate and compromise, if you're getting a little scared of the loonies that are trying to take over the GOP, remember there is always room over in the Democratic tent. Heck, you can even be gay, not white, working class or poor, even "another" religion, it's all ok with us.
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PatrickforO
America needs a Labor Party
02:08 AM on 01/14/2011
Like your style! Fanned and faved.
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ken607
Nothing natural about gas,nothing clean about coal
07:37 PM on 01/13/2011
friends dont let friends vote republican.
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07:30 PM on 01/13/2011
I have not seen this story on the main stream media or have I missed something?
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baileywick
07:29 PM on 01/13/2011
" ........didn't want to take a bullet for anyone." He got threats from the Tea Party. Republican threats on other Republicans. Need anyone say more?
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illini74
07:11 PM on 01/13/2011
I'm a liberal, and I find this so very sad
07:11 PM on 01/13/2011
I am sorry but this guy thinks that the threats are not racially motivated? When people use the terms "boy" and "rope", that is enough proof for me. It proves too the extremism we tolerate in our political climate. Racism has no relevance in the debate over political differences.
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woodstein76
fighting for justice
10:55 PM on 01/13/2011
Ummm...it's called denial...EXTREME denial. Being a recovering Black Republican myself (now a flaming -- in more ways than one -- liberal), I know being Black and Republican requires justifying that choice (yes, being a Black Republican is a choice) to the point of denying certain realities. One of those realities is refusing to grasp inclusive and Republican aren't synonymous.
10:18 AM on 01/16/2011
You hit it on the head! I came to that realization myself during President Obama's campaign.

http://Recovering-Republican.com
07:07 PM on 01/13/2011
Back to life back to reality. They don't love you!!!
07:06 PM on 01/13/2011
The indication of this article us propaganda. The title us well beyond the reality
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06:36 PM on 01/13/2011
Violence always escalates
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06:35 PM on 01/13/2011
Land of the Free
Free to be an untreated screaming for help schizophrenic kid
Free guns for all
Free PTSD for all!
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AMCD
Got Reality?
06:34 PM on 01/13/2011
Amazing. Republicans afraid of Republicans. That tells me all I need to know about Conservatives.
Oh, I'm sure there are some honorable decent people who are Conservatives, but they are far outweighed by those that use threatening language to get their way.
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OldCowboy
Against stupidity the Gods contend in vain.
06:01 PM on 01/13/2011
And the Tea Party claims they're not racist. They get this week's Pants On Fire award.
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JBDenver
I got my Nobel Peace Prize. Let's fight!
05:53 PM on 01/13/2011
In a related story:

On December 12, 2008 the Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, pastored by the Reverend Jeremiah Wright and the church of President Obama, was fire-bombed, causing 1 million dollars in damage. It is believed to be the work of conservative activists.

Oh! That's right! It was Sarah Palin's church in Wasilla, Alaska that was fire bombed. My mistake.

Hmm....funny how little press coverage that received.
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IsyFleur
Om, Shanti, Shanti, Shanti. ॐ
05:52 PM on 01/13/2011
" Miller signaled on Wednesday he feared the polarization he'd experienced in Arizona state politics would extend beyond incendiary rhetoric.
"We don't have to agree but we have to respect each other," said Miller of his fellow Republicans. "I just saw that respect chipping away, and when you lose that respect, that's where violence occurs." "
It is good to know that many Republicans in Arizona agree with Dupnik - quite a few, actually, otherwise he would not have been repeatedly re-elected.