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The Race Card Cometh Yet Again

muckitup Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 11:31 AM
Civil rights was the beginning of what we're experience today in the gay rights agenda. When rights for individual groups in our society began so did division. Freedom, liberty, and justice for all. All we did was create a subculture of entitlements for a beast that won't be satisfied, which we shouldn't be trying to placate in the first place. What I'm trying to find out, is how the gay agenda snuck in on the coattail of the anti-racist movement. I know they're somehow connected and that's how this is even surfassing. Does anyone know the connection?

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