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MSNBC: Romney Campaign is Racist For Responding to Obama "Revenge" Comment

PennyCilllin Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 1:22 AM
@JoyceyWrote: You are correct that Malcolm X renounced something, but it was the American "Nation of Islam" that he renounced, after which he became a Sunni Muslim. He wrote a letter to President Truman in 1950 discussing his support of communism among other things and there is no record of him publically or privately renouncing that view. It is believed that he was assassinated by the Nation of Islam, as his public denunciation of the group and its leader for corruption and immorality caused great embarassment. Three members of the group were charged and convicted of his murder.

Last week, President Obama said "voting is the best revenge" during his closing argument. In response, Mitt Romney said people should "vote for love of country," not revenge. Now, MSNBC is actually arguing that the Romney campaign is racist for responding to Obama's "revenge" comments and that Romney is the one pushing a theme of revenge.

MSNBC's Chris Matthews, unaware that President Obama was the originator of the phrase "voting is the best revenge," accused Mitt Romney of starting it because of racial animosity.

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