Just what we need in D.C. clear answers to direct questions.

http://www.myfoxboston.com/story/18617474/2012/05/24/elizabeth-warren-stonewalling

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Calperson 3 years 36 weeks ago
#1

Poor Martin Luther King Jr. must be spinning in his grave. While Democrats didn't succeed in filibustering the Civil Rights movement they have subsequently succeeded in turning his "dream" directly upside down on its head.

We know live in a society where the color of your skin is the only thing that matters and the content of your character is entirely overlooked.

Fauxcahontas and the fact that Obama himself claimed he was from Kenya on his literary blurbs is a teachable moment for society today, and speaks to how claiming some false "minority" status can lead to expanded job opportunities.

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chuckle8 3 years 36 weeks ago
#2

Do you not know Steve Wilson and Jane Akers?

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