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Democratic Rep: GOP Hates Women and Diversity You Know

NOT-SYBIL Wrote: May 18, 2012 12:06 AM
ANY NATION... so stupid as to allow excessive 'diversity' upon its land... is a nation that will not last a century. This is now to be the fate of Europe... invaded over the past decade by some 40 million 'islamics' from the Middle East. This will also be the fate of America.. this century.. due to allowing two groups better suited elsewhere to instead pretend being modern day 'immigrants' when instead they are interlopers and invaders. This... shall and will.. doom America and seal it's fate.
glenbo02 Wrote: May 18, 2012 3:06 AM
not, I'm still waiting for you to tell us what you're a professor of. I asked about a week ago, have had no answer yet.
trapper1771 Wrote: May 18, 2012 12:10 AM
What did I tell you?
Cannot reason with someone who has no sense of reasoning. Do you really want to associate yourself with an animal named "not-sybil?"

Lance852 Wrote: May 18, 2012 12:15 AM
Uh, he's one of your side. He's posted here under many names for a long time.
Lance852 Wrote: May 18, 2012 12:10 AM
And Fleet Admiral Hitler, uh, Harvey is back with more progeny law talk.
NOT-SYBIL Wrote: May 18, 2012 12:07 AM
The Aerican Indians... lured into compliance by a few Turkey Dinners... suffered their fate having allowed excessive diversity to grow and multiply resulting in Indian survivors to be rounded up and place, forcibly, onto reservations (as also will be your descendants).

Yesterday on MSNBC, Democratic Rep. Gwen Moore in a discussion with host Martin Bashir, claimed the GOP is anti-woman and anti-diversity in reference to the Violence Against Women Act, which passed yesterday.

The Republican-led House on Wednesday approved in a mostly partisan 222 to 205 vote its own version of a Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act, rejecting Democratic requests to also permit a vote on the Senate-passed bill that passed in that chamber with bipartisan support. The Senate bill provides new protections for gay, immigrant, and Native American victims of domestic abuse while the House version does...